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The Aquarium Gazette Issue 21

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    David Marshall
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    Hey

    We continue the TAG project with another amazing Issue.

    Close to 90 pages packed with beautifully written and illustrated feature articles plus all the latest news and reviews of the aquatic scene through ‘Community Zone’.

    Feature articles:

    CLOSE UP TO ANDRIAS – THE GIANT SALAMANDERS
    By Darren Naish
    (A comprehensive look at the history of, the genetics of and the care of the members of the genus Andrias and close relatives)

    NANNACARA TAENIA – THE LATTICE NANNACARA
    By Ian Fairweather
    (These beautiful little cichlids can be difficult to reproduce in aquaria. Ian tells us how he achieved this task).

    THE TOSAKIN – THE MOST SAUGHT AFTER GOLDFISH VARIETY
    By Dennis Godfrey
    (Dennis tells us the amazing story of the development and history of this beautiful goldfish strain)

    OCEANARIUM DIARY – PART 1
    (An amalgamation of press releases from Oceanarium Bournemouth)

    PHALLOCEROS CAUDIMACULATUS – THE DUSKY MILLIONS FISH
    By Ivor Hilton
    (A comprehensive, and beautifully illustrated, look at this member of the Phalloceros genus)

    THE CULTRATUS SAGA
    By Jonathan Downes
    (Alfaro cultratus has Jonathan ‘in a spin’).

    THE UPS-AND-DOWNS OF SCOLICHTHYS GREENWAYI
    By Oll Lewis
    (Oll puts forward his theories as to why this livebearing specie can be hard to reproduce in aquaria)

    WHEN TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION – DRAGONFLY SWARMS
    By Jonathan Downes
    (A truly amazing article on the insect swarms of Hong Kong)

    BOOK REVIEW – LOACHES – BALITORID FAMILY
    Author Mark Duffill
    Review by David Marshall

    FISH TALES – ON THE TRAIL OF LT. FAWCETT’S TOOTHLESS SHARK?
    By Dr. Karl Shuker
    (Lt. Fawcett was one of the greatest of all British explorers. But what was the ‘shark’ specie that he spotted deep in the Amazon?)

    RADIANT RASBORAS
    By David Marshall
    (David looks at the Rasboras in great detail. Beautifully illustrated article.)

    THE HAPLESS HARLEQUIN
    By Dr. David Ford
    (Dr. Ford turns the spotlight on the Harlequin rasbora)

    MORE NEWS FROM ‘LIVING SEAS’
    By Nicky Hoar, on behalf of Dorset Wildlife Trust
    (More amazing conservation stories from the DWT)

    THE FOUR PONDS AT BURTON AGNES HALL
    By David Marshall
    (The U.K.’s most haunted tourist attraction is home to four beautiful ponds)

    Further details are available from our official website at:
    http://www.theaquariumgazettte.co.uk

    Available in both Word 2000 and PDF formats. PDF format will transfer to e-books.

    To purchase on disc:

    U.K.
    Payment by cheque (made payable to The Aquarium Gazette) £3.70, inclusive of post and packing,
    Payment by Paypal £3.95, inclusive of post and packing.

    Overseas EEC postal area
    Payment by Paypal £4.70, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Overseas outside of EEC
    Payment by Paypal £5.30, inclusive of postage and packing.

    Direct e-mail transfer of the PDF version £3.

    Our Paypal address is
    [email protected]

    Postal address:-
    The Aquarium Gazette
    16 Potter Hill
    Pickering
    North Yorkshire
    England
    YO18 8AA

    Regards David

    Cover photograph is copyright of P. Jessop

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    #343914

    ferox
    Participant

    Got the link to work eventually when I deleted a ‘t’ from gazettttte

    Some fascinating looking articles there!

    #343929

    David Marshall
    Participant

    QUOTE (ferox @ Jun 7 2011, 01:10 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Got the link to work eventually when I deleted a ‘t’ from gazettttte

    Some fascinating looking articles there!

    Hey

    Yes, as always, we bring to our readers the widest range of quality, in both text and illustrations, aquatic-related articles that we can.

    Regards David

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