Colomesus psittacus – Banded Puffer (Tetrodon psittacus, Tetrodon semispinosus)
The best way to identify C. asellus from C. psittacus is the number of bands on their back. C. asellus having 5 when C. psittacus having 6. The black ...
28th Aug 2015
Osteoglossum bicirrhosum – Silver Arowana (Ischnosoma bicirrhosum, Osteoglossum arowana, )
I have a 2 males / 1 female group of Osteoglossum in my 2650 US gallons amazonian tank from September 2011... they gently come to maturity ...
24th Aug 2015
Metynnis maculatus – Spotted Metynnis (Myletes maculatus)
Hi Matt, we should continue via e-mail. You will find my address in the profile.
15th Aug 2015
Hmmm, been doing some research and it seems that the taxonomy of this genus is in need of serious work. The review by Zarske & Géry (1999) leaves so ...
Major Changes in New World Cichlid Taxonomy
I doubt that these will stand for very long. Four of eight are monotypic? When I looked at their phylogenetic tree some of these were essentially in t...
14th Aug 2015
…as does this apparently xanthic form which shows differences in caudal peduncle depth and head profile compared with the previous specimen.
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