Hyphessobrycon panamensis, Durbin, in Eigenmann, 1908

Ota, Renata R., Carvalho, Fernando R. & Pavanelli, Carla S., 2020, Taxonomic review of the Hyphessobrycon panamensis species-group (Characiformes: Characidae), Zootaxa 4751 (3), pp. 401-436: 430-431

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4751.3.1

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3718203

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scientific name

Hyphessobrycon panamensis
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Key to species for the Hyphessobrycon panamensis  species-group

1. Presence of a silvery-blue iridescent coloration on dorsal region of flanks in life; body depth 46.0–50.3% SL..................................................................................................... H. columbianus 

1’. Absence of a silvery-blue iridescent coloration on dorsal region of flank in life; body depth 31.8–46.5% SL.............. 2

2. Two humeral blotches equally pigmented, extending two to four longitudinal scale rows below lateral line, with contours and margins always well-defined..................................................................... H. savagei 

2’. Two humeral blotches, the second one less conspicuous than the first, extending up to two longitudinal scale rows below lateral line, with posterior margin as a concentration of melanophores concentrated along longitudinal midlateral stripe; or only one diffuse humeral blotch, in H. daguae  ...................................................................... 3

3. Branched anal-fin rays 19–23 (modes = 21 and 22);............................................... H. panamensis 

3’. Branched anal-fin rays 23–27, rarely 22 (modes = 24 and 25).................................................. 4

4. Single diffuse humeral blotch; lateral line frequently disrupted.......................................... H. daguae 

4. Two humeral blotches, the first one well defined; lateral line incompletely pored (rarely disrupted in H. condotensis  )...... 5

5. Epibranchial 1 with 5–7 (mode = 7) gill rakers; dorsal-fin length 27.7–29.7% SL, and pelvic-fin length 17.3–20.5% SL in ma- ture males................................................................................ H. condotensis 

5’. Epibranchial 1 with 8–9, rarely 7 (mode = 8) gill rakers; dorsal-fin length 27.8–41.2% SL, and pelvic-fin length 20.4–24.5% SL in mature males................................................................. H. bussingi  , new species