The Journal of Fish Biology is a leading international, peer-review journal for scientists engaged in all aspects of fish biology. Ranked in 2008 amongst the 100 most influential journals of Biology & Medicine over the last 100 years by the Special Libraries Association - Biomedical and Life Sciences Division (SLA-DBIO), the journal encompasses all aquatic ecosystems: marine, estuarine and fresh water.
Fish species in Lake Tana genetically surprisingly similar
The different species of barbels in Lake Tana in northern Ethiopia have evolved from a common ancestor. When biologists from Wageningen University first described the fifteen species over twenty years ago, it was not yet ...
Scientists document longest-ever case of sperm storage in sharks
Brownbanded bamboo sharks take the term "resourceful" to a whole new level. Steinhart Aquarium biologists at the California Academy of Sciences were taken aback when a shark egg case dropped by an adult bamboo shark showed ...
Fish species flourish in hypersaline estuary
Scientists have a better understanding of fish capable of living in highly saline estuaries following an in-depth study of the Leschenault Estuary in south-western Australia.
Researchers capture video of freshwater fish grabbing birds out of the air
The secret life of the sea trout
Jan G. Davidsen and his graduate students are spies. They use listening stations and special tags they attach to their subjects to track their movements. They follow their subjects winter and summer, day and night. They are ...
Cod may serenade females with rhythmic grunts
Male cod may 'sing' to females during mating, suggests a new study investigating the sounds cod and pollack produce during the spawning season.
No-take marine reserves a no-win for seahorses
A UTS study on how seahorses are faring in no-take marine protected areas (MPAs) in NSW has revealed that where finishing is prohibited, seahorses aren't doing as well.