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This video left us dizzy, but it probably gives an accurate impression of visiting the Chatuchak Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
The newly described Caprivi Killifish, Nothobranchius capriviensis, is an iridescent species, electrifying when in full courtship mode, that is already known to killi fanciers but had previously been considered a variant of the Kafue Killifish, Nothobranchius kafuensis. Both annual killifishes are endemic in Namibia, East Africa in the Upper Zambezi River system.
Aquarium enthusiasts know Amazonia as a motherlode of biodiversity, and most of us are aware that we have the great Amazon watershed to thank for a huge proportion of the fishes and plants that populate the world’s freshwater aquaria.
I have had the problem of duckweed overgrowing the surfaces of my tanks for years, and skimming with a net is quite cumbersome. The only benefit I saw from having these prolific little pads growing in my systems was that any bound nutrients were removed from the aquariums when the masses of duckweed were removed.