The aquarium experts at Portland, Oregon’s The Wet Spot Tropical Fish have selected three Synodontis species that are well-suited to fill the lower levels within a wide range of aquarium communities.
A writhing mass of uniquely-patterned eel-like fishes in a net seemed to jump out of the email inbox, demanding attention. But what are they?
Killifish keepers may recognize Spectrolebias costae, a challenging annual micro-killi. Based on new genetic evidence, there could be a second species floating around in the aquarium hobby.
The team at San Francisco Bay Brand has rescued a dusty old VHS tape and shared their 1970s brine shrimp documentary, preserving a piece of aquarium history.
A preview of highlights in AMAZONAS Magazine’s September/October 2018 Issue. Paid AMAZONAS Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition immediately.