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Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 24(2)

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    Stuporman
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    Nebeshwar, Kongbrailatpam and Waikhom Vishwanath: Three new species of Garra (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from north-eastern India and redescription of G. gotyla

    Batuwita, Sudesh, Madura de Silva and Udeni Edirisinghe: A review of the danionine genera Rasboroides and Horadandia (Pisces: Cyprinidae), with description of a new species from Sri Lanka

    Costa, Wilson J. E. M.: Hypsolebias caeruleus, a new seasonal killifish of the Hypsolebias adornatus complex from the Caatinga of north-eastern Brazil, São Francisco River basin (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) 

    Mattos, José L. O., Felipe P. Ottoni and Maria A. Barbosa: Microglanis pleriqueater, a new species of catfish from the São João river basin, eastern Brazil (Teleostei: Pseudopimelodidae) 

    Caires, Rodrigo A.: Microphilypnus tapajosensis, a new species of eleotridid from the Tapajós basin, Brazil (Gobioidei: Eleotrididae) 

    Ng, Heok Hee and Rohan Pethiyagoda: Mystus zeylanicus, a new species of bagrid catfish from Sri Lanka (Teleostei: Bagridae)

    Plongsesthee, Rungthip, Maurice Kottelat and F. William H. Beamish: Schistura crocotula, a new loach from Peninsular Thailand (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae) 

    Ng, Heok Hee and Kevin W. Conway: Pseudolaguvia assula, a new species of crypto-benthic sisorid catfish from central Nepal (Teleostei: Sisoridae) 

    Decru, Eva, Jos Snoeks and Emmanuel Vreven: The true identity of the holotype of Hepsetus odoe and the names of the two West African species of Hepsetus (Teleostei: Hepsetidae)

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    Matt
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    No open access papers this issue? :(

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    Stefan
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    Afraid not. I would be interested in everything, and especially the Nepalese species paper.   

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    nuchal man
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    I would appreciate the descriptions of the new Pseudolaguvia, Mystus, and Microglanis if anyone has them. I find IEF to be a very frustrating journal. Very limited online access and at least in the states, very few universities have access to it. 

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    BallAquatics
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    @nuchal man said:
    … a very frustrating journal. Very limited online access … 

    Which begs the question, “Why publish and then severely limit the distribution of the information?”  It doesn’t make good sense to me.

    Dennis

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Not only that, but when you do buy a paper it is encoded in such a way that it can only be opened on one computer. They also changed that coding system recently meaning anything purchased before the switch cannot be opened.

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