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Welcome to SYNGBIO.ORG!

This website is a community resource and news blog for researchers of pipefishes, seahorses and seadragons.
For information on the Syngnathid Biology International Symposium SYNGBIO click here

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Attendees of the 1St International Syngnathid Biology Symposium in Fiskebäckskil, Sweden April 2011



Syngnathid researchers team up with facebook!
Welcome to the 21st century! You can now follow the most up-to-date announcements and join fellow syngnathid researchers in discussions on facebook.

Details: The Syngnathid Research Forum:
A community for people to discuss their research on seahorses, pipefishes, seadragons, and other syngnathids. link
updated July 17, 2011


In the News
Dr. Keith Martin-Smith’s research on seadragons from the Journal of Fish Biology, special issue on Syngnathid Biology is featured in an online photo journal of BBC Nature: Checkout BBC Nature for photos and more information.
 updated July 17, 2011


Conference: Husbandry, Management and Conservation of Syngnathids. Nov 2-4th 2011
is an upcoming symposium held at the Shedd aquarium, Chicago.
The symposium will include keynote talks, presentations and workshops on a wide range of topics, including conservation and sustainability, breeding and population management, nutrition, medical care, exhibit design and management, and legislation and trade. As with previous symposia in this series, we aim to include a mix of expertise from aquariums, aquaculture, academia and conservation organizations. There will be a combination of invited speakers and talks selected by a program committee from abstracts submitted. We also plan to publish peer-reviewed proceedings.
The submission deadline is June 22, 2011.
Organizers: Shedd Aquarium, Project Seahorse, Monterey Bay Aquarium and Zoological Society of London
updated May 16, 2011


Special Issue of Journal of Fish Biology.The biology of syngnathids: pipefishes, seadragons, and seahorses
The June 2011 special issue of Journal of Fish Biology edited by Ingrid Ahnesjö is out now. Review articles on sexual signaling, reproductive endocrinology, genetics and genomics, evolutionary origins, and conservation and management of syngnathids are included in this issue as well as many original research papers and brief communications.
updated July 17, 2011


First International Symposium of Syngnathid Biology (SYNGBIO)
Thanks to all that made the in Fiskebäckskil Sweden a smashing success! Special thanks to our invited speakers and our sponsors the Nordic Marine Academy. For more details concerning the details and program of SYNGBIO 2011 click here
updated May 16, 2011

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