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This topic contains 10 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Enda 7 years, 8 months ago.

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    Colin
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    Hi folks, online english version is online to read now. Its the Internationale Gemeinschaft für Labyrinthfische newsletter which is about labyrinth fish..

    http://www.igl-home.de/09/mak/MakEn%202_09.pdf

    cheers
    C

    #317071

    Bully
    Participant

    Thanks for posting, there’s some great photos and, it’s interesting reading thus far – really enjoying the article on Macropodus in garden ponds

    #317073

    johnpeten
    Participant

    QUOTE (Colin @ Mar 5 2010, 12:47 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi folks, online english version is online to read now. Its the Internationale Gemeinschaft für Labyrinthfische newsletter which is about labyrinth fish..

    http://www.igl-home.de/09/mak/MakEn%202_09.pdf


    WOW

    #317074

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Thanks Colin! Just had a quick look so far but really interested in the parosphromenus!

    #317077

    Matt
    Keymaster

    It’s great this is available in English.

    #317081

    Colin
    Participant

    No Problem.

    Yeah there are a few of the back issues online to find too.

    The IGL is a great group if you are interested in anabantoids, as is the AAGB

    #317082

    Mark Duffill
    Participant

    Cheers Colin, great read

    #317083

    Matt
    Keymaster

    The B. splendens-group article is particularly interesting for me as I gave up on writing profiles for them due to the reasons discussed there.

    #317086

    torso
    Participant

    thanks for posting Colin
    as former member of the IGL and responsible for a regional group in the days of foundation I appreciate this kind of progress
    cheers charles

    #317087

    Colin
    Participant

    Ah, you need to rejoin then Torso!

    I went to one of the IGL meetings in 2008 in Holland; it was great fun! I took a stack of fish over to sell and think I came back with more than I took!!!

    Great atmosphere

    I have been in a few of the meetings for the specialist groups

    #317111

    Enda
    Participant

    Wow! Thanks for this English translation! I’ve always hoped that the IGL would have more of its great resources available in English. This newsletter is great

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