The Parosphromenus Project seeks to gather infor­ma­tion and knowl­edge in the areas which are of impor­tance to the destruc­tion of the habi­tats of South East Asia in which the parosphromenus species live.

This infor­ma­tion con­cerns the bio­di­ver­sity, the threa­thened nature as well as the threa­thened peo­ple of the area. We would like to gather here links to impor­tant soci­eties, links to arti­cles with spe­cial themes. We will strive to update this with new arti­cles and links and we wel­come any infor­ma­tion regard­ing this. Please send a mail to Diese E-​Mail-​Adresse ist vor Spam­bots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschal­tet sein! if you come across arti­cles or infor­ma­tion which you think might be of relevance.

We are of course also ded­i­cated to the gath­er­ing of knowl­edge and infor­ma­tion con­cern­ing every­thing about the species of parosphromenus. This we have done through the describ­tions of the 20 known species, as well as some the many more yet unde­scribed vari­ant, and through the exchange of expe­ri­ence by indi­vid­ual aquar­ists in our Forum.

We value all expe­ri­ences, and believe that through the expe­ri­ence of the indi­vid­u­als we can accu­mu­late under­stand­ing and knowl­edge. There is an inter­est­ing arti­cles writ­ten by Peter Finke, about the way this could be seen. You can read it here

Cit­i­zen sci­ence by Peter Finke.


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