The Whiptail Catfish: an Interesting Fish
by: Wlad Franco-Valias, The Calquarium, Jun 2000
As much as beauty is the eye of the beholder, I think the many varieties of whiptail catfish fall in the "interesting looking" category.
Book Review: Corydoras: The most popular armoured catfishes of South America
by: Grant Gussie, The Calquarium, Dec 1999
This book was purchased for the CAS library with financing from a special auction of Corydoras catfishes donated by CAS members Birgit McKinnon and Gernot Kostera.
A Spawning of the Pot Bellied Pig, er, I mean... Aspidoras maculosus
by: Jennifer Wilkinson, The Calquarium, Sep 1998
I first heard of these fish when I was asked by a very fishy friend if I wanted some. So after getting filled in on these busy little catfish and of course diving into my books for more information, I placed a call and said sure!
Corydoras Aeneus: A Very Common Catfish
by: Jennifer Wilkinson, The Calquarium, Mar 1998
Normally, I wouldn’t have purchased such fish, but since they were going to go into a 40-liter tank by themselves I reasoned that it was okay. MAY I SAY THAT I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS!
Be Careful What You Wish For
by: Birgit McKinnon, The Calquarium, Dec 1996
I observed them for quite some time to determine which were male and which were female, but apart from a slight size difference they were all identical. I had 10 bagged up with a request for some large ones and some smaller ones.
by: Natasha Kapty, The Calquarium, Sep 1996
Once upon a time in a land not so far away there lived a plecostomus. His simple but fulfilling home was underneath a swordplant, at least that’s where he preferred to sleep, when he wanted to sleep, which was most of the time.
Eenie Meenie Minie Moe
by: Birgit McKinnon, The Calquarium, Feb 1996
Catch a tiger by the toe, If he hollers let him go, Eenie Meenie Minie Moe. Now to choose a female. Eenie Meenie Minie Moe...
I Love Corydoras!
Great information and photos.
They quote Mark Twain: "The Catfish is a Plenty Good Enough Fish For Anyone". Great catfish resource.
A fun and professional looking hobbyist site from an obviously proud Scot, Allan James.
Spawning Synodontis Multipunctatus
Personal website by Chad Christensen.