Few of the world’s natural residents dare the imagination such as the African Butterfly Fish. But who brought them to the American Market? Read on and find out.
What year did the veil tail betta come to America? Who was it it that brought it to the states? This article will answer that.
Why Do We call Them Tropical Fish? Find Out By Reading This Article
The Zebra Danios have fascinated hobbyists from the beginning. When did we start keeping them?
Wisp-like, the Marble Hatchet fish has fascinated aquarium keepers from the beginning of the hobby.
In 1915 the first angelfish in America were spawned, How much did they sell for? How did they transport them?
In the 1950’s Aquarium Frogs “The Clawed Frogs” were used in human fertility testing.
You may have thought it was just a Guppy, but who is the Guppy behind the Guppy. Read On And Find Out:
This 1915 Issue Of Aquatic Life Magazine Is Full Of Neat Things That Aquarium Keepers Will Love. First For The Cichlid Lover Is The Very First Written Account Of Breeding Angelfish. Next Is An Interesting Oil Heating Device Of The Day. Along With Advertisements From That Time Period.
This is a Putnams 1929-1930 catalog
The Story Of How The Neon Came To The American Market Is One Of The Aquariums Most Compelling Accounts
As Hugo and his horse crossed Sailor’s Creek, he must have felt like he was living in a nightmare. The winter would not surrender to the April sun and the … Continue reading Hugo Mulertt