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December 2008

10 Steps to Setting Up a Tank
Starting up a beautiful aquarium does not have to be an intimidating task. More>>
By Miller Morgan

Blennies That Eat Algae
These beneficial fish are potential candidates to help maintain the aquarium. More>>
By Scott W. Michael



Fish of the Rio Sucuri
Though the Amazon is South America’s best-known river, the Rio Sucuri better reflects an ideal freshwater habitat. More>>
By Oliver Lucanus

The Reef Stewardship Foundation
Meet a group dedicated to helping the reefs — a group that hobbyists can get involved in. Supplement>>
By Andy C. Ternay

Two Easy Rasboras
Brilliant and scissortail rasboras do very well in aquaria. More>>
By David A. Lass

Sunfish & Cories: A Great Combo
South American catfish meet North American sunfish. More>>
By Bob Bock

Crenicichla: Natural Born Hunters
Cichlid enthusiasts may enjoy Crenicichla regani and C. notophthalamus — but these species are hunters at heart. More>>
By Radek Bednarczuk

Atlanta welcomed reefkeepers at this year’s MACNA XX.

  • Editor’s Corner 
  • Freshwater Q&A 
    By Mike Wickham
  • FishKidz
    By David A. Lass
  • The Aquabotanist
    By Scott Hieber
  • Adventures in Fish Breeding
    By Mike Hellweg
  • Reef Aquarist
    By J. Charles Delbeek, M.Sc.
  • Saltwater Q&A
    By Scott W. Michael
  • What's New?
    By Mark Smith
  • Species Profile: Swordtail
    By David A. Lass
  • Focus on Fish: Epiplatys Killifish
    By Mike Wickham
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