Archiaphyosemion guineense (Daget, 1954) Recherche rapide

Attributs

  • DISTRIBUTION: Lien Faunafri
  • Anatomy : Huber, 1978 | Scheel, 1968 a .
  • Aquariology : difficult to maintain in aquarium .
  • Chromosomes : Vasil'ev, 1980 .
  • Common names : Guinean killi (English), Guinea-Prachtkärpfling (German) .
  • Current distribution known : upper Niger River drainage in Guinea, and the upper drainage systems of rivers flowing towards the coast in northeastern Sierra Leone and northern Liberia .
  • Ecology : not a seasonal killifish .
  • Food habits : ants and other insects .
  • Genetics : Aarn & Shepherd, 2001 | Gyldenholm & Scheel, 1971 | Scheel, 1968 a .
  • Habitat : occurs in pools, brooks and small streams in the Guinean savanna .
  • Reproduction : laying adhesive egg on aquatic plants and roots; 2 weeks incubation; eggs diameter: 1.6 mm .
  • Reproduction_references : Roloff, 1976 d .
  • Scales : Clausen, 1967 | Huber, 1978 | Scheel, 1968 a .
  • Size : 70 mm TL .
  • Types :
    • Aphyosemion guineense Daget, 1954: 300, fig. Type localities: "Dabola, chutes du Tinkisso, Banian, Simandou, Banamana, cercle de Kissidougou", upper Niger drainage, upper Guinea (ca 10°81'N-11°03'W). Syntypes MNHN n° 1935-226-227, 1951-294-295 (47) and IFAN (50).