Imported by BKA Species Import Committee in April 1979.
|Aplocheilichthys sp. caught in Liberia. The precise location was unknown. An attractive form of the genus exhibiting pale orange on fins with a very pale light blue outer margin. Known to have been distributed in the UK by Species Import Committee in May 1979.
|Roloffia sp. Caught in Liberia. Again, from an unknown location. Obviously (at the time) a member of the liberiense group, possibly R.roloffi. Very limited quantity were received.
form caught in Sierra Leonne, yet again in
an unknown location. Very similar in appearance to UK 2. The males were
basically blue/green heavily overlaid with red/brown spots on the flanks
of the body forming chequer board patterns. Their is some variation in
the colouration of the un-paired fins. In the majority, the dorsal fin
is soft orange in colour with a dark margin. The caudal fin in some shows
a yellow margin on both top & bottom margins. In some specimens this
is limited to the bottom edge only & in others this margin is more
Distributed by BKA Species Import Committee in June 1979.
|Pseudepiplatys annulatus. Believed to have been caught in the Freetown area of Sierra Leone. The anal fin showed red colouration in the rear part.