National Geographic : 1934 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A NEW VISITOR COMES FROM AUSTRALIA The Australian blue-eye, Pseudomugil signifer, was first imported to this country in 1932. After the breeding period, the orange fins of the male fade to pale reddish. It belongs to the family Atherinidae, another member of which is the Australian rainbow fish. Life size. TINY ARISTOCRATS OF THE AQUARIUM The rich hues of Neolebias ansorgi make it one of the most attractive of the rarer tropicals, despite its small size. The unusual coloration of the new miniature loach, Acanthopthalmus kuhli (lower), is a decided departure from the subdued colors of the rest of its family. Life size.