Indeed, the somewhat delayed Akvaariokalat is finally out. No link to the book, the publisher’s web page is stuck somewhere in 2006, and thus missing all pertinent information.
The book clocks in around 700 species, with a very good hit ratio, only a couple of conspicuous omissions exist (mudskippers for one). The content is very catfish-heavy, with cichlids (especially middle american species) treated quite lightly.
The layout is pleasant, photographs well-selected and the textual bits actually contain useful information – clearly worth the fifty euros asking price.
Heavily recommended, and if it weren’t for the Aquarien Atlas, this new book would be very close to the top of its class.
(Yeah, resurrecting the long-dormant fishblog ought to happen soon, with a much more precise review of the book amongst its first entries.)