E killifish
The "E" killifish

Species List

Fundulus escambiae

Fundulus escambiae


Aphyosemion ecucuense

Aphyosemion ecucuense


Aphyosemion edeanum

Aphyosemion edeanum


Member of CAL group; tiny cross bars on flanks, bars in caudal fin like AHL. Many spots in anal fin (not present in AHL and CAL) - jvdz

Holotype from near Edea, Cameroon for which it is named.


Cyprinodon elegans

Cyprinodon elegans


Rivulus egens

Rivulus egens

Description: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S1679-62252005000100003&script=sci_arttext


Nothobranchius eggersi

Nothobranchius eggersi


Micropanchax erichi

Micropanchax erichi


Aphyosemion elegans

Aphyosemion elegans


Cynolebias elegans

Cynolebias elegans

Holotype shown.
Costa photo.


Rivulus (Anablepsoides) elongatus

Rivulus elongatus


Nothobranchius elongatus

Nothobranchius elongatus


Austrolebias elongatus

Austrolebias elongatus

A monster, but quite peaceful.


ERA

Cyprinodon eremus


Rivulus erberi

Rivulus erberi


Aphyosemion erythron

Aphyosemion erythron

Aphyosemion erythron
(SONNENBERG, 2008)


Aphyosemion escherichi

Aphyosemion escherichi


Epiplatys esekanus

Epiplatys esekanus


Simpsonichthys espinhacensis

Simpsonichthys espinhacensis

It is diagnosed from all congeners by presenting an A-patterned frontal squamation. Additionally, males of the new species differs from all congeners by the color pattern of body, the color of iris, the absence of contact organs in the pectoral fin, presence of scales on anal-fin base, pectoral-fin length, caudal fin length, and eye diameter. Females of the new species can be diagnosed from remaining congeners by the pectoral-fin length.

A new annual fish of the genus Simpsonichthys (Cyprinodontiformes: Cynolebiidae) from the upper Rio Jequitinhonha basin, Brazil


Scriptaphyosemion etzeli

Scriptaphyosemion etzeli


Aphyosemion etsamense

Aphyosemion etsamense


Fundulus euryzonus

Fundulus euryzonus


Aphyosemion exiguum

Aphyosemion exiguum


EXI in the south replaces BIV in the north; they are two very widespread species that occupy the same niche.


Aphyosemion exigoideum

Aphyosemion exigoideum


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