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Killi-Data knowledge base latest full upload : May 31. 2018 [1561 total taxa (generic or specific level), 82 presently valid genera, 1069 presently valid (sub)species, 5385 bibliographic references, 1731 Killiflash, 3035 fish photos, 8517 collecting localities, 200 maps, 2 wassups, and 395 linked alerts].
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Xanthic variants have been reported among killifishes from aquarium breeding and have even been erroneously described, such as Aphyosemion australe hjerressensii or Rivulus urophthalmus auratus. But, have xanthic killifishes been reported from nature? And, if yes, which species?
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