Loricariids from Rio Napo, Peru

By Heiko Bleher Taxonomical records. The description of species in the family Loricariidae is growing. In the last 3 years another dozens of species have been described, there are now by over 1000 species recognized as valid. Moreover there has been a change in subfamily status: Ancistrinae belongs now in Hypostominae with 465 species, with [...]
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