COVER THEME: SWEET CORYS
When a magazine issue deals with one of the Editor’s own personal favorite subjects, wonderful things can happen.
Look to the next issue of AMAZONAS to start the winter aquarium season with an exciting new portfolio of exceptional members of the Corydoras tribe—some of the best-liked and often a bit unusual fishes that are kept and bred by the magazine’s own editors. Among the offerings are many commendable catfishes worth discovering in the genera Corydoras and Scleromystax, with unforgettable expeditions into the native waters of South America in search of Corydoras weitzmani, Corydoras arcuatus, and Corydoras duplicareus in their native streams and forest pools.
- • Aquarium Zen founder and planted tank enthusiast Steve Waldron offers a tribute to the late Takashi Amano, with a selection of images showing his evolution as the world’s greatest aquascaper.
- Sergey Aniksheteyn takes a look at the charismatic Frontosa Cichlids, Cyphotilapia gibberosa and C. frontosa.
- The beautiful Rainbowfishes of the genus Chilatherina come under the affectionate scrutiny of Michael Wagner.
- Aquarium trade explorer Mike Tuccinardi heads to India in search of answers about the status of the coveted Roseline Barb, a stunning fish with a controversial history and murky origins.
- And much more: The Red Badis, a Russian underwater forest planted tank, a biotope for the Purple Emperor Tetra (Inpaichthys kerri), astonishing new forms of Bee Shrimp, an overview of some changes in the classification of exotic L-Number catfishes and more.
AMAZONAS: The world’s leading freshwater-only tropical fish magazine
Materials Deadline for Advertising & Editorial: September 10th
Publication: October 6, 2015