The perciform genus Pristolepis has a highly-fragmented distribution in southern India, Indochina and the Sunda Islands. A new species from the Western Ghats mountains in southern India, which has been available in the aquarium trade as P. sp. ‘red eye’, is described this week and published in the mega journal Zootaxa, bringing the number of officially-recognised species to four. Continue reading »
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Thank you, I just spotted this and corrected it. B.
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Hi Torill, ok, many thanks for the update.
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