Hyphessobrycon serpae – the mystery solved

By Heiko Bleher Durbin has described in Eigenmann (1908) a small tetra and named it after the location where it was found, in the Lago de Serpa a lake, which almost for a century no one knew where it is located. But this Rosy Tetra, Hyphessobrycon serpae, came into the hobby for the first time [...]
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