Journal - Furthering the Study of Catfishes
Membership of the CSG is achieved by subscribing to the Journal. We publish four issues of the journal each year. There are several options to purchase our journal. You can subscribe to the digital edition (download here), or have the print edition delivered to you. For ease of use, the subscription automatically renews but you can cancel further renewal at any time. There is also an option to collect the journal at one of our events. We also have a range of back issues for sale.

Journal Subscription options

  • Volume 19 issue 2: June 2019, the current issue, contains:
  • Spawning Pseudacanthicus sp. L065 - The blizzard cactus pleco by Mark Walters
  • A threatened pencil catfish from the high Andean plateau: Trichomycterus catamarcensis (Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae) by Julieta Andreoli Bize
  • Spawning Hypostomus sp. L346 = Another LBJ! by Mark Walters
  • On the identity and validity of Callichthis punctatus Valenciennes, 1834 by Steven Grant
  • Sustainable Ornamental Fisheries by Mark Walters

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You may also be interested in reading some articles from past issues.

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