In this Issue:
FREE! 24-page marine magazine!
Amazing fish and how to keep them.
Good Golly Mill Molly – add bold colour with this inexpensive favourite
What to stock? Cool crustaceans for your reef tank
Family Fishkeeping – 7 ideas to turn your kids into fishkeepers
Latest gear – it’s here! Meet the new Fluval FX4 filter
Reader’s fish – the cichlid fan who’s turning passion into pension
Step-by-step – simply aquascape for shrimp
Community tanks – room at the top? Surface swimmers to fill that space
In this issue;
Tips and tricks on buying your first tank- find out what’s the best and what to avoid
19 stunning fish to look out for if you’re a beginner
Mind boggling facts to inform and fascinate you
Reader’s pond- When your Koi are bigger than your kids
In this issue;
10 ways to improve your pond!
Faking Dory – six blue fish you WILL be able to keep
Hang out with the cool crowd – 17 Sensational fish that thrive at room temperature
A step by step guide to create an underwater tree for your aquascape
Get help and advice- Deal with an ammonia problem
Discover Eartheating Cichlids, full of colour and great fun to breed
Cooler than corydoras – meet the bigger, brighter cousin of the cory
Uninvited guests – how to discourage unwanted pond visitors
Good health guide – identify and treat common fish problems.
Step by step – go for Guppies with this easy maintenance set yup
Wise up on Mail order marines
Plus inside – freshwater eels, mushroom anemones, essential guide to rocks and wood, plus much more!
The Spring issue of Practical Fishkeeping magazine comes with a FREE 24-page pull-out pond guide. Plus new cichlids and plants to buy in the shops, tiny Boraras for your nano tank, L-numbers in their natural habitat, colourful crayfish, a novel new approach to reefkeeping and much more.
Our fish of the month are the tiny Boraras. Peaceful, colourful and with easily met demands, it’s amazing that these aren’t the most popular nano fish on the planet.
We look at a novel technique in reefkeeping that’s changing the way we look at tank maintenance. But how does the Triton method work? Plus a spotlight on detritus eaters for the marine aquarium and a reader’s reef set-up.
Build a wet and dry filter for your freshwater aquarium for under £12 in our step by step guide.