Clausen, Herluf Stenholt: Liberia 1965.

Updated 28.06.2011

(The species in Bold was imported alive.)

Location Clock Date Species Geo. coordinates (DMS) Source
Monrovia, coastal savanna. Small river about 13 miles from Monrovia, in direction Totota1,5,6,9,10   29.4.19657 S. liberiense 1 male & 3 females, Pseud. annulatus 8 indv.,
E. barmoiensis,
E. dageti monroviae 12 indv.,
E. fasciolatus tototaensis 2 males, 6 indv. total.
~6° 22'N; 10° 38'W 99 m



Biotop: .... He caught five this locality, E. annulatus was found resting at the water surface. There were only few of them, compared with the number of individuals of E. dageti. The water was very soft and very acid. ...5

...In 1965 Clausen sent me individuals from a population of FAS, which he found about 20 miles north of Monrovia. The individuals unfortunately died just before they reached Copenhagen. In the two adult males of this lot, the anal fin and the lower part of the caudal fin have a broad almost black marginal band, with no indications of two red lines. The upper part of the side ##...1 p.295


#1 Scheel, J.J.:  -"Rivulins of the Old World." 
  Tropical Fish Hobbyist Publication, New Jersey. 480 pp., 1968. 
#2 Clausen, H.S.: -"Tropical old World Cyprinodonts."
  Akademisk Forlag, Copenhagen, Denmark. 64 pp., 1967.
#3Clausen, H.S. & J.J. Scheel.: -"The West African Rivulin, Epiplatys dageti Poll, 1953."
  Ichthyologica (The Aquarium J.), 37 (2): 77-88, 1966.
*4. Scheel, J.J.:  -"Killie-Letters." 
  p.176-313, June 1965 
*5. Scheel, J.J.: -"West African Rivulins: Epiplatys annulatus (Boulenger)."
  The Aquar., p.19-22, 1965.
*6. Roloff, E.:  -"Correspondance to Mr. P. Hoppe."
  1 p., 8. Dec. 1971. 
*7. Fishbase
#8. Roloff, E.: -"Correspondance to Mr. P. Hoppe." 2 pp., 17. April 1973.
*9. Roloff, E.: -"Correspondance to Mr. R. Ellermann." 1 pp., 10. April 1974. (Roloff, E.:1974#)9
*10.Berkenkamp, H.O. & V.Etzel: -"Epiplatys fasciolatus huwaldi subspec. nov., eine neue Unterart aus Liberia."
  DKG-Journal,10 (11): p.191-207, 1978.
#11. ZIMH Universität Hamburg:-"Abteilung für Ichtyologie und Herpetologie."