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What’s New In Anabantoid Studies: Part 1
  by: Dale Speirs, The Calquarium, Apr 2000
Full-contact fighting between individuals of the same species is relatively rare in nature. Even during the mating season most disputes are decided without actual contact.

The Labyrinth Fishes, Part III
  by: Jennifer Wilkinson, The Calquarium, Oct 1999
Edith’s betta has small eyes and short fins. The caudal fin is round. The fin rays extend beyond the edges. They are beige with three longitudinal stripes along the body.

The Labyrinth Fishes, Part II
  by: Jennifer Wilkinson, The Calquarium, Sep 1999
The common paradise fish has colorful blue bands over a reddish brown background. They also have a blue throat.

The Labyrinth Fishes, Part I
  by: Jennifer Wilkinson, The Calquarium, Jul 1999
We recently purchased some baby pearl gouramis. Although we have kept these fish before, it has been quite a while, and I had forgot how interesting it is to watch them.

Pseudosphromenus dayi
  by: Grant Gussie, The Calquarium, Nov 1998
The spike-tailed paradise fish is from South-East Asia, but its exact distribution is poorly known. Its range has been broadened considerably by the actions of tropical fish exporters and other humans.

RELATING WEBSITES:

Anabantoids and Rainbowfish
A personal website by by J. L. Wiegert, contains a short list of common species and basic information on each fish.

Betta Passion
Everything you need to know about bettas!

International Betta Congress
At the IBC we keep betta, breed betta, show betta, and most of all, we talk betta to anyone who wants to talk about them.

Labryinth Fishes
Contains links to websites on bettas, gouramis and other anabantids.





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