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  • #301949

    Mark Duffill
    Participant

    Hi Guys

    I am about to start work on the next two loach books, they will be Cobitid Family and Nemacheilid Family

    So far fish included are:

    Cobitid Family:
    Serpenticobitis octozona
    Acantopsis choirorhynchus
    Cobitis paludica
    Lepidocephalicthys annandalei
    Lepidocephalicthys berdmorei
    Lepidocephalicthys guntea
    Lepidocephalicthys thermalis
    Misgurnus anquillicaudatus

    Nemacheilid Family:
    Yunnanilus cruciatus
    Yunnanilus brevis
    Nemacheilus longistriatus
    Nemacheilus masyai
    Nemacheilus rubidipinnis
    Nemacheilus shimogensis
    Mesonoemacheilus guentheri
    Mesonoemacheilus triangularis
    Barbuca diabolica

    I was just wondering what other species people would like to see included?

    the next book after these will be Balitorid Family II

    #346717

    Stuporman
    Member

    Is that

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    Nemacheilus rubidipinnis

    or Acanthocobitis rubidipinnis?

    #346720

    Mark Duffill
    Participant

    Depends where you look, the same fish is listed under the names Cobitis, Acanthocobitis, Nemacheilus and Nemachilus

    #346730

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Mark, Barbucca and Serpenticobitis are both currently in Balitoridae I think? Also the correct genus placement for N. shimogensis is Nemachilichthys.

    #346736

    Mark Duffill
    Participant

    The Barbucca and Serpenticobitis are listed in Balitoridae Matt, I think I have my lists mixed up or just my head lol

    I was initially thinking about doing a book just on the Pangio’s but it may be a better idea to add them to the cobitid book

    #346738

    Colin
    Participant

    Hi Mark

    why not just make it a book about loaches you havent yet covered instead of sticking to a family… a bit like aqualog where they have the original book then bring out a title with new species?

    cheers

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