AMAZONAS Magazine – Swordtails – the September/October 2014 Issue
September/October 2014 AMAZONAS Magazine Table of Contents
Editorial from Hans-Georg Evers
Aquatic Notebook – Shrimp Championship
Aquatic Notebook – Melanotaenia flavipinnis and Pelvicachromis silviae
Aquatic Notebook – Color Is King!
Aquatic Notebook – Natural Decorations
A look at swordtails in the wild; They Came From Mexico: The Swordtails And Their Habitat, by Juan Miguel Artigas Azas
Fancy Swordtails – Not For Beginners! By Tobias Bernsee
King Lyretail And The Way There: Breeding High End Swordtails, by Rainer Schultz – a look at the path to creating a Lyretail Swordtail with a functional gonopodium.
Dwarfs with character: Xiphophorus pygmaeus, by Claus Osche
Boeseman’s Rainbowfish and it’s Rare New Cousin, by Hans-Georg Evers
Tetra-, Penta-, Hexa-: A Review of the Banded Barbs, by Paul V. Loiselle, Ph.D.
Piranha! Fascinating, but not your ideal aquarium fish, by Wolfgang Staeck
Talking fishes and the Internet with Julian “Jools” Dignall, interview conducted by Hans-Georg Evers
First Experiences With Bucephalandra, by Mario Hamann
Aquariums in Paradise: Bermuda, by Rachel O’Leary
Aquarium Calendar – compiled by Matt Pedersen & Ray Lucas – be sure to submit your events for consideration!
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Species Snapshots, featuring Chalinochromis sp., Pseudacanthicus sp., Corydoras sp., Corydoras sp. C86, Garra sp., Cryptocoryne annamica
Underwater Eye, by Hans-Georg Evers, features a stunning shot of juvenile “Electric Blue Dempseys”, one of several topics slated for the next issue of AMAZONAS Magazine.