June 10, 2009
Dario kajal, new species, is described from Seinphoh stream in the Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya, India. It can be distinguished
from all other congeners by the presence of a postorbital stripe that continues behind the eye in line with the preorbital
stripe and by the presence in males of a series of double bars restricted to the upper half of the body. The discovery
of D. kajal in the Meghna River drainage raises the number of Dario species to five and raises interesting questions about
the biogeography of the genus.
http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa.....31p337.pdf - Open Access
June 13, 2011
Thanks Sujoy, it's this one right?
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