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Someone a couple of weeks back requested information on E. infrafasciatus
This location was collected by Olivier Buisson of the KCF in 1999.
The West African database
the following information listed.......
Situated near the coast near a place called 'Mile 11'. The beaches here are
made up with black sand. The collectors stayed at a hotel here which had a
lake containing soft, cold water & measured 20 metres long & 2 metres deep.
The pool was a source for a stream which led to the sea. Many aquatic plants
were found including:- Ceratophyllum, Bolbitis heudelotii, Nymphea lotus
(red spotted green form), flowered Crinum natans, and a moss looking like
During the day they observed shoals of " mulets ", green Hemichromis,
sometimes protecting their fry.
At night, we find lots of Epiplatys infrafasciatus, an Eleotrid 12cm long,
and shrimps of the Genus Macrobrachium.
This location was better known as Limbe.
Other collection sites are listed on the site & I thank Olivier for his
help. My apologies for the delay in replying but I only just dropped on the
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- Help please.
- From: owner-killietalk at aka_org (by way of Barry J. Cooper)
- Re: Help please.
- From: "Vasco Manuel de Almeida Ribeiro Gomes" <vrg at netcabo_pt>