Epiplatys  annulatus  (Aarn & Sheperd 2001)

 

Gattung: Pseudepiplatys 

1967 H.S. Clausen

(Tropical old World Cyprinodonts. Akademisk Forlag, Copenhagen, Denmark, 64 pp., 22 figs.)  

 

Epiplatys, Untergattung  Pseudepiplatys (1981 L.R. Parenti)

(A phylogenetic and biogeographic Analysis of Cyprinodontiform Fishes (Teleostei, Atherinomorpha).  Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., 168 (4): 335-557, 99 figs., 3 tabs., maps. : Rev/Ost/subgen. Epiplatys)

 

DESCRIPTIVE ANATOMY OF EPIPLATYS SEXFASCIATUS (CYPRINODONTIFORMES: APLOCHEILIDAE) AND A PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF EPIPLATINA      (Aarn & Sheperd 2001)

ABSTRACT. - The external anatomy and osteology of Epiplatys sexfasciatus is described. The distribution of twelve characters of fin placement, the jaws, and hyobranchial apparatus, across ten species of Epiplatina, and an outgroup, is described. Four further characters defined the monotypic genera Aphyoplatys and Pseudepiplatys. Phylogenetic analysis using PAUP software was largely uninformative, while an UPGMA analysis proposed the hierarchy of relationships to be (Aphyoplatys, Pseudepiplatys), ((Callopanchina), ((Epiplatys sexfasciatus, E . singa, ((E. sangmelinensis, E. spilargyreius), (E. bifasciatus, E. dageti, E. fasciolatus, E. multifasciatus)))). The possible influence of paedomorphism on these analyses is discussed.

 

Cybium v. 25 (no. 3): 209-225. (Aarn & Sheperd 2001)

 

Haplochilus annulatus Boulenger 1915

Panchax annulatus Ahl 1924

Epiplatys annulatus Myers 1933

Pseudepiplatys annulatus Clausen 1967

Aplocheilus annulatus Radda 1971

Epiplatys (Pseudepiplatys) annulatus Parenti 1981

Pseudepiplatys annulatus Neumann 1983

 Pseudepiplatys annulatus (Aarn & Sheperd 2001)

 Epiplatys (Pseudepiplatys) annulatus  (CAS - Catalog of Fishes)

 

Epiplatys (Pseudepiplatys) annulatus "Monrovia"

 

Erstbeschreibung: 1915 Boulenger

(Description of new Freshwater Fishes from Sierra Leone. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist., 8 (15), (86): 203.)

Type locality: Matca (Maka, at mouth of Moa river, subseq., selected among 11 places named Maka in the distribution range of annulatus), Sierra Leone.

Die Pseudepiplatys annulatus haben ein Verbreitungsgebiet von Guinea bis Liberia in kleinen Bächen der Küstenebenen.