RIVUS NSW October 2016

President’s Report
Upcoming Events
Featured Plant
It’s in your head, fishhead!
ANGFA supporters
Member Profile

Fishes of Sahul Vol 30 No 3

Main features in this issue:

Empire Gudgeon: one more breeding attempt
Bernd Thierbach

Black-banded Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia nigrans) in the Queensland Wet Tropics – a failed translocation?
Keith Martin

First successful rearing of Hypseleotris compressa larvae in aquaria
Robert Wager

Update on saving Running River Rainbowfish
Peter Unmack

Fish in Focus: Empire Gudgeon Hypseleotris compressa
Peter Unmack et al.


VICNEWS 122 September 2016

Editors Note and President's Report
Tarkine Bioblitz talk promo
Breeding Blue-eyes talk promo
Field Trip Files: Tiverton, western Victoria
Should we release the deadly carp virus into our waterways?
One ‘flow’ does not ‘fit’ all fish
Extinction looms for 4 Australian fish
Rabbits of the river
Club meeting details and key contacts
Businesses who support ANGFA VIC

RIVUS NSW June 2016

President’s Report
Upcoming Events
Featured Plant
Story by Lothar
Field trip report
Fish posters

RIVUS NSW April 2016

President’s report
Upcoming Events
New Venue / Thankyou
Field trip reports
Fish posters
Super Auction 
Field trip report Colo



Issue Index


(Use the Continue Reading link and scroll to the bottom to download the latest index version in a pdf file)



Volume 30(2) 2016 (June)

Graf, J. and Lange, G. 2016. Discovering Melanotaenia bowmani and Melanotaenia grunwaldi. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 980–988.

Hansen, B. and Constable, R. 2016. Blue-eye diversity in Australia, including new distribution locality records with a focus on Torres Strait Islands. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 989–996.

Romanowski, N. 2016. Giant water beetles and water tigers: serious predators on a small scale. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 997–1001.

Tappin, A., Briggs, G., Wilson, D., and Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in foscus: blackmast Craterocephalus stramineus (Atherinidae). Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 1002–1008.



VICNEWS 121 July 2016

Mega Auction Promo
Editors Note and President's Report
Field Trip Files: Sweetwater Creek
Field Trip Files: Tanti Creek
Field Trip Files: Dunns Creek
Field Trip Files: Chinamans Creek
Microplastics killing fish
Crayfish and their Temnocephalans
Proposed September field trip
Murray Cod making a comeback

Welcome to ANGFA

The Australian New Guinea Fishes Association brings together people with common interests in understanding more about the freshwater fishes and aquatic habitats of the region.

ANGFA’s objectives are to promote the study, conservation and culture of the native freshwater fish species of Australia and New Guinea, and to provide a forum for the exchange of information.