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Amazonas - Dwarf Shrimps AM12 * out of stock *

Amazonas - Dwarf Shrimps AM12 * out of stock *
Amazonas - Dwarf Shrimps AM12 * out of stock *

Cover Theme: DWARF SHRIMP
Startlingly beautiful and with an ever-increasing choice of species and color morphs, dwarf freshwater shrimp are drawing the attention of expert and beginning aquarists alike. Hans-Georg Evers, Kurt Mack, and Roland Blankenhouse look at the keeping and breeding of these fascinating invertebrates, including details on varieties in brilliant hues of blue, red, green, and jet black.

BLACKWATER BIOTOPES
Wade into the dark waters of the Orinoco River and its tributaries in Venezuela with Mario Herz and Roland Rietsch who set out to investigate the home waters of the Altum Angelfish and Festive Cichlid.

CREATING A RIPARIUM
Devin Biggs introduces a whole new approach to building a tank mimicking a riverine environment. Whether you view the tank as half-full or half-empty, there is no denying the appeal of emergent aquatic plants and fishes that thrive in shallow water. 

OPALS WITH FINS: NEOLAMPROLOGUS SIGNATUS
This blue-eyed shell-dwelling dwarf cichlid from Lake Tanganyika is a highly sought-after species, and Ole Arnold Schneider offers advice for would-be Signatus keepers and breeders.

SIX IDEAL CORYDORAS
World-renowned cory expert Ian Fuller recalls his first encounter with armored catfishes and offers his personal list of favorite species for new corydoras keepers, including Corydoras sterbai, below.

STALKING THE CAIRNS RAINBOWFISH
Join an unforgettable fish-collecting expedition to Harvey Creek in Queensland, Australia with breeder Hans-Herbert Boeck in search of the rare Queensland Rainbowfish, Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides.

JAVA FERN: A PLANT FOR ALL REASONS
Cichlid keeper Mary Bailey, who unabashedly puts fishes ahead of greenery, offers a perfect plant for all aquarists, the rugged, versatile, and beautiful Java Fern.

PARADISEFISH REDISCOVERED
One of the true classics of early freshwater aquarium keeping, the Paradisefish first reached the western world from China in 1869, and it still gets very high marks for its hardiness and aggressively interesting behaviors. Michael Kokoscha takes a look at Macropodus opercularis and says there is reviving interest in wild imports of this and newly discovered related species.

And much more: new fish and invertebrate species reaching the aquarium trade, new breeding reports, and a wealth of informative and inspiring reading for all freshwater aquarium enthusiasts.

 
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