Epiplatys longiventralis (Boulenger, 1911) Recherche rapide

Attributs

  • DISTRIBUTION: Lien Faunafri
  • Anatomy : Poernomo, 1967 .
  • Aquariology : difficult to maintain in aquarium .
  • Colour pattern : Wildekamp & van der Zee, 2003b .
  • Common names : Hohtovaanija (Finnish), Ogoin (Ijo: Nigeria) .
  • Current distribution known : found in the swampy parts of small streams and sides of rivers on the eastern side of the Lower Niger River system and in the northern part of the Niger River delta (Nigeria) .
  • Ecology : not a seasonal killifish | Scheel, 1974 h .
  • Food habits : ants and other insects (Huber, Killi-Data online: www.killi-data.org) .
  • Genetics : Scheel, 1974 h .
  • Habitat : occurs in swamps and swampy parts of small streams in the savanna .
  • Reproduction : near-to-surface spawner; 2 weeks incubation; eggs diameter: 1.4 mm (Huber, Killi-Data online: www.killi-data.org) .
  • Size : 60 mm TL .
  • Types :
    • Haplochilus longiventralis Boulenger, 1911 g: 266. Type locality: "Swamps between Agwarba and Awka, southern Nigeria" (6.183N-7.067E). Syntypes BMNH n° 1908. 6.3: 13, 1909.4.2: 10-11 and 1911.3.31: 34-39.