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Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 61-68, Volume 22 issue 2, 18 April 2016 Abstract A new Aphyosemion species is described from Gabon, based on eight specimens collected in a small stream within the hydrographic system of the Ikoy River on the northwestern edge of

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Volume 21, Issue 2 – 18 April 2016

Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl: Aphyosemion bitteri (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), a new killifish species from the northern Massif du Chaillu, Gabon, pp. 61-68

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Volume 22, Issue 2 – 18 April 2016

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Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl aqua International Journal of Ichthyology,  pp. 110-119, Volume 21 issue 3, 15 July 2015 Abstract Aphyosemion jeanhuberi, new species, is described from the border area between Gabon and Congo (Brazzaville) in the Massif du Chaillu. It can be distinguished from the remaining members of the

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Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl: Aphyosemion jeanhuberi, a new killifish species of the Aphyosemion ogoense species group (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), with remarks on the identity of Aphyosemion louessense (Pellegrin, 931), pp. 110-119 Abstract Aphyosemion jeanhuberi, new species, is described from the border area between Gabon and Congo (Brazzaville) in the Massif

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Volume 20, Issue 2 – 15 April 2014

Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl: Aphyosemion mengilai, a new killifish species from the northern Massif du Chaillu, central Gabon (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), pp. 111-116

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Volume 20, Issue 2 – 15 April 2014

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aqua 20(2)_Aphyosemion mengilai
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Stefano Valdesalici and Wolfgang Eberl aqua International Journal of Ichthyology, pp. 111-116, Volume 20 issue 2, 15 April 2014 Abstract Aphyosemion mengilai, new species, is described from small streams belonging to the hydrographic system of the Ikoy River basin on the northern part of the Massif du Chaillu, central Gabon. It

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Volume 20, Issue 2 – 15 April 2014 Full Text | PDF (1,4 MB) John E. Randall: The goatfishes Parupeneus cyclostomus, P. macronemus and freeloaders, pp. 61-66 Abstract The Indo-Pacific goatfishes Parupeneus cyclostomus and P. macronemus feed over sand like other mullid fishes, thrusting the pair of sensory barbels on

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