Does anyone know, if the specimen found in the Monga is a siquia or nigrofasciatus?
This because of the article that Sam Borstein wrote, about the Honduran red point. He suggests that the "specimen" from the monga is a siquia (see quote and/or link),
http://www.borstein.info/profiles/central/archhrp.htmlSam Borstein wrote:Distribution:
This fish is endemic to the Rio Danli in Honduras. A fish has been going around as Honduran Red Point "Rio Mongo". This fish is not a Honduran Red Point, but rather what most likely keys out to be a Amatitlania siquia from Schmitter-Soto's 2007 revision.
The profile of the nigrofasciatus on the Cichlid Room, says it is a nigrofasciatus,
and image 4 of 4,Localities: Buen Suceso (Nicaragua, native), Lago de Coatepeque (El Salvador, native), Lake Nicaragua (Nicaragua, native), Rio Monga (Honduras, native).
http://www.cichlidae.com/species.php?id ... le#content[sp[ female with her babies at Rio Monga, Aguán drainage, Saba [Honduras].
Photo by Rusty Wessel. (14-May-2005).
Determiner Juan Miguel Artigas Azas.
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http://www.cichlidae.com/locality.php?i ... es#content