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Another ISO thread

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Betta Splendens Genetics

How much do you know about Betta Splendens genetics?

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Wild Bettas

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Welcome to the Wild side of Betta keeping and breeding - Wild Bettas!

This site has been created especially to foster a community of people who keep, breed and are interested in conserving the various species of wild Bettas.

This community website features a wiki style area for species descriptions, a forum for discussions, a real time chat application, events calendar, image galleries, quizzes, polls, and a fish keeping RSS feed among other things.  The collaboration zone is for senior community members to work together on projects such as breeding projects, article production, and species preservation projects.

The community also has a small online shop for sales of items from time to time including the hosting of small personal fish keeping websites.

This is a very new venture so any feedback of a constructive nature will be greatly appreciated.


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News from: Practical Fishkeeping

Study shows that brine shrimp can move oceans!

They may not look as though they can make waves, but new research has found that the collective swimming motion of brine shrimp (Artemia salina) and other zooplankton can generate enough swirling flow to potentially influence the circulation of water in oceans.

Review: Aqua Medic Temperature Controller Twin

Dave Wolfenden checks out this new product from Aqua Medic, which will be of particular interest to any marine fishkeeper who struggled with high temperatures during the summer.

Why are aquaponics so slow to take hold?

It's the ultimate for 'green' households that want to keep fish, so why are no mainstream suppliers embracing the aquaponics concept, asks Nathan Hill.

Planning permission runs out for NIRAH aquarium

Planning permission for the NIRAH aquarium has expired, leading to calls for an explanation into where millions of pounds invested in the project has gone.

Why did this shrimp kill its tank mate?

Dave Wolfenden advises a reader on why a Blood shrimp may have made a meal of a smaller tank mate.