Australian and New Guinea Fish

These fish are SAHUL fish. SAHUL refers to the Australian landmass from about 10,000 years ago. It includes New Guinea, Tasmania and Australia.



Fish I currently keep:

Pseudomugil cf. gertrudae "Aru II"
Melanotaenia boesemani (Boeseman's rainbow)
Pseudomugil ivantsoffi "Kopi River" Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi (Yellow rainbow)
Tateurndina ocellicauda (Peacock Goby) Melanotaenia irianjaya
Glossolepis incisus

Melanotaenia praecox (Dwarf Neon rainbow) Melanotaenia praecox "pagai"


Formerly kept:

Chlamydogobius eremius (Desert Goby) Melanotaenia lacustris (Turquoise rainbow)
Melanotaenia parkinsoni (Parkinson’s rainbow)
Glossolepis pseudoincisus
Melanotaenia splendida inornata
Melanotaenia trifasciata 'Pappin Creek'
Pseudomugil furcatus (Forktail blue-eye) Pseudomugil signifer (Pacific blue-eye)
Melanotaenia affinis (New Guinea rainbow) Melanotaenia trifasciata 'Goodie River' (suspect they are M. goldei)
Pseudomugil gertrudae "Giddy R." (Spotted Blue-eye) Allomogurnda nesolepis (Goo-obo goby) 
Glossolepis multisquamatus Iriatherina werneri (Threadfin rainbow)
Marosatherina ladigesi (Celebes rainbow)



                                                  


Last updated Oct. 25/12