Spawning An Intervention – The Crux

Valérie Chamberland descends over a coral reef off the coast of Curaçao.
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 The conservationists in Curaçao are thoroughly infected with the drama of spawning, partly because at some point in their lives, each has been infected with a passion for coral reefs. Every coral enthusiast remembers when he or she discovered the hidden world of reefs, whether it was through Jacques Cousteau television specials (a surprisingly common route, even for younger reef conservationists), with a borrowed mask and snorkel on an idle childhood afternoon, or during a college course taken on a whim. Some were struck first by the colorful beauty of the reefs, or by the abundance and weird variety of its life forms; some were enchanted by scuba diving, which allows even the clumsiest human to float gracefully through an alien world. Some consider the coral life cycle as beautiful and complex as great art. “I find it elegant,” says Vermeij.

Butterflyfish position themselves around a grooved brain coral colony looking to make a meal of the nutrient-rich sperm and egg bundles these colonies release during spawning events. (Credit: Exposure Labs)

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