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Schistura udomritthiruji

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    Matt
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    Described in a paper published this week, named in honour of Kamphol Udomritthiruj. Also a pic of the type locality near Kapoe, Ranong Province, southern Thailand. Also type locality of Akysis pulvinatus and other syntopic species were Schistura robertsi, Homaloptera smithi, Hara filamentosa, Mastacembelus armatus and a goby species. PH ~ 8, water temp 29.3°C. It’s only been collected from one other stream and both flow directly into the Andaman Sea.

    Pics and info from: Bohlen, J and V. Šlechtová: Schistura udomritthiruji, a new loach from southern Thailand (Cypriniformes: Nemacheilidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 20(4): 319–324.

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    Thomas
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    Matt, thanks for sharing, this is a very nice Schistura!
    Is there even a pic of the new Pangio?

    Bye,
    Thomas

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    Matt
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    Might be. /rolleyes.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:rolleyes:” border=”0″ alt=”rolleyes.gif” /> By the way, quick question; any opinions on whether I can go to jail for posting these?

    Ref: Britz, R. and M. Kottelat. 2009: Pangio longimanus, a miniature species of eel-loach from Central Laos (Teleostei: Cypriniformes: Cobitidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 20(4): 371–376

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    Thomas
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    I can wait

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    Matt
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    You’re welcome and yeah check out the elongated pectorals on the male!

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    Thomas
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    Thanks Matt, it looks like the male has a bit red in caudale and the female beneath don’t. I wonder is it really a coloured fin or something else?

    My old anguillaris male has a bit similar elongated pectorals but of course I haven’t such a good photo of it. But you can see the thickened ray

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