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Rivulus berovidesi, a new killifish species (Teleostei: Rivulidae) from western Cuba

Home Forums Ichthyology Rivulus berovidesi, a new killifish species (Teleostei: Rivulidae) from western Cuba

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    Matt
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    Zootaxa 3949(2)

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    Rivulus berovidesi, a new killifish species, is described from a small stream in Sierra de Cajalbana, northwestern Cuba. It is readily distinguished from Rivulus cylindraceus Poey by the combination of an exclusive color pattern and meristic characters such as a d-type frontal scalation pattern (versus e-type pattern in Rivulus cylindraceus). The current diagnosis of Rivulus berovidesi based on chromatic, morphological and meristic characters is consistent with a recent molecular analysis of this genus in Cuba.

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    oaken
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    Me too!

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    Got this one if anyone wants it.

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