Imported by BKA Species Import Committee in April 1979.
|UK 1||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.|
|UK 2||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.
|UK 4||Pseudepiplatys annulatus. Believed to have been caught in the Freetown area of Sierra Leone. The anal fin showed red colouration in the rear part.|