The cover for the July/August 2015 issue of AMAZONAS Magazine, featuring Fancy Shrimps, Desktop Planted Tanks, Dynamic Danios, and Charismatic Rainbowfish
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The Table of Contents for the July/August 2015 issue of AMAZONAS Magazine.
AMAZONAS Magazine Editor-In-Chief Hans-Georg Evers introduces the issue.
Rachel O’Leary talks her way into the California dream fishhouse of passionate African Cichlid experts Pam and Gary Chin, in her article “Cichlid Power”.
A new name for the stunning Parrot Apistogramma!
Uwe Neumann and Friedrich Bitter discuss Brave New Shrimps; from wild types to fancy forms, kicking off this issue’s cover story features!
Friedrich Bitter examines Crossing Experiments, unlocking the genetic secrets of dwarf shrimps.
Rachel O’Leary introduces us to emerging parasites, and their possible treatments, in “Parasites in Freshwater Shrimps”.
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“Charmed by Chilantherina”, by Michael Wagner, introduces readers to his favorite genus of rainbowfishes.
“Size Matters” says George Farmer, who shows us that small can be beautiful via his desktop planted aquarium.
Hans-Georg Evers isn’t shy; he’s telling all about the collection and subsequent breeding of Otocinclus arnoldi!
Paul V. Loiselle, Ph.D., showcases Dynamic Danios; Old friends—and a wave of new species!
Take a tour of Daniel Heerz’s 200-gallon Lake Malawi biotope aquarium.
All you ever wanted to know about The Enigmatic Glassfishes, as reported by Tan Heok Hui.
A red alga you actually want in your aquarium? Sebastion Prati introduces us to Caloglossa cf. beccarii.
The latest AMAZONAS Magazine Aquarium Calendar. Have an aquarium event? Send Janine Banks an email to make sure we know about it!
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Our Species Snapshots in this issue include Vanmanenia hainanensis, Nematabramis borneensis, Apistogramma agassizii “Fire Gold”, Laimosemion mahdiaensis, Anubias barteri “White”, and Schistura spiloptera. Learn more about them in the July/August 2015 edition of AMAZONAS Magazine.
As with every issue, Morrell “Mo” Devlin presents a pictorial wrap up in our Underwater Eye. Learn more about the Midas Cichlid in this installment.
We invite you to read this issue to understand why one AMAZONAS Magazine editor says, “Anyone can publish anything online. We invest in only the best because we’re putting it in print!”
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