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Re: [Killietalk] Nematolebias papilliferus or whitei
In a message dated 2/18/08 8:47:57 PM, whuntley at verizon_net writes:
> . Lee, please find that reference, OK?
Now I remember where I read the reference. It was in a reprint from
Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters. I got a chance to read it from a reprint
that Dave Koran had. I will see if he still has it and will read it again. The
only thing I remember was that the papilliferus has vertical bars on the sides
of the male made up of closely aligned gold spots. The males of whitei have
less organized spots. Papilliferus was longer and more slender on average. More
details when I get to read the article again. There are soma details summarized
on killidata on line. There it states that whitei has 16.5 dorsal rays and
papilliferus has 17.5. Other differences include vertebrae average count, and
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