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Re: whats the average kept
Cool! Thanks. So I got a little confused: Chromaphyosemion is part of the
Fundulopanchax-Aphyosemion -Chromaphyosemion complex while the other groups
(Script-, Archia- and Callos) form the sister taxa to Epiplatys, right?
Anyway, it's good to know what to call these guys.....
> "Roloffia" cauveti is a Scriptoaphysemion, although it looks little like
>all the other scriptos, like guingnardi, nigrifluvi, etzeli and others.
>Physically it looks more like a callopanchax in my opinion, the heavier body
>long dorsal an anal fins. Callos are the toddi, occidentalis, huwaldi, and
>monroviae. All Callos are soil spawning fish. The other part of "roloffia"
>is archiaphysemions ( most shows this is the name used for the "roloffia"
>section). They are supposedly the most ancient of this group of fish.
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Doug Karpa Wilson
Department of Biology
Bloomington, IN 47405
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