AMAZONAS Magazine, the “Black Issue” – May/June 2014
You voted and it was a landslide; we’ve broken with convention to bring you the already legendary “Black Issue” as it’s become known! Print copies have been arriving around the US this week, and are available now.
We’re excited to share a first look at the hard copy of AMAZONAS Magazine’s May/June 2014 issue, featuring The Joys of Breeding, Rare Hypancistrus Plecos, The Ultimate Riparium, Malawai Cichlids and so much more. Dive in and have a look around!
May/June 2014 Table of Contents
Aquatic Notebook for the May/June 2014 Issue of AMAZONAS Magazine
FISHROOM: Shane Linder’s Catfish World – by Rachel O’Leary
Our cover feature for May/June 2014 – The JOYS of Breeding! – by Hans-Georg Evers
Breeding Fishes: Just Follow The Recipe? by Stefan Inselmann
Nanofish Husbandry: Hemigrammocharax uniocellatus – by Hans-Georg Evers
Breeding for lazy people: Danionella translucida in a continuous setup – by Hans-Georg Evers
Good food, fast current, and lots of patience: successfully propagating a Brochis species – by Hans-Georg Evers
Betta stigmosa: a charming mouthbrooder – by Richard Brode
Melanochromis: first immigrants from Lake Malawi – by Jens Hamann (and yes, no errata here, we did note that two of these species were treated as Pseudotropheus in 2002)
CHAOS in black and white – by Haakon Haagensen (a tour of black and white Hypancistrius species.)
ALIVE in TECHNICOLOR: Don Boyer’s awesome 200-gallon planted riparium – by Devin Biggs, images by Don Boyer
LEDs for Planted Aquariums – Part 2 – by Kris Weinhold
The AMAZONAS Magazine Aquarium Calendar for May/June 2014
Looking for hard copies of AMAZONAS Magazine? Try the many fine local fish stores and retailers listed in our sources directory!
Species Snapshots for May/June 2014
Our closing page: the Underwater Eye — by Mo Devlin