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Fishes of Sahul Vol 30 No 1

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Fish species sold in the Kikori market, Papua New Guinea, with special reference to the Nurseryfish Kurtus gulliveri(Perciformes:Kurtidae). Carla C. Eisemberg & Tim M. Berra

Red Neon Blue-eye Pseudomugil luminatus. Gerald R. Allen, Peter J. Unmack & Renny K. Hadiaty

A review of the distribution and status of “Burdekin Rainbowfish” populations in north Queensland. Keith C. Martin & Susan Barclay

Fish in focus: Coal Grunter Hephaestus carbo. Glenn Briggs et al.
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Fishes of Sahul Vol 29 No 4

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What is the future of the Elizabeth Springs Goby? by David Roberts
Burdekin River Rainbowfish on the verge of disappearing from Running River! by Peter Unmack and Michael Hammer
Unusual coloured galaxias by David Shoesmith

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Fishes of Sahul Vol 29 No 3

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IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF WALLACE. ARU ISLANDS EXPEDITION 2013 Gerald Allen 894
A QUICK TRIP FOR RHADS (ORNATE RAINBOWFISH) Glenn Briggs 904
MELANOTAENIA OF NEW GUINEA AND THE IUCN RED LIST OF THREATENED SPECIES (Continued from Vol. 29 No. 2) DEREK P.S. TUSTIN
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Fishes of Sahul, Vol. 29, No. 2, May 2015

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A NEW SPECIES OF RAINBOWFISH (MELANOTAENIIDAE), MELANOTAENIA GARYLANGEI, FROM WESTERN NEW GUINEA (PAPUA PROVINCE, INDONESIA) Johannes A. Graf,
Fabian Herder & Renny K. Hadiaty 870
BREEDING THE HONEY BLUE-EYE (PSEUDOMUGIL MELLIS) Leo O’Reilly 882
MELANOTAENIA OF NEW GUINEA AND THE IUCN RED LIST OF THREATENED SPECIES (continued) Derek P.S. Tustin 886

 

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Fishes of Sahul, Vol. 29, No. 1, March 2015

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MELANOTAENIA RUBRIVITTATA, 
A NEW SPECIES OF RAINBOWFISH (MELANOTAENIIDAE) FROM NORTHWESTERN PAPUA PROVINCE, INDONESIA Gerald R. Allen, Peter J. Unmack & Renny K. Hadziaty .... 846 WERE THOSE RED LASER “STRIPES” REALLY WORTH IT? – THE HUNT FOR THE WAPOGA RED LASER RAINBOWFISH Gary Lange, Johannes Graf and Dan Dority ................ 859 A COMMUNITY HERO – THE DWARF FLATHEAD GUDGEON David Shoesmith ......................................... 866 Habitat of Dwarf Flathead Gudgeon (page 866) D.S.
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FOS Vol 28, No 4, Dec 2014

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MELANOTAENIA OF NEW GUINEA AND THE IUCN RED LIST OF THREATENED SPECIES  Derek P.S. Tustin  826
FRESHWATER CRAYFISHES IN THE OTWAY RANGES,SOUTH-WESTERN VICTORIA: IT'S A LONG STORY Nick Romanowski 833
AN UNDERRATED RAINBOWFISH: CAIRNSICHTHYS RHOMBOSOMOIDES Gunther Schmida 39
Land yabby “chimney” (see article page 833) N.R.
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Fishes of Sahul Vol 15 / 3

A DAY TIME VIEW OF A NIGHT TIME FISH – Colin Trneny
NEW SPECIES OF RAINBOWFISH (Glossolepis: Melanotaeniidae) FROM IRIAN JAYA – Gerald R. Allen
LAKE WANAM FASCIATA Chilatherina fasciata wanamensis,A SUBSPECIES IN TROUBLE – Barry Crockford 757
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Fishes of Sahul Submission Guidelines

ANGFA encourages its members to sample and survey the aquatic environment; to document their findings for publication in its journal, Fishes of Sahul; to breed and maintain native fishes and to publish information on their requirements.

Fishes of Sahul was first published in July 1983 and had, by the end of 2014, achieved over 1800 pages of high quality articles and photographs. Articles from this journal are often quoted as references in books and papers on fishes of the region.

It has been a significant cost-free source of knowledge accessible to all people with an interest in the area, including hobbyists, the scientific community and fisheries departments of the region.