Fishes of Sahul 2020 Hardcopy
Volume 34. High quality hardcopy A4 edition
2020 EDITION SOLD OUT IN AUSTRALIA and NORTH AMERICA
NB: A very limited number of the 2019 Hardcopy (Volume 33) remain available and can be purchased using the button below.
Fishes of Sahul Volume 33 is a single A4 size hardcopy edition. The four editions published digitally in 2019 contained many wonderful articles accompanied by a lot of fantastic photographs. Now you can have a copy for your collection, your library, as a gift, or just to enjoy at your leisure. Order and pay securely with your credit card using the button below.
Lenagan, J. 2020. Cairns to Weipa and back, through a new lens: Part 2. Gobioides of the Wet Tropics. Fishes of Sahul 34(4), 1642–1657.
Roberts, D. 2020. Conserving the Endangered Mary River Cod (Maccullochella mariensis): the difference one person can make. Fishes of Sahul 34(4), 1658–1675.
Martin, G., Unmack, P.J. & Scharpf, C. 2020. Fish in focus: Congolli Pseudaphritis urvillii (Pseudaphritidae). Fishes of Sahul 34(4), 1676–1688.
Evers, H-G. 2020. Some of the world’s most amazing Rainbowfishes from the karst rivers on the Central Ayamaru Plateau. Fishes of Sahul 34(3), 1610–1625.
Amick, P.K., Yarrao, M. & Storey, A. 2020. A review of the genus Kiunga (Teleostei: Pseudomugilidae), with notes on distribution, potential environmental impacts and recommendations for research and conservation. Fishes of Sahul 34(3), 1626–1636.
Cousins, J., Unmack, P.J. & Scharpf, C. 2020. Fish in focus: Sorong Rainbowfish Melanotaenia fredericki (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 34(3), 1637–1640.
Moy, K.G., Jones, M. & Unmack, P.J. 2020. Dust, ash, blackwater and mud: what have they done to my Darling Hardyhead?. Fishes of Sahul 34(2), 1550–1567.
Scharpf, C. 2020. Fishes of Sahul: an etymological survey (part 3). Fishes of Sahul 34(2), 1568–1582.
Moy, K.G., Wilson, D., Briggs, G., Hansen, B., Unmack, P.J. & Scharpf, C. 2020. Fish in foscus: Craterocephalus “stercusmuscarum” group species (Atherinidae). Fishes of Sahul 34(2), 1583–1608.
Martin, K. & Barclay, S. 2020. Impacts of a natural landslide on the fish community of a small tropical Queensland stream. Fishes of Sahul 34(1), 1520–1530.
Woodhouse, W. 2020. An urban oasis in south-eastern Sydney – the gudgeons of Cooper Park. Fishes of Sahul 34(1), 1531–1535.
Wilson, W. 2020. Aquarium fish food for omnivorous fishes and invertebrates – home made. Fishes of Sahul 34(1), 1536–1537.
Lange, G. 2020. Kill the creep – salt creep. Fishes of Sahul 34(1), 1538–1539.
Gauci, P, Lange, G., Wilson, D., Briggs, G., Unmack, P.J. & Scharpf, C. 2020. Fish in focus: Blueback Blue-eye Pseudomugil cyanodorsalis (Pseudomugilidae). Fishes of Sahul 34(1), 1540–1548.