Grammonus longhursti

Peter Wirtz, Carlos Eduardo L. Ferreira, Sergio R. Floeter, Ronald Fricke, Joao Luiz Gasparini, Tomio Iwamoto, Luiz Rocha, Claud, 2007, Coastal Fishes of Sao Tome and Principe islands, Gulf of Guinea (Eastern Atlantic Ocean) - an update., Zootaxa 1523, pp. 1-48: 6

publication ID

z01523p001

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:2202520B-A3E7-492D-A932-14463CD6DAF9

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/8670F502-3070-8362-65C2-960249BB6C24

treatment provided by

Thomas

scientific name

Grammonus longhursti
status

 

Grammonus longhursti  (Cohen, 1964)

SMNS 24200 (1 specimen), 25236 (2 specimens). A wide channel, 6 m deep, transverses Santana Islet. On the seaward side of this channel, a small cave extends about 8 m into the rock. Five individuals of an unidentified bythitid were observed in this cave (Figure 6). J. Nielsen of the Zoologisk Museum, University of Copenhagen identified the three collected specimens as Grammonus longhursti  . This species was previously known only from the type series from Nigeria. The presence of this fish species at São Tomé island was briefly mentioned in a paper on shrimps from São Tome and Príncipe (Wirtz, 2004).