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Aphyosemion herzogi RADDA, 1975

Classification

Order: Cyprinodontiformes Family: Nothobranchiidae

Distribution

Described from northern Gabon, close to ‘Zoumoukou’, which is seeen on modern maps as ‘Zomoko’, but has a much wider distribution extending into Equatorial Guinea (upper parts of some Benito River tributaries), and southern Cameroon (Ntem River), as well as the Ivindo and Okano drainages in Gabon, the latter pair both tributaries of the much larger OgoouĂ© system.

Maximum Standard Length

40 – 45 mm

Water Conditions

Temperature: 15 – 20 °C

pH: 5.0 – 6.5

Hardness: 0 – 90 ppm

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