“A titan among dwarfs,” is what scientists Henrique Varella and Mark H. Sabaj Pérezare calling Apistogramma kullanderi, the newest member of a popular genus of dwarf cichlids who described the largest known Apistogramma species, reaching lengths of more than three inches (80 mm).
The November/December Issue of AMAZONAS is printed and now delivering to print magazine subscribers, local aquarium shops, and readers of the Digital Editions (available for desktop and laptop computers, as well as smartphones, tablets and Kindle readers).
The so-called Shrimp Hobby is still very new in comparison to the keeping of tropical fishes, but it is already subject to certain trends and fashion waves.
Wild Betta species headline the September/October 2015 issue of AMAZONAS Magazine, with additional features including an overlooked Nano Livebearer, a no-heater Planted Aquarium, and so much more. Take a peek inside!
The IUCN has announced the formation of a subgroup of the Freshwater Fish Specialist Group (FFSG), the Home Aquarium Fish Subgroup (HAFSG), which is dedicated to home aquarium fishes—a startling sign of changing times.