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Starting with August 2017 AQUA institutional subscribers are offered the option for online view of the complete collection of AQUA, International Journal of Ichthyology. The possibility to access to online viewing of ALL back issues and single papers (more than 900 PDFs) is reserved to institutional subscribers in the SUBSCRIPTION

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Ichthyology

THE FRESHWATER FISHES OF SURINAME By Jan H. A. Mol Published by Brill Academic Pub, Leiden- Boston, 2012. 889pp. Price $83.00 ISBN 978900421074 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

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Ichthyology

A New Species of Cascudinho of the Genus Hisonotus (Siluriformes: Loricariidae: Hypoptopomatinae) from the Upper Rio Tapajós Basin, Brazil

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Ichthyology

A New Species of Sexually Dimorphic Electric Knifefish from the Amazon Basin, Brazil (Gymnotiformes: Apteronotidae)

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Ichthyology

Rediscovery, taxonomic and conservation status of the threatened catfish Listrura camposi (Miranda-Ribeiro) (Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae) (PDF file)

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Aquatic Events

Do Freshwater fishes diversify faster than marine fishes? A test using state-dependent diversification analyses and molecular philogenetics of new world silversides (Atherinopsidae)

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Aquatic Events

Frans Witte passed away February 12 He worked on cichlid fishes from the Mwanza Gulf on Lake Victoria for the past 30 years in Tanzania and studied the adaptative evolution of the haplochromines to the Nile perch introduction. With his help, many cichlids were brought from the Lake in captivity

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Aquatic Events

A deepwater fish with ‘lightsabers’ – dorsal spine-associated luminescence in a counterilluminating lanternshark

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Aquatic Events

Primitive fish with butt fins shows evolution’s quirk A 370-milion-year-old, primitive fish sported a weird pair of fins just below its anus, new research shows…..

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