Automation and remote monitoring of Sulawesi shrimps? How does it work and how can it be beneficial? Damiano, an Italian aquarist now living in Thailand, shares his experience with us.
Our website is growing and so are our activities. It is therefore not easy to summarize the essentials about Sulawesi Keepers with a few paragraphs.
Our Sulawesi Keepers Global Survey was announced exactly one year ago and here we bring you the first results. Who keeps Sulawesi shrimps, snails, crabs and fish? Which species is the most popular?
You can be a part of our visits to schools and create the educational materials with us! We are looking for photos or drawings of fish, shrimps, snails and crabs of Lake Poso.
We have started a collaboration with Institut Mosintuwu to spread knowledge about Lake Poso endemic fauna to schools and local communities.
Many aquarists support conservation breeding by deliberately selecting endangered species for their aquariums and actively participating in conservation breeding programs. These programs can vary greatly in form. What is expected of you when you join?
Two species of Pterygoplichthys already established self-sustaining populations in Indonesia. Their negative impact on native fauna and entire ecosystem is well known. Read more about risks and potential for further spread…
Our website is translated into Dutch! Dissemination of information is an important part of our work. Now we can reach more people and make our content more accessible.
"Exploring Freshwater Biodiversity" webinar was held in collaboration between Sulawesi Keepers and the Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Sulawesi and was attended by more than 100 participants.
Looking for some Sulawesi shrimp breeding tips and tricks? Having trouble or just want to read how others are doing it? Peter Baert from Belgium is ready to share his experience.