Fenerbahce devosi "AVD 2007-2" & Fenerbahce formosus RC 2015/1
Erstbeschreibung: Sonnenberg R., Woeltjes T. & J. van der Zee - 2011
(Description of Fenerbahce devosi (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), A new species of dwarf killifish from the eastern Congo Basin in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Zootaxa 2966: 1–12)
A new species of the currently monotypic genus Fenerbahce is described from the eastern Congo Basin. It is distinguished from F. formosus from the western Congo Basin by several characters, of which the most prominent are: a more anterior origin of dorsal fin relative to anal fin, a deeper body, long extension on edges of the caudal fin, and a distinct colour pattern. The distinctness of the two species is supported by additional morphological characters and the results of a preliminary analysis of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences.
Democratic Republic of Congo, ~ 67 km south from theferry across the Congo River at Kisangani, towards Ubundu on the road R410, Ruiki River drainage, collectionlocality AVD 2007/2, collected by the local people for J. Musafiri and A. Van Deun, 22 Oct. 2007.
Fenerbahce devosi "AVD 2007-2"
Erstbeschreibung: Huber, J.H. 1979.
(Cyprinodontidés de la Cuvette Congolaise, Adamas
formosus n. gen., n. sp. et nouvelle Description de Aphyosemion splendidum. Rev. fr.
Aquariol. Herpétol., 6: 6, figs. 1-3.)
Type locality: in front of Ntokou village (about 7 hours by boat downstream Makoua), near the banks of Likouala-Mossaka river, Congo.
Fenerbahce formosus RC 2015/1
Fänger: Leendert van den Berg