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Feb 14

February 14, 2019

The Observed Behaviour of a Mating Pair of Krefft’s Frillgoby in an Aquarium

The Observed Behaviour of a Mating Pair of Krefft’s Frillgoby in an Aquarium by Steve Reynolds (as told to him by Dion Clarke) Dion Clarke‎ recently posted this photo on the SA Natureteers Facebook page: – It was accompanied by the comments: – “Yesterday, we noticed an orange fish in our seawater aquarium, (we don’t have an orange fish). It... Read more

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Feb 10

February 10, 2019

Scientists believe that they have proven that fish are ‘self-aware’

Scientists believe that they have proven that fish are ‘self-aware’ by Steve Reynolds Because of my interest in fish behaviour, and a desire to learn all about fish cleaning behaviour as a part of that, I was very interested to read a recent newspaper report regarding cleaner wrasse. The report only featured in The Advertiser during February 2019, even though... Read more

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Feb 8

February 8, 2019

Much More to Fletcher’s Dock Than Meets the Eye

Much More to Fletcher’s Dock Than Meets the Eye by Steve Reynolds As reported in my article titled The Dunnikier Slip (& Its Links With The City Of Adelaide) (published in our April 2008 Newsletter), Henry Fletcher built a slipway at Birkenhead between 1849 and 1851. As explained in my article, “In the 1880s, Henry Fletcher began to excavate a... Read more

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