Copella aff. arnoldi (Regan, 1912), Regan, 1912

Sébastien Brosse, Fréderic Melki & Régis Vigouroux, 2019, Fishes of the Mitaraka Mountains (French Guiana), Zoosystema 41 (8), pp. 131-151: 142

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5252/zoosystema2019v41a8

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scientific name

Copella aff. arnoldi (Regan, 1912)
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Copella aff. arnoldi (Regan, 1912)  

FIRST RECORD FOR THE MITARAKA. — This study.

OCCURENCES. — S12.

SPECIMEN IN COLLECTION. — None.

DISTRIBUTION IN FRENCH GUIANA. — Only known from a few localities in the Maroni and the Comté drainages in French Guiana. This unnamed species is referred as Copella aff. arnoldi   in Le Bail et al. (2012).

ECOLOGY. — This rare species was only observed in a side arm channel of a rapid area of the Alama River. It was found in small rocky pools with low current velocity. Captured using rotenone.

SPECIES CODE. — CARN.