by J. Praveenraj, A. Uma, N. Moulitharan and H. Bleher aqua 24(4) – Accepted: 24 October 2018 Abstract Channa bipuli, a new species of colorful snakehead from Assam, Northeast India, is distinguished from all its congeners by possessing a unique bluish dorsum, 25-32 minute, well defined black spots on post-orbital
by J. Praveenraj, A. Uma, J. Daniel, M. Knight, N. Moulitharan, S. Balasubramanian, K. Bineesh and H. Bleher aqua 24 (4) – Accepted: 09 October 2018 Abstract Channa quinquefasciata, a new species of snakehead from Torsa River, West Bengal, differs from all congeners by possessing a unique greyish to chrome-yellow
SCHMERLEN Biologie, Pflege, Vermehrung By Gerhard Ott Tetra Verlag GmbH, Berlin-Velten, 2017 235 pp. Price €19,90 ISBN 978-3-89745-247-3 (soft cover) This loach book, so far only in German available Schmerlen, Biologie, Pflege, Vermehrung (Loaches, Biology, Maintenance, Breeding) came out in 2017 after many years of waiting, written by the German
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THE TEETH OF NON-MAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES By B. Berkovitz & P. Shellis Elsevier/Acadenic Press, London, 2016. 354 pp. Price $150.00 ISBN 978-0-12-802850-6 (hard cover) Teeth are mineralized, hard structures typically present at the mouth, which aid food acquisiton and processing. Teeth were a key evolutionary feature during the early evolution of
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 .