Finally, spawning!! Yaeyama District Coral Regeneration Project

Since 2020, we have been engaged in coral regeneration activities through sexual reproduction in the Yaeyama area. For the first time since our council began supporting this initiative, we have confirmed the spawning of corals propagated through sexual reproduction.

This spawning event holds significant importance for future coral regeneration. The cycle of seed production → intermediate cultivation → transplantation is crucial for ensuring the reliable production of seedlings, unaffected by environmental conditions. In complete aquaculture through sexual reproduction, we assist in this cycle.
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Spawning → larvae → settlement (seedlings) is a particularly important point in seed production. This spawning event marks a crucial step in preserving the genetic diversity of corals and passing it on to the next generation.

Our council will continue to support sexual reproduction and coral regeneration efforts to restore the coral forests.

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