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.
Although the delicate glassfishes, or glass perches, of the genus Gymnochanda are classic “old school” aquarium species, usually only specialists in unusual fishes from Asia keep them, Ichthyologist Tan Heok Hui has written an overview for of the genus for AMAZONAS Magazine.
Dwarf Shrimps from the natural to the sublime headline the July/August 2015 issue of AMAZONAS Magazine, with additional features on Desktop Planted Tanks, a dizzying array of Dynamic Danios, and charismatic Rainbowfishes.
Wherever plants or animals are domesticated and farmed, diseases and parasites are sure to be found. A number of parasites on freshwater aquarium shrimps are becoming more prevalent, apparently through the commercial aquaculture of several species—most notably those of the genus Neocaridina.