Monogenea of Fishes

Monogenetic trematodes (Monogenea) are parasitic flatworms mostly found on the gills, fins, skin, and eggs of freshwater and saltwater fishes. They vary in size from about 100 microns to 2 to 3 cm in length. They hold onto their hosts via a combination of hooks, anchors, and suckers at their … Read more about Monogenea of Fishes

Striking Tanganyikan Gold

While the Mbunas and Haploids of Lake Malawi would be more familiar to most aquarists of the ACT and surrounds, many fish from Lake Tanganyika are commonly found in local fish shops. The Lemon Cichlid (Neolamprologus leleupi), the Princess Cichlid (Neolamprologus brichardi), and several species … Read more about Striking Tanganyikan Gold