Epiplatys cashneri, A New Species of Killifish (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae) from Liberia, West Africa
by Frank Pezold, Kassandra Ford and Ray C. Schmidt – aqua 26 (3-42) pp. 77-86 A new species of killifish, Epiplatys cashneri, is describedfrom tributaries of the Geebo and Dugbe rivers, in southern Liberia. It differs from all other Epiplatys species in its distinctive coloration. Males have an orange body
Volume 26, Issue 3-4 – 30 November 2020 New Scientific publication – started delivery on December 01, 2020 Full Text | PDF (1,8 MB) Tyson R. Roberts: Two new species of the spiny percheel genus Mastacembelus (Synbranchiformes, Mastacembelidae) with low numbers of dorsal fin spines from the Congo basin, pp.
The first two species of South American freshwater stingrays of the genus Potamotrygon, reported from the Orinoco Basin of Colombia by François Roulin in 1829
by Tyson R. Roberts – aqua 26 (3-4) pp. 92-112 Pseudogobiopsis rubrimaculosus n. sp. is described from a freshwater stream in Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea, on the basis of eight specimens, 16.6-24.2 mm SL. Diagnostic features include: second dorsal-fin elements I,7; anal-fin elements I,5-7 (modally 6); pectoral-fin rays 14-15
by Gerald R. Allen, Mark V. Erdmann and William M. Book – aqua 26 (1) – pp. 11-16 Abstract Feia seba, n. sp. is described from a single male specimen, 12.8 mm SL, collected from a sandy-mud bottom habitat in 30 m depth at Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea.