THE FRESHWATER FISHES OF SURINAMEBy Jan H. A. MolPublished by Brill Academic Pub, Leiden- Boston, 2012.889pp.Price $83.00ISBN 9789004210745 This unique work contains for the first time all 64 inland fish families as well as the species of the 9 recognized subfamilies in the Characidae, with the exception of Serrasalminae, which
INDIAN OCEAN REEF GUIDEMaldives-Sri Lanka-Thailand-South Africa-Mauritius-Madagascar-East Africa-Seychelles. By H. DebeliusPublished by ConchBooks, Harxheim, Germany, 2013. 321pp. Price 39.80€ ISBN 978-3-939767-52-7 This book deals with all range of marine animals to be found in the Indian Ocean, molluscs, corals, crustaceans, other marine invertebrates, cartilaginous fish, bony fish, reptiles, and mammals .
On February 25, 2015, the world lost its most remarkable pioneer in shark research and scuba-diving for research purposes, a leading ichthyologist and marine conservationist, and we lost a beloved colleague, Dr. Eugenie Clark, who died of non-smoking lung cancer at her home in Sarasota, Florida. Nicknamed “the Shark Lady”,
FISHES OF AUSTRALIA’S SOUTHERN COASTBy M. Gommon, D. Bray & R. KuiterReed New Holland Publishers (Australia) Pty. Ltd, 2008. 928pp. Aust. $130.00ISBN 978187706-9185 (hard cover) Not long ago, when talking to Martin Gomon, the senior editor of this book, described it as a heavy tome, weighing more than 2
This is my very special and warm “Welcome” for Flávio César Thadeo de Lima to be the new scientific editor of aqua, to guide this scientific journal to further worldwide success as all his procedures did, with very hard precise and intensive work.I know Flávio, one of Heraldo Britski’s preferred
I must thank Frank L. Pezold III, for his great work during the last two years for aqua, and especially because he made it again possible for this strict peer-reviewed scientific journal to be even more respected an appreciated by the international Ichthyologic community. Frank has committed himself for an
A new member of the genus Nematocharax from Bahia state, eastern Brazil is just the second member of the genus known to date…… For further information download the full, open access paper: Negreiros de Bragança, P. H., M. A. Barbosa and J. L. Mattos, 2013. A new Nematocharax species from
THE BIOLOGY OF GOBIESPatzner, R. A., J. L. Van Tassell, M. Kovačié, and B. G. Kappor, (editors). Science Publishers, Channel Islands, U.K., Enfield, New Hampshire, USA. 2011. 685 pp. Gobies are a group of charismatic fishes that live in tropical and temperate freshwater, estuarine, and fully marine habitats to a