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Issue #667 October 2011




Feature Articles

Three select articles will be offered in their entirety each month, available to all visitors.

HORO T 1011 Tanked: An Aquarium Reality TV Show (Full Article)
Have you ever wondered who designs those ...
Author: Shari Horowitz
RIZZ T 1011 Choosing the Best Tang for Your Tank
Author: Philip Hunt, PhD
BORU T 1011 Extreme Fish Habitats
Author: David E. Boruchowitz
SUNG T 1011 Monsters of the Uruguay River
Author: Ivan Gonzalez and Stan Sung
DENA T 1011 Splendid Bettas (Full Article)
Bettas are among the most well-known fish in ...
Author: Mark Denaro
ASPI T 1011 The Orchid Dottyback: A Red Sea Stunner
Author: Richard Aspinall
RIZZ T 1011 The Perfect Cichlid Parents: Cryptoheros sajica
Author: Daniela Rizzo
ESTE T 1011 There’s Fire in My Tank! Keeping Fire Red Shrimp (Full Article)
For many years now, marine aquarists have ...
Author: Rafael R. Estenoz
AMANO T 1011 Using Aquatic Plants in an Iwagumi to Express a Sense of Depth
Author:

Columns

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GN T 1011 A 3-Gallon Pico System
Author: Bob Fenner
PT T 1011 A Bowl for Plants and Killies
Author: Rhonda Wilson
AIA T 1011 A New Aesthetic: The Creation of a Hardscape-Only Aquascape, Part 2
Author: Jeff Senske
AJ T 1011 An Unknown Disease
Author: Jack Wattley
IR T 1011 Import Report
Author: Mark Denaro
CICH T 1011 Popular Central American Cichlids: Thorichthys spp.
Author: Eric Hanneman, PhD
TR T 1011 The Giant Clam Hippopus hippopus
Author: James Fatherree, MsC

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COVER T 1011

About the Cover

No aquarium is too large, complex, or out of the ordinary for the stars of Animal Planet's new aquarium reality TV show, Tanked. The celebrity assemblage is known for crafting everything from million-gallon dolphin pools to interactive show tanks that grace the halls of Las Vegas's most prominent casinos. Find out more about one of the industry's most creative and talented aquarium design teams with an exclusive interview on p. 78.

photograph by Animal Planet


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Species Profiles

FOM T 1011 Kryptopterus minor
Describer: (ROBERTS 1989)

Tip of the Month:

To protect valuable specimens, set up their tank with two heaters, each rated at half the required wattage. If one sticks on, the other will stay off, and the water will not overheat as much or as quickly.

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