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MAH - Image of Rivulus (Laimosemion) mahdiaensis

MAH - Image of Rivulus (Laimosemion) mahdiaensis

Fundulopanchax scheeli | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Fundulopanchax scheeli | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Banded Fundulus (Aphyosemion bivittatum). See specimen in variant colours below.

Banded Fundulus (Aphyosemion bivittatum). See specimen in variant colours below.

Aphyosemion Striatum / tandkarper

Aphyosemion Striatum / tandkarper

Aphyosemion tirbaki is on the Red List of Threatened Speciew. The fish is known from a restricted area, in brooks and small streams in the rainforest of the Lekoudi River basin in southwestern Gabon where it is threatened by commercial manganese mining and urban and agricultural pollution. Iron mining is a further potential threat. The species EOO is less than 5,000 km². It is not thought that the species is more widespread.

Aphyosemion tirbaki is on the Red List of Threatened Speciew. The fish is known from a restricted area, in brooks and small streams in the rainforest of the Lekoudi River basin in southwestern Gabon where it is threatened by commercial manganese mining and urban and agricultural pollution. Iron mining is a further potential threat. The species EOO is less than 5,000 km². It is not thought that the species is more widespread.

LOE - Aphyosemion (Chrom.) loennbergii "Koppongo"

LOE - Aphyosemion (Chrom.) loennbergii "Koppongo"

Aphyosemion amieti. Male. Syn: Fundulopanchax amieti, Radda 1976. Native to western Africa, Cameroon, downstream plains and north of the Sanaga River. It is found in the backwaters, forest streams of this area of ​​lowland around Somakak.

Aphyosemion amieti. Male. Syn: Fundulopanchax amieti, Radda 1976. Native to western Africa, Cameroon, downstream plains and north of the Sanaga River. It is found in the backwaters, forest streams of this area of ​​lowland around Somakak.