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Thread: Second Edition of Adrian Tappin's Rainbowfishes E Book (80 more pages)

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    After only 1 week 20 copies have already been paid for. This effort appears to be moving a lot faster than expected, don't miss your opportunity to get this great resource in hardcopy.

    Leon.
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    This will be the last and final notice regarding the opportunity to purchase this book, this print run is definitely happening. The 50 orders needed to enable the print run was not reached, but after negotiations with the printer is was agreed that a minimum run of 30 copies could be done at the same cost, and the group has achieved this number. Final orders must be placed and paid for by November 30th. The price is $180 and the offer is only available through the "Rainbowfish Australia" Facebook group administrated by Peter Matheson. The clock is ticking, so get cracking.
    GUMBOTRON

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    The link for the e-book does not seem to work anymore. Does anyone have another link to the book? Would love to read it
    Chatony

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    Thanks Grubs
    Chatony

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    Oooh how come I just come across this now?? Downloading now!

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    Just had a quick flick (well, quick scroll with the mouse wheel) through the book and wow what a wealth of information and what marvelous photos!

    Are there any plans for a third edition? Especially given the number of new species discovered and described during the last 2-3 years? Professional photos of M. rubrivittata would be just yummy

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    I don't think there will be any more from Adrian. He is very senior and recently retired from writing the ANGFA Qld newsletter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    I don't think there will be any more from Adrian. He is very senior and recently retired from writing the ANGFA Qld newsletter.
    That's too bad. It's good that the rainbowfish site is keeping up to date but nothing beats the feeling of having a glossy, real, hefty 600-page book in your hands.

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