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Title Topic Author
A Jewel in the Aquarium called Pimelodus ornatus The authors experiences on keeping this "Pim" Wolfgang Ros
A Pond for Purdey A garden pond for the wels catfish Daphne Layley
A "shark" in the fresh water aquarium: Calophysus macropterus On the keeping of this large "Pim" Wolfgang Ros and Jakob Schmidt
An Internet Purchase with a Tragic Ending The sad story of this dorad, Orinocodoras eigenmanni Daphne Layley
Better than its reputation, Cephalosilurus fowleri An aggresive predator from the Pseudopimelodidae family Wolfgang Ros
Book Review: Emperor Of The Amazon - by Dr. David Sands A book review on the "Redtail Catfish" Daphne Layley
Brackish Water Catfish As Title Dr. Neale Monks
Bullheads - as of today and times gone by The keeping of these North American catfish Reinhold Wawrzynski
Cephalosilurus apurensis - a voracious ambushing predator but not without charm On the keeping of this large "Pim" Christopher and Wolfgang Ros
Cephalosilurus nigricaudus and its similarity to C. apurensis On the keeping of this large "Pim" Wolfgang Ros
Collecting Cats.  The positives and pitfalls of keeping catfish Dr. David Sands
Dwarf Corydoras  Information on four small Corydoras species in our aquariums Chris Ralph
Extreme Catfish Two North American catfish that live in artesian wells Garold W. Sneegas & Dean A. Hendrickson, Ph.D.
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Pangasius? The pitfalls of keeping Pangasius species Daphne Layley
Hybridized Fish. Are they ethical - Do we really need them? As Title Daphne Layley
In Defense of the "Iridescent Shark" An alternative view on keeping the Pangasius species Michael Hissom
I taut I saw a taw a puddy tat.   The authors joy of keeping the dorad, Platydoras armatulus Mr.Fish
Ictalurus punctatus or "Getüpfelter Gabelwels“ One authors experience of keeping the "Channel Catfish" Reinhold Wawrzynski
Keeping Your Koi or Catfish in a Heated Pond As Title Marijn van Haaren & Allan James
My Experiences with the 'Mudcat' Ameiurus natalis  As Title Barry Mitchell
Not So Angelic(us) The many hybrids that invove Synodontis angelicus David Marshall
Older & Wiser ??? The perils of moving large dorads Daphne Layley
Otocinclus Care Sheet: The Definitive Guide to Healthy Otos A care guide on keeping Otocinclus. Christopher Adams
Our house catfish, Clarias angolensis As Title Reinhold Wawrzynski
Sleek, wiry, and striking: The predator catfish Aguarunichthys torosus Information on keeping another large "Pim" Wolfgang Ros
Starting with Corydoras A guide on keeping and breeding Corydoras Ian Fuller
Synodontis katangae As Title David Marshall
Synodontis njassae Keilhack, 1908 Information on the Lake Malawi squeaker Michael K. Oliver, Ph.D.
Synodontis robertsi As Title David Marshall
Synodontis ‘species’ Black Pebble As Title David Marshall
Tank Busting Catfish Part One: The Debate Continues.. The debate on the keeping of large catfish Chris Ralph
Tank Busting Catfish Part Two: The continuing debate…. Asian Catfish The debate on the keeping of large catfish from the Asian continent Chris Ralph
The Big Tank Buster Debate As Title Daphne Layley
The Enemy Within An infestation of Pinirampus pirinampu Daphne Layley
The Family Doradidae or "Talking Catfishes" As Title Chris Ralph
The Mustard Catfish Information by the author on Synodontis albolineatus David Marshall
The Tadpole Madtom, Noturus gyrinus As Title Robin Engelking
The truth about the "Black" Cory Know your differences between C. venezeulanus and C. schultzei Ian Fuller
Thoughts on a Catfish   Clarias, the 'Walking Catfish' John Sankey 
Vietnamese River Cobbler Thoughts by the author on not eating Pangasius Daphne Layley

 


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