Nothobranchius milvertzi
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Nothobranchius milvertzi, a new species of killifish from the Lushiba Marsh in the Lake Mweru drainage, Zambia (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae). Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwaters, 24 (4) (2013): 352, figs. 3-5. Abstract: Nothobranchius milvertzi, new species, is described from ephemeral pools of the Lushiba Marsh floodplains, Lake Mweru drainage system in northern Zambia. It can readily be identified as belonging to the N. taeniopygus speciesgroup of which it shows the diagnostic characters: presence of a broad, light submarginal band on both the caudal as well as the anal fin and a dark distal margin of both fins in males. Nothobranchius milvertzi is distinguished from all other species of this species-group by the unique combination of the following characters in males: caudal fin red with an orange semicircular submarginal band and a wide dark red-brown distal margin in males, head length 29-32 % SL, interorbital width 39-46 % HL, and snout length 18-20 % HL.
Genus: Nothobranchius Subgenus: Zonothobranchius.
Geographical Distribution Maps
Zambia. Type locality: About 9 km northwest of Chienge village, north Lake Mweru, Luapula Province, Zambia.
Nagy 2014