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New Satanoperca
May 3, 2012
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Kullander, S.O. (2012): A taxonomic review of Satanoperca (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from French Guiana, South America, with description of a new species. Cybium: Fishes of the Guianas, 36 (1): 247-262.
http://www.mnhn.fr/sfi/cybium/.....iumgb.html

May 4, 2012
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Satanoperca sp. "Red Lip" from French Guyana

 

There is also another species Satanoperca sp. "Orange Lip" from Rio Madre dos Dios in Peru, do not confuse them.

May 4, 2012
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Some notes from previous Satanoperca work*: "Besides the described species in this clade, several authors have suggested putative undescribed species based on subtle morphological variation. Two of the most distinct are Satanoperca sp. “Negro-Alto Orinoco” from the upper Negro and upper Orinoco Rivers in Venezuela (S.O. Kullander, pers. com. to H. López-Fernández and D.C. Taphorn) and Satanoperca sp. “red lips” from southeastern drainages of the Guyanas and Amapa in Brazil (Araguari, Amapa Grande, Oiapoque) (Weidner, 2000).
In the case of our putative samples of Satanoperca sp. “red lips” from the Araguari River in Amapa, we saw no sharing of haplotypes from this locality with fishes from other localities of nominal S. jurupari or S. leucosticta (both geographically adjacent species), a pattern that at face value could imply genetic distinctness..."

* = from Species-level phylogeny of ‘Satan’s perches’ based on discordant gene trees (Teleostei: Cichlidae: Satanoperca). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Available online 1 March 2012.

May 4, 2012
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Have you go the new paper Bojan?

Cake or death?
May 4, 2012
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Matt said
Have you go the new paper Bojan?

Not yetCry

May 5, 2012
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Someone has pre-released the name of the new species: Satanoperca rhynchitis Kullander, 2012
I still don't have paper yet.

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