Posts Tagged ‘Mark Sabaj Pérez’

Astonishing River Biotope Tank

If you think you’ve seen everything in the world of freshwater aquariums, behold this: A “Torrent Tank” that mimics the rapids in a South American stream or shallow river.

06 Dec 3:05 AM 0 Read More...

PlanetXingu FundRazr Campaign To Fund Rio Xingu Scientific Expedition

The Lower Rio Xingu, imminently threatened by the Belo Monte Dam project, is the subject of a grassroots crowd-funding effort to support biodiversity research before it’s too late.

13 Jun 2:41 PM 0 Read More...

Damming the Río Xingu: field update

With the specter of an ecosystem-killing hydroelectric dam project moving ahead in Brazil, the eyes of many concerned observers, especially those interested in the fate of native fish species, are on the Lower Xingu River.

03 Dec 5:41 PM 6 Read More...

AMAZONAS Editor Coming to U.S.

An inveterate world traveler to the native waters of freshwater fishes, Evers has some 50 home aquaria and has “so far” bred more than 250 species in his own tanks. He has collected fish in many countries, including Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

03 Oct 11:22 AM 0 Read More...