A sneak peek at an “article in progress”, this one a planted tank by Steve Waldron, currently scheduled for the next AMAZONAS Magazine edition.
A pictorial sneak peek at the newest printed edition of CORAL Magazine. March/April 2015 – Dwarf Angelfishes and more
Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by “Lemon”Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler
The latest permutation of GloFish®, the Striped Electric Green Barb is the fully-striped, non-albino, transgenic fluorescent green form of the Tiger Barb (Puntigrus tetrazona).
More than 1200 photos illustrate all known Tanganyika cichlids in their natural habitat. The wealth of information on the natural environment of Lake Tanganyika will render it increasingly possible to maintain each species in the most natural way, allowing it to behave as if it were in the lake