Fishes of Sahul 2018 Hardcopy

Volume 32 1-4

High quality hardcopy A4 edition

 

We are proud to announce that the hardcopy Fishes of Sahul for 2018 is available to order for only $50 AUD! 

 

This is a fantastic and unique publication to add to your collection. It was very popular last year, so order now while you can. 

 

Fishes of Sahul Volume 32 Numbers 1 to 4 is a single A4 size hardcopy edition with 148 colour filled pages!. The four editions published digitally in 2018 contained many wonderful articles accompanied by a lot of fantastic photographs. See below for the complete list of articles. Now you can have a copy for your collection, your library, as a gift, or just to enjoy at your leisure. Don't forget it includes the Desert Fish Special Issue! Order and pay securely with your credit card using the button below.

 

Fishes of Sahul 2018 Hardcopy

The articles in Volume 32 are:

Shoesmith, D. 2018. An ANGFA insight into the freshwater fishes of New Zealand. Fishes of Sahul 32(1), 1214–1224.

Inbun, B.Y. & Smith, P.T. 2018. Recent developments at Lake Kutubu: impacts on the fish and the Foe people. Fishes of Sahul 32(1), 1225–1239.

Wilson, D., Hammer, M. & Scharpf, C. 2018. Fish in focus: Wilson’s Mangrovegoby Mugilogobius wilsoni (Gobiidae). Fishes of Sahul 32(1), 1240–1246.

Scharpf, C. 2018. Fishes of Sahul: an etymological survey (part 1). Fishes of Sahul 32(2), 1248–1260.

Martin, K. & Barclay, S. 2018. The story of the Daintree Rainbowfish (Cairnsichthys bitaeniatus), Australia’s newest rainbowfish species. Fishes of Sahul 32(2), 1261–1270.

Briggs, G., Sambell, B., Wilson, D., Martin, K. & Hansen, B. & Scharpf, C. 2018. Fish in foscus: Seven-spot Archerfish Toxotes chatareus (Toxotidae). Fishes of Sahul 32(2), 1271–1280.

Hammer, M. & Duguid. A. 2018. Fishes in Australia’s Red Centre. Fishes of Sahul 32(3), 1282–1302.

Unmack, P.J. 2018. Rains of fishes: real or myth in Outback Australia? Fishes of Sahul 32(3), 1303–1305.

Mossop, K. & Moran, N. 2018. Surviving in the desert: how behaviour enables the Desert Goby to persist. Fishes of Sahul 32(3), 1306–1315.

Kerezsy, A. 2018. Where had they come from? Understanding fish migrations in a desert river. Fishes of Sahul 32(3), 1316–1323.

Briggs, G., Unmack, P.J., Hammer, M. & Scharpf, C. 2018. Fish in focus: Central Australian Mogurnda species (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 32(3), 1324–1334.

Graf, J. & Lange, G. 2018. Another trip to West Papua. Fishes of Sahul 32(4), 1336–1349.

Martin, K. 2018. The Cairns Rainbowfish Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides (Melanotaeniidae): distribution patterns and conservation status. Fishes of Sahul 32(4), 1350–1357.

Blake, R. 2018. Hermaphroditism or plain male? Two apparent female Eastern Rainbowfish Melanotaenia splendida splendida producing fry. Fishes of Sahul 32(4), 1358–1360.

 

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