John Tullock introduces us to three species of Logperches, discussing the concept of using a common species as a breeding surrogate to devise propagation techniques prior to working with a related rare or endangered species.
Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act, HR6311, seeks to prevent the introduction of invasive species through a mixture of white lists and possession bans, which could have dire consequences for the aquarium industry and hobby.
Drought, shifting temperature patterns, and competition from invasive species are pushing endemic North American fishes to the brink.
Suitable combinations of fish, aquatic plants, and terrestrial plants can be found to represent habitats from every corner of the globe. By incorporating elements such as epiphytic orchids into your displays, you can gain a better understanding of the complex web of life sustained in the tropical forests surrounding the streams that harbor our favorite aquarium fish.
A broader awareness of the fragile beauty sheltered within coral reefs and rainforest streams can only increase the desire to protect them for future generations.