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Satanoperca lilith KULLANDER & FERREIRA, 1988

January 3rd, 2015 — 3:07pm

Despite its extensive natural distribution S. lilith is uncommon in the ornamental trade, where it is sometimes referred to as ‘one-spotted demon fish’ or ‘one spot eartheater’.

It can be distinguished from other members of the genus by possessing a single dark blotch on the flank and a prominent ocellus at the caudal-fin base. Among the named species it is most similar to S. daemon, but that species possesses two blotches on the flank.

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Centromochlus reticulatus (MEES, 1974)

Reticulated Driftwood Catfish

June 27th, 2013 — 8:55pm

The genus Centromochlus ´╗┐is diagnosable by members having the proximal anal-fin radials enlarged and fused to each other at the base, forming a single ossified structure.

It’s sometimes included in the putative subfa…

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Boulengerella maculata (VALENCIENNES, 1850)

March 19th, 2013 — 9:03am

Both species also possesses a broader dark midlateral stripe on the body which tends to be more well-defined in B. lateristriga than in B. maculata.

Colour pattern in B. maculata varies considerably with some specimens noticeably paler than others, for example, and the the broad midlateral stripe usually less intense in such individuals.

This does not app…

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