If you’re plant-challenged, but really love the idea of a biotope aquarium, this Comte River example might make the perfect model for your next aquarium’s design.
Dive into a Mexican cenote on the Yucatan Peninsula and experience a fascinating biotope home to cichlids, mollies, catfish and tetras.
Scientist and author Michael J. Pauers has revised our understanding of the popular Malawian Mbuna genus Labeotropheus, upping the species count from a long-standing two a total of five species, in just the last 14 months.
The small, yellow- and brown-marbled, new species of catfish hails from a waterfall-laced section of the Tabay Stream in Argentina.
It was high time I finally gave Apistogramma some attention in a personal aquarium. But these aren’t like any Apistogramma agassizii I’d seen before…