Practical Fishkeeping Magazine July 2020


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124
On Sale:
17/06/2020
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What a year this is turning out to be, and not in a good way. Thankfully, you and I have our tanks to keep us company, and what more relaxing a hobby could we hope for than sitting back and enjoying our fish at every opportunity? If you’re anything like me (some kind of overexcited fish nerd) then you might have spent some time thinking about what new projects to take up once we can get back to the shops again.

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What a year this is turning out to be, and not in a good way. Thankfully, you and I have our tanks to keep us company, and what more relaxing a hobby could we hope for than sitting back and enjoying our fish at every opportunity?

If you’re anything like me (some kind of overexcited fish nerd) then you might have spent some time thinking about what new projects to take up once we can get back to the shops again. In which case, you’ll love some of the flashes of inspiration in this issue. We’ve got a cracking Pearl gourami biotope by Tai Strietman, Green neon breeding by Russ Richardson, Gabor Horvath having his first ever stab at a marine tank, and my personal favourite — James Starr-Marshall’s jaw-dropping IAPLC aquascape entry. There’s a reason he’s the thinking aquarist’s aquascaper, and you’ll see why on page 20. Now go be inspired!

Nathan Hill, Editor

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