OATA, the Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association, was set up in 1991 and throughout that time have represented the whole aquatic industry – from importers, manufacturers and wholesalers to retailers and pond and aquarium consultants.
Although rare occurrences, there have been a number of incidents reported worldwide involving people who keep marine reef aquariums having been poisoned by palytoxin. This information leaflet aims to provide guidance on what palytoxin is and what measures and precautions marine reef aquarists should take whenever they are handling marine animals.
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