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September 2010 Issue

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  1. TFH Magazine

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    How do you like our mandarin cover? For those who haven't checked it out yet, let us know what you think of our gorgeous mandarin cover and the articles within. Subscribers can read the full issue on TFH Digital, and as always, three articles are available at http://www.tfhmagazine.com.

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    Features

    Creating an Expressive Foreground in the Nature Aquarium
    The Little Paradisefish from My Ancestors' Homeland
    Gilding the ramirezi: The Many Forms of Ram Cichlids
    Breeding Mandarins
    Lighting, Photosynthesis, and Marine Invertebrates
    Book Excerpt: Lionfishes and Other Scorpionfishes
    Keeping the Impossible Ribbons and Bats
    Interzoo 2010: The Ultimate Aquarium Show
    The TFH Breeder's Challenge Part 9

    Columns

    Q&A (Ask Jack)
    Moby Cichlid (Cichlidophiles)
    Guppy Corner: Selecting Breeding Stock from a Batch of Fry (Livebearers Unlimited)
    Snails and the Planted Tank (The Planted Tank)
    A 40-Gallon Amano-Style Tank (Adventures of Aquascaping)
    Import Report
    The Pulse Corals: Xenia and Anthelia (The Reefer)​
     
  2. ChrisK

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    Great shot of the Mandarin on the cover
     
  3. Davy

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    im a lil late :p


    but i like it a lot, infact ive been researching how to start up a salt water setup JUST because of that fish.
     
  4. TFH Magazine

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    Yep, Tony Terceira did a great job with that photo.

    There's nothing like a colorful fish!
     

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