Anablepsoides

Type species: Anablepsoides atratus

Untergattung Huber 1992 / Gattung Costa 2011 

Synonyms:

Benirivulus Costa, 2006

Oditichthys Huber, 1999

 

Verbreitung: Amazonasbecken von Brasilien, Kolumbien und Peru.

 

Huber 1992. Review of Rivulus. Ecobiogeography - Relationships. Cybium Suppl., Société Française d'Ichtyologie Publ.: 43

Costa 2011 Phylogenetic position and taxonomic status of Anablepsoides, Atlantirivulus, Cynodonichthys, Laimosemion and Melanorivulus (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Huber 2012 Reappraisal of the Phylogeny of Rivulus and its Allied focused on External Characters. Killi‐ Data Series 2012, 9‐25, 3 figs., 2 tabs

 

Phylogenetic position and taxonomic status of Anablepsoides, Atlantirivulus, Cynodonichthys, Laimosemion and Melanorivulus (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Wilson J. E. M. Costa 2011

Abstract: A maximum parsimony analysis of a combined set of mitochondrial and morphological data available in the literature for 33 rivuline taxa and three outgroups confirms Rivulus as a paraphyletic assemblage. In order to adjust a generic classification to our present phylogenetic knowledge on rivuline relationships, the following taxonomic changes are proposed: Rivulus, restricted to two species endemic to Cuba, is hypothesized to be the most basal rivuline lineage, distinguished from all other non-annual rivulines by having all hypurals fused into a single plate, neural prezygapophysis of caudal vertebrae rudimentary, fourth ceratobranchial teeth absent, about 50 % of the anterior portion of the caudal fin covered by scales, four neuromasts on the anterior supraorbital series, and a black round spot with white margin on the dorsoposterior portion of the caudal peduncle in females; Anablepsoides, Atlantirivulus, Laimosemion, Melanorivulus and Cynodonichthys, previously classified as subgenera of Rivulus, are considered as valid genera; Laimosemion, including 24 species from northern South America, constitutes the sister group to a clade comprising Melanorivulus, Cynodonichthys, Anablepsoides, Atlantirivulus, and all annual rivuline genera, which is supported by a well-developed dorsal process of the urohyal and an expanded lateral articular facet of the first hypobranchial; Melanorivulus, comprising 34 species from central and northeastern South America, Cynodonichthys with 27 species from Central America and Trans-Andean South America, Anablepsoides with 42 species from northern and northeastern South America and Smaller Antilles, and Atlantirivulus, with 11 species endemic to the eastern Brazilian coastal plains are diagnosed by combinations of morphological characters, including osteology, cephalic laterosensory system and colour patterns.

 

Huber, J.H., Reappraisal of the Phylogeny of Rivulus and its Allied focused on External Characters. Killi‐ Data Series 2012, 9‐25, 3 figs., 2 tabs.

Abstract: In the present study all known to date phylogenetic lineages encompassing the genus Rivulus in the large sense and its relatives, 44 in total, are benchmarked against a very long list of external characters involving global and detailed morphology of each, plus some characters related to biology, behavior and ecology, plus a few characters concerning the vertebrae counts and their structure. The parsimony analysis for these 144 characters results in 3 trees only, very much in line with the global stability of major lineages and the consensus tree produces bootstrap values that are much higher than previously released studies with morphological and osteological characters. In the resulting tree, outside Kryptolebias already separated in 2004, the genus Rivulus in the large sense is shown as a monophyletic assemblage like in the molecular study by Murphy, Thomerson & Collier (1999), with annual and non‐ annual species separated, but unlike Costa (2011) who used both morpho‐osteological and molecular combined characters. Apart from the coherence of the genus Rivulus in a large sense, the analysis newly suggests the primitive position of Millerichthys, the monophyly of major annual subclades, and the phylogenetic relationship of a clade of 3 subgenera of Rivulus, namely Prorivulus, Atlantirivulus, Melanorivulus in line with a previous palaeo‐bridge hypothesis and the minor osteological diagnostic characters that were forwarded for these 3 taxa should be deepened and re‐evaluated. Two other subunits of Rivulus, namely Anablepsoides and Oditichthys, are atypically placed in the tree, but their 2 type species were not studied by Costa (2011) and that too would need re‐evaluation. Finally several phylogenetic lineages belonging to the huge ‐and very poorly known‐ Amazon basin ends up in an unstable position and more material and characters are thought necessary for further research of this very difficult group of fish.

 

Anablepsoides - Arten (56 Arten)

 

Anablepsoides amanan (W. J. E. M. Costa & Lazzarotto, 2008)

Rivulus amanan, a new killifish from the Japurá river drainage, Amazonas river basin, Brazil (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae). Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwat. 19(2):129-134.

 

Anablepsoides amphoreus (Huber, 1979)

A propos de quatre nouvelles Collections de Rivulus des Guyanes, avec Description de Rivulus xiphidius n. sp. et Rivulus amphoreus n. sp. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 6: 68, figs. 4-6.

Type locality: vicinity of Tafelberg, zone of high hills up to 1000 m in altitude, 120 km south-southwest of Paramaribo, central Suriname.

 

Anablepsoides atratus (Garman, 1895)

The Cyprinodonts. Mem. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard, 19 (1): 140

Type locality: rio Jutahy (Jutaï, at confluence of rio Jutaï with Amazon river, subseq.), Amazonas, Brasil.

Types series: Lectotype: MCZ {Harvard} 6318 (undisclosed sex, 19.9 mm S.L.). Paralectotypes: MCZ 6268 (2), MCZ 98675 [ex MCZ 6318] (2).

 

Anablepsoides bahianus (Huber, 1990)

Description de Rivulus bahianus n.sp. de la Plaine côtière du Brésil (Cyprinodontidae, Rivulinae). Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 17 (1): 14, fig. 1.

Type locality: near Itapoa, a few hundred meters in front of Salvador do Bahia International Airport, eastern Brasil.

 

Anablepsoides beniensis (G. S. Myers, 1927)

Descriptions of new South American Freshwater Fishes collected by Dr. Carl Ternetz. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard, 68 (3): 133.

Type locality: Ivon, Río Beni, Bolivia.

 

Anablepsoides bondi (L. P. Schultz, 1949)

A further Contribution to the Ichthyology of Venezuela. Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus., 99 (3235): 92, fig. 12.

Type locality: tributary to Río Guaire, La Florida, Caracas, Venezuela.

 

Anablepsoides cajariensis (W. J. E. M. Costa & de Luca, 2011) 

Rivulus cajariensis, a new killifish from the Guiana Shield of Brazil, eastern Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) Wilson J. E. M.

Abstract:

Rivulus cajariensis, new species, is described from the Cajari River drainage, lower Amazonas River basin, northern Brazil. It is hypothesized to be a member of a species assemblage endemic to the Guiana Shield area and adjacent lowlands of Venezuela, diagnosed by the presence of numerous rays in the anal and pectoral fins. The new species is distinguished from all other species of the genus, except R. igneus, by the presence of a dark greenish blue blotch on the upper portion of the opercle, and lower jaw, distal portion of anal fin and lower portion of caudal fin orange in males. Rivulus cajariensis is distinguished from R. igneus by having fewer scales in the longitudinal and transverse series and by the presence of a black round spot on the upper portion of the caudal-fin base in females.  

 

Anablepsoides caurae (Radda, 2004)

Description of a new Species of the Rivuline Genus Rivulus Poey, 1869 (Rivulidae, Osteichthyes) from Rio Caura, Bolivar State, Venezuela. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, 105 B: 24, fig. 2.

Type locality: Rio Caura, 1 km from the village of El Playon towards the waterfall (Raudal Pará), Bolivar state, Venezuela.

 

Anablepsoides cearensis (W. J. E. M. Costa & Vono, 2009)

Rivulus cearensis, a new aplocheiloid killifish from northeastern Brazil (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae). Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwat. 20(1):7-11.

 

Anablepsoides chapare Valdesalici (sv) & García-Gil, 2017 

Anablepsoides chapare, a new killifish (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Cynolebiidae) from central Bolivia, pp. 11-18

Abstract:

Anablepsoides chapare, new species, is here described from a small stream in the Isiboro River drainage, tributary of Mamoré River, Amazon basin, central Bolivia. It is a member of the A. limoncochae species group and differs from all the other species of this assemblage in its unique colour pattern and morphological differences. Within this assemblage A. chapare seems to be more related to A. christinae and A. luitalimae, both occurring at the Rio Madeira basin, sharing with these species the same caudal-fin shape and a similar color pattern on sides of body, but clearly differing from these species by details of coloration and the number of rays in anal, dorsal and pelvic fins, and also by distinct counts of scales on longitudinal and circumpeduncolar series. Anablepsoides chapare is the only formally described species of the genus occurring in Bolivia apart from A. beniensis, which is also known from the Rio Madeira basin, but clearly differs from this latter species, belonging to a different species group. Rivulus corpulentus Thomerson & Taphorn is herein transferred to the genus Anablepsoides and considered as belonging to the A. limoncochae species group.

 

Anablepsoides christinae (Huber, 1992)

Review of Rivulus. Ecobiogeography - Relationships. Cybium Suppl., Société Française d'Ichtyologie Publ.: 147, fig. 36, pl. 39c.

Type locality: lago Tupac Amaru tributary, near Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios river, departamento Madre de Dios, southern Peru.

 

Anablepsoides corpulentus (Thomerson & Taphorn, 1993) 

Rivulus corpulentus, a new Killifish from Cordillera de La Macarena, Colombia (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae). Ichthyol. ExpIor. Freshwaters, 4 (1): 58, fig. 1.

Type locality: Cordillera de La Macarena, small stream flowing west, departamento de Meta, Guaviare-Orinoco basin, Colombia.

 

Anablepsoides cryptocallus (Seegers, 1980)

Rivulus cryptocallus n. sp. von der Insel Martinique (Pisces: Atheriniformes: Cyprinodontidae). Senckenbergiana Biol., 61 (3/4): 170, figs. 1-5.

Type locality: Ravine Vilaine, Martinique Island, Antilles, lower Caribbean Archpelago.

 

Anablepsoides deltaphilus (Seegers, 1983)

Rivulus deltaphilus n. sp. aus Venezuela (Pisces: Atheriniformes: Rivulinae). Senckenbergiana Biol., 63 (1/2): 39, figs. 1-6.

Type locality: between Tucupita and Barancas, Orinoco Delta, eastern Venezuela.

Anablepsoides derhami (Fels & Huber, 1985)

Description d'une Espèce nouvelle de Rivulus du Pérou, R. derhami n.sp. & nouvelle description de R. beniensis Myers, 1927. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 12, 2: 33, figs. 1-4.

Type locality: within territory of University of Agronomy (Universidad Agraria) in Tingo Maria, central Peru.

 

Anablepsoides elongatus (Fels & de Rham, 1981)

Récentes Collections de Rivulus (Cyprinodontidés) au Pérou, avec Description de six nouvelles Espèces. 1. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 8 (3): 66, fig.

Type locality: Bosque Nacional Alexander von Humbolt, 86 km from Pucallpa on Pucallpa-Tingo Maria road, Peru.

 

Anablepsoides erberi (Berkenkamp, 1989)

Rivulus erberi spec. nov., ein neuer Bachling aus Ecuador und Rivulus limoncochae Hoedeman, 1962 (Rivulidae). Das Aquarium (Bornheim), 23 (238): 211, fig.

Type locality: 7 km east of Coca (today Puerto Francisco de Orellana), near río Napo, Napo Province, eastern Ecuador.

 

Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni Valdesalici (sv), 2015 

Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni, a new killifish from Suriname (Teleostei: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni, new species, is described from western Suriname. It belongs to the putative A. igneus species group, whose members are restricted to the Guiana Shield, adjacent lowlands of Venezuela, and the Southern Lesser Antilles. The group currently includes: A. amphoreus, A. bondi, A. cajariensis, A. hartii, A. holmiae, A. igneus, A. immaculatus and A. waimacui. Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni is distinguished from all of these, except A. waimacui, by the presence of three interrupted stripes over a light blue background on the caudal peduncle, and a yellow distal margin on the caudal fin in males. Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni is distinguished from A. waimacui by subtruncate caudal fin and more scales in the transverse series. In addition males have red stripes on caudal peduncle and females a round black spot on the upper portion of the caudal-fin base.

 

 

Anablepsoides fransvermeuleni "Bakhuis 2010-03"

 

Anablepsoides gamae W. J. E. M. Costa, Bragança & Amorim, 2013 

Five new species of the killifish genus Anablepsoides from the Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Two new species of the Anablepsoides urophthalmus group and three new species of the A. ornatus group, collected in the Brazilian Amazon, are described. Anablepsoides jari, new species, and A. roraima, new species, are the first records of members of the A. urophthalmus group for tributaries of the Amazonas river basin draining the Guiana Shield, but phylogenetic relationships of these species with other taxa are still uncertain. Anablepsoides jari, from the Jari river drainage, is distinguished from congeners by the colour pattern of flank and unpaired fins in males, whereas Anablepsoides roraima, from the Branco river drainage, is distinguished by the spotted pattern of flank in males. Relationships of the three new species of the A. ornatus group, Anablepsoides henschelae, new species, Anablepsoides ottonii, new species, and Anablepsoides gamae, new species, are tentatively inferred upon the basis of derived colour patterns of caudal fin in males, which are also informative to diagnose each new species. Anablepsoides ottonii seems to be closely related to A. ornatus by both sharing a pointed caudal fin in larger specimens and the presence of reddish brown spots on the dorsal portion of the caudal fin in males, whereas A. gamae and A. amanan share a colour pattern of caudal fin in males, unique among aplocheiloids, in which the dorsal portion of the fin is orangish red with dorsal margin white and narrow black outer border. Anablepsoides henschelae is considered as the sister group to all other species of its group by not sharing an apomorphic asymmetrically coloured caudal fin in males.

 

Anablepsoides gaucheri (Keith, Nandrin & Le Bail, 2006)

Rivulus gaucheri, a new species of rivuline (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) from French Guiana. Cybium 30(2):133-137

 

 

South America: Maroni basin in French Guiana.

 

Anablepsoides hartii (Boulenger, 1890)

Descriptions of two new Cyprinodontid Fishes (Cyprinodon danfordii and Haplochilus hartii). Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist., 6 (6): 170.

Type locality: Trinidad island (without details: probably the Royal Botanical Gardens, Port of Spain, subseq.), West Indies.

Anablepsoides hartii "Isla Margarita"

 

Anablepsoides henschelae W. J. E. M. Costa, Bragança & Amorim, 2013 

Five new species of the killifish genus Anablepsoides from the Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

 

Two new species of the Anablepsoides urophthalmus group and three new species of the A. ornatus group, collected in the Brazilian Amazon, are described. Anablepsoides jari, new species, and A. roraima, new species, are the first records of members of the A. urophthalmus group for tributaries of the Amazonas river basin draining the Guiana Shield, but phylogenetic relationships of these species with other taxa are still uncertain. Anablepsoides jari, from the Jari river drainage, is distinguished from congeners by the colour pattern of flank and unpaired fins in males, whereas Anablepsoides roraima, from the Branco river drainage, is distinguished by the spotted pattern of flank in males. Relationships of the three new species of the A. ornatus group, Anablepsoides henschelae, new species, Anablepsoides ottonii, new species, and Anablepsoides gamae, new species, are tentatively inferred upon the basis of derived colour patterns of caudal fin in males, which are also informative to diagnose each new species. Anablepsoides ottonii seems to be closely related to A. ornatus by both sharing a pointed caudal fin in larger specimens and the presence of reddish brown spots on the dorsal portion of the caudal fin in males, whereas A. gamae and A. amanan share a colour pattern of caudal fin in males, unique among aplocheiloids, in which the dorsal portion of the fin is orangish red with dorsal margin white and narrow black outer border. Anablepsoides henschelae is considered as the sister group to all other species of its group by not sharing an apomorphic asymmetrically coloured caudal fin in males.

  

Anablepsoides hoetmeri D. T. B. Nielsen, Baptista & van der Berg, 2016 

Anablepsoides hoetmeri, a new rivulid (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) from Rio Purus drainage, western Amazon basin, Brazil

Abstract:

Anablepsoides hoetmeri, new species, is described from middle rio Acre, a tributary of the rio Purus, Amazon drainage, Brazil. It is the first species of Anablepsoides described from that bas

 

in and the second species belonging to the Anablepsoides limoncochae species group described from Brazil. The remaining species belonging to the A. limoncochae group are mainly found in Peru, but also occur in Colombia and Ecuador. Anablepsoides hoetmeri n. sp. differs other members of the A. limoncochae group by having two longitudinal rows of 18-20 minute contact organs per row on the sides of the body, and by the coloration patterns of both males and females.

Anablepsoides hoetmeri "NHvdBB 2013-2"

 

Anablepsoides holmiae (C. H. Eigenmann, 1909)

Reports on the Expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and Carnegie Museum, 1908. Report No. 1. Some new Genera and Species of Fishes from British Guiana. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 6 (1): 50.

 

Type locality: near Holmia, at entrance of Chenapowu river, upper Potaro river basin, Guyana (ex British Guiana), 500 m altitude.

 

Anablepsoides igneus (Huber, 1991)

Revue des Espèces de Rivulus de Guyane française, avec Descriptions de R. cladophorus n.sp. et de R. igneus n. sp. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 18, (3): 68, figs. 3a, 3c.

Type locality: montagne des Singes, northern Guyane française.

Anablepsoides igneus "Cascade Fourgassier"

 

Anablepsoides immaculatus (Thomerson, Nico & Taphorn, 1991)

Rivulus immaculatus, a New Killifish from Venezuela (Cyprinodontiforms, Rivulidae). Copeia, (2): 323.

Type locality: La Mejicana, km 105 on road between Ed Dorado and Santa Elena de Uairen, rio Venamo basin, Bolivar state, Venezuela.

 

Anablepsoides intermittens (Fels & de Rham, 1981)

Récentes Collections de Rivulus (Cyprinodontidés) au Pérou, avec Description de six nouvelles Espèces. 1. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 8 (3): 66, fig.

Type locality: Vivero Forestal El Varillal, 34 km from Iquitos on Iquitos-Nauta road, Peru.

 

Anablepsoides iridescens (Fels & de Rham, 1981)

Récentes Collections de Rivulus (Cyprinodontidés) au Pérou, avec Description de six nouvelles Espèces. 1. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 8 (3): 66, fig.

Type locality: Arboretum, 3 km from (east of) Jenaro Herrera, on the way to Colonia Angamos, Peru.

Anablepsoides jari W. J. E. M. Costa, Bragança & Amorim, 2013 

Five new species of the killifish genus Anablepsoides from the Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Two new species of the Anablepsoides urophthalmus group and three new species of the A. ornatus group, collected in the Brazilian Amazon, are described. Anablepsoides jari, new species, and A. roraima, new species, are the first records of members of the A. urophthalmus group for tributaries of the Amazonas river basin draining the Guiana Shield, but phylogenetic relationships of these species with other taxa are still uncertain. Anablepsoides jari, from the Jari river drainage, is distinguished from congeners by the colour pattern of flank and unpaired fins in males, whereas Anablepsoides roraima, from the Branco river drainage, is distinguished by the spotted pattern of flank in males. Relationships of the three new species of the A. ornatus group, Anablepsoides henschelae, new species, Anablepsoides ottonii, new species, and Anablepsoides gamae, new species, are tentatively inferred upon the basis of derived colour patterns of caudal fin in males, which are also informative to diagnose each new species. Anablepsoides ottonii seems to be closely related to A. ornatus by both sharing a pointed caudal fin in larger specimens and the presence of reddish brown spots on the dorsal portion of the caudal fin in males, whereas A. gamae and A. amanan share a colour pattern of caudal fin in males, unique among aplocheiloids, in which the dorsal portion of the fin is orangish red with dorsal margin white and narrow black outer border. Anablepsoides henschelae is considered as the sister group to all other species of its group by not sharing an apomorphic asymmetrically coloured caudal fin in males.

  

Anablepsoides jucundus (Huber, 1992)

Review of Rivulus. Ecobiogeography - Relationships. Cybium Suppl., Société Française d'Ichtyologie Publ.: 273, pl. 37 (figs. b-c).

Type locality: río Pastaza, near Puyo, Pastaza department, Ecuador, 900-1000 m altitude.

 

Anablepsoides lanceolatus (C. H. Eigenmann, 1909)

The Freshwater Fishes of British Guiana, including a Study of the ecological Grouping of Species and the Relation of the Fauna of the Plateau to that of the Lowlands. Mem. Carnegie Mus., 5: 51.

Type locality: Rockstone, near Essequibo river, Guyana (British Guiana).

 

Anablepsoides limoncochae (Hoedeman, 1962)

Studies on Cyprinodontiform Fishes. A new Species of the Genus Rivulus from Ecuador with additional Records of Rivulus from the upper Amazon and Ucayali Rivers. Beaufortia, 9 (103): 146, fig. 2.

Type locality: Limoncocha, río Napo tributary, rivulet emptying into lagoon, next to the largest building of Wycliff Bible Translation

 

Anablepsoides lineasoppilatae Valdesalici (sv) & I. Schindler, 2013 

Anablepsoides lineasoppilatae, a new killifish (Teleostei: Rivulidae) from south-eastern Peru

Abstract:

Anablepsoides lineasoppilatae, spec. nov. from south-eastern Peru (Departamento Puno and Madre de Dios) is here described. It is a member of the A. limoncochae group and differs from all the other species of this assemblage in its unique colour pattern. In A. lineasoppilatae, the red striped pattern on the flank reaches only to the posterior area of the pectoral fin (versus stripes reaching to the humeral region). Further it distinguished by a grey anal fin (versus yellow), by an inferior lip without any distinctive coloration (versus red inferior lip), by a dorsal fin with a low number of dots (versus transverse stripes on the middle of the dorsal fin) and by an absence of a dark margin on the dorsal fin (rather than a presence).

 

Anablepsoides luitalimae (D. T. B. Nielsen, 2016) 

Description of two new species of Anablepsoides (Cyprinodontiformes: Cynolebiidae) from Rio Madeira, Amazon drainage, Rondônia state and from Rio Itapecurú, Maranhão state, Brazil. aqua International Journal of Ichthyology, 22 (4): 165-176.

 

Anablepsoides lungi (Berkenkamp, 1984)

Kurzfassung der Beschreibung von Rivulus lungi spec.nov., einer neuen Bachlingsart aus Französish Guayana (Pisces-Rivulidae). Sondermitteilung Aquarienfreunde Wilhelmshaven: 14, figs. 1-2.

Type locality: southwest of Matoury (G21), Guyane française

 

Anablepsoides mazaruni (G. S. Myers, 1924)

A new Poeciliid Fish of the Genus Rivulus, from British Guiana. Amer. Mus. Novitates, 129: 1.

Type locality: Mutusi Hole, about 30 miles (50 km) upstream the Mazaruni river from Kartabo, after high water had subsided, Guyana (British Guiana).

Types series: Holotype: AMNH {New York} 8346 (female, 58.0 mm S.L.). Paratypes: AMNH 8347 (5, with 1 male).

 

Anablepsoides micropus (Steindachner, 1863)

Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Sciaenoiden Brasiliens und der Cyprinodontiden Mejicos. Sitz. Akad. Wiss. Wien mathem.-naturwiss. Klasse Abt.1, 48: 184.

Type locality: rio Negro (without details and preliminary desk research have been inconclusive concerning a precise place over 2000 km), Brasil.

 

Anablepsoides monticola (Staeck & I. Schindler, 1997)

Rivulus monticola, a new Killifish (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) from the Eastern Slopes of the Cordillera de Allcuquiro, Ecuador. Ichthyol. ExpIor. Freshwaters, 7 (4): 372, figs. 1-3.

Type locality: between Tayuza and Chinimpini, eastern slopes of the Cordilleria de Allcuquiro, Moreno-Santiago province, Ecuador.

 

Anablepsoides ophiomimus (Huber, 1992)

Review of Rivulus. Ecobiogeography - Relationships. Cybium Suppl., Société Française d'Ichtyologie Publ.: 344, pl. 3 (d) ; fig. 66.

 

Type locality: El Estrecho, Fundo Alvarez, rio Putumayo basin, Loreto province, northern Peru.

 

Anablepsoides ornatus (Garman, 1895)

The Cyprinodonts. Mem. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard, 19 (1): 139.

Type locality: lago Saracá at Silves, Amazonas, Brasil.

Types series: Lectotype: MCZ {Harvard} 6266 (20.1 mm S.L.). Paralectotypes: MCZ 6336 (1), 6854 (4), not from type locality.

 

 

Anablepsoides ornatus  "Neue Horizonte, Peru"

Anablebsoides aff ornatus "Peru-Glaser CI-2011"

 

Anablepsoides ottonii W. J. E. M. Costa, Bragança & Amorim, 2013 

Five new species of the killifish genus Anablepsoides from the Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Two new species of the Anablepsoides urophthalmus group and three new species of the A. ornatus group, collected in the Brazilian Amazon, are described. Anablepsoides jari, new species, and A. roraima, new species, are the first records of members of the A. urophthalmus group for tributaries of the Amazonas river basin draining the Guiana Shield, but phylogenetic relationships of these species with other taxa are still uncertain. Anablepsoides jari, from the Jari river drainage, is distinguished from congeners by the colour pattern of flank and unpaired fins in males, whereas Anablepsoides roraima, from the Branco river drainage, is distinguished by the spotted pattern of flank in males. Relationships of the three new species of the A. ornatus group, Anablepsoides henschelae, new species, Anablepsoides ottonii, new species, and Anablepsoides gamae, new species, are tentatively inferred upon the basis of derived colour patterns of caudal fin in males, which are also informative to diagnose each new species. Anablepsoides ottonii seems to be closely related to A. ornatus by both sharing a pointed caudal fin in larger specimens and the presence of reddish brown spots on the dorsal portion of the caudal fin in males, whereas A. gamae and A. amanan share a colour pattern of caudal fin in males, unique among aplocheiloids, in which the dorsal portion of the fin is orangish red with dorsal margin white and narrow black outer border. Anablepsoides henschelae is considered as the sister group to all other species of its group by not sharing an apomorphic asymmetrically coloured caudal fin in males.

 

Anablepsoides parlettei (Valdesalici (sv) & I. Schindler, 2011) 

Description of a new killifish of the genus Rivulus (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) from south eastern Peru

Abstract:

Rivulus parlettei spec. nov. from south eastern Peru (Departamento Cusco) is described. It is a member of the R. limoncochae group (as diagnosed by Costa, 2010) and differs from all the other species of this assemblage by its unique colour pattern and different morphology. It is distinguished from its geographic neighbour R. christinae by irregular interrupted lines of dots wider than the interspaces on body sides (versus longitudinal rows of dots forming stripes narrower than the interspaces). The infl uence of the occupation of distinct microhabitats for the radiation of the clades and the possible process of speciation of the new species are briefl y discussed.

 

Anablepsoides peruanus (Regan, 1903)

Descriptions of new South American Fishes in the Collection of the British Museum. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist., 7 (12): 626.

Type locality: Perim (today Perené, rio Perené), eastern Peru, 800 m. altitude.

 

Anablepsoides roraima W. J. E. M. Costa, Bragança & Amorim, 2013 

Five new species of the killifish genus Anablepsoides from the Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Two new species of the Anablepsoides urophthalmus group and three new species of the A. ornatus group, collected in the Brazilian Amazon, are described. Anablepsoides jari, new species, and A. roraima, new species, are the first records of members of the A. urophthalmus group for tributaries of the Amazonas river basin draining the Guiana Shield, but phylogenetic relationships of these species with other taxa are still uncertain. Anablepsoides jari, from the Jari river drainage, is distinguished from congeners by the colour pattern of flank and unpaired fins in males, whereas Anablepsoides roraima, from the Branco river drainage, is distinguished by the spotted pattern of flank in males. Relationships of the three new species of the A. ornatus group, Anablepsoides henschelae, new species, Anablepsoides ottonii, new species, and Anablepsoides gamae, new species, are tentatively inferred upon the basis of derived colour patterns of caudal fin in males, which are also informative to diagnose each new species. Anablepsoides ottonii seems to be closely related to A. ornatus by both sharing a pointed caudal fin in larger specimens and the presence of reddish brown spots on the dorsal portion of the caudal fin in males, whereas A. gamae and A. amanan share a colour pattern of caudal fin in males, unique among aplocheiloids, in which the dorsal portion of the fin is orangish red with dorsal margin white and narrow black outer border. Anablepsoides henschelae is considered as the sister group to all other species of its group by not sharing an apomorphic asymmetrically coloured caudal fin in males.

 

Anablepsoides rubrolineatus (Fels & de Rham, 1981)

Récentes Collections de Rivulus (Cyprinodontidés) au Pérou, avec Description de six nouvelles Espèces. 1. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 8 (3): 66, fig.

 

Type locality: 14 km from (east of) Jenaro Herrera, on the way to Colonia Angamos, eastern Amazonian Peru.

 

Anablepsoides speciosus (Fels & de Rham, 1981)

Récentes Collections de Rivulus (Cyprinodontidés) au Pérou, avec Description de six nouvelles Espèces. 1. Rev. fr. Aquariol. Herpétol., 8 (3): 66, fig.

Type locality: Quisto Cocha, 18 km from (south of) Iquitos on Iquitos-Nauta road, eastern central Peru.

 

 

Anablepsoides speciosus

 

 

 

Anablepsoides stagnatus (C. H. Eigenmann, 1909)

Reports on the Expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and Carnegie Museum, 1908. Report No. 1. Some new Genera and Species of Fishes from British Guiana. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 6 (1): 50.

Type locality: Christianburg (today, Linden), British Guiana (today Guyana).

 

Anablepsoides taeniatus (Fowler, 1945)

Colombian zoological Survey. Part 1. The Freshwater Fishes obtained in 1945. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad., 97: 129, figs. 44-45.

Type locality: río Caquetá drainage, Morelia, Amazonian Colombia.

 

Anablepsoides tessellatus (Huber, 1992)

Review of Rivulus. Ecobiogeography - Relationships. Cybium Suppl., Société Française d'Ichtyologie Publ.: 433, figs. 82 a-b.

Type locality: Hacienda Mozambique, western tip of Lake Mozambique, east side Hacienda Humacita, Meta department, Colombia.

 

Anablepsoides tocantinensis (W. J. E. M. Costa, 2010) 

Two new species of the Rivulus urophthalmus group from the Tocantins and Xingu river drainages, eastern Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Rivulus tocantinensis, new species, from the middle section of the Tocantins River drainage, and R. xinguensis, new species, from the lower Xingu River drainage, eastern Amazonas River basin, northern Brazil, are described. Both species are missing the well-defined marginal yellow stripes on the caudal fin present in adult males of all other species of the R. urophthalmus group. Rivulus tocantinensis is distinguished from all other species of the R. urophthalmus group in having wide dark orange stripes on the flank and large dark orangish brown blotches on the middle of the caudal fin in males, and the absence of dermosphenotic bone or sometimes represented by a rudimentary ossification; R. xinguensis differs from other species of that group in having fewer scales in the longitudinal series.

 

Anablepsoides urophthalmus (Günther, 1866)

Anablepsoides urubuiensis W. J. E. M. Costa, 2013 

Anablepsoides urubuiensis, a new killifish from central Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Anablepsoides urubuiensis, new species, is described from the upper Urubu river drainage, northern Brazil. It constitutes the first record of a species of the A. limoncochae group for the central Amazon region. The new species is distinguished from all other rivulines by a unique colour pattern of flank, including the presence of two red stripes distinctively widened in their posterior portion; it also differs from the other congeners of the A. limoncochae group by a combination of caudal fin oval, absence of light yellow or light orange stripe on the distal margin of the anal fin in males, and dorsal fin placed in a vertical through the base between the last two anal-fin rays or posterior to it.

 

Anablepsoides vieirai D. T. B. Nielsen, 2016 

Description of two new species of Anablepsoides (Cyprinodontiformes: Cynolebiidae) from Rio Madeira, Amazon drainage, Rondônia state and from Rio Itapecurú, Maranhão state, Brazil. aqua International Journal of Ichthyology, 22 (4): 165-176.

 

Anablepsoides waimacui (C. H. Eigenmann, 1909)

Reports on the Expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and Carnegie Museum, 1908. Report No. 1. Some new Genera and Species of Fishes from British Guiana. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 6 (1): 50.

Type locality: Shrimp creek (Orimetuk creek) where the path from Tukeit to the head of the Kaieteur crosses it, British Guiana (today Guyana).

Anablepsoides xanthonotus (C. G. E. Ahl, 1926)

Neue oder selten importierte Fische. II. Blätt. Aquar. -u. Terrarienk., 37 (13): 315.

Type locality: Amazonas (without details ; restricted to Obidos, near Santarem, lower Amazon, subseq., but without actual recollection), Brasil.

 

Anablepsoides xinguensis (W. J. E. M. Costa, 2010) 

Two new species of the Rivulus urophthalmus group from the Tocantins and Xingu river drainages, eastern Brazilian Amazon (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae)

Abstract:

Rivulus tocantinensis, new species, from the middle section of the Tocantins River drainage, and R. xinguensis, new species, from the lower Xingu River drainage, eastern Amazonas River basin, northern Brazil, are described. Both species are missing the well-defined marginal yellow stripes on the caudal fin present in adult males of all other species of the R. urophthalmus group. Rivulus tocantinensis is distinguished from all other species of the R. urophthalmus group in having wide dark orange stripes on the flank and large dark orangish brown blotches on the middle of the caudal fin in males, and the absence of dermosphenotic bone or sometimes represented by a rudimentary ossification; R. xinguensis differs from other species of that group in having fewer scales in the longitudinal series.