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Volume 31 1-4

High quality hardcopy A4 edition

Now available to order online!

 

 


Fishes of Sahul Volume 31 Numbers 1 to 4 is now available to purchase as a single A4 size hardcopy edition with 146 colour filled pages!. The four editions published digitally in 2017 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.

To order simply use the pull-down menu to select the postage option that you need and then select 'Add to Cart'. All prices include postage. We expect to send out the copies 4-6 weeks after March 31st once they are printed.

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Orders close on March 31st 2018 so do not delay placing your order!

 

Note that we are planning to print overseas copies in North America (to deliver to North America and Europe), but we are yet to work out the pricing, once determined we'll notify people. 

 

Fishes of Sahul 2017 Hardcopy

 

Articles in Volume 31

Kerezsy, A. 2017. Invasion complete: the quick march of Sleepy Cod through the Cooper Creek catchment in central Australia. Fishes of Sahul 31(1), 1067–1072.

Lange, G. & Graf, J. 2017. The discovery of Melanotaenia garylangei – the Golden Rainbowfish from Dekai. Fishes of Sahul 31(1), 1073–1078.

Lange, G. & Graf, J. 2017. Keeping and raising Melanotaenia garylangei – the Golden Rainbowfish from Dekai. Fishes of Sahul 31(1), 1079–1080.

Unmack, P.J., Sambell, B., Wilson, D., Lach, M. & Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in focus: Hyrtl’s Catfish Neosilurus hyrtlii (Plotosidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(1), 1081–1093.

Martin, K. & Barclay, S. 2017. Factors influencing distribution and form of the Utchee Rainbowfish Melanotaenia utcheensis (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(2), 1095–1117.

Fauth, S. 2017. Husbandry and captive breeding of Mouth Almighty Glossamia aprion (Apogonidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(2), 1118–1122.

Tappin, A., Unmack, P.J., O’Reilly, L., Briggs, G., Hansen, B., Stanton, M. & Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in foscus: Crimson-spotted Rainbowfish Melanotaenia duboulayi (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(2), 1123–1141.

Tustin, D. 2017. The lost Rainbowfish – Melanotaenia corona (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(3), 1143–1161.

Martin, K. 2017. Translocated rainbowfishes (Melanotaeniidae) and blue-eyes (Pseudomugilidae) in the Queensland Wet Tropics. Fishes of Sahul 31(3), 1162–1174.

Lenagan, J., Unmack, P.J., Hansen, B. & Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in focus: Peacock Gudgeon Tateurndina ocellicauda (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 31(3), 1175–1180.

Tappin, A.R. 2017. Breeding Threadfin Rainbowfish Iriatherina werneri (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(4), 1182–1188.

Moy, K.G. & Unmack, P.J. 2017. Update on saving the Running River Rainbowfish – new populations established and going well!. Fishes of Sahul 31(4), 1189–1197.

Lamin, C. 2017. Breeding Flinders Pygmy Perch Nannoperca “flindersi” (Percichthyidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(4), 1198–1204.

Briggs, G., Unmack, P.J., Stanton, M. & Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in focus: Marjorie’s Hardyhead Craterocephalus marjoriae (Atherinidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(4), 1205–1211.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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