FRESHWATER STINGRAYS Volume 12, Number 5
Yssichromis piceatus are either extinct or critically endangered in the wild, and I’m only able to offer them for sale because they’ve been kept alive by groups like CARES and AZA. The fact that they exist is a testament to the work of many dedicated breeders over many decades.
Researchers have recently discovered an exciting new species of subterranean cavefish in Northeastern India. The largest cave fish in the world is a member of the cyprinid family.
Meet Jeff Senske, one of the owners and founders of Aquarium Design Group in Houston, TX. Jeff chats with us about how he got started in the trade, what inspires his design-centric aquascaping style, and his new Aquarium Everything Podcast. Hope you enjoy our conversation!
A video preview of highlights in AMAZONAS Magazine’s July/August 2023 Issue. Paid AMAZONAS Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition starting June 15th, 2023.
Highlights from AMAZONAS Magazine’s July/August 2023 issue. Paid AMAZONAS subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition starting June 15th, 2023.
FISHES OF FRENCH GUIANA Volume 12, Number 4
In the span of a decade, the genus Labeotropheus, mbuna cichlids endemic to Lake Malawi, has jumped from 2 species to now 11 described species!
It’s not a brand new entry to the aquarium trade, but today’s photograph of a hybrid Synodontis, the blending of Synodontis (eupterus X angelicus), was extremely eye-catching! Joe Hiduke of Nautilus Tropical Fish Wholesale shared the photo, and I felt compelled to put it out there for all of you to enjoy!
Just last spring and summer, the entire pet trade was at risk when nationwide whitelists and interstate trade restrictions were proposed to be enacted through amendments to the Lacey Act. They failed to pass, but now the Lacey Act proposals have been resubmitted and everything is right back where it started last time.