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Zootaxa round-up

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    Zootaxa 3905 (1)

    A new species of Bibarba (Teleostei: Cypriniformes: Cobitidae) from Guangxi, China

    A new loach species of the genus Bibarba is described from a cave (Hongshuihe River basin) in Guangxi, China. The new
    species, Bibarba parvoculus, can be distinguished from its only congener Bibarba bibarba by pigmentation patterns on
    fins and side of the body, shape of snout, counts of fin rays, eye diameter, caudal-peduncle length, and preanal length.

    Zootaxa 3911 (1)

    Dario huli, a new species of badid from Karnataka, southern India (Teleostei: Percomorpha: Badidae)

    Dario huli, new species, is described from a small tributary stream of the Tunga River in southern Karnataka, India. It can
    be distinguished from all its congeners except D. urops by the presence of a conspicuous black caudal-fin blotch and by
    anterior dorsal-fin lappets in males not being produced beyond fin spines. It is readily distinguished from Dario urops by
    the absence of the horizontal suborbital stripe (vs. presence), the presence of a series of up to eight black bars on the body
    (vs. 2–3 black bars restricted to caudal peduncle), 25 scales in a lateral row (vs. 28), 3–5 tubed lateral-line scales (vs. tubed
    lateral-line scales completely absent), 13+13=26 vertebrae (vs. 14+14–15=28-29), and the presence of teeth on hypobranchial
    3 (vs. absence of teeth).

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