Adding Color to the Freshwater Aquarium: Going Green
Planting a tank isn't the only way to bring vibrant shades of green to the home aquarium. Make your tank pop with these beautiful green fish!
A Bright and Shiny Beauty: The Sunshine Pleco
Beautiful colors and an outgoing nature set the sunshine pleco apart! Learn the basics about keeping and breeding these freshwater fish.
Aquarium Science: New Species Description Procatopus websteri
A new species of lampeye killifish, Procatopus websteriis, has been described. Learn more about this species.
From defending territory to protecting fry, cichlids may fight for a variety of reasons. Learn more about the causes of cichlid aggression.
Want something sleek to add to your tank? Check out these stealthy piscivorous fish. Be careful--they're natural-born killers!
Planning Your First Pond
Planning your first pond? There are numerous aquascapes to choose from. The author walks his readers through the process of pond design.
Residing in a location brimming with exotic species, our young author becomes captivated by an intelligent and agile pike cichlid. Read more.
The Skeptical Fishkeeper: Pigmentation
The coloration of many species isn’t static. Environmental triggers such as changes in light or water temperature can cause rapid changes in the color of many fish.
Parrotfish: Good or Bad for the Hobby?
Odd to gaze upon and highly controversial, the parrotfish cichlid is sure to catch your eye. But should you own it? Here's what our author thinks.
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