Astyanax bransfordii ( Gill 1877: 190 )

Angulo, Arturo, Naranjo-Elizondo, Beatriz, Rojas, Emmanuel & Ley-López, Juan Manuel, 2017, Fishes from the Tirimbina Biological Reserve, La Virgen de Sarapiquí, Heredia, Costa Rica, Check List 13 (5), pp. 683-702: 687

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.15560/13.5.683

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5481312

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B27817-FFFE-FF96-2882-FAA29255F80D

treatment provided by

Marcus

scientific name

Astyanax bransfordii ( Gill 1877: 190 )
status

 

(1) Astyanax bransfordii ( Gill 1877: 190)   ; Longjaw tetra (En), Sardina picuda (Sp)

Figure 2A

Bramocharax bransfordii ( Gill 1877)   : 190—Angulo et al. (2013): 991. Body elongate and moderately deep; snout length about equal or usually larger than eye diameter; both jaws of equal length, usually elongate; premaxillary teeth unicuspid and enlarged; nape usually convex or straight; fins without strong spines; a single dorsal fin; adipose fin present, its base shorter than the base of the dorsal fin; caudal fin forked; general coloration white silvery, darker dorsally, usually olive gray, and paler, usually white, ventrally, with a gray lateral band; caudal blotch black and rhomboid, mainly on peduncle and caudal fin base; fins usually transparent, in some specimens, the anal fin can be (partially) light red or rose and the caudal fin orange or red with the middle rays black; maximum body length ca 150 mm SL.