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Chrom. bitaeniatum CI2014

Ekona

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5 Year Member
Very nice, Micke, thanks for posting them. A great looking killi, and, I'm sure even better in real life.
Here is an A. cyanostictum.

 

MickeM

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5 Year Member
Nice photo Ekona!!

Too sad for me to see though...
I lost my group of Diapteron juveniles during some warm weeks this summer!!!:(:(

I was late to focus on that tank in the middle of the few warm Swedish/Nordic summer weeks that we got!!
(We are as rigid statues when we get sun + temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius in this country!!! ):cool::):cool:

But some killi-friends of mine still have got some Diapteron species.. If I am lucky they may sell a couple soon..??


The Stockholm Group of SKS (Scandinavian Killi Assoc.)+ SGS+Poecilia Scandinavia will be hosting "The Swedish Killi Days- 2015". Free entrance + auction (Sunday 16.00).
March 21-22nd
, 2015. (Saturday+Sunday)
At Sunday (13.00) - Gustav Eek and Anders Thell will talk and show pics from their Rivulus/Laimosemion-trip to Guyana (Fr. Guy.) 2014. (Also free entrance)


http://www.killi.dk/index.php/sv/


The Store hosting this event also sells Apistos !!!

/Micke
 
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MickeM

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5 Year Member
BTW...!!

Diapteron is now (once again..) belonging to the "new"/recently rearranged Aphyosemion family ?????
 

MickeM

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5 Year Member
BTW...!!

Diapteron is now (once again..) belonging to the "new"/recently rearranged Aphyosemion family ?????

A friend of mine said that we "Europeans" have been calling them Diapteron for many years, while you in the U.S. and other countries use the name Aphyosemion..??

My comment was referring to info I recently got regarding an article published in JAKA nr.39 Nov/Dec 2006 by Professor Glen E. Collier.. + rumours/info about DNA research/conclusions by French(and other..?) specialists/ichthyologists(?) ..and that this may lead to some name changes in the Killi family/genre?

From what I have heard .. Kinship between many Aphyosemion related species may have to be reorganized/revalued..

/Micke
 

Ekona

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5 Year Member
Yes, I'm aware of the Diapteron appellation but have not really been clear myself on the actual correct usage of either Aphyosemion or Diapteron as the genus name. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what revisions emerge and go with it :).
 

MickeM

Active Member
5 Year Member
Nice photo Ekona!!

Too sad for me to see though...
I lost my group of Diapteron juveniles during some warm weeks this summer!!!:(:(

I was late to focus on that tank in the middle of the few warm Swedish/Nordic summer weeks that we got!!
(We are as rigid statues when we get sun + temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius in this country!!! ):cool::):cool:

But some killi-friends of mine still have got some Diapteron species.. If I am lucky they may sell a couple soon..??


The Stockholm Group of SKS (Scandinavian Killi Assoc.)+ SGS+Poecilia Scandinavia will be hosting "The Swedish Killi Days- 2015". Free entrance + auction (Sunday 16.00).
March 21-22nd
, 2015. (Saturday+Sunday)
At Sunday (13.00) - Gustav Eek and Anders Thell will talk and show pics from their Rivulus/Laimosemion-trip to Guyana (Fr. Guy.) 2014. (Also free entrance)


http://www.killi.dk/index.php/sv/


The Store hosting this event also sells Apistos !!!

/Micke

Hi all..

This is a provisional exhibit list to SKS -Killidays in Stockholm 21-22 March.., as it looks today!!
(preliminary list!!, more species will probably be added!!)


Anablepsoides immaculatus GUY 95-7 Kammarang
Anablepsoides ornatus ”Santa Rosa, 2008”
Anablepsoides sp. GUY-GL 12/03 Arowana Bridge
Aphyosemion campomaanense 'ABK 07-181'
Aphyosemion pascheni festivum "Nkolbonda, HLM 99/23"
Aphyosemion rectogoense PEG 95/16
Aphyosemion spec. "Lobaye"
Austrolebias nigripinnis "Nueva Palmira"
Austrolebias apaii "Villa Soriano"
Chromaphyosemion volcanum 'Kaké II, ABC 06-111'
Chromaphyosemion volcanum "Yoke, C 03-37"
Cynodontichthys rubropunctatus
Cyndodonichthys spec 'Pivijay" Col 08-28'
Epiplatys lamottei "Koule, GRC 90/178"
Epiplatys spilargyreius "Kosti, SD 10-7"
Fundulopanchax amieti "C 89/31"
Fundulopanchax cf. amieti 'Ndokndak, ADL 13-49', F1
Fundulopanchax cinnamomeus 'Kurume, ADL 13-35', F2
Fundulopanchax gresensi 'Takwai'
Fundulopanchax mirabilis intermittens 'Bayok '
Fundulopanchax nigerianus 'Makurdi'
Fundulopanchax oeseri 'Bioko Island'
Fundulopanchax sjoestedti "Niger Delta"
Hypsolebias mediopapillatus "Pindai"
Kryptolebias ocellatus "Cubatao"
Laimosemion xiphidius GET 2014-3 Crique Cacao VF
Laimosemion xiphidius GET 2014-10 Crique Soumourou
Laimosemion geayi GET 2014-20 Saut Maripa VF
Laimosemion strigatus BRLSM 2011/9 Altos do Janau
Laimosemion rectocaudatus "Llanchama"
Nematolebias papilliferus "Inoa"
Scriptaphyosemion cauveti

and these..

Flexipenis vittata
Limia nigrofasciata
Limia perugiae
Neotoca bilineata 'El Presa Cointzio'
Poecilia kempkesi "Paramaribo, Surinam" (Poeser) / Poecilia cf. reticulata ??... (not really sure if this is a valid species yet??)
Xiphophorus alvarezi Dolores, Guatemala.
Xiphophorus clemenciae Puente Chino Luis, 9km from Sarabia, Oaxaca. Mexico (Kees de Jong), 2000.
Xiphophorus couchianus Cañon de la Huasteca, Nuevo Leon. Mexico.
Xiphophorus mayae Rio Polochic, Guatemala, 2002.
Xiphophorus variatus Rio Nautla, Veracruz. Mexico.

Several breeding variants of Poecilia reticulata will also be present this weekend!!

I was thinking that this might be interesting to some people in/on this forum..,
since beautiful and "breedable" fishes always can be fascinating!!?? ;)

You might get more info here.. later on..
http://www.killi.dk/index.php/en/kunena/sks/78-killidagarne-2015
or here..
https://www.zoopet.com/forum/showthread.php?t=161273&p=1728265#post1728265

Cheers
Micke
 

MickeM

Active Member
5 Year Member
Hi all..

Some nice fishes we got to see at the "Killi-days in Stockholm"..

2 different Chromaphyosemion volcanum were presented and sold.. (Since this thread started with a pic of a Chromaphyosemion..)
- 1pair/couple of Chromaph. volcanum "Kaké II, ABC 06-111"
- 3 small males + 1 small female of Chromaph. volcanum "Yoke, C 03-37"

And also 2 odd/rare species : Episemion krystallinoron BBS 99/23 and Spectrolebias costai "Sao Miguel do Araguaia, RR 03/08"


One of our visitors called Ida took this pic on one female of the Spectrolebias costai..

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd....8_10153828897784968_2616060083819619541_o.jpg

and this..a male of Aphyosemion spec.aff. loussense RPC 78/33..

https://scontent-ams.xx.fbcdn.net/h...3_10153828897789968_4827786223861750655_o.jpg

..and Laimosemion xiphidius... either "GET 2014-3 Crique Cacao" or "GET 2014-10 Crique Soumourou"

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd....3_10153828893359968_4809443413529566321_o.jpg


Cheers,
Micke.
 
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