Another great article from Amazonas Magazine about wild caught aquarium fish. Many fishkeepers shun species taken from the wild but they do provide a valuable livelihood for many people who also then protect their local environment.
It’s a perpetual arms race in the war against pest anemones like Aiptasias and Majanos. Marc Levenson looks at using lasers—no joke—to eliminate them in his reef tank.
These filefish eagerly eat mysid shrimp and just about any type of fish food in addition to Aiptasia sp. anemones.
This portfolio of winners and top entries in the Aquatic Gardeners Association International Aquascaping Contest for 2015 showcases the state of the art of freshwater aquascaping today. The aquascapes that rose to the top in the judging process were chosen from nearly 500 entries from more than 40 countries.
AMAZONAS Magazine, March/April 2016 with Aquatic Gardening Association Winners as the cover subject. Image: Chaiyo Choowa Bangkok, Thailand.
AMAZONAS Magazine, March/April 2016 with Aquatic Gardening Association Winners as the cover subject. Image: Chaiyo Choowa
Bangkok, Thailand. Click to enlarge.
Ocean Nutrition™ introduces three new feeds; a marine polychaete food, spirulina + garlic enriched frozen adult brine shrimp, and a frozen invertebrate food for reef aquaria.