Cloverleaf Aquatics Products Definition (Part 1) The purpose of this definition is to define the term “aquatic” and what constitutes a “product”.
The definition includes a wide range of aquatic organisms including fish, crustaceans, invertebrates, mollusks, worms, moths, spiders, snails, frogs, turtles, manta rays, snappers, crabs, moles, worms and more.
There are a number of definitions used in the aquarium industry and they can vary in detail and scope depending on the definition used.
The definition can be applied in a number or different ways, but the key points are:The aquatic product includes a biological product and an aquatic resource, such as an aquatic plant, a habitat or a natural environment.
The aquatic resource includes a natural ecosystem, water, atmosphere or environment.
Products such as plants, aquatic animals, ecosystems, habitats, and habitats of animals can be identified by the name of the species of fish or aquatic animal that produce the aquatic resource.
Cloverleaf products may be defined as any aquatic product produced by a member of the genus Chrysotile, from which a range of species of the same species are derived.
The term “Aquatic” is often used interchangeably with “Ascorbic” or “Aqua”.
This means the aquatic product contains water, nutrients, chemicals, or a combination of those elements that are commonly associated with the aquatic environment.
Some products are not considered to be aquatic and may be referred to as “non-aquatic”.
The term “non aquatic” has a different meaning depending on whether the product is a non-aquarium product or a commercial product.
The following are some examples of non- aquatic products:Aquarium products made from coral reefs, clams, shellfish, or other coral speciesThe production of coral products from shellfish or other coralsA coral reef product, which is produced from an aquaria, that has a mineral content that is less than 1.5% of the total weightThe production from the body of a shellfish (including the shell of a freshwater fish, a saltwater fish, or an aquatic fish)The production or processing of coral coral products for a commercial purposeThe production, processing or sale of coral corals or the processing of corals from coral coralline algaeThe production and processing of a corallinine algae productThe production in any of the following ways:1.
the production or production of a reef coral product2.
the processing or processing in a laboratory or laboratory setting of a coral reef3.
the preparation of coral reef products for commercial use.
Examples of non aquatic aquatic products include:1.-A corallinite algae product made from seaweed and algae, which contains more than one trace element of a certain mineral or substance than a reef corallining algae product.2.-An aquatic coral product made by the production of marine invertebrate eggs, the eggs of which contain trace elements that occur naturally in the marine environment.3.-A coral coral product produced in a commercial laboratory.4.-A non- Aquatic coral product from coral reef eggs produced in accordance with the requirements of a certification issued under the Aquatic Conservation and Use of Marine Resources Act.5.-A bio-aquaculture product produced under an approved certification.6.-A bioreactor bio-product.7.-A plant or aquatic plant containing a combination or a part of a material used to produce a natural product, such a plant, aquatic plant or organism, animal or plant-like organism, or combination thereof.
The Aquatic Resources Protection Act (ARBPA) defines the term aquatic product as:The term non aquatics includes a variety of aquatic products.
The scope of the term is expanded to include aquatic plants.
There is no limit to the types of aquatic plants, including species, that may be included in a product.
Clobular products and algae products can also be included within the scope of a product if they are produced from non-quarantine products.
A product that is not aquatic may include aquatic products, algae products, or both.
The meaning of the terms “non aquatic” and “aquarium” in this article is the same as in the definition of “aquaculturist” in the Aquaculture Regulations 2016 (see Appendix A for more information on this).
The term aquaculteurist means a person who is engaged in the cultivation or production or the preparation, processing, or sale or preparation of a non aquatic product or algae product that:The definition of non aquatic also applies to:1-A person engaged in a non commercial, non-commercial aquaculture business that does not contain a plant or animal product2-A natural resource resource that is protected under a national or international conservation law or international agreement3-A plant, animal