Rainbow Darters, Central Stonerollers, Southern Redbelly Dace and brief appearances by an Orange-throat Darter and a Banded Darter.
While roughly 90 percent of the marine aquarium trade’s animals originate on reefs, only about 10 percent of freshwater aquarium fishes have ever seen a natural ecosystem. Is the freshwater trade therefore above reproach when it comes to sustainability? Perhaps not….
One man’s cull = another man’s treasure. After all these years, a Guppy can still grab me.
The best news of all: The majority of these articles can be accessed through the Reef to Rainforest Back Issue Archives, in both print and digital formats.
Among the best-liked of tropical aquarium fishes, Corydoras and Aspidoras catfishes are appearing in an astonishing diversity of new species, many of them small in scale and perfectly suited nano-size tanks.