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Badis triocellii (junior or senior synonym of B. singenensis) PDF requested

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    Stefan
    Member

    Can anyone get ‘Records of zoological survey of India 111 (part 4) 65-72’, describing Badis triocellii Khynriam & Sen, 2011 for me? I’ve never heard of the species and Sujoy was so kind to send me a small excerpt of its record, however I am unable to find any reference to it, and Google results are 0.

    #348680

    Erwin
    Participant

    A picture of this species can be seen here (and search for triocelli): http://zsi.gov.in/right_menu/Animal_disc/Animal%20Discovery%202011.pdf

    #348687

    Stefan
    Member

    I know 🙂 The paper is still not out – and perhaps it might never be since it’s extremely likely (down to matching type localities if I recall correctly) a junior synonym of singenensis, something which might not escape the reviewers/editor.

    #348706

    Erwin
    Participant

    I think its published, should receive a copy soon. See: http://worldfish.de/sci.htm

    #348707

    Stefan
    Member

    @Erwin said:
    I think its published, should receive a copy soon. See: http://worldfish.de/sci.htm

     

    Could you forward it to me too then, please? I should get a copy of one of the authors but whoever is faster works for me.

    #348709

    Matt
    Keymaster

    It’s not published yet guys…and when it is B. triocelli seems set to immediately become a junior synonym of B. singenensis. Thanks Rahul for the info.

    #348710

    Stefan
    Member

    @matt said:
    It’s not published yet guys…and when it is B. triocelli seems set to immediateloy become a junior synonym of B. singenensis. Thanks Rahul for the info.

     

    That’s not adding anything new to the conversation, now is it? 😉

    #348734

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Except that it’s not published yet, which is what you were asking no?:D

    #349582

    Stefan
    Member

    Still nothing… :( Still looking very forward to reading this one.

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