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Hypsolebias longignatus "Aquiraz 10/04"

Hypsolebias longignatus "Aquiraz 10/04"

Pterolebias longipinnis F2 -Cuiabà BIF BR11/03

Pterolebias longipinnis F2 -Cuiabà BIF BR11/03

Epiplatys dageti - VÖRÖSTORKÚ DÍSZCSUKA

Epiplatys dageti - VÖRÖSTORKÚ DÍSZCSUKA

Nothobranchius Taeniopygus Itigi TAN 03/8 Eggs (Very Rare) Killifish

Nothobranchius Taeniopygus Itigi TAN Eggs (Very Rare) Killifish

Simpsonichthys igneus

Simpsonichthys igneus

Nothobranchius rachovii - Kruger National Park

Nothobranchius Rachovii - Kruger N.

Nothobranchius Foerschi Ruvu River TZ 91-103

Nothobranchius Foerschi Ruvu River TZ 91-103

<i>Epiplatys lamottei</i> - Angel Cánovas - Epiplatys_lamottei_-_Angel_Canovas.jpg

<i>Epiplatys lamottei</i> - Angel Cánovas - Epiplatys_lamottei_-_Angel_Canovas.

Simpsonichthys punctulatus «Formosa, Rio Bezerra» F3.jpg (580×362)

Simpsonichthys punctulatus «Formosa, Rio Bezerra» F3.jpg (580×362)

Epiplatys togolensis 10km Jauga-Lagos

<i>Epiplatys togolensis</i> Jauga-Lagos - José Vidarte -

Diapteron georgiae

Diapteron georgiae

Diapteron cyanostictum Sam GBN 88-29

Diapteron cyanostictum Sam GBN 88-29

Aphyosemion ottogartneri Lutete

Aphyosemion ottogartneri Lutete

Diapteron fulgens 4

Diapteron fulgens 4

Hypsolebias fasciatus F2 "TT 03/07NP"

Hypsolebias fasciatus F2 "TT 03/07NP"

Aphanius sirhani. Adult male specimen displaying courtship colour. Jordan’s only native vertebrate is endemic to what remains of Azraq Oasis in the Wadi Sirhan valley of the Syrian Desert. The IUCN considers it critically endangered. Plant species in the heavily-vegetated, nutrient-rich marshes and pools in which this species used to be found included Juncus, Carex, Typha, Scirpus, Cyperus and Arundo species but now Phragmites reed species predominate. © Barbara Nicca

Aphanius sirhani. Adult male specimen displaying courtship colour. Jordan’s only native vertebrate is endemic to what remains of Azraq Oasis in the Wadi Sirhan valley of the Syrian Desert. The IUCN considers it critically endangered. Plant species in the heavily-vegetated, nutrient-rich marshes and pools in which this species used to be found included Juncus, Carex, Typha, Scirpus, Cyperus and Arundo species but now Phragmites reed species predominate. © Barbara Nicca

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