Ok Tedi Mininng, 2008. 216 pages, paperback, colour photographs, line drawings.
Allen, Gerald R., Andrew W. Storey and Marskon Yarrao
The Fly River is the largest river on the island of New Guinea and home to more than 100 species of freshwater fishes, many of which are found no where else on Earth. In depth coverage is provided for every species inhabiting this fascinating biotiope, from the tiny Glass Goby to the legendary Papua Black Bass. This concise volume is lavishly illustrated throughout and packed with valuable biological information. Local indigenous language names are also provided for most species. Scientists, aquarists, anglers and nature enthusiasts alike will find this book a handy reference