Posts Tagged ‘freshwater aquariums’

AMAZONAS November/December 2014 Issue Preview

It is no secret that rainbowfishes and their native waters in the wilds of Papua New Guinea are very close to the heart of AMAZONAS Editor Hans-Georg Evers, and in this must-have issue he pulls out all the stops with features including:

25 Aug 4:33 PM 1

A Mexican Crayfish for Nano Aquariums

The Dwarf Orange Crayfish, Cambarellus patzcuarensis “Orange,” is a petite and colorful crustacean that is not as well known to freshwater aquarists as it should be, but that it makes a sassy and active addition to a nano aquarium. While some crayfish and “mini lobsters” can be destructive, this species has proved safe with plants, fishes, and other invertebrates.

15 Mar 3:46 PM 3

AGA Aquascape Winners 2012

The Aquatic Gardeners Association Aquascaping Contest is the world’s oldest contest of its kind. This was our 13th year, and I have been privileged to judge both this contest and the Aqua Design Amano IAPLC from the inception. Over the last 13 years we have seen a tremendous growth of interest in aquatic gardening both in the U.S. and worldwide. One of the nice things about our AGA contest is that anyone can go onto our website,, and see every tank ever entered, including all the details on the tanks and the judges’ comments.

15 Feb 3:58 PM 1