The June issue of PFK goes on sale 11th April 2018, and this issue is a real doozy!
Kicking off with the cover story, Steve Baker tells us all about the most colourful killifish varieties, how you can keep them, and the rewards you'll get from breeding.
New contributor Tim Smith writes up his experiences with the 'freshwater' moray eel, and offers some insight in to how they really need to be kept.
Ready to be inspired? Tai Strietman puts together an awesome billabong biotope complete with dazzling rainbowfish.
Jeremy Gay returns to write all about the deep-bodied and lovable Ryukin goldfish, a strain that can carry a hefty price tag.
In-house step-by-step projects return with a superb open-topped 'poppy field' tank inhabited by South American delicacies.
Dave Wolfenden teaches all there is to know about the fabulous world of wriggling marine worms – including some very attractive and some terrifying species!
Ethical debates continue with a discussion of fish-in cycling. Is it always a clear cut case that fish-in cycling is bad?
Also in this issue, see the rarest Malawi cichlid in the UK, find a pond project for you this summer, one readers magnificent reef tank, your letters, your questions answered, shops visited and gear tested!