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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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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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Volume 24, Issue 1 – 05 June 2018

Natascha Wosnick, Bianca de Sousa Rangel, André Sucena Afonso, Hugo Bornatowski, Fábio Hissa Vieira Hazin, Renata Guimarães Moreira and Carolina Arruda Freire: Hormones and migration in tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier): can they be related?, pp. 9-14

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Volume 24, Issue 1 – 05 June 2018

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Volume 23, Issue 4 – 15 March 2018

Mandy T. Etpison and Patrick L. Colin: Blue Water Spawning by Moorish Idols and Orangespine Surgeonfish in Palau: Is it a “Suicide Mission”?, pp. 121-136

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Volume 23, Issue 4 – 15 March 2018

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Volume 23, Issue 2 – 28 January 2017

João Paulo Krajewski, Roberta M. Bonaldo and Ivan Sazima: Do cleaner wrasses rub on reef manta rays to remove their own parasites? pp. 47-53

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Volume 23, Issue 2 – 28 April 2017

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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 .

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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”,

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