AMAZONAS Excerpt

World's Smallest Vertebrate?

Dr. Ralf Britz at the British Natural History Museum asserts that the world’s smallest vertebrate is still a fish, if consistent systems of biological measurement are used.

09 Nov 12:57 PM 0 Read More...

Finding and Breeding The Sentani Rainbowfish

The next morning, though, we were greeted with a surprise. We saw gorgeous fishes radiating bright red all over their bodies, with a hint of pink and bold black edgings to the fins.There was no longer any trace of pop-eye! Had it been the long period of transportation or the pure oxygen I had put in the bags at the meeting? We had no idea—the main thing was, they were healthy. We both sat in front of the tank and celebrated like small children, even after several decades together in the aquarium hobby.

30 Oct 2:01 PM 1 Read More...

AMAZONAS Preview: January/February 2013

The first issue of AMAZONAS for 2013 will feature angelfishes and will have a publication date of December 4, 2012.

29 Oct 3:39 PM 1 Read More...

AMAZONAS Nov/Dec 2012 Digital Edition

AMAZONAS completes its first year of publishing in English with an issue covering discus breeding and husbandry with contributions from an international array of experts:

08 Oct 4:53 PM 0 Read More...

Belo Monte: Protests mount against “Monster Dam” on Brazil’s Rio Xingu

Biologists and human rights observers are calling it an epic disaster in the making, a massive river-damming complex in the heart of the Amazon basin that threatens tens of thousands of native rainforest dwellers and the fish populations that sustain them and enrich the aquarium world.

22 Sep 4:35 PM 3 Read More...