A preview of highlights in AMAZONAS Magazine’s July/August 2019 Issue. Paid AMAZONAS Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition starting June 11th, 2019.
A stunning new mouthbrooding eartheater has been described from Argentina; Gymnogeophagus jaryi sp. nov.
Since its discovery in 1937, Elassoma alabamae has twice been considered extinct. This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced new protections for critical habitat for the federally threatened species.
Over 19,000 lionfish removed as part of Lionfish Removal & Awareness at the Emerald Coast Open lionfish tournament: an update from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Vanessa Meza-Vargas will be revising and classifying Hemiancistrus catfish with funding support from the Catfish Study Group.