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. There is also an option to collect the journal at one of our events.


 

In the current issue:
  • AGM 2017 and constitutional amendments by Julian Dignall
  • Breeding Panaqolus albivermis (L204), the flash pleco (Siluriformes: Loricariidae) by Jacqueline Heijmen Bennett-Leaver
  • Update on a spawning account of Spatuloricaria puganensis (Siluriformes: Loricariidae) by Mark Walters
  • Report on the 2017 Spring auction by Mark Walters
  • How do corys fertilize their eggs? – An evaluation of thru-gut insemination and observation of a novel component of spawning behaviour (Callichthyidae: Corydoras) by Michael Hardman

If you wish to maximize your support of the CSG and reduce your carbon footprint, please subscribe to our digital journal. Our production and postage costs for the digital version are effectively zero, and all of your subscription fee is used to support and improve CSG events and activities.

Your subscription will begin with the next published edition and continue for one year (four issues). Your copy will be delivered to you by your chosen method shortly after it is published. Subscribers to the digital Journal will receive their password by email when it is available to download. Please consider your PayPal receipt to be an acknowledgement of your order, if you see that a Journal has just been published and you have not received your copy please email secretary@catfishstudygroup.org.

Please note that subscribers who receive their magazines by post are entitled to the digital editions. You will be provided with the password to open the file along with your printed copy of the magazine.

We also have a range of back issues for sale. You may also be interested in reading some articles from past issues.

 

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