Collected by Friedrich Bitter & Roland
Numrich, Gabon 1988.
See BKA Killi-News No.293 (Feb. 1990).
Original article in German - DKG 21-4/1989.
|GBN 88 / 6||
Small stream 20 kms past the Mbadi turning flowing
through a medium height stand of bamboo. This stream passed beneath
the track. Water was less than a metre deep. A stream length of 10 metres
was blocked off & fished. Fish collected included:
|GBN 88 / 7||A.primigenium - an intense red form of this sp. collected.|
|GBN 88 / 8||A.primigenium, E.huberi|
|GBN 88 / 10||
Route 21, 100·5
km past the
turning to Tohibanga. .A.aff.primigenium,
Nannacharax parvus maculata,
Same also for location 11. E.huberi
is recorded as a form described as a 'variant' of this sp.
|GBN 88/11||Route 21, 126 km past the turning to Tchibanga. Epiplatys huberi.|
|GBN 88/16||Return journey on the N6 after Tohibanga A.primigenium corresponding to that collected at Lebamba.|
|GBN 88 / 17 - Nzénzélé||A.ocellatum, Episemion sp.|
|GBN 88 / 18, 19, 20, 21||A.joergenscheeli. Most of the larger specimens died in transit despite being in separate containers. Smaller fish were in better condition.|
|GBN 88 / 29 - 10 km northeast of Sam towards Oyém||D.cyanostictum (?)|
There is no mention of Diapteron
being caught in the original article. I found a reference to D.cyanostictum
from location 29.
In BKA Journal No.340. January 1994 Eric Bowden put an article in on D.georgiae GBN 88. No collection site was added to the code which was lost in Germany.