Article © Julian Dignall, uploaded October 28, 2007.
Below is a list of links to other catfish related sites. If you wish to report a broken link, or request that a link to your site be added, please post in the bugs & suggestions section. Please note that only links to catfish related sites will be added.
|All about selected Asian cats.||Aspredinidae - Tree of Life||Scientifically slanted investigation into this often overlooked family of catfish.|
|The online community for the Bristlenose Keeper.|
|Callichthyidae - Tree of Life||Scientifically slanted investigation into the ever popular (and expanding) armoured catfish family.|
|The online community for the Canadian Pleco Keeper.|
|Catalog of Fishes||A vast, searchable database of references on all species of fish.|
Catfish Study Group (UK)
|The Catfish Study Group is UK based, but members from around the world are more than welcome. Background and activities information is provided along with an online membership form.|
|The best in its genre although parts of the site are pay per view.|
|Another great Corydoras site.|
|Huge database of all fishes with a feature rich search engine which is well worth a query or two. If you haven't got all day to surf then you can also buy the database on CD-ROM from the site.|
|Freshwater Fishes of Argentina||A direct link to the catfish section of this site.|
|Greg's Image Gallery||A varied selection of catfish (and other fish) pictures.|
|Johnny Jensen's Photo Library and Aquarium Photo Library||Two interconnected sites featuring many glorious pictures of varying things (travel, nature, sportsfishing) picture but you don't have to look far to find some great catfish (or 'maller') photos.|
|Another Japanese Corydoras site, this link points to the English section - check out the Corydoras Encyclopedia.|
|Jon Armbrusters Loricariid Page||Cutting edge scientific pages written by an expert in the field. Plenty of taxonomy and pictures too. Very interesting site for pleco people!|
|Master Index of Freshwater Fishes||If you want to find further references for a particular species, then go here.|
|'An online community for pleco fans, from beginners to experienced breeders.'|
|www.trollart.com||Ray Troll's art page. Ray is a talented artist and has a thing about the Amazon. Needless to say catfish figure in his work...|
|A fellow Scottish site with loads of good information, particularly on breeding Corydoras.|
|To allay a certain popular cybermyth, visiting PlanetCatfish.com will have had no adverse effects on your Pl*co.|
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