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Subtribe Nothobranchiina Garman, 1895
Subtribe Nothobranchiina Garman, 1895

Fundulosoma

Ahl, 1924



Pronothobranchius

Radda, 1969


Classification of the genus Nothobranchius. Nikita Savyolov. Posted on Thu, 16/09/2010 - 21:53 by Никита Савёлов About a year ago, I regretfully noticed that according to Russian-language Internet resources, for a few years there have been wanderings of the classification of the roving carp-teeth of 1999 and 2000. Since 2000, more than 10 new species of the genus Notobranchous have been described. A number of species have been rewritten. And although the site has a forum thread with information about the description of new species of carp-toots, but systematic coverage of the modern classification of the genus Notobranchius is absent. Realizing all the impossibility of the task, I decided to try. Smile N.sp.TSTS 10-05 The author expresses his deep gratitude to Sergey Torgashev for providing the photograph. In the first lines, I would like to note that a number of notorhanthos are divided by a number of researchers into five subgenera, and I will follow this tradition. It is common to divide subgenera into groups consisting of closely related and not very species. Below is a list of valid species of the genus Notobranchius. Species within a group or subgenus are arranged in the order of description, which facilitates the search for species described after 2000. In the list of references there are references to descriptions of new species. Genus Nothobranchius Peters 1868 Subgenus Nothobranchius Group N. melanospilus N. melanospilus (Pfeffer, 1894) N. vosseleri Ahl, 1924 N. interruptus Wildekamp & Berkenkamp, ​​1979 N. jubbi Wildekamp & Berkenkamp, ​​1979 N. elongatus Wildekamp, ​​1982 N. hengstleri Valdesalici, 2007 N. krammeri Valdesalici & Hengstler, 2008 N. lucius Wildekamp, ​​Shidlovskiy & Watters, 2010 N. makondorum Wildekamp, ​​Shidlovskiy & Watters, 2010 The N.orthonotus group N. orthonotus (Peters, 1844) N. furzeri Jubb, 1971 N. kadleci Reichard, 2010 ( N. kuhntae (Ahl, 1926)) Group N. rachovii N. rachovii Ahl, 1926 N. krysanovi Shidlovskiy, Watters & Wildekamp, ​​2010 N. pienaari Shidlovskiy, Watters & Wildekamp, ​​2010 Subgenus Adiniops Group N. guentheri N. guentheri (Pfeffer, 1893) N. palmqvisti (Lonnberg, 1907) N. patrizii (Vinciguerra, 1927) N. steinforti Wildekamp, ​​1977 N. foerschi Wildekamp & Berkenkamp, ​​1979 N. rubripinnis Seegers, 1986 N. annectens Watters, Wildekamp, ​​& Cooper, 1998 N. cardinalis Watters, Cooper & Wildekamp, ​​2008 Group N. korthausae N. korthausae Meinken, 1973 N. lourensi Wildekamp, ​​1977 N. eggersi Seegers, 1982 N. fuscotaeniatus Seegers, 1997 N. albimarginatus Watters, Wildekamp, ​​& Cooper, 1998 N. flammicomantis Wildekamp, ​​Watters, & Sainthouse, 1998 N. kilomberoensis Wildekamp, ​​Watters & Sainthouse, 2002 N. ruudwildekampi Costa, 2009 Subgenus Zononothobranchius Group N. taeniopygus N. taeniopygus Hilgendorf, 1891 N. rubroreticulatus Blache & Miton, 1960 N. brieni Poll, 1976 N. malaissei Wildekamp, ​​1978 N. polli Wildekamp, ​​1978 N. symoensi Wildekamp, ​​1978 N. kafuensis Wildekamp & Rosenstock, 1989 N. hassoni Valdesalici & Wildekamp, ​​2004 N. rosenstocki Valdesalici & Wildekamp, ​​2005 N. boklundi Valdesalici 2010 N. oestergaardi Valdesalici & Amato, 2011 Group N. ugandensis N. ugandensis Wildekamp, ​​1994 N. nubaensis Valdesalici, Bellemans, Kardashev & Golubtsov, 2009 N. sp. 'Lake Victoria' Group N. neumanni N. neumanni (Hilgendorf, 1905) N. seegersi Valdesalici & Kardashev, 2011 Types without a clear group membership: N. robustus Ahl, 1935 N. kirki Jubb, 1969 N. virgatus Chambers, 1984 Subgenus Aphyobranchius N. janpapi Wildekamp, ​​1977 N. luekei Seegers, 1984 N. willerti Wildekamp, ​​1992 N. geminus Wildekamp, ​​Watters & Sainthouse, 2002 Subgenus Paranothobranchius N. microlepis (Vinciguerra, 1897) N. ocellatus (Seegers, 1985) N. bojiensis Wildekamp & Haas, 1992 N. fasciatus Wildekamp & Haas, 1992 In the article describing Nothobranchius oestergaardi (Valdesalici S. and G. Amato, 2011), the authors provide an algorithm for determining the species they include in the N. taeniopygus group. It seemed to me somewhat irrational due to the presence of overlapping signs. Below, I tried to write my own algorithm, also based on the peculiarities of the coloration of living males. Algorithm for the identification of species of the group N. taeniopygus : La. Black edging of scales ........................................ Nothobranchius taeniopygus 1b. Red edging of scales ....................................... 2 2a. Caudal fin completely covered with spots .......... Nothobranchius malaissei 2b. The caudal fin contains a subdistal band or a light blue edge or is evenly colored red. ............ 3 3a. Caudal fin with light blue edge ............ 4 3b. Caudal fin with light blue or orange subdistal band or evenly reddish ............ 6 4a. Anal fin with a red margin ......................... Nothobranchius rosenstocki 4b. Anal fin with light blue edge ............. 5 5a. The light blue edge occupies the entire lower part of the anal fin ........................................ ......................................... Nothobranchius symoensi 5 B. The light blue edge of the anal fin is reduced to a light triangle in the lower corner ..................................... .................................................... Nothobranchius brieni 6a. Caudal fin in the middle of the yellow ..................... Nothobranchius hassoni 6b. Caudal fin (in the middle not yellow) .............. 7 7a. Dorsal fin with light blue subdistal band .. Nothobranchius rubroreticulatus 7b. Dorsal fin with light blue edge ............... Nothobranchius polli 7c. The dorsal fin does not contain striae ........................ 8 8a. Anal fin completely covered with spots ............ Nothobranchius boklundi 8b. Anal fin with orange, cream or light blue subdistal band ...................................... ............................................ 9 9a. Caudal fin with black margin .......................... Nothobranchius kafuensis 9b. Caudal fin with a red-brown margin ......... Nothobranchius oestergardi Bibliography: Costa WJEM 2009 Species delimitation among populations of the eastern Tanzanian seasonal killifish Nothobranchius korthausae (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae). Ichtyol. Explor. Freshwaters 20 (2): 111-126. Reichard M. 2010 Nothobranchius kadleci (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), a new species of the annual killifish from central Mozambique Zootaxa 2332: 49-60. Shidlovskiy KM, BR Watters and RH Wildekamp. 2010 Notes on the annual fish species Nothobranchius rachovii (Cyprinodontiformes; Nothobranchiinae) with the description of two new species. Zootaxa 2724: 37-57. Valdesalici S. 2007 A new species of the genus Nothobranchius (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae) from the coastal area of ​​northeastern Mozambique. Zootaxa 1587: 61-68. Valdesalici S. 2010 Nothobranchius boklundi (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae): a new annual killifish with two male morphs from the Luangwa River basin, Zambia. Aqua, Int. J. Ichthyol., 16 (2): 51-60. Valdesalici S., M. Bellemans, K. Kardashev and A. Golubtsov. 2009 Nothobranchius nubaensis (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae) a new annual killifish from Sudan and Ethiopia. Aqua, Intl. J. Ichthyol. 15 (3): 143-152. Valdesalici S. and H. Hengstler. 2008 Nothobranchius krammeri n. sp. (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae): a new annual killifish from the Meronvi River basin, northeastern Mozambique. Aqua 14 (4): 187-194. Valdesalici S. and RH Wildekamp. 2004 A new species of the genus Nothobranchius Peters, 1868 from the Lufwa River basin, Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo (Pisces, Cyprinodontiformes, Aplocheilidae). Ann. Mus. Civ. Stor. Nat. "G. Doria" 96: 241-251. Valdesalici S. and RH Wildekamp. 2005 A new species of the genus Nothobranchius (Cyprinodontiformes, Nothobranchiidae) from Luapula River basin, Zambia. Aqua 9 (3): 89-96. Valdesalici S. and G. Amato 2011 Nothobranchius oestergaardi (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), a new annual killifish from Mweru Wantipa Lake drainage basin, northern Zambia. Aqua 17 (2): 111-9. Valdesalici S. and K. Kardashev. 2011 Nothobranchius seegersi (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), a new annual killifish from the Malagarasi River drainage, Tanzania. Bonn zoological Bulletin 60 (1): 89-93. Watters BW, BJ Cooper and RH Wildekamp. 2008 Description of Nothobranchius cardinalis spec. nov. (Cyprinodontiformes: Aplocheilidae), an annual fish from the Mbwemkuru River basin, Tanzania. J. Am. Killifsh Ass. 40 (5 & 6): 129-145. Wildekamp RH, KM Shidlovskiy and BR Watters. 2009 Systematics of Nothobranchius melanospilus species group (Cyprinodontiforme: Nothobranchidae) with description of two new species from Tanzania and Mozambique. Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwaters 20 (3): 237-254. Wildekamp RH, BR Waters and IFN Sainthouse. 2002 Two new species of the genus Nothobranchius (Cyprinodontiformes: Aplocheilidae) from the Kilombero River basin, Tanzania. Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwat, 13 (1): 1-10. Nikita Savyolov's blog Login or register to post comments COMMENTS Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 21/09/2010 - 17:25 And this photo here what and where? Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 22/09/2010 - 23:41 Aaa type N. fuscotaeniatus does not exist? Laughing out loud And since when are the types that are not described? If so, we must spec. list.. Laughing out loud Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 24/09/2010 - 22:09 N. fuscotaeniatus , of course, exists. I just missed it. I am happy to correct this mistake. N. sp. Lake Victoria, as well as the one placed in the brackets of N. kuhntae , which was rewritten as N. orthonotus (with which, however, still not everyone agrees) are placed here only to stimulate discussion on the taxonomy of notobranchies. I knew that you would react to these 'jambs', so I posted this post when you were with Streltsov in the Czech Republic. The most insulting is that if there is a working group on Notobranchies in the SKLIK, within a week nobody has reacted to all this! And this despite the fact that at least N. kuhntae and N. orthonotus are in SKLIKOVtsev and some thought about their kinship. N. fuscotaeniatus the same is (at least, was before the heat). Maybe I'm not right, but this situation in the professional community horrifies me. Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 26/09/2010 - 23:34 Unfortunately rg notobarchhaus does not work ... there is no ringleader, by the way, maybe you'll head up? And at the same time and in the club! In my long time it's time for you already .. Smile Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя Дмитрий by Dmitriy - 27/09/2010 - 09:49 I support Sergei with this proposal! Nikita take on the r. Group. No one to her does not touch! And very offensive. : DONT_KNOW: Maxim, as far as possible, tries to update something there. But to him alone for the whole site does not break. I would like a closer dialogue on notobrancham. Many of them because of the heat have lost some species (I'm no exception). I would like to know who has what, who can share. Constantly there are new species. We need a joint effort to fix these species. And then we will only look at the fish in the pictures. In general, there is no end of work Smile !! Come on, Nikita, make up your mind and get on with it! And we all will help you, in this help! : HAPPY: Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя BOULDA by BOULDA on 06/10/2010 - 09:11 Guys! To the question of photography, in general this kind of TSTS 10/05 To save it was possible to whom? I heard that his caviar is not stored at all ... And I would like to have it in the collection !!! Wives are changing, Friends are staying !!! Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 06/10/2010 - 12:14 I have F1. From the first pouring, 1 male and 4 females survived. From the second pouring sixteen centimeters fry swims. I hope that you can catch on to the view. Login or register to post comments by lenitsa on 08/10/2010 - 01:47 : YES: wrote in a personal Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя BOULDA by BOULDA on 06/10/2010 - 09:20 And on the issue of the leadership of the Nothobranchius group, I fully associate myself with the opinion of friends and raise my hands for Nikita! Nikita, go for it! You already have no way back! Wives are changing, Friends are staying !!! Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя BOULDA by BOULDA on 08/10/2010 - 19:46 And to the topic of spec. I think it's worth to add a group with an undefined status and transfer them to the right group as they are identified. In my interesting. Although on the other hand the list will be large, because populations in some species of Pts. a lot of. But I still think it's interesting to list all the famous specialists. Wives are changing, Friends are staying !!! Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 12/17/2010 - 09:29 In connection with the publication of a remarkable article by Kostya Shidlovskii with co-authors (Shidlovskiy, KM, BR Watters and RH Wildekamp. 2010. Notes on the annual fish species Nothobranchius rachovii (Cyprinodontiformes, Nothobranchiinae) with the description of the two new species Zootaxa 2724: 37-57 .) the text has been changed accordingly. Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 21/09/2011 - 01:25 It's time by the way, yet make changes, the kinds of additions for a year ...: - [ Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 27/09/2011 - 12:47 Has made the same ...: YES: And also added an algorithm for determining the species of the group N. taeniopygus . Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 27/09/2011 - 17:45 Can be listed below a separate list of N.spec. Most likely they will be described as new species ?! for example N.sp.Caprivi, N.sp.Usangu, etc. It is possible even with approximate explanations of what-from ... Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 27/09/2011 - 22:29 Come on. Can you do it? You can ask Max to give you access to edit the text. I just do not know the Espesniki well. And you can do on them in general a separate post. And in it to consider the problem of describing new species as a whole. Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 27/09/2011 - 22:46 I'll try, just add a list below to existing types .. Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 27/09/2011 - 23:51 If not against-the classification of the blog-moved to the section of the group Nothobranchius, but then clearly not everyone sees here, and the topic is just on the group ... Login or register to post comments by Nikita Savyolov - 28/09/2011 - 09:18 Let's leave this blog entry, and I'll do a new post in the sub-forum of the WG on the systematics of the notes at the weekend. There are some pictures to include, and a list of undescribed species. Login or register to post comments Аватар пользователя сергейэл by sergeyel - 29/09/2011 - 00:25 Well, yes, in principle, that's what I meant-to make a separate post on taxonomy (just a list) in the river. notobranchous. and we'll finish the specialists there. And a small decoding for each spetsu in my blog will do ...