FISHES OF SAHUL

Issue Index

Index by issue, authors and a list of new fishes described.

Volume 31(4) 2017 (December)

Volume 31(3) 2017 (September)

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. and Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in focus: Peacock Gudgeon Tateurndina ocellicauda (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 31(3), 1175–1180.

Volume 31(2) 2017 (June)

Martin, K. and 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. and Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in foscus: Crimson-spotted Rainbowfish Melanotaenia duboulayi (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(2), 1123–1141.

Volume 31(1) 2017 (March)

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. and Scharpf, C. 2017. Fish in focus: Hyrtl’s Catfish Neosilurus hyrtlii (Plotosidae). Fishes of Sahul 31(1), 1081–1093.

Volume 30(4) 2016 (December)

Unmack, P.J., Martin, K.C., Hammer, M.P., Ebner, B., Moy, K. & Brown C. 2016. Malanda Gold: the tale of a unique rainbowfish from the Atherton Tablelands, now on the verge of extinction. Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1039–1054.

Romanowski, N. 2016. Reticulated Freshwater Pipefish (Hippichthys heptogonus) and others. Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1055-1060.

Moores, G., Lenagan, J., Unmack, P.J., Martin, K.C. and Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in focus: Snakehead Gudgeon Giuris margaritacea (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1061-1066.

Volume 30(3) 2016 (September)

Thierbach, B. 2016. Empire Gudgeon: one more breeding attempt. Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1010–1014.

Martin, K. 2016. Black-banded Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia nigrans) in the Queensland Wet Tropics – a failed translocation? Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1015–1020.

Wager, R.N.E. 2016. First successful rearing of Hypseleotris compressa larvae in aquaria. A long lost article by Rob Wager (written circa 1991) with annotations added 2016. Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1021–1024.

Unmack, P.J. 2016. Update on saving Running River Rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1025–1032.

Unmack, P.J., Hansen, B., Briggs, G., Stanton, M., Scharpf, C. and Gill, A. 2016. Fish in focus: Empire Gudgeon Hypseleotris compressa (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1033–1037.

Volume 30(2) 2016 (June)

Graf, J. and Lange, G. 2016. Discovering Melanotaenia bowmani and Melanotaenia grunwaldi. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 980–988.

Hansen, B. and Constable, R. 2016. Blue-eye diversity in Australia, including new distribution locality records with a focus on Torres Strait Islands. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 989–996.

Romanowski, N. 2016. Giant water beetles and water tigers: serious predators on a small scale. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 997–1001.

Tappin, A., Briggs, G., Wilson, D. and Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in foscus: Blackmast Craterocephalus stramineus (Atherinidae). Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 1002–1008.

Volume 30(1) 2016 (March)

Eisemberg, C.C. and Berra, T.M. 2016. Fish species sold in the Kikori market, Papua New Guinea, with reference to the nurseryfish, Kurtus gulliveri (Perciformes: Kurtidae). Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 942–949.

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2016. Pseudomugil luminatus, a new species of blue-eye (Teleostei: Pseudomugilidae) from southern New Guinea, with notes on P. gertrudae. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 950–961.

Martin, K.C. and Barclay, S. 2016. A review of the distribution and status of ‘Burdekin rainbowfish’ populations in north Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 962–972.

Briggs, G., Sambell, B., Hansen, B. and Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in focus: coal grunter Hephaestus carbo. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 973–978.

Volume 29(4) 2015 (December)

Roberts, D. 2015. What is the future of the critically endangered Elizabeth Springs goby? Fishes of Sahul 29(4), 922–933.

Unmack, P.J. and Hammer, M.P. 2015. Burdekin rainbowfish on the verge of disappearing from Running River! Fishes of Sahul 29(4), 933–937.

Shoesmith, D. 2015. Unusual coloured Galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 29(4), 937-940.

Volume 29(3) 2015 (September)

Allen, G.R. 2015. In the footsteps of Wallace: 2013 Aru Islands expedition. Fishes of Sahul 29(3), 894–903.

Briggs, G. 2015. A quick trip for rhads (ornate rainbowfish). Fishes of Sahul 29(3), 904–913.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2015. Melanotaenia of New Guinea and the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (continued from Vol. 29 No. 2). Fishes of Sahul 29(3), 913–920.

Volume 29(2) 2015 (June)

Graf, J., Herder, F. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), Melanotaenia garylangei, from western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 29(2), 870–881.

O’Reilly, L. 2015. Breeding the honey blue-eye (Pseudomugil mellis). Fishes of Sahul 29(2), 882–887.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2015. Melanotaenia of New Guinea and the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (continued). Fishes of Sahul 29(2), 888–892.

Volume 29(1) 2015 (March)

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. Melanotaenia rubrivittata, a new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northwestern Papua Province, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 846–859.

Lange, G., Graf, J. and Dority, D. 2015. Were those red laser “stripes” really worth it? – the hunt for the Wapoga red laser rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 859–865.

Shoesmith, D. 2015. A community hero – the dwarf flathead gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 866–868.

Volume 28(4) 2014 (December)

Tustin, D.P.S. 2014. Melanotaenia of New Guinea and the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Fishes of Sahul 28(4), 826–832.

Romanowski, N. 2014. Freshwater crayfishes in the Otway Ranges, south-western Victoria: it’s a long story. Fishes of Sahul 28(4),833–838.

Schmida, G. 2014. An underrated rainbowfish: Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides. Fishes of Sahul 28(4),839–844.

Volume 28(3) 2014 (September)

Kerezsy, A. 2014. Red-finned blue-eye: the story so far. Fishes of Sahul 28(3),806–812.

Aland, G. 2014. Moa Island fish survey. Fishes of Sahul 28(3), 812–817.

Littlejohn, P. 2014. Notes on an ancient and tiny crustacean, the syncarid: Koonunga cursor. Fishes of Sahul 28(3),818–824.

Volume 28(2) 2014 (June)

Maebe, G. 2014. Expedition to West Papua 2012. Fishes of Sahul 28(2), 780–798.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2014. The names you know, the people you don’t: Hendrikus Albertus Lorentz. Fishes of Sahul 28(2), 799–804.

Volume 28(1) 2014 (March)

Aland, G. 2014. Mabuiag Island fish survey. Fishes of Sahul 28(1), 774–782.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2014. The names you know, the people you don’t: James Douglas Ogilby. Fishes of Sahul 28(1), 783–788.

Volume 27(4) 2013 (December)

Carmody, G. 2013. Ivantsoff’s blue-eye – emblem of Timika. Fishes of Sahul 27(4), 758–761.

Graf, J. and Lange, G. 2013. Exploring the Siriwo River in New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 27(4), 762–772.

Volume 27(3) 2013 (September)

Maebe, G. 2013. Aquarists at the service of science. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 742–748.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2013. The names you know, the people you don’t: Dr. Marinus Boesman. Fishes of Sahul 27(3), 749–752.

Yuen, D., Beard, B. and Wilson, D. 2013. Chameleon shrimp - Caridina sp. WA-4, collection and captive husbandry in the aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 27(3), 753–756.

Volume 27(2) 2013 (June)

Schmida, G. 2013. The dwarf rainbowfish Melanotaenia maccullochi – Ogilby, 1915. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 726–734.

Anon 2013. Vale – Norbert Grunwald – 25-04-1936 – 17-04-2013. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 734.

O’Reilly, L. 2013. The Cooktown connection: surveying the Endeavour and McIvor river systems 2010 – Part 2. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 735–740.

Volume 27(1) 2013 (March)

O’Reilly, L. 2013. The Cooktown connection: surveying the Endeavour and McIvor river systems 2010 – Part 1. Fishes of Sahul 27(1), 710–718.

Romanowski, N. 2013. Notes on two Galaxias species in south-western Victoria: Part 2: the coastal form. Fishes of Sahul 27(1), 719–724.

Volume 26(3) 2012 (December)

Tucceri, T. 2012. Conservation of Galaxiella pusilla re-visited. Fishes of Sahul 26(3), 694–700.

Schmida, G. 2012. Blowing my own trumpet. Fishes of Sahul 26(3), 701–708.

Volume 26(2) 2012 (August)

Bowman, R. 2012. Some observations on rainbowfish behaviour. Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 678–681.

Romanowski, N. 2012. Notes on two Galaxias species in south-western Victoria: Part 1: landlocked forms. Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 681–686.

Abell, M. 2012. Native plants for aquaria (Part 2). Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 687–692.

Volume 26(1) 2012 (June)

Briggs, G. 2012. Utchee Creek rainbowfish (at Utchee and elsewhere). Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 662–667.

Anon 2012. Fishes of Sahul editor retires – “thank you Rudie”. Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 667.

Littlejohn, P. 2012. A rare find from the Lang Lang River – Neochanna cleaveri. Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 668–672.

Abell, M. 2012. Native plants for aquaria (Part 1). Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 673–676.

Volume 25(3) 2011 (December)

Taxacher, M. 2011. Mugilogobius chulae and some other members of the genus. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 642–649.

Maebe, G. 2011. Rainbowfishes’ first migration to Europe. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 650–655.

O’Reilly, L. 2011. Recent rhad discoveries. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 656–658.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Alpine spiny-cray. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 659–660.

Volume 25(2) 2011 (June)

Graf, J. 2011. Van Heurn’s rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 25(2), 622–629.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Budj Bim fishes. Fishes of Sahul 25(2), 630–640.

Volume 25(1) 2011 (March)

Allen, G.R. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2011. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), from western New Guinea (West Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 602–607.

Schnell, M. 2011. Brackish creek fishes of Narrabeen Lake. Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 608–617.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Upper-Murray Galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 618–619.

Volume 24(3) 2010 (November)

Tustin, D.P.S. 2010. Searching for the Ifaupan River. A remote “e”-xploration of Palau Misool. Fishes of Sahul 24(3), 582–592.

Aland, G. 2010. Range extension for Porochilus rendahli and new record for the Murray Darling catchment. Fishes of Sahul 24(3), 593–595.

Schmida, G. 2010. Dance of the butterflies. Fishes of Sahul 24(3), 596–600.

Volume 24(2) 2010 (August)

Briggs, G. 2010. Glorious empire gudgeons. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 562.

Schmida, G. 2010. Pretty pictures. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 563–575.

Romanowski, N. 2010. The emergence of the blue-spotted hawker dragonfly. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 576–580.

Volume 24(1) 2010 (May)

Lo, A. 2010. The Mermaid Pool climbing Cox’s gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 542–543.

Maebe, G. 2010. ANZ (Australia – New Zealand) fish-safari. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 544–555.

Romanowski, N. 2010. Moulting and mating in the freshwater crab. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 556–560.

Volume 23(3) 2009 (December)

O’Reilly, L., Hansen, B., Moores, G. and Wilson, D. 2009. Heli-fishing the upper Katherine River. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 522–531.

Briggs, G. 2009. Australian purple-spotted gudgeons. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 532–535.

Powell, A. 2009. Chilatherina fasciata, Lake Wanam. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 536–537.

Littlejohn, P. 2009. Freshwater polychaete in Australia. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 538–540.

Anon 2009. Erratum to V23-2. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 540.

Volume 23(2) 2009 (April-July)

Graf, J. and Ohee, H.L. 2009. Glossolepis from northern New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 23(2), 504–512.

Stanton, M. and Turner, G. 2009. Observations of eel-tailed catfish migrating. Fishes of Sahul 23(2), 513–517.

Kuiter, R.H. 2009. Galaxias maculatus – common jollytail. Fishes of Sahul 23(2), 518–520.

Volume 23(1) 2009 (January-March)

Graf, J. 2009. Two new rainbowfishes (Melanotaenia affinis “Bonggo” and Melanotaenia sp. “Suswa Village”). Fishes of Sahul 23(1), 478–481.

Schnell, M. 2009. Feeder creek fishes of Narrabeen Lagoon. Fishes of Sahul 23(1), 482–498.

Kuiter, R. 2009. Freshwater blackfishes. Fishes of Sahul 23(1), 499–500.

Volume 22(4) 2008 (October-December)

O’Reilly, L. 2008. Weipa wanderings (part 2). Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 454–465.

Bleher, H. 2008. A Pseudomugil account. Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 466–470.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2008. Euastacus maccai, a new freshwater crayfish from New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 471–476.

Volume 22(3) 2008 (July-September)

Allen, G.R. 2008. Return to Arguni. Fishes of Sahul 22(3), 430–439.

O’Reilly, L. 2008. Weipa wanderings (part 1). Fishes of Sahul 22(3), 440–452.

Volume 22(2) 2008 (April-June)

O’Reilly, L. and Reid, A. 2008. ANGFA-QLD 2008 field trip to the western rivers. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 406–413.

Kuiter, R.H. 2008. The southern pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 414–417.

Briggs, G. 2008. ANGFA-VIC 2008 field trip to Shepparton. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 418–422.

Walstad, D. 2008. Managing mycobacteriosis. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 423–427.

Hammer, M. 2008. Amazing rediscovery in South Australia. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 428.

Volume 22(1) 2008 (January-March)

Bowman, R. 2008. Significant signifers. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 382–389.

Hammer, M. and Wedderburn, S. 2008. The threatened Murray hardyhead. Natural history and captive rearing. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 390–399.

Keller, K. and Brown, C. 2008. A new sighting of the Oxleyan pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 400–404.

Volume 21(3-4) 2007 (July-December)

Maddern, M. 2007. The one-spot livebearer: another introduced ornamental fish in Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 342–347.

Powell, A. 2007. Hermaphrodite rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 348–349.

Walker, G. and Walker, D. 2007. Red mud riverland – Renmark. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 350–352.

Allen, M. 2007. Rediscovery of a jewel. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 353–363.

Abell. M. and Girkin, D. 2007. 2006 ANGFA combined clubs field trip. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 364–374.

Kuiter, R.H. 2007. Hazelwood Pondage cichlids. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 375–380.

Volume 21(2) 2007 (April-June)

Briggs, G. 2007. A week in the Wet Tropics. Fishes of Sahul 21(2), 318–333.

Unmack, P.J. 2007. The Batanta and Waigeo rainbowfishes, further clarified. Fishes of Sahul 21(2), 334–336.

Shoesmith, D. 2007. The fishes I wished and missed. Fishes of Sahul 21(2), 337–340.

Volume 21(1) 2007 (January-March)

Armstrong, N. 2007. South east Arnhem Land. Fishes of Sahul 21(1), 294–307.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2007. Euastacus pilosus n. sp., a new crayfish from the highland forests of northern New South Wales, Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(1), 308–316.

Volume 20(4) 2006 (October-December)

Moores, G. 2006. Gap Creek rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 270–271.

Kuiter, R. 2006. Coward Springs country. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 272–276.

Carmody, G. 2006. The fishes of Cooloola. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 277–283.

Mailliet, C. 2006. Cling gobies from Biak. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 284–287.

Mathews, G., Kuiter, R.H. and Walker, G. 2006. Desert trilling frog. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 288–292.

Volume 20(3) 2006 (July-September)

Carmody, G. and Smith, L. 2006. The western minnow. Fishes of Sahul 20(3), 246–251.

Kuiter, R.H. 2006. Torrens catchment’s Lake Eyre hardyhead. Fishes of Sahul 20(3), 252–265.

Wilson, D. 2006. Bedjal – the famous red rainbowfish from Arnhem Land. Fishes of Sahul 20(3), 266–268.

Volume 20(2) 2006 (April-June)

Bowman, R. 2006. A surprise guest: Melanotaenia gracilis, the slender rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 222–225.

Bleher, H. 2006. Australia's outback 2005. 8,000 km across Australia's outback following the 2005 ANGFA Convention. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 226–243.

Armstrong, N. 2006. Tri's in the Daintree. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 244.

Volume 20(1) 2006 (January-March)

Abell, M. 2006. Lidwill's dwarf goby. Fishes of Sahul 20(1), 198–201.

Kuiter, R.H. 2006. Wild Tasmania. Fishes of Sahul 20(1), 202–220.

Volume 19(4) 2005 (October-December)

Briggs, G. 2005. Murray River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 174–176.

Mathews, G., Walker, G., Mathwin, R. and Hammer, M. 2005. Spring tides, Galaxias and the River Torrens, South Australia. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 177–186.

Hansen, B. 2005. Snakehead gudgeon observation. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 187–190.

Coughran, J. 2005. Cherax leckii n. sp. (Decapoda: Parastacidae), a new crayfish from coastal, northeastern New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 191–196.

Volume 19(3) 2005 (July-September)

Briggs, G. 2005. Victoria's brackish gobies. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 150–153.

Sambell, B. 2005. Expedition to the Barcoo River. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 154–159.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. More on dwarf galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 160–163.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. Common carp, its origin. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 164–166.

Leckie, S. and Coughran, J. 2005. Euastacus suttoni (Clark 1941), the New England Crayfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 167–172.

Volume 19(2) 2005 (April-June)

Mailliet, C. and Saunders, A. 2005. Madagascar rainbowfish. Notes on some recently discovered Bedotia species. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 126–134.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. Gerald R. Allen explores the Solomon Islands. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 135–139.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. What is a species anyway? Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 140–141.

Armstrong, N. 2005. Melanotaenia inornata - the chequered rainbowfish. One of Australia’s most ignored rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 141–142.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2005. News from the wilderness of crayfish research. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 143–148.

Volume 19(1) 2005 (January-March)

Raadik, T.A. 2005. Dorrigo Plateau – a biodiversity “hot-spot” for galaxiids. Fishes of Sahul 19(1), 97–107.

Bleher, H. 2005. Batanta, Waigeo and Misool rainbowfish clarification. Fishes of Sahul 19(1), 108–119.

Walker, G. and Walker, D. 2005. Congolli’s past and future in South Australia. Fishes of Sahul 19(1), 120–124.

Volume 18(4) 2004 (October-December)

Walker, G. 2004. An isolated desert fish in the Lake Torrens catchment. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 74–79.

Romanowski, N. 2004. Notes on dwarf galaxias Galaxiella pusilla. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 80–86.

Allen, G.R. 2004. Two new species of gobiid fishes (Lentipes and Stenogobius) from fresh waters of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 87–96.

Volume 18(3) 2004 (July-September)

Knight, J. and Butler, G. 2004. Conserving threatened Australian fishes: Nannoperca oxleyana and Maccullochella ikei. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 50–57.

Mailliet, C. 2004. “Those little red fish” Melanotaenia parva and Glossolepis pseudoincisus. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 58–67.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Cathedral Rock National Park. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 68–72.

Volume 18(2) 2004 (April-June)

Pierce, B., Young, M. and Sim, T. 2004. South Australia’s Flinders Ranges fishes. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 25–41.

Leggett, R. 2004. Rivers I have known – Burdekin River. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 42–43.

Wilson, D. 2004. The late dry season fish of Arrinyaki Creek. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 44–47.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Myora Springs surprise. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 48.

Volume 18(1) 2004 (January-March)

Hammer, M. and Horne, P. 2004. Threatened ecological communities of South Australia’s south-east. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 2–7.

Walsh, D. and Chang-Kum, K. 2004. Victoria’s south-west. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 8–15

Leggett, R. 2004. Rivers I have known – King George River. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 16–17.

Mailliet, C. 2004. The Waigeo rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 18–20.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Australian fairy shrimp. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 21–22.

Armstrong, N. 2004. Walker River’s marbled frog. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 23–24.

Volume 17(3&4) 2003 (September-December)

Bowman, R. 2003. Celebrating 20 years of Fishes of Sahul. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 950.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. Discovering Ewens pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 952–959.

Schmida, G. 2003. Cheeky little buggers - a look at Australian blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 960–975.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. More on Galaxias fuscus. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 976–977.

Allen, G.R. 2003. Allomogurnda, a new genus of gudgeon (Eleotrididae) from fresh waters of New Guinea, with descriptions of seven new species. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 978–997.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. Special spiny crays. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 998–1000.

Volume 17(2) 2003 (May-June)

Allen, G.R. 2003. Unexplored islands of Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 17(2), 925–948.

Volume 17(1) 2003 (March-April)

Leggett, R. 2003. Rivers I have known - Drysdale River. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 902–905.

Bowman, R. 2003. The self-replicating werneri population. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 906–913.

Howe, G. 2003. Are Australian native fish better at eating mosquito larvae than introduced Gambusia holbrooki? Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 914–915.

Howe, G. 2003. Distribution of Gambusia holbrooki in the Myall River. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 916–920.

Volume 16(4) 2002 (December)

Bowman, R. 2002. Mellis in Melbourne. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 878–883.

Romanowski, N. 2002. Water tigers: dragonflies in the pond. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 884–887.

Bell, G. 2002. Red-eyed tree frog. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 888–891.

Armstrong, N. 2002. Mangrove gobies. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 892–897.

Briggs, G. 2002. Purple-spotted gudgeons without the spots? Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 898–900.

Volume 16(3) 2002 (October-November)

Unmack, P. 2002. Darwin rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 854–863.

Sambell, B. 2002. Saratoga. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 864–870.

Romanowski, N. 2002. The marshworts: Nymphoides. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 871–874.

Coleman, N. 2002. Not your ordinary freshwater crab. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 875–876.

Volume 16(2) 2002 (May-June)

Raadik, T.A. and Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Kosciuszko Galaxias: a story of confusion and imminent peril. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 830–835.

Joss, J. 2002. Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 836–844.

Romanowski, N. 2002. Floating-leaf pondweeds: the game of the name. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 845–847.

Delventhal, N.R. 2002. “Sex change” in desert gobies: could there be two explanations for the rumour? Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 848–849.

Girkin, D. 2002. The Sorong rainbowfish Melanotaenia fredericki. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 850.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Bellinger River, NSW. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 851–852.

Volume 16(1) 2002 (February-March)

Wilson, D. 2002. A visit with the Djelk rangers of central Arnhem Land. Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 806–814.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. North Stradbroke Island, Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 815–819.

Hammer, M. 2002. Natural habitat, spawning and rearing of the Dalhousie catfish. Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 820–827.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Spider? Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 828.

Volume 15(4) 2001 (November-December)

Kuiter, R.H. 2001. Blind gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 782–784.

Raadik, T.A. 2001. When is a mountain galaxias not a mountain galaxias? Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 785–789.

Crockford, B. 2001. Chilatherina axelrodi. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 790–795.

Romanowski, N. 2001. Sacred lotus – native and exotic. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 796–798.

Briggs, G. 2001. The spotted rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 798–802.

Littlejohn, P. 2001. The little Aussie battler. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 803.

Kuiter, R.H. 2001. Diving freshwater. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 804.

Volume 15(3) 2001 (September-October)

Trneny, C. 2001. A day time view of a night time fish. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 758–765.

Allen, G.R. 2001. A new species of rainbowfish (Glossolepis: Melanotaeniidae) from Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 766–775.

Crockford, B. 2001. Lake Wanam fasciata Chilatherina fasciata wanamensis, a subspecies in trouble. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 776–779.

Kuiter, R. 2001. Diving freshwater. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 780.

Volume 15(2) 2001 (June-July)

Briggs, G. 2001. Finke Mogurnda. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 734–739.

Armstrong, N. 2001. Desert gobies Chlamydogobius. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 740–749.

Chang-kum, K. 2001. Frogs in a fish-room. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 750–751.

Briggs, G. 2001. Laura River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 752–753.

Littlejohn, P. 2001. The unnamed yabbie from Victoria. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 754–756.

Volume 15(1) 2001 (March-April)

Bleher, H. 2001. The search for Melanotaenia angfa. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 710–719.

Chuah, E., Smith, L. and Wilson, D. 2001. Ondinia purpurea den Hartog (Nymphaeaceae) a personal journey. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 720–725.

Aarn and Ivantsoff, W. 2001. Predation on native fishes by Gambusia holbrooki in the Orara River, New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 726–732.

Volume 14(3) 2000 (October)

Armstrong, N. 2000. Arafura Swamp. Fishes of Sahul 14(3), 693–698.

Hansen, B. 2000. “Starke” raving mad. Fishes of Sahul 14(3), 699–708.

Volume 14(2) 2000 (June-July)

Malcolm, H. and Graham, P. 2000. Freshwater fishes of Hinchinbrook Island. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 669–679.

Aarn and Ivantsoff, W. 2000. Cranial, cartilage formation and calcification sequences of Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 680–685.

Allen, G.R. and Jenkins, A.P. 2000. Australian freshwater gudgeons, genus Mogurnda. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 686–689.

Bowman, R. 2000. Observations of the spawning of the rhino-horn goby Redigobius baleatus. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 690–692.

Volume 14(1) 2000 (March)

Unmack, P.J. 2000. The genus Hypseleotris of southeastern Australia, its identification and breeding biology. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 645–657.

Komori, K. 2000. Glassfish and systematics, endangered subject behind the scene of glassfish study. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 657–662.

Hansen, B. 2000. Tune in and turn on to grunters. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 663–666.

Briggs, G. 2000. A crazy name for a “crazy fish”. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 666–668.

Volume 13(3) 1999 (October)

Crockford, B. 1999. Lake Wanam revisited – a habitat under threat. Lake Wanam survey. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 621–629.

Crockford, B., Littlejohn, P. and Vincent, M. 1999. The Lake Wanam rainbowfish, Papua New Guinea field expedition. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 629–638.

Briggs, G. 1999. Yarra pygmy perch Edelia obscura. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 638–641.

ANGFA Victoria. 1999. Field trip results – Port Fairy 28-29/3/98. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 641–642.

Olney, D. 1999. Observations of pygmy perch (Edelia obscura) in an aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 642.

Hansen, B. 1999. A Queensland quandary. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 643–644.

Volume 13(2) 1999 (June-July)

Hansen, B. 1999. Peace at the olive branch. Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 605–608.

Luxon, R. 1999. Two new Melanotaenia trifasciata morphs from the Weipa spring country. Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 609–611.

Howe, E. 1999. The breeding and embryology of the desert goby, Chlamydogobius eremius (Zietz, 1896). Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 611–613.

Yakovlevich, P. 1999. Fingerprinting fishes. Detection of generic, interspecific and intraspecific variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene of silverside fishes (Atherinomorpha: Atherinidae) using PCR/SSCP and DNA sequencing. Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 614–620.

Volume 13(1) 1999 (March)

Bowman, R. 1999. Twelve spotted blue-eye morphs – a study of variations within the Pseudomugil gertrudae species. Fishes of Sahul 13(1), 589–595.

Hansen, B. 1999. Kimberley cool. Fishes of Sahul 13(1), 595–604.

Volume 12(3) 1998 (October)

Crockford, B. 1998. Melanotaenia goldei. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 573–575.

Allen, G.R. 1998. Irian adventures. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 575–582.

Hansen, B. 1998. Aquatic plants of Sahul: aquatic plants from New Guinea – the genus Cryptocoryne. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 583–588.

Volume 12(2) 1998 (June-July)

Briggs, G. 1998. Conquering the mountain (rainbowfish that is). Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 557–560.

Crockford, B. 1998. Pseudomugil paskai. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 561–562.

Bowman, R. 1998. A rainbowfish guards his spawning site. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 562.

Armstrong, N. 1998. The Mamberamo River’s mighty multisquamatus. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 563–565.

Bollig, H.F. 1998. The extended phenotype. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 566–568.

Armstrong, N. 1998. A very new goby. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 569–570.

Armstrong, N. 1998. Aquatic plants of Sahul: Pogosteman stellatus syn. Dysophylla stellata. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 571–572.

Volume 12(1) 1998 (March)

Lo, A. 1998. The Galaxias brevipinnis of Curl Curl Creek. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 541–551.

Hansen, B. 1998. Gulliveri’s travels. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 551–552.

Briggs, G. 1998. Murray-Darling Mogurnda adspersa. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 553–556.

Volume 11(3) 1997 (October)

Hunter, R. 1997. Glossolepis ramuensis the Ramu rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 525–526.

Hansen, B. 1997. Lawn Hill’s gorgeous gorge. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 527–532.

Bowman, R. 1997. Rainbowfishes in a small gene pool – a review. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 532–538.

Armstrong, N. 1997. Aquatic plants of Sahul: Aponogeton bullosus (and some comments on A. elongatus). Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 539–540.

Volume 11(2) 1997 (June)

Crockford, B. 1997. Kiunga ballochii. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 505–507.

Aarn, Ivantsoff, W. and Hansen, B. 1997. East Coast sympatry: differential development characteristics of two rainbowfish and a blue-eye (Teleostei: Atheriniformes: Melanotaeniidae and Pseudomugilidae) of eastern Australia, with a discussion of adult preferences. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 507–519.

Hansen, B. 1997. In Deepwater near 1770. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 519–520.

Armstrong, N. 1997. The continuing trifasciata saga. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 521–524.

Volume 11(1) 1997 (March)

Schmida, G. 1997. What’s in a name anyway. My thoughts on the genus Melanotaenia. Fishes of Sahul 11(1), 481–500.

Hansen, B. 1997. Zany Zenarchopterus. Fishes of Sahul 11(1), 501–503.

Fletcher, A. 1997. An aquarium spawning of the dwarf flathead gudgeon Philypnodon sp. 1. Fishes of Sahul 11(1), 503–504.

Volume 10(3) 1996 (October)

Bowman, R. 1996. To the Pascoe – and beyond. Fishes of Sahul 10(3), 465–478.

Armstrong, N. 1996. Eriocaulon setaceum – aquatic plants of Sahul. Fishes of Sahul 10(3), 479–480.

Volume 10(2) 1996 (June-July)

Armstrong, N. 1996. The beauty of Peppimenarti country. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 449–454.

Herbert, B. 1996. The Claudies – worth a second look. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 454–459.

Unmack, P.J. 1996. The unique Cooper Creek catfish from central Australia. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 460–464.

Volume 10(1) 1996 (March)

Caughey, A. 1996. The Murray cod – myth and magic. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 433–439.

Dawson, A. and Dawson, F. 1996. Magnificent Wallaby Creek rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 439–443.

Leggett, R. 1996. Salted rainbows, the perfect hors-d’oeuvre. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 443–444.

Bollig, H.F. 1996. Looking beyond the border of the aquarium: cannibalism in rainbowfishes – an “efficient” strategy? Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 444–448.

Volume 9(3) 1995 (October)

Hansen, B. 1995. Kikori kaleidoscope. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 417–423.

Armstrong, N. and Bowman, R. 1995. Melanotaenia trifasciata – a habitat guide. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 424–426.

Herbert, B.W., Midgley, S.H. and Midgley, M.M. 1995. Records of Thryssa scratchleyi in Queensland and the Northern Territory. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 427–429.

Tappin, A.R. 1995. Redfinned blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 430–432.

Volume 9(2) 1995 (June)

Armstrong, N. 1995. A dwarf maccullochi in the Northern territory. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 401–404.

Tappin, A.R. 1995. Blue-eyes revisited. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 405–411.

Hansen, B. 1995. Inconspicuous by name and nature. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 412–414.

Walker, T.G. 1995. Mogurnda species “Balcanoona”. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 414–416.

Volume 9(1) 1995 (February)

Bleher, H. 1995. The fish of the century – or just of the decade. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 385–391.

Hansen, B. 1995. Walker River walkabout – a rich tapestry. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 391–396.

Caughey, A. 1995. Aquarium notes on keeping the tupong – Pseudaphritis urvillii. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 397–398.

Unmack, P.J. and Paras, G.J. 1995. Galaxiella pusilla: around Melbourne, going going, nearly gone. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 398–400.

Volume 8(3) 1994 (September)

Leggett, R. 1994. Collecting in the Kimberley. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 369–373.

Allen, G.R. 1994. The ANGFA rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 374–379.

Hansen, B. 1994. A look at Hinchinbrook. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 379–382.

Hand, K. 1994. Desert rainbows (part 2). Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 382–384.

Volume 8(2) 1994 (March)

Hand, K. 1994. Desert rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 353–357.

Hansen, B. 1994. A splendid area for splendida’s. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 357–359.

ANGFA (QLD) Inc. 1994. Survey results Cape York, October 1991. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 359–365.

Gough, K. 1994. Townsville blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 365.

Romanowski, N. 1994. Apparent hermaphrodism in Melanotaenia fluviatilis. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 366.

Hansen, B. 1994. The spangled perch – Leiopotherapon unicolor. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 367–368.

Volume 8(1) 1993 (August) (new front cover)

Allen, G.R. 1993. Australia’s rarest rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 337–340.

Hansen, B. 1993. A top trip to the tip – the ANGFA Cape York Expedition, 1991. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 341–345.

Leggett, R. 1993. Freshwater fishes of Iron Range and adjoining areas. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 346–347.

Johnson, J. 1993. The fishes of the Brisbane River. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 347–352.

Volume 7(4) 1993 (February) (new banner)

Bowman, R. 1993. Melanotaenia splendida australis – the western rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 325–327.

Armstrong, N. 1993. Re-discovering Galaxias fuscus. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 328–329.

McLaren, R. 1993. Records on collecting gertrudae. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 330.

Gough, K. 1993. Almost “freshwater” fishes NQ. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 330–332.

Caughey, A. and Armstrong, N. 1993. A code of ethics for ANGFA fishkeepers. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 332–334.

Hume, S. 1993. Lake Eacham update. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 334–336.

Volume 7(3) 1992 (September)

Hansen, B. 1992. A forgotten jewel – Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 313–317.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1992. Rhadinocentrus ornatus survey records. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 317–318.

Caughey, A. 1992. Some aquarium notes on Galaxias truttaceus. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 319.

Zhu, D. 1992. Rainbow fish – another method for identification. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 320–321.

Unmack, P. 1992. Victorian pygmy perches. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 321–323.

Briggs, G. 1992. Blue-eye trouble shooting (revisited). Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 323–324.

Volume 7(2) 1992 (March)

Hansen, B. 1992. Next time I’ll linger longer at the wonderful Wonga! Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 301–303.

Hansen, B., Wilson, D. and Dawson, A. 1992. Summary – fish distribution survey. Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 303–305.

Ivantsoff, W. and Crowley, L. 1992. Rainbowfishes from the Atherton Tablelands. Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 305–310.

Wager, R. 1992. The, Oxleyan pygmy perch. Maintaining breeding populations. Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 310–312.

Volume 7(1) 1991 (October)

Bowman, R. and Armstrong, N. 1991. Melanotaenia trifasciata – a multiplicity of morphs. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 292–293.

Hansen, B. 1991. The golden fishes of Goanna Lagoon. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 294–295.

Short, J.W. 1991. Predatory behaviour of the spangled perch, Leiopotherapon unicolor Günther on the river prawn, Macrobrachium australiense Holthius under laboratory conditions. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 296–300.

Lewis, M. and Lewis, C. 1991. Melanotaenia trifasciata (Rendahl) from Eliot Creek, Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 289–292.

Volume 6(4) 1991 (July)

Ivantsoff, W., Unmack, P., Saeed, B. and Crowley, L.E.L.M. 1991. A redfinned blue-eye, a new species and genus of the family Pseudomugilidae from central western Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 277–282.

Unmack, P. and Brumley, C. 1991. Initial observations on spawning and conservation status of redfinned blue-eye (Scaturinichthys vermeilipinnis). Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 282–284.

Hansen, B. 1991. Top fish from the Top End. Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 285–287.

Dawson, A. 1991. The mysterious nursery fish, (Kurtidae Family). Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 287–288.

Volume 6(3) 1991 (April)

Bowman, R. 1991. The Oktedi rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 6(3), 265–267.

Howe, E. and Howe, C. 1991. Seasonal reproductive activity in two populations of the Pacific blue-eye P. signifer (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 6(3), 268–276.

Volume 6(2) 1990 (November)

Leggett, R. 1990. Breeding notes on a new goby from the Jardine River. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 253–254.

Lambkin, L. 1990. Breeding the lungfish, ceratodus at Belmont, N.S.W. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 255–257.

Hansen, B. 1990. Galaxias in paradise. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 257–259. [G. maculatus on Lord Howe Island]

Leggett, R. 1990. Freshwater fish of the Cape York area. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 259–264.

Volume 6(1) 1990 (March)

Caughey, A., Hume, S. and Wattam, A. 1990. Melanotaenia eachamensis – history and management of the captive stocks. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 241–247.

Leggett, R. 1990. A fish in danger – Nannoperca oxleyana. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 247–249.

Hansen, B. 1990. Pseudomugil cyanodorsalis. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 249–252.

Volume 5(4) 1989 (September)

Allen, G.R. 1989. Return to Lake Kutubu. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 229–233.

Hansen, B. 1989. The sooty grunter – Hephaestus fuliginosus. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 233–235.

Hansen, B. 1989. The Australian smelt – Retropinna semoni. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 235–236.

Romanowski, N. 1989. Murray River rainbowfish: a reply to Lloyd. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 236–240.

Volume 5(3) 1989 (June)

Allen, G.R. 1989. Lake Eacham rainbowfish rediscovered? Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 217–219.

Pusey, B.J. 1989. Gas exchange during aestivation in Lepidogalaxias salamandroides. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 219–223.

Marshall, J. 1989. Galaxias olidus in southern Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 223–225.

Hansen, B. 1989. Collecting on the Claudies. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 225–228.

Volume 5(2) 1988 (October)

Howe, E., Howe, C. and Doyle, S. 1988. The surface of the egg in blue-eyes Pseudomugil spp. Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 205–211.

Hansen, B. 1988. A jaunt to the Jardine. Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 211–215.

Kleiberg, T. 1988. The Cairns rainbowfish Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides (Nicholson and Raven). Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 215–216.

Volume 5(1) 1988 (August)

Armstrong, N. 1988. The chequered rainbow Melanotaenia splendida inornata. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 193, 195.

Bowman, R. 1988. Editorial. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 194.

Marshall, J. 1988. An extension of the known range of Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 196–197.

Lambkin, L. 1988. The Australian lungfish, ceratodus Neoceratodus forsteri. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 197–200.

Hansen, B. 1988. The purple-spotted gudgeon – Mogurnda adspersa. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 200–2002.

Hortle, K.G. 1988. First records of fresh water eels from the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 202–2004.

Volume 4(4) 1988 (February)

Armstrong, N. 1988. The mountain rainbowfish – Melanotaenia monticola. Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 181–182.

Hortle, K.G. 1988. Sexual dimorphism in the Papuan freshwater longtom Strongylura kreffti (Günther) (Pisces: Belonidae). Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 182–187.

Hansen, B. 1988. Propagate or perish – some thoughts on species maintenance. Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 187–189.

Lloyd, L.N. 1987. Is the Murray rainbowfish endangered? Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 189–192.

Volume 4(3) 1983 (July)

Wattam, A. 1987. The Fly River rainbowfish Melanotaenia sexlineata (Munro, 1964). Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 169–170.

Hansen, B. 1987. Something different – Terapon jarbua (Forsskal). Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 171–172.

Brown, R. 1987. Preserving species quality of native fishes in the aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 173–174.

Young, M. 1987. A tank breeding of Mogurnda mogurnda. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 174–177.

Bowman, R. 1987. Spawning mops. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 178–179.

Hansen, B. 1987. A new location for delicate blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 179–180.

Volume 4(2) 1987 (April)

Armstrong, N. 1987. The Pascoe River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 157–160.

Leggett, R. 1987. Oxyeleotris nullipora, the collecting, spawning behaviour and growth of a new gudgeon from the Jardine River. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 160–162.

Young, M. 1987. A tank spawning of Hypseleotris compressa. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 162–164.

Crockford, B. 1987. The genus Glossolepis. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 164–165.

Hansen, B. 1987. Werneri from the wild. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 165–168.

Volume 4(1) 1996 (July-September)

Young, M. 1986. Bringing the blind gudgeon into captivity. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 145–148.

Marshall, J. 1986. Honey blue eyes in the Noosa River. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 148.

Hansen, B. 1986. Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 149–150.

Fulton, W. 1986. The Tasmanian mudfish Galaxias cleaveri Scott. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 150–151.

Midgley, S.H. and Merrick, J.R. 1986. A portable, collapsible aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 152–153.

Crockford, B. 1986. The family Melanotaeniidae. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 153–156.

Stanton, R. 1986. A new Melanotaenia trifasciata colour variety? Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 156.

Volume 3(4) 1996 (April-June)

Bowman, R. 1986. Sawfish in captivity – Preston, Victoria 1984. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 133.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1986. Fraser Island – freshwater habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 134–136.

Hansen, B. 1986. Glossolepis incisus. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 136–138.

Hansen, B. 1986. Hypseleotris compressa. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 139–140.

Romanowski, N. 1986. Murray River rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis), thermal limitations and repopulation strategies for a marginal habitat. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 141–144.

Volume 3(3) 1986 (Jan-March)

Semple, G. 1986. Pseudomugil signifer – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the Pacific blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 121–125.

Crockford, B. 1986. Glossolepis multisquamatus. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 126–127.

Smales, K. 1986. The desert goby under threat. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 128.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1986. Fraser Island – freshwater habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 129–132.

Volume 3(2) 1985 (October-December)

Semple, G. 1985. Pseudomugil tenellus – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the delicate blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 109–113.

Crockford, B. 1985. Glossolepis wanamensis. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 113–116.

Crockford, B. 1985. Chilatherina campsi. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 116–118.

Bowman, R. 1985. Rainbowfishes – egg posting and fry raising. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 118–120.

Volume 3(1) 1985 (July-September)

Semple, G. 1985. Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the fly-specked hardyhead. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 97–102.

Crockford, B. 1985. Glossolepis maculosus. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 102–104.

Semple, G. 1985. Pseudomugil gertrudae – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the spotted blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 105–108.

Volume 2(4) 1985 (April-June)

Armstrong, N. 1985. A wilderness of rivers. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 85–90.

Semple, G. 1985. Ambassis macleayi. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 90–94.

Romanowski, N. 1985. Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis – endangered status of the Murray River form. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 94–96.

Volume 2(3) 1985 (January-March)

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1985. Freshwater fish – habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 73–77.

Tappin, A. 1985. Iratherina werneri – aquarium observations. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 78–79.

Crockford, B. 1985. Iratherina werneri – breeding procedure. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 80.

Campbell, R. 1985. Melanotaenia eachamensis. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 81.

Leiper, G. 1985. Pseudomugil gertrudae – breeding notes. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 82.

Leiper, G. 1985. Rhadinocentrus ornatus – rare colour forms. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 82–83.

Bowman, R. 1985. Fish transfer techniques. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 83–84.

Volume 2(2) 1984 (October-December)

Semple, G. 1984. Marjorie’s hardyhead, Craterocephalus marjoriae. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 61–64.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. Tin Can Bay – freshwater fish habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 65–66.

Crockford, B. 1984. The genus Popondetta. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 66–68.

Armstrong, N. 1984. Keeping rainbowfishes. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 68–70.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. A.N.G.F.A. habitat survey – environmental/habitat survey: Dalrymple Creek 27.11.83. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 70–71.

Leiper, G. 1984. Honey blue-eyes – endangered? Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 72.

Volume 2(1) 1984 (July-September)

Caughey, A. 1984. The peacock gudgeon, Tateurndina ocellicauda. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 49–53.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. Tin Can Bay – freshwater fish habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 53–54.

Travis, N. 1984. The barred rainbowfish, Chilatherina fasciata. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 55–56.

Bowman, R. 1984. Chilatherina fasciata (Clearwater Creek) – some colour observations. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 57.

Rimmer, M.A. and Merrick, J.R. 1984. Preliminary studies on the capacity to aestivate in the mountain galaxias (Galaxias olidus). Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 58–60.

Volume 1(4) 1984 (April-June)

Tappin, A.R. 1984. In search of the honey blue-eye, Pseudomugil mellis. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 37–39.

Lloyd, L. 1984. Exotic fishes: useful additions or “animal weeds”? Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 39–42.

Crockford, B. 1984. Melanotaenia lacustris, Lake Kutubu Rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 43–46.

Armstrong, N. 1984. “Pagwi” rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 46–47.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. Tin Can Bay – freshwater fish habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 48.

Volume 1(3) 1984 (January-March)

Tappin, A.R. 1984. Spawning the blackmast: Quirichthys stramineus. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 25–27.

Bowman, R. 1984. ANGFA visits Neil Armstrong. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 28.

Leggett, R. 1984. The olive perch Ambassis nigripinnis. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 29–30.

Bowman, R. 1984. Blue eyes. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 30.

Socolof, R. 1984. Can anyone help? Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 30.

Lloyd, L. 1984. Exotic fishes: useful additions or “animal weeds”? Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 31–34.

Tsang, P. 1984. More about blue eyes. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 35–36.

Volume 1(2) 1983 (October-December)

Allen, G.R. 1983. Chilatherina bulolo, a valid species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northern New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 13–17.

Thompson, G. 1983. The desert goby Chlamydogobius eremius. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 17–20.

Tappin, A.R. 1983. Drying effects on the eggs of the rainbow fishes. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 20–21.

Bowman, R. 1983. ANGFA visits Neil Armstrong. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 22

Leggett, R. 1983. Rhadinocentrus ornatus – southern soft-spined sunfish. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 23–24.

Volume 1(1) 1983 (July-September)

Armstrong, N. 1983. Melanotaenia trifasciata. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 1–4.

Backhouse, G.N. 1983. The dwarf galaxias, Galaxiella pusilla (Mack, 1936) in Victoria. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 5–8.

Thompson, G. 1983. Can you help? Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 9.

Pusey, B.J. 1983. The Shannon mud minnow Lepidogalaxias salamandroides (Mees). Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 9–11.

Bowman, R. 1983. Trouble shooting with ANGFA. Blue eyes. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 12.


Author Index

Aarn and Ivantsoff, W. 2000. Cranial, cartilage formation and calcification sequences of Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 680–685.

Aarn and Ivantsoff, W. 2001. Predation on native fishes by Gambusia holbrooki in the Orara River, New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 726–732.

Aarn, Ivantsoff, W. and Hansen, B. 1997. East Coast sympatry: differential development characteristics of two rainbowfish and a blue-eye (Teleostei: Atheriniformes: Melanotaeniidae and Pseudomugilidae) of eastern Australia, with a discussion of adult preferences. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 507–519.

Abell, M. 2006. Lidwill's dwarf goby. Fishes of Sahul 20(1), 198–201.

Abell, M. 2012. Native plants for aquaria (Part 1). Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 673–676.

Abell, M. 2012. Native plants for aquaria (Part 2). Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 687–692.

Abell. M. and Girkin, D. 2007. 2006 ANGFA combined clubs field trip. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 364-374.

Aland, G. 2010. Range extension for Porochilus rendahli and new record for the Murray Darling catchment. Fishes of Sahul 24(3), 593-595.

Aland, G. 2014. Mabuiag Island fish survey. Fishes of Sahul 28(1), 774-782.

Aland, G. 2014. Moa Island fish survey. Fishes of Sahul 28(3), 812–817.

Allen, G.R. 1983. Chilatherina bulolo, a valid species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northern New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 13-17.

Allen, G.R. 1989. Lake Eacham rainbowfish rediscovered? Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 217-219.

Allen, G.R. 1989. Return to Lake Kutubu. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 229-233.

Allen, G.R. 1993. Australia’s rarest rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 337-340.

Allen, G.R. 1994. The ANGFA rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 374-379.

Allen, G.R. 1998. Irian adventures. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 575-582.

Allen, G.R. 2001. A new species of rainbowfish (Glossolepis: Melanotaeniidae) from Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 766-775.

Allen, G.R. 2003. Unexplored islands of Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 17(2), 925-948.

Allen, G.R. 2003. Allomogurnda, a new genus of gudgeon (Eleotrididae) from fresh waters of New Guinea, with descriptions of seven new species. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 978-997.

Allen, G.R. 2004. Two new species of gobiid fishes (Lentipes and Stenogobius) from fresh waters of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 87-96.

Allen, G.R. 2008. Return to Arguni. Fishes of Sahul 22(3), 430-439.

Allen, G.R. 2015. In the footsteps of Wallace: 2013 Aru Islands expedition. Fishes of Sahul 29(3), 894–903.

Allen, G.R. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2011. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), from western New Guinea (West Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 602-607.

Allen, G.R. and Jenkins, A.P. 2000. Australian freshwater gudgeons, genus Mogurnda. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 686-689.

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. Melanotaenia rubrivittata, a new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northwestern Papua Province, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 846–859.

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2016. Pseudomugil luminatus, a new species of blue-eye (Teleostei: Pseudomugilidae) from southern New Guinea, with notes on P. gertrudae. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 950–961.

Allen, M. 2007. Rediscovery of a jewel. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 353-363.

ANGFA (QLD) Inc. 1994. Survey results Cape York, October 1991. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 359-365.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. Tin Can Bay – freshwater fish habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 48, 2(1), 53-54, 2(2), 65-66.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1984. A.N.G.F.A. habitat survey – environmental/habitat survey: Dalrymple Creek 27.11.83. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 70-71.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1985. Freshwater fish – habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 73-77. [Albert R and Cedar Crk]

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1986. Fraser Island – freshwater habitat survey. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 129-132, 3(4), 134-136.

ANGFA (Southeast Queensland Regional Group) 1992. Rhadinocentrus ornatus survey records. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 317-318.

ANGFA Victoria. 1999. Field trip results – Port Fairy 28-29/3/98. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 641-642.

Anon 2009. Erratum to V23-2. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 540.

Anon 2012. Fishes of Sahul editor retires – “Thank you Rudie”. Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 667.

Anon 2013. Vale – Norbert Grunwald – 25-04-1936 – 17-04-2013. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 734.

Armstrong, N. 1983. Melanotaenia trifasciata. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 1-4.

Armstrong, N. 1984. “Pagwi” rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 46-47.

Armstrong, N. 1984. Keeping rainbowfishes. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 68-70.

Armstrong, N. 1985. A wilderness of rivers. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 85-90.

Armstrong, N. 1987. The Pascoe River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 157-160.

Armstrong, N. 1988. The mountain rainbowfish – Melanotaenia monticola. Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 181-182.

Armstrong, N. 1988. The chequered rainbow Melanotaenia splendida inornata. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 193, 195.

Armstrong, N. 1993. Re-discovering Galaxias fuscus. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 328-329.

Armstrong, N. 1995. A dwarf maccullochi in the Northern territory. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 401-404.

Armstrong, N. 1996. The beauty of Peppimenarti country. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 449-454.

Armstrong, N. 1996. Eriocaulon setaceum – aquatic plants of Sahul. Fishes of Sahul 10(3), 479-480.

Armstrong, N. 1997. The continuing trifasciata saga. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 521-524.

Armstrong, N. 1997. Aquatic plants of Sahul: Aponogeton bullosus (and some comments on A. elongatus). Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 539-540.

Armstrong, N. 1998. The Mamberamo River’s mighty multisquamatus. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 563-565.

Armstrong, N. 1998. A very new goby. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 569-570.

Armstrong, N. 1998. Aquatic plants of Sahul: Pogosteman stellatus syn. Dysophylla stellata. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 571-572.

Armstrong, N. 2000. Arafura swamp. Fishes of Sahul 14(3), 693-698.

Armstrong, N. 2001. Desert gobies Chlamydogobius. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 740-749.

Armstrong, N. 2002. Mangrove gobies. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 892-897.

Armstrong, N. 2004. Walker River’s marbled frog. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 23-24.

Armstrong, N. 2005. Melanotaenia inornata - the chequered rainbowfish. One of Australia’s most ignored rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 141-142.

Armstrong, N. 2006. Tri's in the Daintree. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 244.

Armstrong, N. 2007. South east Arnhem Land. Fishes of Sahul 21(1), 294-307.

Armstrong, N. and Bowman, R. 1995. Melanotaenia trifasciata – a habitat guide. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 424-426.

Backhouse, G.N. 1983. The dwarf galaxias, Galaxiella pusilla (Mack, 1936) in Victoria. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 5-8.

Bell, G. 2002. Red-eyed tree frog. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 888-891.

Bleher, H. 1995. The fish of the century – or just of the decade. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 385-391.

Bleher, H. 2001. The search for Melanotaenia angfa. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 710-719.

Bleher, H. 2005. Batanta, Waigeo and Misool rainbowfish clarification. Fishes of Sahul 19(1), 108-119.

Bleher, H. 2006. Australia's outback 2005. 8,000 km across Australia's outback following the 2005 ANGFA Convention. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 226-243.

Bleher, H. 2008. A Pseudomugil account. Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 466-470.

Bollig, H.F. 1996. Looking beyond the border of the aquarium: cannibalism in rainbowfishes – an “efficient” strategy? Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 444-448.

Bollig, H.F. 1998. The extended phenotype. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 566-568.

Bowman, R. 1983. Trouble shooting with ANGFA. Blue eyes. Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 12.

Bowman, R. 1983. ANGFA visits Neil Armstrong. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 22, 1(3), 28.

Bowman, R. 1984. Blue Eyes. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 30.

Bowman, R. 1984. Chilatherina fasciata (Clearwater Creek) – some colour observations. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 57.

Bowman, R. 1985. Fish transfer techniques. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 83-84.

Bowman, R. 1985. Rainbowfishes – egg posting and fry raising. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 118-120.

Bowman, R. 1986. Sawfish in captivity – Preston, Victoria 1984. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 133.

Bowman, R. 1987. Spawning mops. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 178-179.

Bowman, R. 1988. Editorial. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 194.

Bowman, R. 1991. The Oktedi rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 6(3), 265-267.

Bowman, R. 1993. Melanotaenia splendida australis – the western rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 325-327.

Bowman, R. 1996. To the Pascoe – and beyond. Fishes of Sahul 10(3), 465-478.

Bowman, R. 1997. Rainbowfishes in a small gene pool – a review. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 532-538.

Bowman, R. 1998. A rainbowfish guards his spawning site. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 562.

Bowman, R. 1999. Twelve spotted blue-eye morphs – a study of variations within the Pseudomugil gertrudae species. Fishes of Sahul 13(1), 589-595.

Bowman, R. 2000. Observations of the spawning of the rhino-horn goby Redigobius baleatus. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 690-692.

Bowman, R. 2002. Mellis in Melbourne. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 878-883.

Bowman, R. 2003. The self-replicating werneri population. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 906-913.

Bowman, R. 2003. Celebrating 20 years of Fishes of Sahul. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 950.

Bowman, R. 2006. A surprise guest: Melanotaenia gracilis, the slender rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 20(2), 222-225.

Bowman, R. 2008. Significant signifers. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 382-389.

Bowman, R. 2012. Some observations on rainbowfish behaviour. Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 678-681.

Bowman, R. and Armstrong, N. 1991. Melanotaenia trifasciata – a multiplicity of morphs. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 292-293.

Briggs, G. 1992. Blue-eye trouble shooting (revisited). Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 323-324.

Briggs, G. 1998. Murray-Darling Mogurnda adspersa. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 553-556.

Briggs, G. 1998. Conquering the mountain (rainbowfish that is). Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 557-560.

Briggs, G. 1999. Yarra pygmy perch Edelia obscura. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 638-641.

Briggs, G. 2000. A crazy name for a “crazy fish”. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 666-668.

Briggs, G. 2001. Finke Mogurnda. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 734-739.

Briggs, G. 2001. Laura River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 752-753.

Briggs, G. 2001. The spotted rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 798-802.

Briggs, G. 2002. Purple-spotted gudgeons without the spots? Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 898-900.

Briggs, G. 2005. Victoria's brackish gobies. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 150-153.

Briggs, G. 2005. Murray River rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 174-176.

Briggs, G. 2007. A week in the Wet Tropics. Fishes of Sahul 21(2), 318-333.

Briggs, G. 2008. ANGFA-VIC 2008 field trip to Shepparton. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 418-422.

Briggs, G. 2009. Australian purple-spotted gudgeons. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 532-535.

Briggs, G. 2010. Glorious empire gudgeons. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 562.

Briggs, G. 2012. Utchee Creek rainbowfish (at Utchee and elsewhere). Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 662-667.

Briggs, G. 2015. A quick trip for rhads (ornate rainbowfish). Fishes of Sahul 29(3), 904–913.

Briggs, G., Sambell, B., Hansen, B. and Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in focus: coal grunter Hephaestus carbo. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 973–978.

Brown, R. 1987. Preserving species quality of native fishes in the aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 173-174.

Campbell, R. 1985. Melanotaenia eachamensis. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 81.

Carmody, G. 2006. The fishes of Cooloola. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 277-283.

Carmody, G. 2013. Ivantsoff’s blue-eye – emblem of Timika. Fishes of Sahul 27(4), 758-761.

Carmody, G. and Smith, L. 2006. The western minnow. Fishes of Sahul 20(3), 246-251.

Caughey, A. 1984. The peacock gudgeon, Tateurndina ocellicauda. Fishes of Sahul 2(1), 49-53.

Caughey, A. 1992. Some aquarium notes on Galaxias truttaceus. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 319.

Caughey, A. 1995. Aquarium notes on keeping the tupong – Pseudaphritis urvillii. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 397-398.

Caughey, A. 1996. The Murray cod – myth and magic. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 433-439.

Caughey, A. and Armstrong, N. 1993. A code of ethics for ANGFA fishkeepers. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 332-334.

Caughey, A., Hume, S. and Wattam, A. 1990. Melanotaenia eachamensis – history and management of the captive stocks. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 241-247.

Chang-kum, K. 2001. Frogs in a fish-room. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 750-751.

Chuah, E., Smith, L. and Wilson, D. 2001. Ondinia purpurea den Hartog (Nymphaeaceae) a personal journey. Fishes of Sahul 15(1), 720-725.

Coleman, N. 2002. Not your ordinary freshwater crab. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 875-876.

Coughran, J. 2005. Cherax leckii n. sp. (Decapoda: Parastacidae), a new crayfish from coastal, northeastern New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 191-196.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2005. News from the wilderness of crayfish research. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 143-148.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2007. Euastacus pilosus n. sp., a new crayfish from the highland forests of northern New South Wales, Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(1), 308-316.

Crockford, B. 1984. Melanotaenia lacustris, Lake Kutubu Rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 43-46.

Crockford, B. 1984. The genus Popondetta. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 66-68.

Crockford, B. 1985. Iratherina werneri – breeding procedure. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 80.

Crockford, B. 1985. Glossolepis maculosus. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 102-104.

Crockford, B. 1985. Glossolepis wanamensis. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 113-116.

Crockford, B. 1985. Chilatherina campsi. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 116-118.

Crockford, B. 1986. Glossolepis multisquamatus. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 126-127.

Crockford, B. 1986. The family Melanotaeniidae. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 153-156.

Crockford, B. 1987. The genus Glossolepis. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 164-165.

Crockford, B. 1997. Kiunga ballochii. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 505-507.

Crockford, B. 1998. Pseudomugil paskai. Fishes of Sahul 12(2), 561-562.

Crockford, B. 1998. Melanotaenia goldei. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 573-575.

Crockford, B. 1999. Lake Wanam revisited – a habitat under threat. Lake Wanam survey. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 621-629.

Crockford, B. 2001. Lake Wanam fasciata Chilatherina fasciata wanamensis, a subspecies in trouble. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 776-779.

Crockford, B. 2001. Chilatherina axelrodi. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 790-795.

Crockford, B., Littlejohn, P. and Vincent, M. 1999. The Lake Wanam rainbowfish, Papua New Guinea field expedition. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 629-638.

Dawson, A. 1991. The mysterious nursery fish, (Kurtidae Family). Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 287-288.

Dawson, A. and Dawson, F. 1996. Magnificent Wallaby Creek rainbow. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 439-443.

Delventhal, N.R. 2002. “Sex change” in desert gobies: could there be two explanations for the rumour? Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 848-849.

Eisemberg, C.C. and Berra, T.M. 2016. Fish species sold in the Kikori market, Papua New Guinea, with reference to the nurseryfish, Kurtus gulliveri (Perciformes: Kurtidae). Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 942–949.

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

Fletcher, A. 1997. An aquarium spawning of the dwarf flathead gudgeon Philypnodon sp. 1. Fishes of Sahul 11(1), 503-504.

Fulton, W. 1986. The Tasmanian mudfish Galaxias cleaveri Scott. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 150-151.

Girkin, D. 2002. The Sorong rainbowfish Melanotaenia fredericki. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 850.

Gough, K. 1993. Almost “freshwater” fishes NQ. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 330-332.

Gough, K. 1994. Townsville blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 365.

Graf, J. 2009. Two new rainbowfishes (Melanotaenia affinis “Bonggo” and Melanotaenia sp. “Suswa Village”). Fishes of Sahul 23(1), 478-481.

Graf, J. 2011. Van Heurn’s rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 25(2), 622-629.

Graf, J., Herder, F. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), Melanotaenia garylangei, from western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 29(2), 870–881.

Graf, J. and Lange, G. 2013. Exploring the Siriwo River in New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 27(4), 762-772.

Graf, J. and Lange, G. 2016. Discovering Melanotaenia bowmani and Melanotaenia grunwaldi. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 980–988.

Graf, J. and Ohee, H.L. 2009. Glossolepis from northern New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 23(2), 504-512.

Hammer, M. 2002. Natural habitat, spawning and rearing of the Dalhousie catfish. Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 820-827.

Hammer, M. 2008. Amazing rediscovery in South Australia. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 428.

Hammer, M. and Horne, P. 2004. Threatened ecological communities of South Australia’s south-east. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 2-7.

Hammer, M. and Wedderburn, S. 2008. The threatened Murray hardyhead. Natural history and captive rearing. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 390-399.

Hand, K. 1994. Desert rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 353-357.

Hand, K. 1994. Desert rainbows (part 2). Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 382-384.

Hansen, B. 1986. Glossolepis incisus. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 136-138.

Hansen, B. 1986. Hypseleotris compressa. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 139-140.

Hansen, B. 1986. Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 149-150.

Hansen, B. 1987. Werneri from the wild. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 165-168.

Hansen, B. 1987. Something different – Terapon jarbua (Forsskal). Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 171-172.

Hansen, B. 1987. A new location for delicate blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 4(3), 179-180.

Hansen, B. 1988. Propagate or perish – some thoughts on species maintenance. Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 187-189.

Hansen, B. 1988. The purple-spotted gudgeon – Mogurnda adspersa. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 200-2002.

Hansen, B. 1988. A jaunt to the Jardine. Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 211-215.

Hansen, B. 1989. Collecting on the Claudies. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 225-228.

Hansen, B. 1989. The sooty grunter – Hephaestus fuliginosus. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 233-235.

Hansen, B. 1989. The Australian smelt – Retropinna semoni. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 235-236.

Hansen, B. 1990. Pseudomugil cyanodorsalis. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 249-252.

Hansen, B. 1990. Galaxias in paradise. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 257-259. [G. maculatus on Lord Howe Island]

Hansen, B. 1991. Top fish from the Top End. Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 285-287.

Hansen, B. 1991. The golden fishes of Goanna Lagoon. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 294-295.

Hansen, B. 1992. Next time I’ll linger longer at the wonderful Wonga! Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 301-303.

Hansen, B. 1992. A forgotten jewel – Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 7(3), 313-317.

Hansen, B. 1993. A top trip to the tip – the ANGFA Cape York Expedition, 1991. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 341-345.

Hansen, B. 1994. A splendid area for splendida’s. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 357-359.

Hansen, B. 1994. The spangled perch – Leiopotherapon unicolor. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 367-368.

Hansen, B. 1994. A look at Hinchinbrook. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 379-382.

Hansen, B. 1995. Walker River walkabout – a rich tapestry. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 391-396.

Hansen, B. 1995. Inconspicuous by name and nature. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 412-414.

Hansen, B. 1995. Kikori kaleidoscope. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 417-423.

Hansen, B. 1997. Zany Zenarchopterus. Fishes of Sahul 11(1), 501-503.

Hansen, B. 1997. In Deepwater near 1770. Fishes of Sahul 11(2), 519-520.

Hansen, B. 1997. Lawn Hill’s gorgeous gorge. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 527-532.

Hansen, B. 1998. Gulliveri’s travels. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 551-552.

Hansen, B. 1998. Aquatic plants of Sahul: aquatic plants from New Guinea – the genus Cryptocoryne. Fishes of Sahul 12(3), 583-588.

Hansen, B. 1999. Kimberley cool. Fishes of Sahul 13(1), 595-604.

Hansen, B. 1999. Peace at the olive branch. Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 605-608.

Hansen, B. 1999. A Queensland quandary. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 643-644.

Hansen, B. 2000. Tune in and turn on to grunters. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 663-666.

Hansen, B. 2000. “Starke” raving mad. Fishes of Sahul 14(3), 699-708.

Hansen, B. 2005. Snakehead gudgeon observation. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 187-190.

Hansen, B. and Constable, R. 2016. Blue-eye diversity in Australia, including new distribution locality records with a focus on Torres Strait Islands. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 989–996.

Hansen, B., Wilson, D. and Dawson, A. 1992. Summary – fish distribution survey. Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 303-305.

Herbert, B. 1996. The Claudies – worth a second look. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 454-459.

Herbert, B.W., Midgley, S.H. and Midgley, M.M. 1995. Records of Thryssa scratchleyi in Queensland and the Northern Territory. Fishes of Sahul 9(3), 427-429.

Hortle, K.G. 1988. Sexual dimorphism in the Papuan freshwater longtom Strongylura kreffti (Günther) (Pisces: Belonidae). Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 182-187.

Hortle, K.G. 1988. First records of fresh water eels from the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 202-2004.

Howe, E. 1999. The breeding and embryology of the desert goby, Chlamydogobius eremius (Zietz, 1896). Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 611-613.

Howe, E. and Howe, C. 1991. Seasonal reproductive activity in two populations of the Pacific blue-eye P. signifer (Melanotaeniidae). Fishes of Sahul 6(3), 268-276.

Howe, E., Howe, C. and Doyle, S. 1988. The surface of the egg in blue-eyes Pseudomugil spp. Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 205-211.

Howe, G. 2003. Are Australian native fish better at eating mosquito larvae than introduced Gambusia holbrooki? Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 914-915.

Howe, G. 2003. Distribution of Gambusia holbrooki in the Myall River. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 916-920.

Hume, S. 1993. Lake Eacham update. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 334-336.

Hunter, R. 1997. Glossolepis ramuensis the Ramu rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 11(3), 525-526.

Ivantsoff, W. and Crowley, L. 1992. Rainbowfishes from the Atherton Tablelands. Fishes of Sahul 7(2), 305-310.

Ivantsoff, W., Unmack, P., Saeed, B. and Crowley, L.E.L.M. 1991. A redfinned blue-eye, a new species and genus of the family Pseudomugilidae from central western Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 277-282.

Johnson, J. 1993. The fishes of the Brisbane River. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 347-352.

Joss, J. 2002. Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 836-844.

Keller, K. and Brown, C. 2008. A new sighting of the Oxleyan pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 22(1), 400-404.

Kerezsy, A. 2014. Red-finned blue-eye: the story so far. Fishes of Sahul 28(3), 806–812.

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.

Kleiberg, T. 1988. The Cairns rainbowfish Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides (Nicholson and Raven). Fishes of Sahul 5(2), 215-216.

Knight, J. and Butler, G. 2004. Conserving threatened Australian fishes: Nannoperca oxleyana and Maccullochella ikei. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 50-57.

Komori, K. 2000. Glassfish and systematics, endangered subject behind the scene of glassfish study. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 657-662.

Kuiter, R. 2001. Diving freshwater. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 780.

Kuiter, R.H. 2001. Blind gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 782-784.

Kuiter, R.H. 2001. Diving freshwater. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 804.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Bellinger River, NSW. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 851-852.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. North Stradbroke Island, Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 815-819.

Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Spider? Fishes of Sahul 16(1), 828.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. Discovering Ewens pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 952-959.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. More on Galaxias fuscus. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 976-977.

Kuiter, R.H. 2003. Special spiny crays. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 998-1000.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Australian fairy shrimp. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 21-22.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Myora Springs surprise. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 48.

Kuiter, R.H. 2004. Cathedral Rock National Park. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 68-72.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. Gerald R. Allen explores the Solomon Islands. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 135-139.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. What is a species anyway? Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 140-141.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. More on dwarf galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 160-163.

Kuiter, R.H. 2005. Common carp, its origin. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 164-166.

Kuiter, R.H. 2006. Wild Tasmania. Fishes of Sahul 20(1), 202-220.

Kuiter, R.H. 2006. Torrens catchment’s Lake Eyre hardyhead. Fishes of Sahul 20(3), 252-265.

Kuiter, R. 2006. Coward Springs country. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 272-276.

Kuiter, R.H. 2007. Hazelwood Pondage cichlids. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 375-380.

Kuiter, R.H. 2008. The southern pygmy perch. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 414-417.

Kuiter, R. 2009. Freshwater blackfishes. Fishes of Sahul 23(1), 499-500.

Kuiter, R.H. 2009. Galaxias maculatus – Common Jollytail. Fishes of Sahul 23(2), 518-520.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Upper-Murray Galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 618-619.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Budj Bim fishes. Fishes of Sahul 25(2), 630-640.

Kuiter, R.H. 2011. Alpine spiny-cray. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 659-660.

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.

Lambkin, L. 1988. The Australian lungfish, ceratodus Neoceratodus forsteri. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 197-200.

Lambkin, L. 1990. Breeding the lungfish, ceratodus at Belmont, N.S.W. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 255-257.

Lange, G., Graf, J. and Dority, D. 2015. Were those red laser “stripes” really worth it? – the hunt for the Wapoga red laser rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 859–865.

Leckie, S. and Coughran, J. 2005. Euastacus suttoni (Clark 1941), the New England Crayfish. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 167-172.

Leggett, R. 1983. Rhadinocentrus ornatus – southern soft-spined sunfish. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 23-24.

Leggett, R. 1984. The olive perch Ambassis nigripinnis. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 29-30.

Leggett, R. 1987. Oxyeleotris nullipora, the collecting, spawning behaviour and growth of a new gudgeon from the Jardine River. Fishes of Sahul 4(2), 160-162.

Leggett, R. 1990. A fish in danger – Nannoperca oxleyana. Fishes of Sahul 6(1), 247-249.

Leggett, R. 1990. Breeding notes on a new goby from the Jardine River. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 253-254.

Leggett, R. 1990. Freshwater fish of the Cape York area. Fishes of Sahul 6(2), 259-264.

Leggett, R. 1993. Freshwater fishes of Iron Range and adjoining areas. Fishes of Sahul 8(1), 346-347.

Leggett, R. 1994. Collecting in the Kimberley. Fishes of Sahul 8(3), 369-373.

Leggett, R. 1996. Salted rainbows, the perfect hors-d’oeuvre. Fishes of Sahul 10(1), 443-444.

Leggett, R. 2003. Rivers I have known - Drysdale River. Fishes of Sahul 17(1), 902-905.

Leggett, R. 2004. Rivers I have known – King George River. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 16-17.

Leggett, R. 2004. Rivers I have known – Burdekin River. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 42-43.

Leiper, G. 1984. Honey blue-eyes – endangered? Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 72.

Leiper, G. 1985. Pseudomugil gertrudae – breeding notes. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 82.

Leiper, G. 1985. Rhadinocentrus ornatus – rare colour forms. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 82-83.

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

Lewis, M. and Lewis, C. 1991. Melanotaenia trifasciata (Rendahl) from Eliot Creek, Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 289-292.

Littlejohn, P. 2001. The unnamed yabbie from Victoria. Fishes of Sahul 15(2), 754-756.

Littlejohn, P. 2001. The little Aussie battler. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 803.

Littlejohn, P. 2009. Freshwater polychaete in Australia. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 538-540.

Littlejohn, P. 2012. A rare find from the Lang Lang River – Neochanna cleaveri. Fishes of Sahul 26(1), 668-672.

Littlejohn, P. 2014. Notes on an ancient and tiny crustacean, the syncarid: Koonunga cursor. Fishes of Sahul 28(3), 818–824.

Lloyd, L. 1984. Exotic fishes: useful additions or “animal weeds”? Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 31-34, 1(4), 39-42.

Lloyd, L.N. 1987. Is the Murray rainbowfish endangered? Fishes of Sahul 4(4), 189-192.

Lo, A. 1998. The Galaxias brevipinnis of Curl Curl Creek. Fishes of Sahul 12(1), 541-551.

Lo, A. 2010. The Mermaid Pool climbing Cox’s gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 542-543.

Luxon, R. 1999. Two new Melanotaenia trifasciata morphs from the Weipa spring country. Fishes of Sahul 13(2), 609-611.

Maddern, M. 2007. The one-spot livebearer: another introduced ornamental fish in Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 342-347.

Maebe, G. 2010. ANZ (Australia – New Zealand) fish-safari. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 544-555.

Maebe, G. 2011. Rainbowfishes’ first migration to Europe. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 650-655.

Maebe, G. 2013. Aquarists at the service of science. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 742-748.

Maebe, G. 2014. Expedition to West Papua 2012. Fishes of Sahul 28(2), 780-798.

Mailliet, C. 2004. “Those little red fish” Melanotaenia parva and Glossolepis pseudoincisus. Fishes of Sahul 18(3), 58-67.

Mailliet, C. 2004. The Waigeo rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 18(1), 18-20.

Mailliet, C. 2006. Cling gobies from Biak. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 284-287.

Mailliet, C. and Saunders, A. 2005. Madagascar rainbowfish. Notes on some recently discovered Bedotia species. Fishes of Sahul 19(2), 126-134.

Malcolm, H. and Graham, P. 2000. Freshwater fishes of Hinchinbrook Island. Fishes of Sahul 14(2), 669-679.

Marshall, J. 1986. Honey blue eyes in the Noosa River. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 148.

Marshall, J. 1988. An extension of the known range of Rhadinocentrus ornatus. Fishes of Sahul 5(1), 196-197.

Marshall, J. 1989. Galaxias olidus in southern Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 223-225.

Martin, K. 2016. Black-banded Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia nigrans) in the Queensland Wet Tropics – a failed translocation? Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1015–1020.

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

Martin, K.C. and Barclay, S. 2016. A review of the distribution and status of ‘Burdekin rainbowfish’ populations in north Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 962–972.

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

Mathews, G., Kuiter, R.H. and Walker, G. 2006. Desert trilling frog. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 288-292.

Mathews, G., Walker, G., Mathwin, R. and Hammer, M. 2005. Spring tides, Galaxias and the River Torrens, South Australia. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 177-186.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2008. Euastacus maccai, a new freshwater crayfish from New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 471-476.

McLaren, R. 1993. Records on collecting gertrudae. Fishes of Sahul 7(4), 330.

Midgley, S.H. and Merrick, J.R. 1986. A portable, collapsible aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 4(1), 152-153.

Moores, G. 2006. Gap Creek rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 20(4), 270-271.

Moores, G., Lenagan, J., Unmack, P.J., Martin, K.C. & Scharpf, C. 2016. Fish in focus: Snakehead Gudgeon Giuris margaritacea. Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1061-1066.

Olney, D. 1999. Observations of pygmy perch (Edelia obscura) in an aquarium. Fishes of Sahul 13(3), 642.

O’Reilly, L. 2008. Weipa wanderings (part 1). Fishes of Sahul 22(3), 440-452.

O’Reilly, L. 2008. Weipa wanderings (part 2). Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 454-465.

O’Reilly, L. 2011. Recent rhad discoveries. Fishes of Sahul 25(3), 656-658.

O’Reilly, L. 2013. The Cooktown connection: surveying the Endeavour and McIvor river systems 2010 – Part 1. Fishes of Sahul 27(1), 710-718.

O’Reilly, L. 2013. The Cooktown connection: surveying the Endeavour and McIvor river systems 2010 – Part 2. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 735-740.

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O’Reilly, L., Hansen, B., Moores, G. and Wilson, D. 2009. Heli-fishing the upper Katherine River. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 522-531.

O’Reilly, L. and Reid, A. 2008. ANGFA-QLD 2008 field trip to the western rivers. Fishes of Sahul 22(2), 406-413.

Pierce, B., Young, M. and Sim, T. 2004. South Australia’s Flinders Ranges fishes. Fishes of Sahul 18(2), 25-41.

Powell, A. 2007. Hermaphrodite rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 21(3-4), 348-349.

Powell, A. 2009. Chilatherina fasciata, Lake Wanam. Fishes of Sahul 23(3), 536-537.

Pusey, B.J. 1983. The Shannon mud minnow Lepidogalaxias salamandroides (Mees). Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 9-11.

Pusey, B.J. 1989. Gas exchange during aestivation in Lepidogalaxias salamandroides. Fishes of Sahul 5(3), 219-223.

Raadik, T.A. 2001. When is a mountain galaxias not a mountain galaxias? Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 785-789.

Raadik, T.A. 2005. Dorrigo Plateau – a biodiversity “hot-spot” for galaxiids. Fishes of Sahul 19(1), 97-107.

Raadik, T.A. and Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Kosciuszko Galaxias: a story of confusion and imminent peril. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 830-835.

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Romanowski, N. 1985. Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis – endangered status of the Murray River form. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 94-96.

Romanowski, N. 1986. Murray River rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida fluviatilis), thermal limitations and repopulation strategies for a marginal habitat. Fishes of Sahul 3(4), 141-144.

Romanowski, N. 1989. Murray River rainbowfish: a reply to Lloyd. Fishes of Sahul 5(4), 236-240.

Romanowski, N. 1994. Apparent hermaphrodism in Melanotaenia fluviatilis. Fishes of Sahul 8(2), 366.

Romanowski, N. 2001. Sacred lotus – native and exotic. Fishes of Sahul 15(4), 796-798.

Romanowski, N. 2002. Floating-leaf pondweeds: the game of the name. Fishes of Sahul 16(2), 845-847.

Romanowski, N. 2002. The marshworts: Nymphoides. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 871-874.

Romanowski, N. 2002. Water tigers: dragonflies in the pond. Fishes of Sahul 16(4), 884-887.

Romanowski, N. 2004. Notes on dwarf galaxias Galaxiella pusilla. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 80-86.

Romanowski, N. 2010. Moulting and mating in the freshwater crab. Fishes of Sahul 24(1), 556-560.

Romanowski, N. 2010. The emergence of the blue-spotted hawker dragonfly. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 576-580.

Romanowski, N. 2012. Notes on two Galaxias species in south-western Victoria: Part 1: landlocked forms. Fishes of Sahul 26(2), 681-686.

Romanowski, N. 2013. Notes on two Galaxias species in south-western Victoria: Part 2: the coastal form. Fishes of Sahul 27(1), 719-724.

Romanowski, N. 2014. Freshwater crayfishes in the Otway Ranges, south-western Victoria: it’s a long story. Fishes of Sahul 28(4),833–838.

Romanowski, N. 2016. Giant water beetles and water tigers: serious predators on a small scale. Fishes of Sahul 30(2), 997–1001.

Romanowski, N. 2016. Reticulated Freshwater Pipefish (Hippichthys heptogonus) and others. Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1055-1060.

Sambell, B. 2002. Saratoga. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 864-870.

Sambell, B. 2005. Expedition to the Barcoo River. Fishes of Sahul 19(3), 154-159.

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Schmida, G. 2003. Cheeky little buggers - a look at Australian blue-eyes. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 960-975.

Schmida, G. 2010. Pretty pictures. Fishes of Sahul 24(2), 563-575.

Schmida, G. 2010. Dance of the butterflies. Fishes of Sahul 24(3), 596-600.

Schmida, G. 2012. Blowing my own trumpet. Fishes of Sahul 26(3), 701-708.

Schmida, G. 2013. The dwarf rainbowfish Melanotaenia maccullochi – Ogilby, 1915. Fishes of Sahul 27(2), 726-734.

Schmida, G. 2014. An underrated rainbowfish: Cairnsichthys rhombosomoides. Fishes of Sahul 28(4),839–844.

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Schnell, M. 2011. Brackish creek fishes of Narrabeen Lake. Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 608-617.

Semple, G. 1984. Marjorie’s hardyhead, Craterocephalus marjoriae. Fishes of Sahul 2(2), 61-64.

Semple, G. 1985. Ambassis macleayi. Fishes of Sahul 2(4), 90-94.

Semple, G. 1985. Craterocephalus stercusmuscarum – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the fly-specked hardyhead. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 97-102.

Semple, G. 1985. Pseudomugil gertrudae – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the spotted blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(1), 105-108.

Semple, G. 1985. Pseudomugil tenellus – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the delicate blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(2), 109-113.

Semple, G. 1986. Pseudomugil signifer – maintenance, reproduction and early development of the Pacific blue-eye. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 121-125.

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Shoesmith, D. 2015. A community hero – the dwarf flathead gudgeon. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 866–868.

Shoesmith, D. 2015. Unusual coloured Galaxias. Fishes of Sahul 29(4), 937-940.

Short, J.W. 1991. Predatory behaviour of the spangled perch, Leiopotherapon unicolor Günther on the river prawn, Macrobrachium australiense Holthius under laboratory conditions. Fishes of Sahul 7(1), 296-300.

Smales, K. 1986. The desert goby under threat. Fishes of Sahul 3(3), 128.

Socolof, R. 1984. Can anyone help? Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 30.

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Tappin, A. 1985. Iratherina werneri – aquarium observations. Fishes of Sahul 2(3), 78-79.

Tappin, A.R. 1983. Drying effects on the eggs of the rainbow fishes. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 20-21.

Tappin, A.R. 1984. Spawning the blackmast: Quirichthys stramineus. Fishes of Sahul 1(3), 25-27.

Tappin, A.R. 1984. In search of the honey blue-eye, Pseudomugil mellis. Fishes of Sahul 1(4), 37-39.

Tappin, A.R. 1995. Blue-eyes revisited. Fishes of Sahul 9(2), 405-411.

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Thompson, G. 1983. Can you help? Fishes of Sahul 1(1), 9.

Thompson, G. 1983. The desert goby Chlamydogobius eremius. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 17-20.

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Tustin, D.P.S. 2014. The names you know, the people you don’t: James Douglas Ogilby. Fishes of Sahul 28(1), 783-788.

Tustin, D.P.S. 2014. The names you know, the people you don’t: Hendrikus Albertus Lorentz. Fishes of Sahul 28(2), 799–804.

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Unmack, P. 2002. Darwin rainbows. Fishes of Sahul 16(3), 854–863.

Unmack, P.J. 2007. The Batanta and Waigeo rainbowfishes, further clarified. Fishes of Sahul 21(2), 334–336.

Unmack, P.J. 1996. The unique Cooper Creek catfish from central Australia. Fishes of Sahul 10(2), 460–464.

Unmack, P.J. 2000. The genus Hypseleotris of southeastern Australia, its identification and breeding biology. Fishes of Sahul 14(1), 645–657.

Unmack, P.J. 2016. Update on saving Running River Rainbowfish. Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1025–1032.

Unmack, P. and Brumley, C. 1991. Initial observations on spawning and conservation status of redfinned blue-eye (Scaturinichthys vermeilipinnis). Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 282–284.

Unmack, P.J. and Hammer, M.P. 2015. Burdekin rainbowfish on the verge of disappearing from Running River! Fishes of Sahul 29(4), 933–937.

Unmack, P.J., Hansen, B., Briggs, G., Stanton, M., Scharpf, C. and Gill, A. 2016. Fish in focus: Empire Gudgeon Hypseleotris compressa (Eleotridae). Fishes of Sahul 30(3), 1033–1037.

Unmack, P.J., Martin, K.C., Hammer, M.P., Ebner, B., Moy, K. & Brown C. 2016. Malanda Gold: the tale of a unique rainbowfish from the Atherton Tablelands, now on the verge of extinction. Fishes of Sahul 30(4), 1039–1054.

Unmack, P.J. and Paras, G.J. 1995. Galaxiella pusilla: around Melbourne, going going, nearly gone. Fishes of Sahul 9(1), 398–400.

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New Genera and Species Described

Allomogurnda Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda flavimarginata Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda hoesei Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda insularis Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda landfordi Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda montana Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda papua Allen, 2003.

Allomogurnda sampricei Allen, 2003.

Allen, G.R. 2003. Allomogurnda, a new genus of gudgeon (Eleotrididae) from fresh waters of New Guinea, with descriptions of seven new species. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 978–997.

Euastacus leckii Coughran, 2005.

Coughran, J. 2005. Cherax leckii n. sp. (Decapoda: Parastacidae), a new crayfish from coastal, northeastern New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 19(4), 191–196.

Euastacus maccai McCormack and Coughran, 2008.

McCormack, R.B. and Coughran, J. 2008. Euastacus maccai, a new freshwater crayfish from New South Wales. Fishes of Sahul 22(4), 471–476.

Euastacus pilosus Coughran and Leckie, 2007.

Coughran, J. and Leckie, S. 2007. Euastacus pilosus n. sp., a new crayfish from the highland forests of northern New South Wales, Australia. Fishes of Sahul 21(1), 308–316.

Glossolepis dorityi Allen, 2001.

Allen, G.R. 2001. A new species of rainbowfish (Glossolepis: Melanotaeniidae) from Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 15(3), 766–775.

Lentipes venustus Allen, 2004.

Allen, G.R. 2004. Two new species of gobiid fishes (Lentipes and Stenogobius) from fresh waters of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 87–96.

Melanotaenia garylangei, Graf, Herder and Hadiaty, 2015.

Graf, J., Herder, F. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), Melanotaenia garylangei, from western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 29(2), 870–881.

Melanotaenia mairasi Allen and Hadiaty, 2011.

Allen, G.R. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2011. A new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), from western New Guinea (West Papua Province, Indonesia). Fishes of Sahul 25(1), 602–607.

Melanotaenia rubrivittata, Allen, Unmack and Hadiaty, 2015.

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2015. Melanotaenia rubrivittata, a new species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northwestern Papua Province, Indonesia. Fishes of Sahul 29(1), 846–859.

Pseudomugil luminatus, Allen, Unmack and Hadiaty, 2016.

Allen, G.R., Unmack, P.J. and Hadiaty, R.K. 2016. Pseudomugil luminatus, a new species of Blue-eye (Teleostei: Pseudomugilidae) from southern New Guinea, with notes on P. gertrudae. Fishes of Sahul 30(1), 950–961.

Scaturiginichthys Ivantsoff, Unmack, Saeed and Crowley, 1991.

Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis Ivantsoff, Unmack, Saeed and Crowley, 1991.

Ivantsoff, W., Unmack, P., Saeed, B. and Crowley, L.E.L.M. 1991. A redfinned blue-eye, a new species and genus of the family Pseudomugilidae from central western Queensland. Fishes of Sahul 6(4), 277–282.

Stenogobius watsoni Allen, 2004.

Allen, G.R. 2004. Two new species of gobiid fishes (Lentipes and Stenogobius) from fresh waters of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 18(4), 87–96.

Revision of Species Names

Allomogurnda nesolepis (Weber, 1907) by Allen (2003).

Allen, G.R. 2003. Allomogurnda, a new genus of gudgeon (Eleotrididae) from fresh waters of New Guinea, with descriptions of seven new species. Fishes of Sahul 17(3&4), 978–997.

Chilatherina bulolo (Whitley, 1938) by Allen (1983).

Allen, G.R. 1983. Chilatherina bulolo, a valid species of rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae) from northern New Guinea. Fishes of Sahul 1(2), 13–17.

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