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Melanotaenia trifasciata - Goyder River
Rainbowfish from the Goyder River in Australia.
180 liter Naturaquarium / Melanotaenia trifasciata - Goyder River / Okt.2013
Melanotaenia trifasciata beim Balzen und Ablaichen, ihre Farbenpracht ist schon sehr schön, trotz ihres jungen Alters.
Melanotaenia trifasciata - Banded Rainbowfish
Melanotaenia trifasciata 三線美人 PK Melanotaenia goldiei 藍彩綠美人V 20150112 174817
Freshwater Fishes of North-eastern AustraliaCSIRO PUBLISHING. 2017. ISBN: 0643069666,9780643069664. 684 pages.
The ecology, systematics, biogeography and management of North East Autralia's native fish. It details 79 species, their evolutionary history, breeding biology, feeding ecology, movement patterns, macro- and micro-habitat use, water quality tolerances, conservation status and current threats, as well as environmental flow and management needs.
Ecology of Australian Freshwater FishesCSIRO PUBLISHING. 2013. ISBN: 9780643108301,0643108300. 440 pages.
This edited volume reviews our past and present understanding of the ecology of Australian freshwater fishes. It compares patterns and processes in Australia with those on other continents, discusses the local relevance of ecological models from the northern hemisphere and considers how best to manage our species and their habitats in the face of current and future threats. In view of these challenges, the need for redress is urgent. The chapters are written by some of our foremost...
The Practical Aquarium Fish HandbookSterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2003. ISBN: 1402705859,9781402705854. 256 pages.
At the heart of this essential reference is a directory of more than 200 different fish, each presented in a beautiful close-up, full-color photo along with details about its origins, size, requirements, characteristics and care. Find out which fish work best for novice aquarium owners, which like plants, which live well in groups and which don't, plus what they eat, how they breed, and more. A wide range of fish are represented, including tetras, guppies, swordtails, mollies, angelfish,...