3 edition of Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea found in the catalog.
Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea
Gerald R. Allen
Includes bibliographical references (p. 162) and index.
|Statement||Gerald R. Allen, Kent G. Hortle, Samuel J. Renyaan.|
|Contributions||Hortle, Kent G., Renyaan, Samuel J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2006314905|
Freshwater Fishes of the Timika Region New Guinea Perth, Western Australia PT Freeport Indonesia and Tropical Reef Research. Atlas Pacific Limited Annual Report [Pearl company based in Waigeo, Raja Empat Islands] Fremantle Atlas Pacific Limited 47p. Bernstein, Marc Hurricane at Biak: MacArthur Against the Japanese, May – August. New Guinea River +++++ New Guinea has fish fauna unlike that of Southeast Asia. New Guinea's fish most resemble those of Australia for good reason, millions of years ago they were part of the same land mass. The dominant species in the aquarium trade from New Guinea are Rainbowfish. WATER: pH , dH, F ( C) TANK.
Field guide to the freshwater fishes of Australia. Perth: Western Australian Museum pp. Allen, G.R., Storey, A.W. & Yarrao, M. Freshwater Fishes of the Fly River Papua New Guinea. Tabubil, Papua New Guinea: Ok Tedi Mining pp. Castelnau, F.L. de Notes on the fishes . Australia is vast and "Guide to Sea Fishes of Australia" in its current format ( reprint), struggles with distance covered and species diversity. Would I bring "Guide to Sea Fishes of Australia" on dives interstate? No. I'd pack a marine guide specific to the by:
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Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea. Timika, Indonesia: Freeport Indonesia ; Roleystone, Western Australia: Tropical Reef Research, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald R Allen; Kent G Hortle; Samuel J Renyaan.
The Fly River is the largest river on the island of New Guinea and home to more than species of freshwater fishes, many of which are found no where else on Earth.
In depth coverage is provided for every species inhabiting this fascinating biotiope, from the tiny Glass Goby to the legendary Papua Black : $ FRESHWATER FISHES OF TIMIKA REGION NEW GUINEA. This is the first book in a series of field guides to the biodiversity of the Timika Region of southern Indonesian New Guinea.
The Timika Region lies between the Otakwa and Mamoa river basins, and the Central Dividing Range in Author: Ruo Yu. Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea / Gerald R.
Allen, Kent G. Hortle, Samuel J. Renyaan Lukautim pis / R. Tietze i raitim Rainbowfishes of Australia and Papua New Guinea / Gerald R. Allen & Norbert J. Cross. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Perciformes (Perch-likes) > Apogonidae (Cardinalfishes) > Apogoninae Etymology: Glossamia: Greek, glossa = tongue + Greek, amia = a kind of fish (Ref.
); timika: Named after the type locality, Timika region in Papua New Guinea. Purchase Freshwater Fishes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBN The taxonomy is up-to-date as first author Dr. Gerald Allen is an international recognised authority on both freshwater and coral reef fishes of the Australia-New Guinea region. In this comprehensive guide, 93 native species and five feral species of freshwater fish are presented.
THE FISHES OF NEW GUINEA by Ian S Munro. A VERY RARE TITLE. Dept Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries Port Moresby New Guinea First edition. Illustrated boards, colour & b & w plates, line illustrations, pp + 78 plates. F/o inscription o/w very good condition plus.
Exclusively freshwater fish More than fish species in New Guinea have evolved to the point where they are limited to freshwater.
About of those are found nowhere else in the world (they are endemic). For example, rainbow fishes (family Melanotaeniidae) and blue-eyes (family Pseudomugilidae), 2 closely related families, are unique to Australasia - an area that includes Australia, New.
Biodiversitas New Guinea’s freshwater fish diversity may reach species, twice the number of fish recorded in Australia. However, New Guinea’s freshwater fishes are facing rapid and poorly-planned social and economic developments, which have accelerated both habitat loss andCited by: 1.
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Freeport Indonesia and Tropical Reef Research. vii+. FishBase a global information system on fishes. DVD. WorldFish Center - Philippine Office, Los Banos, Philippines. Published in May Catalog of Fishes database, 13 March version; Eschmeyer, W.
and R. Fricke, and R. van der Laan (eds). Published books include: Fresh water fishes of the Timika Region New Guinea (), Aquatic Biota of Mimika waters, Papua (), Mimika Butterflies (), Birds of Mimika (), Subalpine and Alpine fauna of Mimika, Papua Indonesia (), Mangrove Estuary crabs of the Mimika Region, Papua (), Freshwater crustaceans of the Mimika Region.
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This list may not reflect recent changes (). A review of freshwater fish introductions in Papua New Guinea. Article (PDF Available) in Science in New Guinea 24(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea / Gerald R.
Allen, Kent G. Hortle, Samuel J. Renyaan Field guide to the freshwater fishes of New Guinea / Gerald R. Allen Fishes of Western Australia / by Gerald R. Allen. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allen, Gerald R.
Field guide to the freshwater fishes of New Guinea. Madang, Papua New Guinea: Christensen Research Institute, © Allen G.R.
() Field guide to the freshwater fishes of New Guinea. Christensen Research Institute, Madang, Papua New Guinea. Allen G.R. () Rainbowfishes in Nature and in the Aquarium.
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Gerald R. Allen’s most popular book is Indo-Pacific Coral Reef Field Guide. Book Description. This stunningly illustrated book goes far beyond a run-of-the-mill nature guide. It explores the fascinating life histories of Britain’s freshwater fishes, a group of animals which, despite their importance and ubiquity in our diverse still and flowing fresh waters, has before now been rarely regarded and respected as 'wildlife'.Allen, G.R., K.G.
Hortle and S.J. Renyaan, Freshwater fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea. Timika, Indonesia: Freeport Indonesia ; Roleystone, Western.Freshwater Fishes of the Timika Region, New Guinea.
P.T. Freeport Indonesia, Timika, Indonesia. Ivantsoff W., Aarn, M.A. Shepherd and G.R. Allen () Pseudomugil reticulatus (Pisces: Pseudomugilidae), a review of the species described from a single specimen from Vogelkop Peninsula, Irian Jaya, with further evaluation of the systematics of.