Aphyosemion bualanum (Ahl, 1924) Recherche rapide

Attributs

  • DISTRIBUTION: Lien Faunafri
  • Aquariology : difficult to maintain in aquarium .
  • Chromosomes : Vasil'ev, 1980 .
  • Common names : Savanniviiripyrstö (Finnish), Kekem-Pachtkärpfling (German) .
  • Current distribution known : this species is only known from its type locality, the vicinity of Bouala, Western Central African Republic and from the upper reaches only of the Benue River basin in Nigeria and Cameroon .
  • Ecology : Foersch, 1969 a | not a seasonal killifish | Scheel, 1974 h | Schrieken, 1971 a | Schrieken, 1971 c | Vlaming, 1982 a .
  • Food habits : ants and other insects .
  • Genetics : Gyldenholm & Scheel, 1971 | Radda & Scheel, 1975 | Scheel, 1968 a | Scheel, 1973 a | Scheel, 1974 h .
  • Habitat : brooks and swamps in the open and humid grassland savanna on the highlands .
  • Hybridation : Scheel, 1968 a | Scheel, 1974 h .
  • Reproduction : Haller, 1975 | laying adhesive egg on aquatic plants and roots; two month incubation; eggs diameter: 1.4 mm | Woeltjes, 1981 a .
  • Size : 50 mm TL .
  • Types :
    • Aphyosemion bualanum kekemense Radda & Scheel, 1975: 98, fig. 1-2, pl. 1. Type locality: "Petit N" kam, einem Bach im Ortgebiet von Kekem, 35 km N.N.O. von N" kongsamba, an der Strasse nach Bafoussan in Kamerun", western Cameroon. Holotype and paratypes NMW, registration numbers unknown.
    • Aphyosemion rubrifascium Clausen, 1963: 203, fig. 1, pl. F, G. Type locality: "Marsh between Ndop and Bumunka in the Bamenda area, Cameroon highlands". Holotype ZMUC n° P.351696; paratypes ZMUC n° 351.698 and 351.652 to 351.658.
    • Panchax bualanus Ahl, 1924 c: 54. Type locality: "O-Sangha Uham, 1200 m, Buala, Grasland, Kamerun", presently Bouala, western Central African Republic (06°24'N-15°35'E). Syntypes ZMHU n° 21.947.
    • Panchax tessmanni Ahl, 1924 d: 310. Type locality: "Ndap Sigido, Bosum im Ueamgebiet und Oberlauf des Mono, Nebenfluss des Dscha", western Central African Republic. Syntypes ZMHU, registration numbers unknown ‘ Holly, 1930 a: 210.