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An account of Lamprologini, including Neolamprologus sp. Part 1 — Part 2 — Part 3. Partitioned into 32 sections, this account of Lamprologini includes facts about Neolamprologus sp. Regarding J. Moore and the type localities of N. At this small island, we found a new lamprologin species at a depth of 15 metres in April , referred to as Neolamprologus sp.
Neolamprologus sp. Furthermore, N. The picture was captured in at the eastern side of Mwila Island at a depth of 15 metres and shows a fully grown male. Introduction to Lamprologini. Current and future taxonomical status of the lamprologin species of Lake Tanganyika. Possible novel lamprologin genera. The discovery of Neolamprologus sp. Characterisation and differentiation of Neolamprologus sp. The unusual caudal-fin shape: indented, emarginate, forked, crescentic, or lunate.
Mwila Island in the Kipili Archipelago. Ecological forms and semi-distinct incipient species: the case of Telmatochromis temporalis. Telmatochromis brachygnathus and the T. Colouration as a cause of divergent selection in Lamprologini. Ecological forms and semi-distinct incipient species: the cases of Neolamprologus mondabu and species of Altolamprologus. Historical high and low lake stands in Lake Tanganyika.
The age of Neolamprologus sp. Endemic species of the Kipili area, including Lepidiolamprologus kamambae. Generic assignment of Neolamprologus sp. A species without a name. Moore and the Tanganyika expeditions. Neolamprologus modestus and the perception of a lake-wide distribution. Neolamprologus modestus and further confusion involving N.
Lamprologus modestus nyassae Borodin, Neolamprologus petricola and confusion with N. Neolamprologus modestus -like species in southern Tanzania. Lamprologus staecki Brichard, a: Neolamprologus modestus -like species in central Tanzania. Introduction to the Neolamprologus modestus species complex. The Neolamprologus mondabu species group Part 2. Part 3 Appendix. Appendix 1 fish species names derived from J. Appendix 3 additional species associated with J.