By: Peter Humphry Greenwood (Author)
53 pages, 21 b/w line drawings
A study of a large collection of cichlid fishes from, principally, the Cunene river. The Cunene is one of the least studied Angolan rivers, and physiographically is one of the most isolated in the country. The collection has provided an opportunity to redescribe a number of species on the basis of many more specimens than were previously available, and to confirm the presence in the Cunene of species either not previously recorded from there or recorded with some uncertainty. Also, it has established that several species have an extensive distribution within the river itself, their ranges stretching from or near the river mouth, almost to its northernmost tributaries.
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