AMAZONAS Magazine, “Giant Fishes” – July/August 2014
Another overwhelming issue of AMAZONAS Magazine is hitting mailboxes and retailers shelves – this is your first look, hot off the presses, at what’s inside the next issue of AMAZONAS. This issue is currently ready for digital subscribers too. If you’re not yet a subscriber (whether digital or print + digital), perhaps after a peek inside you’ll realize it’s time to reconsider…ENJOY!
July/August 2014 Table of Contents
Aquatic Notebook for the July/August 2014 Issue of AMAZONAS Magazine starts off with the “First success with hatchetfish farming in Florida: Gasteropelecus maculatus”, by AMAZONAS Sr. Editor Stephan M. Tanner, Ph.D.
New Badis, Dario kajal, by Hans-Georg Evers
“Looking for the white phantom: the white Neon Tetra”, by Lisa Pfeting
Low-tech “natural” breeding tank, by Thorben Niemann
Thinking big…or even HUGE – by Rachel O’Leary & the AMAZONAS Staff
When big isn’t big enough: The crazy aquarist – by Enrico Richter
MONSTER FISHES…with matching appetites – by Enrico Richter
A 10,000-liter Fantasy – by Andi Hofstetter and Charles König
SWEET! Finding Oranges among the Lemons – 10 years of experience with Hyphessobrycon cf. pulchiripinnis – by Hans-Georg Evers
Socialization in the aquarium: Shell dwellers – by Wilhelm Klaas
A Nano-Slice of Lake Tanganyika – by Sumer Tiwari
The Outdoor Aquarist – by Rachel O’Leary
The endlessly varied Aplocheilus panchax – by Jörg Rückle and Jens Kühne
Corydoras from Boliva – by Daniel Konn-Vetterlein
Aquarium Calendar for July/August 2014 – compiled by Matt Pedersen and Ray Lucas
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Species SNAPSHOTS for July/August 2014
Our closing page: the Underwater Eye — by Mo Devlin