Whiptails – AMAZONAS Hard Copy Preview – Jan/Feb 2015
29 Nov, 2014
Just arriving, hot off the press, the January / February 2015 issue of AMAZONAS Magazine is here!
The cover of our latest AMAZONAS Magazine, January / February 2015. Arriving now!
January / February 2015 AMAZONAS Magazine Table of Contents
Editorial by Hans-Georg Evers
Aquatic Notebook leads off with “Pleco Mecca” by Rachel O’Leary
“Whiptails, Twigs and Flounders”, our lead cover story by Norman Behr
“No witchcraft needed! Whiptail Breeding: Success within Reach”, our second cover feature by Norman Behr
“Seeing Red, and only red—in a Danish planted aquarium” features the all red planted aquarium of Marie-Sophie Germain
“A Classic Reinvented” by Ingo Seidel, considers the differences between Columbian and Brazilian Cardinal Tetras
A new world of tetra breeding: Cardinals & Co” by Hans-Georg Evers. looks at the commercial propagation of small and popular tetras like the Neon, Cardinal, and Rummynose.
“Herichthys labridens—UNEXPECTED LUCK” by Thorsten Grigo, shares the story of overcoming adversity in the genus to find success with this species.
“Shrimp invasion: Caridina pareparensis in the aquarium” by Hans-Georg Evers, looks at these seemingly desirable shrimp reaching epidemic proportions and actually becoming pests in the fishroom.
“Be a Feeder Breeder; Raising your own live foods” by Rachel O’Leary , looks at raising popular invertebrates as feeds.
“Fishes from the Chocó”, by Oliver Lucanus, looks at the diversity of species found in the Chocó region of Columbia.
Our Aquatic Calendar highlights special events around the United States and abroad – our expanded online calendar offers even more. Don’t see your event listed? Please send it to us today for inclusion!
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We close out this issue with our Species Snapshots, including Protomelas sp., Grundulus sp., Lichnochromis acuticeps, Nothobranchius milvertzi, Cochliodon sp., and Aphyolebias peruensis, in contributions from Hans-Georg Evers, Stefano Valdesalici, and Micheal Schlüter