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Puntigrus anchisporus (VAILLANT, 1902)

August 9th, 2012 — 11:31am

This species occasionally appears in the aquarium hobby, but the trade is largely reliant on commercially-produced ‘tiger barbs’ of questionable origin.

It is distinguished from congeners by the following combination of characters: lateral line complete; 14 circumpeduncular scales; 21-23+2 scales in the lateral row; dorsal-fin black with red outer band; pelvic fins red.

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Kottelatlimia pristes (ROBERTS, 1989)

March 13th, 2012 — 1:25pm

The genus Kottelatlimia was erected by Nalbant (1994) to accommodate K. katik which had previously been assigned to Lepidocephalichthys but differs in various aspects noted earlier by Kottelat and Lim (1992) including: relatively small adult size; scaleless…

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Kottelatlimia hipporhynchos KOTTELAT & TAN, 2008

March 13th, 2012 — 1:25pm

This species differs from congeners in the presence of papillae covering the mouthparts (lips, barbels, and lobes) which are absent in other species. It’s also the largest species in the genus and the serrae on the second pectoral fin rays in males form a broa…

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