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by John E. Randall, Kimberly R. Andrews and Iria Fernandez-Silva – aqua 25 (4) pp. 179-184 Data and photographs are provided to demonstrate that the Indo-Pacific Red Snapper Etelis carbunculus Cuvier (in Cuvier & Valenciennes) is a swarm, defined as a population of individuals of a species that are able

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by Ivan Sazima – aqua 25 (4) – pp. 133-148 Abstract Mangroves and tidal creeks harbour rich and varied fish assemblages composed mostly of small, juvenile, and larval individuals. Fish species that forage on the bottom or in the water column in open areas would be at greater risk of

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Volume 25, Issue 4 – 15 October 2019 New Scientific publication – started delivery on July 30, 2019 Full Text | PDF (1,1 MB) Ivan Sazima: Eating out: the Australian pufferfish Tetractenos hamiltoni lunges or blows water at prey situated above water level, pp. 125-132 Abstract Among the about 30,000

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Dear Colleagues and Friends, dear Members of the Editorial Board, Flavio Lima, who served as the Scientific Editor of aqua – International Journal of Ichthyology since January 2014, decided to retire from this post by the end of the year in order to devote more time to research. Over a

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The ichthyological community is saddened by the death of our Indonesian colleague, Renny K. Hadiaty, who passed away after battling cancer on 30 January 2019. Renny was passionate about the freshwater fish fauna of her native land and worked tirelessly to promote it in a variety of ways that included

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INDIAN ORNAMENTAL FISHES – Volume 1 by Mark Smith It is with great enthusiasm that the publication of Heiko Bleher’s book Indian Ornamental Fishes Volume 1 is finally out for all to behold.  This is the first comprehensive book published to date on the subject, and due to the large

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by Mousavi-Sabet, S. Vatandoust and H. Blehe aqua 24 (4) – Revised 26 October 2018 – Accepted 03 November 2018 Abstract The Harirud or Tedzhen River basin is an international endorheic basin at the border of Afghanistan, Iran and Turkmenistan. The present article provides an updated checklist on fish fauna

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On August 31, 2018, the world lost a pioneer in marine research, an outstanding ichthyologist, inspiring environmentalist, museum expert, and historian of science, and we lost a beloved colleague, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klausewitz, who died in Bad Homburg, near Frankfurt am Main, Germany after a short stay in hospital. On

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Gas Liquid chromatography-residue analysis of pesticide profenofos in freshwater fish Labeo rohita by Bantu Nagaraju and Vakita Venkata Rathnamma

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