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Vanmanenia maculata, a new species of hillstream loach from the Chang-Jiang Basin, South China (Teleostei: Gastromyzontidae)

Home Forums Ichthyology Vanmanenia maculata, a new species of hillstream loach from the Chang-Jiang Basin, South China (Teleostei: Gastromyzontidae)

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    Zootaxa 3802(1)

    Abstract

    Vanmanenia maculata, new species, is described from the middle and lower Chang-Jiang basin in Hubei, Hunan, and Jiangxi
    provinces, South China. This new species, along with V. caldwelli, V. stenosoma, and V. striata, is distinguished from
    all other Chinese species of the genus by lacking secondary rostral barbels. It is distinct from V. caldwelli and V. striata in
    anus placement, rostral lobule shape, and body coloration, and from V. stenosoma in having a larger scaleless area on the
    ventral surface of the body and a shallower caudal-peduncle. Vanmanenia polylepis should be removed from the synonymy
    of V. pingchowensis and regarded as valid.

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