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In-Stream Table of Contents, Volumes 9-23

In-Stream Magazine 2000: Volume 9

Number 1 – February 2000

  • Back in the Swing. Adrian Dawson.
  • Moina, an ideal live food for feeding rainbowfish. Adrian Tappin.
  • High-tech pond surveying at Guyra.
  • Out Paddling. Jennifer Palmer.
  • Growth and enrichment of Moina for use in freshwater ornamental fish culture. Clyde S. Tamaru, Lance Pang, Harry Ako, and Lena Asano.
  • Daphnia evolve into pollution eaters.
  • Dormant exotic species lies in wait.
  • Freshwater Shrimps. Adrian Tappin.
  • ANGFA People – Peter Surmon. Bruce Hansen.
  • The dificulty with natives. Darrell Edwards.
  • Lake Wanam management project.
  • Blue-Eyes ain’t Blue-Eyes. Doug Collom.

Number 2 – April 2000

  • Baffling Bureaucracy. Bruce Hansen.
  • A toxin by any other name. Derek Girkin.
  • Fly-Specked Hardyheads. Barry Meiklejohn.
  • Key to species of Craterocephalus. L. E. L. M. Crowley and W. Ivantsoff.
  • Book Review: Aquarium Quarterly – Rainbowfishes. Bruce Hansen.
  • Fishless cycling revisited. Chris Cow.
  • To weed out the Gambusia.
  • Setting up a biotype tank.
  • Dawson River collecting. Doug Collom.
  • Strategy for the control of exotic pest fish. Bruce Hansen.
  • What’s in a name. Peter Unmack.
  • Peacock Gudgeons. Bruce Hansen.

Number 3 – June 2000

  • Elizabeth Springs Natural Heritage Trust Project. Doug Collom.
  • Bag Limits or Bad Limits. Bruce Sambell.
  • Purple-Spotted Gudgeon – Mogurnda spp. Adrian Tappin.
  • Murphy was a founding ANGFA member, report on the field trip to Dianna’s Bath. Peter Harris.
  • Confusion in Central Queensland. Peter Unmack.
  • ANGFA People. Adrian Tappin.
  • Trouble at the Crack of Dawn. Peter Ford.
  • AGA International Aquascaping Showcase & Contest. James Purchase.
  • Sexing Mogurnda. Peter Unmack.
  • House of Bacteria. Doug Collom.
  • To heat or not to heat? – THAT is the question. Doug Collom.
  • Dawson River Update. Doug Collom.
  • Book Review: Breathtaking Rainbows. Bruce Hansen.
  • The Bar Jai Club.
  • An ANGFA Meeting – How it all Works.

Number 4 – August 2000

  • Fish for Auction. Peter Harris.
  • Barossa Outrage – Putrid Water and Rotting Fish. Michael Hammer.
  • Where have all the Rainbows Gone. Theo Kleiberg.
  • Feeding Rainbowfish Fry. Adrian Tappin.
  • Tolerance to elevated copper concentrations. Sharyn Gale.
  • Rainbowfishes on CD.
  • An unusual parasite. Dave Wilson.
  • Healthy Rivers. Doug Collom.
  • Spotted Blue-Eye – Psuedomugil gertrudae. Barry Meiklejohn.
  • Slip Sliding Away.
  • A system for growing aquatic plants. Barry Meiklejohn.

Number 5 – October 2000

  • Archerfish: The Aquatic Sharpshooter. Adrian Tappin.
  • Product Profile … Julian Sprung’s Sea Veggies.
  • CSIRO Researchers starve toxic algae to nourish rivers. Margot Higgins.
  • Scatophagus multifasciatus.
  • Spring Cleaning. Doug Collom.
  • Your Committee. Doug Collom.
  • Open Garden. Doug Collom.
  • Dry and Rainy Season Periods in the Tank. Kristian Adolfsson.
  • ANGFA (National) Survey Results. Doug Collom.

Number 6 – December 2000

  • Archerfish: The Aquatic Sharpshooter. Adrian Tappin.
  • First Triassic fossil amphibian found in South Australia.
  • Keeping Brackish Water Gobies. Adrian Tappin.
  • Saratoga.
  • A living fossil from Lawn Hill Creek.
  • Milyeringa veritas Whitley, 1945.
  • Ophisternon candidum (Mees, 1962).
  • Impressions from the 2001 National Convention in Adelaide. Bruce Hansen.
  • The Biology and Cultivation of Red Australian Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Lubomir Adamec.
  • Fish Disease – Skin & Gill Scrapes. Frank Prince-Iles.
  • Habitats … Lake Illawarra, NSW.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2001: Volume 10

Number 1 – February 2001

  • Freshwater Crayfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • New Rainbowfish Species Available.
  • Clinical Signs of Fish Disease. Frank Prince-lles.
  • Pseudomugil ivantsoffi (Pseudomugilidae), a new species of blue-eye from the Timika region, Irian Jaya. Gerald R. Allen and Samuel J. Renyaan.
  • Feeding Fish.
  • Water Quality of Town Water supplied in Caboolture Shire. Kerry Holmes.
  • Book Review: Wildlife of Tropical North Queensland. Bruce Hansen.
  • Chlorine/Chloramine. Adrian Tappin.
  • The Water Baby of Deepwater Creek. Peter Harris.
  • Watergarden Plants. Adrian Tappin.
  • Omega-3 good for aquatic health, study shows. Lucy Chubb.

Number 2 – April 2001

  • Duckweed: Food & Filtration. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Field Trip – Gold Coast Hinterland. Jeff Booth.
  • Species Profile ~ Chilatherina alleni Price, 1997.
  • Book Review: Floodplain Flora – A flora of the coastal floodplains of the Northern Territory, Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • Australian Aquatic Animal Disease Identification Field Guide. Alistair Herfort & Grant Rawlin.
  • Shrimps as a Model for Biodiversity, Conservation & Riverine Management. Satish Choy.
  • Introduced Freshwater Fish in Papua New Guinea.
  • Meiklejohn’s Misty Mountain Manor.
  • Florida (US) aquatic product sales 1999.
  • Hawaii’s Incredible (Edible) Escargot. Catherine Kekoa Enomoto.
  • Web Watch… Badmans Tropical Fish. Charles Niautou.

Number 3 – June 2001

  • Hydrilla verticillata. Glenn McGregor.
  • Wetlands remove pathogens from water.
  • The Kimberley, Western Australia. Adrian Tappin.
  • Pogostemon stellatus (Keng, 1978). Dave Wilson.
  • Web Watch… Australian and New Guinea Freshwater Aquatics. Charles Niautou.

Number 4 – August 2001

  • The Edward River. Bruce Hansen.
  • Java Fern — Microsorium spp.
  • Brisbane Water Treatment Plants.
  • Where Have All the Fishes Gone? (with apologies to Bob Dylan). Doug Collom.
  • Book Review: Fishes of the Lake Eyre Catchment of Central Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • Goodga River Survey. Colin Trneny.
  • Azolla.
  • Fish Disease – Don’t just guess what the problem is! Frank Prince-Iles.
  • Rainbowfish News… Harro Heironimus.
  • Web Watch… Freshwater Macrophytes of Singapore/Malaysia. Charles Niautou.

Number 5 – October 2001

  • Limnophila. Adrian Tappin.
  • Fraser… Island in the Sun. Adrian Tappin.
  • Chilatherina sentaniensis (Weber, 1908).

Number 6 – December 2001

  • Gobies. Adrian Tappin.
  • First Triassic fossil amphibian found in South Australia.
  • Keeping Brackish Water Gobies. Adrian Tappin.
  • Saratoga.
  • A living fossil from Lawn Hill Creek.
  • Milyeringa veritas Whitley, 1945.
  • Ophisternon candidum (Mees, 1962).
  • Impressions from the 2001 National Convention in Adelaide. Bruce Hansen.
  • The Biology and Cultivation of Red Australian Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Lubomir Adamec.
  • Fish Disease – Skin & Gill Scrapes. Frank Prince-Iles.
  • Habitats … Lake Illawarra, NSW.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2002: Volume 11

Number 1 – February 2002

  • The Native Fish Keeper. Adrian Tappin.
  • Aponogeton of Australia. C. B. Hellquist and S. W. L. Jacobs.
  • Habitats … North Central Arnhem Land.
  • An Addition to the Rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) fauna of North Queensland. K. L. McGuigan.
  • Guyu wujalwujalensis Pusey & Kennard, 2001.

Number 2 – April 2002

  • Australian Blue-eyes. Bruce Hansen.
  • Book Review: Ecology of the Planted Aquarium. Bruce Hansen.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Land of Wonder: A Pom’s Eye-View. Mike Edwards.
  • North Pine River Field Trip. Barry Meiklejohn.
  • Muddy Waters. Adrian Tappin.
  • DNA Analysis.
  • Treating Fish Parasites with Hydrogen Peroxide. Roy Yanong & Eric Curtis.

Number 3 – June 2002

  • Wetland Plants of Queensland. Bruce Hansen.
  • Fishkeeping Problems.
  • Pigmy Perch Peregrinations. Bruce Hansen.
  • Utricularia : a Fish-eating Plant. Adrian Tappin.
  • Book Review: Field Guide to the Freshwater Fishes of Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • Native fish, restocking, and trout: a recipe for disaster?
  • New Fish Discovered in Murray-Darling Basin.
  • Lower Murray River : Endangered Community.
  • Delaney’s Creek Field Trip. Charles Niautou.

Number 4 – August 2002

  • Aquarium Fish and Reptile Expo.
  • Freshwater Turtles. Adrian Tappin.
  • Fry Foods for Today’s Aquarist. Adrian Tappin.
  • Native fish, restocking, and trout: a recipe for disaster?
  • Urban Legends: Bulimba Creek. Adrian Tappin.
  • Book Review: Freshwater Fishes of Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • Bullrout Notesthes robusta.
  • Lake Ifaten Rainbowfish.
  • australis vs. solata.
  • What’s happened to Arthurs Paragalaxias at Woods Lake?.
  • Pedder Galaxias on the move!

Number 5 – October 2002

  • Freshwater Snails ~ the Good, the Bad and the Ugly! Adrian Tappin.
  • Peacock gudgeons (Tateurndina ocellicauda) are to be added to the live import list to legitimise the use of the species within Australia as an ornamental aquarium fish..
  • Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft (1830-1880).
  • Ceratophyllum demersum (Linnaeus, 1753). Bruce Hansen.
  • Oxyeleotris lineolata (Steindachner, 1867).
  • Freshwater Crabs.
  • Fishkills in Kakadu.
  • Book Review: All Rainbows and Related Families. Adrian Tappin.
  • Publication Review: Ecological studies on the freshwater fishes of the Alligator Rivers region, Northern Territory: autecology. Bruce Hansen.
  • Burdekin River, Flow on lovely river – flow gently along.

Number 6 – December 2002

  • Springs in Spring. Barry Meiklejohn and Bruce Hansen.
  • Impressions from the 2002 ANGFA National Convention. Bruce Hansen.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2003: Volume 12

Number 1 – February 2003

  • The Crested Mud Goby (Cryptocentroides cristatus). Bruce Hansen.
  • Is Fish Farming for you?
  • Book Review: The Waterbug Book. Bruce Hansen.
  • Magnificent Mussels.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Melanotaenia splendida inornata.
  • Gawler River South Australia. Darren Hicks & Fran Sheldon.
  • Water Sprite Ceratopteris spp.. Adrian Tappin.
  • Measurement of Electrical Conductivity (EC).
  • Preserving Memories.
  • Java Moss: Vesicularia spp..
  • Collecting & Observing Aquatic Invertebrates.

Number 2 – April 2003

  • Basic Principles of Aquarium Biofiltration. Adrian Tappin.
  • Galaxiids.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Algae Eaters for the Planted Aquarium. Balin Shaw.
  • Tilapia in the Gulf?
  • International Year of Freshwater.
  • Mycobacteriosis.

Number 3 – June 2003

  • Woolgoolga Field Trip. Adrian Dawson.
  • Fishkeeping Problems.
  • Australian Species of Caridina.
  • 20 Years Ago…
  • Fish Disease – Diagnosis & Treatment.
  • Fossil Galaxiid from the Miocene. Robert M. McDowall and Mike Pole.
  • Keep River. Northern Territory.
  • Measurement of pH.
  • The Practical Application of pH.
  • Mugilogobius. H. K. Larson.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Australian National Fish Collection.
  • Eriocaulon carsonii.
  • Book Review: Aquarium Plants. Bruce Hansen.

Number 4 – August 2003

  • Questions & Answers.
  • Ecology of Freshwater Turtles in the Kimberley Plateau. Tony Tucker.
  • Alligator River System Northern Territory.
  • Vallisneria americana. J. Roberts and F. Marston.
  • Effects of Acidification on the Aquatic Organisms. D. J. Allen.
  • Bacterial Infections.
  • Fungal Disease.
  • Conservation Status of Australian Freshwater Fishes – 2001.
  • Clarence River New South Wales.
  • Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum.
  • Effects of sunscreen and insect repellent in Kakadu.
  • Craterocephalus cuneiceps.
  • Fish use ultraviolet vision to choose mates. Virginia Gewin.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 5 – October 2003

  • Urban Legends: Pine Rivers Queensland.
  • Survivng the Dry.
  • The Importance of Drying Out.
  • Water flea takes on algal monster.
  • Gill & Body Flukes.
  • Aquatic Plants.
  • Retropinna semoni.
  • Illegal stocking threatens endangered galaxias.
  • Translocated Pedder galaxias at Strathgordon. Jean Jackson.
  • Do Fish Feel Pain?

Number 6 – December 2003

  • Impressions from the 2003 ANGFA Convention.
  • Waterplants of SE Qld. Glenn Leiper.
  • Melanotaenia splendida splendida. Adrian Tappin.
  • Urban Legends: Brisbane River.
  • The Challenge to ANGFA. Doug Collom.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2004: Volume 13

Number 1 – February 2004

  • Pseudomugil tenellus.
  • Oenpelli Floodplains.
  • Melville Island – Island in the Sun.
  • Measurement of Water Clarity.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Aponogeton elongatus.
  • Report on Brisbane’s Freshwater Fish.
  • Brisbane River Waterplants.
  • Translocation.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Relationships Between Aquatic Plants and Reproduction of Fishes.

Number 2 – April 2004

  • Burnett River Catchment.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Craterocephalus marinae.
  • Crinum pedunculatum.
  • This Question of Translocation.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 3 – June 2004

  • World News.
  • New Guinea.
  • New Guinea’s History.
  • New Guinean Freshwater Fish Fauna.
  • The Mighty Sepik.
  • Lake Kubutu.
  • Fly River Catchment Papua New Guinea.
  • Mamberamo.
  • Lakekamu Basin, Papua New Guinea.
  • Fishes of the Wapoga River System, North-western Papua.
  • Ramu River Papua New Guinea.
  • Pistia stratiotes – Water Lettuce.

Number 4 – August 2004

  • Internation Gesellschaft fur Regenbogenfische (IRG) Conference 2004 : Neudorfl – Austria. Adrian Dawson.
  • Stiphodons in Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • What Goes Around Comes Around.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Barron River North Queensland.
  • Product Review – Swampwolf.
  • 2004 AGA Aquascaping Contest.
  • Foambark – Jagera pseudorhus.
  • Aponogeton queenslandicus.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 5 – October 2004

  • Meet the Hobbyist: Iain Wilson.
  • Mitchell River Cape York Peninsula.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Vallisneria nana.
  • Blue Spiny Crayfish – Eustacus sulcatus.
  • Illegal waterplants still being sold in Queensland.
  • Plants for the Water Garden.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 6 – December 2004

  • Hypseleotris of Southeastern Australia.
  • Book Review: Freshwater Fishes of North-Estern Australia. Bruce Hansen.
  • Red Spot Disease.
  • Australia is the driest continent in the world.
  • Dissolved Oxygen.
  • Glossostigma.
  • Urban legends: Tingalpa Creek.
  • CD Review: Aquarium and Pond Plants of the World. Bruce Hansen.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2005: Volume 14

Number 1 – February 2005

  • Toxotes kimberleyensis.
  • Jackadgery – Third Time Lucky. Barry Meiklejohn.
  • Dawson River. Barry Meiklejohn.
  • Dawson River Summary. Adrian Tappin.
  • Book Review: Breeding Food Animals – Live Food for Vivarium Animals. Bruce Hansen.
  • Freshwater Mussels.
  • Western Australian Granite Outcrops.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.
  • Eriocaulon australasicum.

Number 2 – April 2005

  • Welcome to the Sheraton Timika.
  • Laloki River Papua New Guinea.
  • Benscach River Papua New Guinea.
  • Kamiali River Papua New Guinea.
  • Gulf Province.
  • Lake Sentani.
  • Introduced Freshwater Fish in New Guinea.
  • Live Aquarium Fish Trade in New Guinea.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 3 – June 2005

  • Mary River Queensland.
  • Common Names of Australian Fishes.
  • Amphidromous Gobies.
  • Fish Eating Bats – Predators of Native and Exotic species. Geoff McPherson and Simon Robson.
  • Caragobius rubristriatus – Scaleless Worm Goby.
  • Ammonia Removal.
  • Assessing the Ecological Sustainability of the Nothern Territory Aquarium Fishery: Risk assessment model for the import and keeping of exotic freshwater and estuarine finfinsh.
  • Impressions from the ANGFA 2005 National Convention. Bruce Hansen.
  • Growing Rainbowfishes in Ponds.

Number 4 – August 2005

  • Gulf of Carpentaria.
  • Lake Carpentaria
  • Invention Allows Humans to Breathe Like Fish
  • Gerald R. Allen
  • The Importation of PNG Rainbows. A History of Sorts. Bruce Hansen.
  • Big and Small Fish in Kiunga, Papua New Guinea. Peter Hallas.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 5 – October 2005

  • New Guinea Rainbows – How it all began! Gerry Allen.
  • Ripples & Reflection.
  • Rhadinocentrus ornatus Ornate Rainbowfish.
  • Meet the Hobbyist – Graham Weston. Adrian Tappin.
  • King Edward River. David Morgan.
  • Kuranda Red Rainbowfish.
  • Freshwater Spider Crab – Amarinus lacustris.
  • Voyage of Discovery – The Search for Pump III. Graeme Finsen.
  • Bent spine in Pygmy Rainbowfish Melanotaenia pygmaea.
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

Number 6 – December 2005

  • Pilbara – Western Australia.
  • Guppies in the West. Tim Low.
  • Aquatic & Wetland Plants.
  • Ripples & Reflection.
  • Urban Legends: Enoggera Creek.
  • Sri Lanka & the Aquatic Plant Industry.
  • Freshwater Crabs Austrothelphusa. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Tandanus tandanus (Mitchell, 1838) Frehwater Catfish.
  • Java Moss…
  • Tales from the Crypts … Heidy Rubin.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2006: Volume 15

Number 1 – February 2006

  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Myriophyllum Aquatic Plants for Everyone.
  • Shoalwater Bay.
  • Nannatherina Balstoni.
  • Annual ANGFA Combined Clubs Field Trip. Leo O’Reilly, Derek Girkin, and Mark Abell.

Number 2 – April 2006

  • Melanotaenia australis. Ryan Phillips.
  • Hydrocotyle.
  • Home of the Rainbowfish – 10 years! Adrian R. Tappin.
  • South-east Queensland.
  • Ripples and Reflections.
  • Duckweed.
  • Craspedacusta sowerbii Freshwater Jellyfish.
  • Field Trip Mooloolah River – Sunday 23rd Apil, 2006.
  • Juvenile Australian bass avoid acid water.
  • Cherax cainii.

Number 3 – June 2006

  • Life Among the Mangroves.
  • New Crayfish Species.
  • The Myall Swamp Yabby (Tenuibranchiurus). Robert McCormack.
  • The Wangat Crayfish. Robert McCormack.
  • Barrington Tops.
  • Chlamydogobius – Desert Gobies.
  • Byblis – The Rainbow Plant.
  • McArthur River Northern Territory.
  • Websteria.

Number 4 – August 2006

  • Kikori A River Somewhere.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Urban Legends: Oxley Creek.
  • Kurtus guliveri Castelnau, 1878 Nurseryfish.
  • Mimulus.
  • Allanaspides hickmani. Hickman’s Pygmy Mountain Shrimp.
  • Two new species of Aponogeton.
  • How to Construct an Aquarium in 1911.
  • Bald Rock Creek Shortneck Turtle.

Number 5 – October 2006

  • Australia’s warmest year on record.
  • Lake Eacham – Revisited.
  • The Finke! Australia’s Ancient River’.
  • Peter Ford wins Best Exhibit of Show …
  • Hornwort Ceratophyllum demersum
  • Ron Bowman 70 Years of Fishkeeping. Gary Moores.
  • Crater Lakes …
  • Adaptation of rainbow fish to lake and stream habitats …
  • Parasites and predators of Australian Freshwater Fishes.
  • Luigi D’Albertis 1841-1901. Ian Edwards.

Number 6 – December 2006

  • Bacterial Water Clouding.
  • Study Shows Killer Whitespot Strain.
  • Coming Down With Whitespot!. Sylvia Krieg.
  • Logan and Albert Rivers Queensland.
  • Marsilea.
  • The Desert Rainbowfish Melanotaenia splendida subsp. tatei.
  • Lake Wabby – Fraser Island. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Elseya albagula – Southern Snapping Turtle.
  • Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome.
  • New vaccine for Mycobacterium marinum.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2007: Volume 16

Number 1 – February 2007

  • Ocean Watch (North Queensland) Tilapia Acoustic Behaviour Project. Doug Collom.
  • Water Starworts (Callitriche spp.) Family: Callitrichaceae.
  • Kimberley Dreamin’. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fossil Treasures from the Kimberley.
  • Kimberley Waterplants.
  • Recycled Water for Aquarium Use. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Mulgrave River Goby, Glosogobius sp.4.
  • Managing Aquarium Fish Disease (or, I flush them down the toilet too).
  • Amano Shrimp Gets New Name …
  • New Freshwater Shrimp Lives On New Sponge Species
  • Heiko’s Hybrids?
  • Philypnodon macrostomus

Number 2 – April 2007

  • Pioneer River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Aquatic Plant Dispersal.
  • Glossolepis multispuamatus – Where are they now? Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Breeding Rainbowfishes. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Archerfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Three New Australian Waterlily Species.
  • Grow Native … Adrian R. Tappin
  • Cyclorana platycephala.

Number 3 – June 2007

  • Richmond River New South Wales. Leo O’Reilly & Andrew Reid.
  • Meet the Hobbyist – Hristo Hristov. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • An Inspection of the Tully River Catchment for Tilapia Mariae.
  • Traumatic Rectal Perforation by an Eel..
  • Catfish family “Ariidae” Revision.
  • Melanotaenia affinis – New Guinea Rainbowfish.
  • Flash Dance – Oh, What A Feeling!
  • Victoria River Northern Territory.
  • How Long Have Our Turtles Got? Turtles under siege as drought bites. Rosslyn Beeby.

Number 4 – August 2007

  • Tin Can Bay ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip – 22 April, 2007. Leo O’Reilly.
  • Feeding Rainbowfishes. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia goldei.
  • Fish Surveys South East Queensland.
  • Java Moss.
  • Australian Aquarium Hobby…
  • Aquarium fish ‘threaten biodiversity’. Anna Salleh.

Number 5 – October 2007

  • Water – Waste Not Want Not. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Pogostemon stellatus Australian Hygrophila.
  • Australian Freshwater Shrimps.
  • Bacopa monnieri.
  • Clarence River Catchment … Where all the reviers run!

Number 6 – December 2007

  • “When the Rivers Run Dry” An Aquarists and Conservation Perspective!. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Endangered fish causes a stir with farmers. Prue Bentley.
  • Melanotaenia maccullochi General Description and Breeding. Fritz Mayer.
  • Melanotaenia maccullochi McCulloch’s Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ella Bay.
  • Aquarist versus Aquarian. Ida M Mellen.
  • Early history of the home Aquarium “The Golden Years”.
  • Vessels for Aquaria. J. S. Hibberd.
  • How to Construct an Aquarium. A. J. Carruthers.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2008: Volume 17

Number 1 – February 2008

  • ANGFA (Qld) Albert River Field Trip February 2007. Leo O’Relly.
  • Freshwater Turtle News.
  • Scaturignichthys vermeilipinnis Ivanstoff, Unmack, Saeed and Crowley, 1991 Redfin Blue Eye. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Limnophila.
  • Emydura macquarii (Bellinger River Form).

Number 2 – April 2008

  • Cherax Park Aquaculture Farm ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip Report. Leo O’ Reilly.
  • “Waterfalls to Wallum” Nerang River & Currumbin Creek Catchments. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Hypseleotris barrawayi – Katherine River Gudgeon. H. K. Larson.
  • Melanotaenia synergos . G. R. Allen & P. J. Unmack.
  • Vallisneria … Confused. Bruce Hansen.
  • Fungal Diseases of Fish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • West Papua – Early History of Introduced Freshwater Fish. Adrian R. Tappin
  • Biological Nomenclature Guidelines.

Number 3 – June 2008

  • ANGFA (Qld) Western Rivers Field Trip 16-17 February, 2008. Leo O’Reilly & Andrew Reid.
  • Nicholson/Gregory Catchment. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Hunting for New Fish in West Papua.
  • Melanotaenia bosemani Allen and Cross, 1980 Boseman’s Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Cherax peknyi.
  • Infusoria – First Food for Fry. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Hygrophila angustifolia

Number 4 – August 2008

  • Mary River Magic. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Northern Nostalgia: Weipa Revisited. Bruce Hansen.
  • Cherax bosemani.
  • Brackish Water Fishes: Book Review. Bruce Hansen.
  • Blyxa …

Number 5 – October 2008

  • ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip to the upper Mary River Catchment – 17/8/2008. Andrew Reid.
  • Compact Flourescents.
  • The Bold & Beautiful Burnett. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Baffle Creek.
  • Teviot Brook.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Monash University – Sahul Time.

Number 6 – December 2008

  • Where are the Pappan Creek Tris. Leo O’Reilly.
  • New Guinea Rainbowfishes Inbreeding & Deformities. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Glossolepis wanamensis Allen and Kailola, 1979 Lake Wanam Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Native and exotic aquarium species produced and sold to the aquarium trade in Quensland 2004-2007.
  • The Australian Ornamental Fish Industry in 2006/07.
  • South East Queensland – Fish Survey 2006-2007.
  • Ceratopteris thalictroides.
  • Microalgae Feed Supplements. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Drinking Straw Filter. Bruce Hansen.
  • My Aquarium Years! Adrian R. Tappin.
  • “Once Upon A Time” Collecting Melanotaenia trifasciata. Wally Muller.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2009: Volume 18

Number 1 – February 2009

  • Pine Rivers Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Biological Filtration in the Aquarium.
  • Observation of spawning Saratoga (Scleropages jardinii) in the wild. Bob Kroll.
  • New Feral Fish Population Found. Glynn Aland.
  • Calcium ~ to add, or not to add, that is the question?. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Two-headed fish larvae blamed on farm chemical in Noosa River.
  • Australian Aquarium Hobby.
  • Feng Shui & Fishkeeping.

Number 2 – April 2009

  • Australian Aquarium Magazine R.I.P. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • .Ripples & Reflections.
  • “A Bundy Good Time! Combined ANGFA Field Trip. Greg Ure
  • Hot Sex … (Temperature Sex Determination). Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Display Tanks and Aquarium Backdrops from Styrofoam. Bruce Hansen.
  • Wollumbinia dorsii – Dorse’s Turtle’. R.W. Wells.
  • Water Plantains (Alisma)
  • A Short Treatise on Drilling holes in Glass or … A Simpletons Guide on how to Drill holes without Killing yourself. Graeme Finsen.
  • Glossogobius bellendenensis – Mulgrave Goby.

Number 3 – June 2009

  • Meet David and Hilary Ambler … David and Hilary Ambler.
  • Collecting Rainbowfishes. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Severn River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Colours of the Rainbow. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Colour change and shoal assortment in the Western Rainbowfish. G. Rodgers.
  • The Aquarium Hobby & Fish Disease. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 4 – August 2009

  • Report from “Aquatic Weeds Identification Workshop” held in Gympie by Noosa & Districts Landcare group and with representatives from local Waterwatch groups and Biosecurity Queensland (21.05.09). Bruce Eernisse.
  • The Caridina Craze! Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Trithuria submersa.
  • Where Once there was a Mountain “Ok Tedi Revisited”. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Maroochy River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Queensland Ornamental Fish Production & Sales – 2007/2008.
  • Water returns to Lake Eyre …

Number 5 – October 2009

  • August Field Trip. Silvia Krieg
  • North Pine River Field Trip. Kerry Holmes.
  • Coochin Creek. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Lake Manchester / Wivenhoe Dam. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • History of a well-known rainbowfish:Melanotaenia sexlineata. Dirk Godlinski.
  • Myuchelys or Wollumbinia.
  • Horn Expedition 1894.
  • Piscinoodiniosis – Velvet Disease.. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 6 – December 2009

  • Coochin Creek and Mellum Creek October 2009. Leo O’Reilly and Silvia Krieg.
  • Melanotaenia ajamaruensis. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Dissolved Humic Substances. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Glossogobius giuris Tank Goby (Flathead Goby).
  • A Planted Tank and Digging Fish? Silvia Krieg.
  • Lack of hippo poo bad for African fish.
  • Mulgrave River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Notesthes robusta (Gunther, 1860) Bullrout.
  • Flashback – Collecting Trip 1979.
  • Ripples & Reflections.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2010: Volume 19

Number 1 – January 2010

  • November Field Trip Summary. Silvia Krieg.
  • Bribie Island. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Aquatic Biofilm. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Trichodiniasis. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Gobiomorphis australis (Krefft 1864) Striped Gudgeon.
  • Gobiomorphis coxii (Krefft 1864) Cox’s Gudgeon.
  • Gambusia holbrooki ~ the Eastern Mosquitofish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections.
  • Notopala River Snails Notopala waterhousei (Krefft 1864). Adrian R. Tappin

Number 2 – February 2010

  • Tinana Creek. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Redlands Fish’n Creeks. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Saving freshwater fish – and human health.
  • Ammonia and the Aquarium. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Zoological Exploration of Netherlands New Guinea . L. D. Brongersma.
  • Freshwater Sponges. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 3 – March 2010

  • Yabba Creek. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Heli Fishing the upper Katherine River. Leo O’Reilly, Bruce Hansen, Gary Moores and Dave Wilson.
  • “On a Wing and a Prayer” The dispersal of fish, invertebrates and waterplants.
  • One approach to Cryptocoryne. Mark Stevens.
  • Zoological Exploration of Netherlands New Guinea . L. D. Brongersma.
  • Freshwater Fishes of the Fly River Papua New Guinea. Review by John Cousins.

Number 4 – April 2010

  • ANGFA Convention 2009. Bruce Hansen.
  • Collecting Coomera … Peter Harris.
  • Postcards from Bribie. Silvia Kreig
  • Variety Slows Fish Learning …
  • Activated Carbon – Revisited. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Morgunda adspersa Southern Purplespotted Gudgeon.

Number 5 – May 2010

  • Workshop on Invasive Fish Species in the Wet Tropics. Bruce Hansen.
  • A Quick Look at Some Very Special Native Fishes. Bruce Hansen.
  • North Stradbroke Island. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Falling in love with Rainbowfish! Adam King.
  • Fish: a potential source of pathogens for human beings.
  • Pheromones and Their Importance in Aquarium Keeping.
  • The need for speedy sperm …
  • Lake Kubutu – International wetlands body investigates PNG pollution. Calliste Weitenberg.
  • Planting Wetlands and Dams. Review.
  • Potted Water Gardens. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Don’t take the quality of your tap water for granted. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 6 – June 2010

  • Where the Staaten River Flows. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fishing Browns Creeek. Peter Harris.
  • Natural Plant Extracts = Chemical Alternatives? Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Crane Pacific Expedidition 1928-29.
  • Fishes of the Sleisbeck Mine.
  • Crossing the Great Divide.

Number 7 – July 2010

  • Australatya striolata (McCulloch and McNeill, 1923) Eastern Freshwater Shrimp; Australian Riffle Shimp. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Mount Bosavi Papua New Guinea. Peter Harris.
  • TALE Field trip to Harvey Creek – 30/8/2009. Keith Martin.
  • Translocation & Mosquito Control. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Roper River Northern Territory. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 8 – August 2010

  • Bribie Island Revisited. Adrian & Fran Dawson.
  • Rainbowfishes & Salinity. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ricciocarpos natans Purple-fringed Riccia.
  • The Mighty Ord River. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections.

Number 9 – September 2010

  • Rediogobius Review.
  • Northbrook Creek… Darren Smith.
  • A Short Treatise on one method of harvesting rainwater or a cheap alternative to filling ponds without investing in rainwater tanks. Graeme Finsen.
  • Water, water everywhere… but will there be a drop to drink? Imelda Cotton.
  • Melanotaenia fasiensis Kadarusman, Sudarto, Paradis and Pouyard, 2010 Fasin Rainbowfish.
  • Australian & New Guinea Freshwater Turtles. Imelda Cotton.
  • Alisma plantago-aquatica.
  • Melanotaenia sp. (Ferny Creek, South Alligator River). Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 10 – October 2010

  • Along the Bloomfield Track, North Queensland. Keith Martin.
  • Edgbaston Update …
  • Hunting for ichthyological traces: The Sweedish New Guinea Expedition 1948/49. Dirk Godlinski.
  • Where are the fish? Peter Harris.
  • Fishy Things that annoy me and how I fix them!!! Danny Brown.
  • Fishzilla on way to Far North Queensland. Daniel Bateman.
  • Paratya australiensis Kemp, 1917 Australian Paratya; Glass Shrimp.
  • Ripples & Reflections.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2011: Volume 20

Number 1 – January 2011

  • Mountain Duboulayi. Darren and Helen Smith.
  • Grand Spots Revisited. Silvia Krieg.
  • 6-figure aquariums: The new status symbol. Jenifer A.Kingston.
  • Salt Treatment Revisited …
  • Craterocephalus stramineus Whitley (1950) Blackmast. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Undergravel Filter. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Nitrification in the Aquarium.
  • Ripples and Reflections.

Number 2 – February 2011

  • Fitzroy River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Expedition Cendrawasih Bay. Laurent Pouyand, Kadarusman and Sudarto.
  • “Old Tank” Syndrome … Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Fens of Fraser Island …
  • Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum – Flyspecked Hardyhead.

Number 3 – March 2011

  • Fishes of Bribie Island. Adrian Dawson.
  • Melanotaenia fredericki (Fowler, 1939) Sorong Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Blind Cave Fish Found in West Papua.
  • Burrum River. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Aquarium design & Fish Welfare. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 4 – April 2011

  • ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip – February 2011. Darren Smith.
  • The Goyder River Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Australian Freshwater Crabs. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Anchor Worm. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 5 – May 2011

  • Tweed River – NSW. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Brackish Water Aquarium. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fish Health, Disease and General Aquarium Care. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • New blind cave-fish found in Australia.
  • Euastacus morgani.
  • Marsilea … Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Incredible Airlift Filter … Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 6 – June 2011

  • Groote Eylandt. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Osphronemus goramy ~ Our First Exotic Tropical Fish? Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia splendida inornata – Larvae Feeding Trials.
  • Fortescue River Western Australia. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 7 – July 2011

  • Stradbroke Island Field Trip. Leo O’Reilly.
  • Nitrate Toxicity … Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Garden Ponds. Adrian Dawson.
  • Jeannie River. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 8 – August 2011

  • Davies Creek Revisted. Adrian Dawson.
  • World’s Smallest Aquarium.
  • Denariusa australis: the corect name for Denariusa bandata? Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ceratopteris. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Running River (Burdekin). Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Valley of Lagoons (Burdekin). Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 9 – September 2011

  • Cape Flattery ~ Hope Vale. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Mogurnda mogurnda (Richardson 1844) Common Name: Northern Purplespotted Gudgeon.
  • Oxyeleotris nullipora (Roberts 1978) Common Name: Poreless Gudgeon.
  • Giuris margaritacea (Valenciennes 1837) Common Name: Snakehead Gudgeon.
  • Ambassis agrammus Gunther 1867 Common Name: Sailfin Glassfish.
  • Retropinna semoni (Weber 1895) Australian Smelt.
  • Valley of Lagoons (Burdekin). Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 10 – October 2011

  • Ward River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fine fishy visitor stirs up the froth in Ekka’s Stewards Bar. Michael Madigan
  • Poor Little Fish Basin.
  • Mycobacteria Skin Infections.
  • Fish Heath, Disease & Diet. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The genomics of adaptation to environmental change in an ecologically important non-model aquatic organism. Steve Smith.
  • Nymphaea ondinea.
  • Limnophila.

Number 11 – November 2011

  • Six Months in Tassie with Peter Harris Part 1. Peter Harris.
  • Fine fishy visitor stirs up the froth in Ekka’s Stewards Bar. Michael Madigan.
  • To UV or not UV. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Yeates Creek. Adrian Dawson.
  • Redigobius balteatus (Herre 1935) Common name: Rhinohorn Goby.
  • Monodactylus argenteus (Linnaeus 1758) Common name: Diamondfish.
  • Lutjanus argentimaculatus (Forsskal 1775) Common name: Mangrove Jack.
  • De Grey River Western Australia. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 12 – December 2011

  • Nymphaea.
  • New species of Nymphaea …
  • Nymphaea kimberleyensis.
  • Myriophyllum jacobsii. M. L. Moody.
  • Keeping Gobies in Captivity. Adrian R. Tappin.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2012: Volume 21

Number 1 – January 2012

  • The future of aquarium magazines. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia salawati Kadarusman, Sudarto, Slembrouk and Pouyand, 2011 Salawati Rainbowfish. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • More than 1000 new species found in New Guinea. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Hunter River – NSW. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Aquarium nitrification revisited. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Genetic changes in our tropical rivers. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections. Alex Taylor.

Number 2 – February 2012

  • Collecting freshwater fishes in Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Life Begins With Live Food. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fishkeeping – Why do we bother? David Cooper.
  • The solution to pollution is dilution. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Bloomfield River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • A Touch of Garlic. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 3 – March 2012

  • Melanotaenia arfakensis Allen 1990 Common name: Arfak Rainbowfish. Adrian Tappin.
  • There’s a New Pet on the Block. David Cooper.
  • Archer River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Remarkable Rotifers. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum (Gunther 1867) Common name: Flyspecked Hardyhead. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Craterocephalus fulvus Ivantsoff, Crowley & Allen 1987 Common name: Unspecked Hardyhead. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Craterocephalus marjoriae Whitley 1948 Common name: Marjorie’s’ Hardyhead. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • The Pond That Baz Built…Barry Meiklejohn.

Number 4 – April 2012

  • Breeding Psuedomugil pellucidus. Hans Booij.
  • Dual Purpose Ponds. Fran Dawson.
  • Bulimba Creek. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Giant Kokopu in the Aquarium. David Cooper.
  • Six Months in Tassie with Peter Harris Part 2. Peter Harris.

Number 5 – May 2012

  • Morgunda adspersa (Castelnau 1878) Southern Purplespotted Gudgeon. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections. Alex Taylor.
  • NZ Native Freshwater Fish in Aquaculture. David Cooper.
  • Beneficial Brine Shrimp. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 6 – June 2012

  • Moggill & Gold Creeks Survey (2011). Graeme Finsen.
  • The Respiratory System in Ornamental Fishes. Helen E. Roberts and Stephen A. Smith.
  • Fish Euthanasia. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Pentecost River Western Australia. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples & Reflections. Caddie Brain.
  • Australian Freshwater Fish Distribution Records. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 7 – July 2012

  • Tin Can Bay – Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Adrian Tappin & Adrian Dawson.
  • Where to keep all the fishes? Silvia Krieg.
  • Caboolture River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 8 – August 2012

  • Tweed River New South Wales. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Ripples and Reflections.
  • Glossolepis incisus Weber 1907 Common Name: Salmon-Red Rainbowfish.
  • More than just fish tanks. Silvia Kreig.
  • Disease of Rainbowfishes – Chilodonella. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Fabulous Fairy Shrimp. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Robe River Western Australia. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 9 – September 2012

  • Four new species of Rainbowfishes (Melanotaeniidae) from Arguni Bay, West Papua, Indonesia.
  • Oxyeleotris aruensis (Weber 1911) Common Name: Aru Gudgeon.Fitzroy River Queensland. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Blowing My Own Trumpet … Gunther Schmida.

Number 10 – October 2012

  • Mary River Smelt (Retropinna sp.). Adrian Dawson & Adrian Tappin.
  • Ambassis macleayi (Castelnau 1878) Common Name: Macleay’s Glassfish.
  • Water Quality Testing. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Wonderful Worms. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Utricularia aurea Common Name: Golden Bladderwort.
  • Non-infectious Disease & Environmental Toxicities. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Pets & Popularity.

Number 11 – November 2012

  • ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip Report Tweed River – 16 September 2012. Leo O’Reilly.
  • Hydraulic Performance of Fish Tanks. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Culinary Cladocerans. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Tropidonophis mairii Gray 1841 Common Name: Keelback or Freshwater Snake. Karlina See Kee.
  • Vallisneria australis (River Ribbons).
  • Ducie-Dulhunty Catchment.

Number 12 – December 2012

  • New species of ‘living fossil’ discovered in our waterways.
  • Species Maintenance in Captivity. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Mattenfilter (Mat Filter). Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia sp. (Dekai). Johannes Graf.
  • Melanotaenia sp. (Rawarra Village). Johannes Graf.
  • Melanotaenia sp. (Pianfon Creek). Johannes Graf.
  • Jardine River. Adrian R. Tappin.

 

In-Stream Magazine 2013: Volume 22

Number 1 – January 2013

  • The Cooktown Connection: Surveying the Endeavour and McIvor River Systems 2010. Leo O’Reilly.

Number 2 – February 2013

  • The Dwarf Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia maccullochi). Gunther Schmida.
  • Buckingham River Northern Territory. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Stress & Aquarium Fishes. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Philypnodon macrostomus Hoese & Reader 2006 Common name: Dwarf Flathead Gudgeon. Adrian R. Tappin.

Number 3 – March 2013

  • Skeletal Deformities. Adrian Tappin.
  • Neales River South Australia. Adrian Tappin.
  • Chlamydogobius eremius (Zeitz 1896) Common name: Desert Goby. Adrian Tappin.
  • One Hundred Fifty Bridges to Sarmi. Gary Lange.
  • Craterocephalus stramineus (Whitley 1950) Common name: Blackmast. Adrian Tappin.

Number 4 – April 2013

  • Moyle River Northern Territory. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia nigrans – A Little History. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Potted Water Gardens. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Easy Native Fish. Adrian Dawson.

Number 5 – May 2013

  • Moa Island Fish Survey. Glynn Aland.
  • King Edward River Western Australia. Adrian R. Tappin.
  • Periphyton (epibiota).

Number 6 – June 2013

  • ANGFA (Qld) Field Trip – Sunshine Coast. David Roberts.
  • Craterocephalus fulvus Ivanstoff, Crowley & Allen 1987 Common name: Unspecked Hardyhead.
  • Prince Regent River Western Australia. Adrian Tappin.
  • Nannoperca pygmaea, a new species of pygmy perch (Teleostei: Perchthyidae) from Western Australia. David L. Morgan, Stephen J. Beatty & Mark Adams.
  • Fish Predation in Frog Ponds. Adrian Tappin.
  • Lilaeopsis – Swampstalks.
  • Moving Bed Biofilter System. Adrian Tappin.

Number 7 – July 2013

  • Mimulus Family: Phrymaceae, Common name: Monkey-flower.
  • Coleman River Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Public Aquariums
  • Rivers of Cape York Peninsula.
  • Fish Collecting. Glynn Aland.
  • Mogurnda clivicola Allen and Jenkins 1999, Flinders Ranges Morgunda.

Number 8 – August 2013

  • Do not take the quality of your tap water for granted. Adrian Tappin.
  • How to measure Chlorinr/Chloramine. Adrian Tappin.
  • Introduction to a Marine Nano Tank. Adrian Dawson.
  • The Mystery Snail Exposed. Adrian Tappin.
  • Archer River, Queensland.

Number 9 – September 2013

  • Mabiaug Island Fish Survey. Glynn ALand.
  • Hastings River, New South Wales. Adrian Tappin.
  • Camden Haven River.
  • Paramecia. Adrian Tappin.
  • Emydura macquarii, Macquarie Turtle.
  • Selecting a Commercial Fish Food. Adrian Tappin.

Number 10 – October 2013

  • Ducie River Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Blind Cave Gudgeons.
  • Macrobrachium lar Giant Jungle Prawn.
  • Glossostigma Common name: Mudmat.
  • Sicyopterus lagocephalus (Pallas, 1774) Blue Stream Goby. Adrian Tappin

Number 11 – November 2013

  • Report on the 2013 ANGFA Convention. Leo O’Reilly
  • Psuedomugil sp. “Red Neon”. Adrian Tappin
  • Cherax quaricarinatus Reclaw Crayfish.
  • Water Gardens. Adrian Tappin
  • Tilapia invade the Kikori… Arthur Georges

Number 12 – December 2013

  • Black River, Queensland. Adrian Tappin
  • Caridinia Typus, Milne Edwards 1837, Typical Caradina.
  • Ambassus agrammus, Gunther 1867, Sailfin Glassfish. Adrian Tappin
  • Brasenia schreberi. Adrian Tappin
  • Craterocephalus marianae, Ivanstoff, Crowley, & Allen 1987, Mariana’s Hardyhead. Adrian Tappin

 

In-Stream Magazine 2014: Volume 23

Number 1 – January 2014

  • Tasmanian Rivers and Fish.
  • Mudskippers. Adrian Tappin.
  • Giuris margaritacea (Valenciennes, 1837) Common name: Snakehead Gudgeon.
  • Life in Greenwater: The effect of microalgae on the survival and growth of rainbowfish larvae. Adrian Tappin.

Number 2 – February 2014

  • Pilbara Rivers and Fish. Adrian Tappin.
  • Deformities in Rainbowfishes. Adrian Tappin.
  • Piscicidal Plants.

Number 3 – March 2014

  • Calliope River, Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Australian Sicydiine Gobies. Adrian Tappin.
  • The Rhythms of Life. Adrian Tappin.
  • Does your tapwater smell like swimming pool water. Adrian Tappin.
  • Melanotaenia flavipinnis.
  • Triops australiensis (Spencer & Hall 1895) Common name: Shield Shrimp.

Number 4 – April 2014

  • Maria Creek, Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Glossogobius illimis Hoese & Allen 2011. Adrian Tappin.
  • Elseya irwini Irwins Snapping Turtle. Adrian Tappin.
  • Nymphoides. Adrian Tappin.
  • Notesthes robusta (Gunther 1860) Bullrout. Adrian Tappin.
  • Effects of Light on the Growth of Rainbowfish Larvae. Adrian Tappin.
  • Brisbane’s Drinking Water Linked to Mycobacterial Infections. Sandra Hutchinson.
  • Megalops cyprinoides (Brousonnet 1782) Common Name: Oxeye Herring.

Number 5 – May 2014

  • Don River, Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Curimundi, Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Insects: Food for your fishes? Adrian Tappin.
  • Rainbowfishes and Water Flow. Adrian Tappin.
  • Egg Disinfection. Adrian Tappin.

Number 6 – June 2014

  • Fitzroy River Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • Fitzroy River Turtle Rheodytes Leukops.
  • Neosiluris Ater (Perugia 1894) Common Name: Black Catfish.

Number 7 – July 2014

  • Conservation – not as easy as it looks…
  • Elizabeth Springs, Queensland. Adrian Tappin
  • Norman Creek, Brisbane. Adrian Tappin
  • Mugilogobius filifer Common Name: Mangrove Threadfin Goby.
  • Stream Classification. Adrian Tappin
  • Monodactylus argenteus (Linnaeus, 1758) Diamondfish. Adrian Tappin

Number 8 – August 2014

  • An underrated rainbowfish – Cairnsicthes rhombosomoides. Gunther Schmida.
  • Thoughts on Solar. Graeme Finsen.
  • Starcke Springs. Adrian Dawson & Adrian Tappin.
  • Dissolved Humic Substances. Adrian Tappin.
  • Tandanus tropicanus.
  • Mugilogobius platystomus. Adrian Tappin

Number 9 – September 2014

  • The Boyne River Queensland. Adrian Tappin
  • Bulimba Creek Brisbane. Adrian Tappin
  • The Peacock Gudgeon Tateurndina ocellicauda. Adrian Tappin
  • The Northern Snake-necked Turtle Chelodina oblonga
  • Chelodina [Macrodiremys] collei Southwestern Snake-necked Turtle Narrow-breasted Snake-necked Turtle .

Number 10 – October 2014

  • Report of Excursion to Kobble Creek (North Pine River) – October 6th 1935. A. Rudell
  • Haughton River Queensland. Adrian Tappin
  • Barratta Creek Queensland. Adrian Tappin
  • Iriatherina werneri Meinken, 1974 – Threadfin Rainbowfish. Adrian Tappin
  • Melanotaenia multiradiata Moswaren Rainbowfish.

Number 11 – November 2014

  • Report of Field Trip to Ipswich Hinterland August 2014. Graeme Finsen.
  • Star River Queensland. Adrian Tappin.
  • The Salmon Red Rainbowfish Glossolepis incisus. Adrian Tappin.
  • The Flatback Mangrove Goby Mugilobius platynotus.
  • Rainbowfishes & Temperature. Adrian Tappin.
  • The Golden Carp Gudgeon Hypseleotris aurea.

Number 12 – December 2014

  • Report of Excursion to Eatons Crossing Cedar Creek, Queensland 1930.
  • The Beylando River Queensland.
  • Rainbowfish Nutrition & Digestibility.
  • Agassiz’s Glassfish Ambassis adassizii.
  • The Freshwater Mangrove Goby.Mugilogobius notospilus.

 

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