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SHORE FISHES OF EASTER ISLANDJohn E. Randall & Alfred CeaUniversity of Hawaii Press. 2011. 164 pp. cloth boundPrice: USD $35 Easter Island, a tiny remote outpost in the South Pacific, is perhaps best known for its colossal stone statues, and the controversy surrounding their origin. However, it is one of

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Again (reminder of): the terrible news about ‘creating’ fluorescent cichlids …

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The conundrum of why a particular group of deep sea fish have a gap between their skull and spinal columns has finally been solved

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IV Conferencia Latinoamericana sobre Cultivo de Peces Nativos – October 8-11, 2013, Villavicencio, Meta – Colombia Lectures at Perth Cichlid Society (Perth) and ANGFA Western Australia – October 9-10, 2013, Perth – Australia Lectures ANGFA Convention 2013 – October 12-13, 2013, Melbourne – Australia Lectures at Living Reef Aquarium –

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The Banggai Cardinalfish: Natural History, Conservation and Culture of Pterapogon kauderni Alejandro A. VagelliWiley-Blackwell, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. 2011, 224 pages ISBN 978-0-470-65499-6 (Hardcover) $179.95 ISBN 978-1-1199-5036-3 (ebook) $149.99 There are three online excerpts at: http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470654996.html, in addition to a brief description and table of contents of what is in

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Russian scientists reach Lake Vostok after 20 years of drilling into ice in Antarctica

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A new fossil fish species was discovered on the north-eastern Brazilian island Ilha do Cajual Alcântara and was named Equinoxiodus alcantarensis

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Heads before Tails: Ancient Fish Evolved Head-First Scientists have discovered by digitalizing the shapes of 69 Devonian fish and 304 fish from the Cretaceous that heads evolved before fins … actually this is something Darwin had discovered already over 150 years earlier…

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The Peruvian freshwater stingray commonly known as Tiger Ray, has been named

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