This article from 2007 is now available in English. Well worth a read. Gas filling of the swimming bladder of south American annual fish larvae(Cyprinodontiformes; Rivulidae)Pablo A. Calviño (1), Felipe Alonso (1) and Jorge Sanjuán de Torres (2)(1) Study Group of Killi Club Argentino (KCA), Independencia 443, Villa Ballester 1653, BuenosAires, Argentina. e-mail: email@example.com. (2) SEK, Spanish Killis Society.
Embryo ecology: Developmental synchrony and asynchrony in the embryonic development of wild annual fish populations Matej Polačik, Milan Vrtílek, Martin Reichard, Jakub Žák, Radim Blažek, Jason Podrabsky First published: 19 March 2021 This paper is free access https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7402
Revalidation and Redescription of “Lacustricola” chobensis (Fowler, 1935) and Description of a New Miniature Species of “Lacustricola” from Southern Africa (Cyprinodontiformes: Procatopodidae) Pedro Henrique Negreiros de Bragança, Paul Harvey Skelton, Roger Bills, Denis Tweddle, and Albert Chakona Published in Ichthyology and Herpetology Available to download for free until 21st May https://www.ichthyologyandherpetology.org/ihbjba/ski2020046gq701985wj
Discovered over 20 years ago but only recently described by science. Nothobranchius attenboroughi could become a flagshipspecies for the epic landscape of the Serengeti.
“A heroic undertaking in its scope. The icthyological community has eagerly awaited the publication of the second volume of this most important work, which provides continent-wide coverage of North America’s freshwater fish fauna. This book will make our jobs easier.”– Tim M. Berra, Ohio State University
Redescription of the seasonal killifish species Nothobranchius ocellatus and description of a related new species Nothobranchius matanduensis, from eastern Tanzania (Teleostei: Nothobranchiidae) Brian R. Watters, Béla Nagy, Pieter D. W. van der Merwe, Fenton P. D. Cotterill and Dirk U. Bellstedt* Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters/IEF-1149/pp. 1-28 Published 26 June 2020 LSID: http://zoobank.org/urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:7E606C25-EDD9-4D05-81E3-B368688851CE DOI: http://doi.org/10.23788/IEF-1149 The description of Nothobranchius ocellatus was based on a unique holotype, comprising an immature male, and a photograph of a female. The holotype is apparently lost….
Although the ability of killis to arrest their own development up to three times has been known for some time this fascinating aspect of their life history has now hit the headlines: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/feb/20/african-killifish-may-hold-key-to-stopping-ageing-in-humans The BKA exists to promote these beautiful fish and to help conserve them. The natural world contains so many secrets that can assist the human race, we should all see the benefit in protecting biodiversity. Follow this link to see an interesting video by sciencemag.org on diapause,…
Aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology Nothobranchius derhami (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), A new species of seasonal killifish from western Kenya Stefano Valdesalici and Giuseppe Amato Abstract Nothobranchius derhami, new species, is described from seasonal habitats in the Nyando River system, belonging to the Lake Victoria basin, western Kenya. Nothobranchius derhami belongs to the N. ugandensis species group and is distinguished from all other members of the genus by the following characters in males: flank light blue with red scale margins; dorsal portion…