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Specimen Records:90
Specimens with Sequences:89
Specimens with Barcodes:73
Species:14
Species With Barcodes:12
Public Records:10
Public Species:4
Public BINs:3
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Petrocephalus

Petrocephalus is a genus of fish in the family Mormyridae, being the only genus in the sub-family Petrocephalinae. All the fish species of this genus are native to Africa.

Species[edit]

There are currently 45 recognized species in this genus:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lavoué, S. & Sullivan, J.P. (2014): Petrocephalus boboto and Petrocephalus arnegardi, two new species of African electric fish (Osteoglossomorpha, Mormyridae) from the Congo River basin. ZooKeys, 400: 43–65.
  2. ^ Lavoué, S. (2012): Petrocephalus Marcusen, 1854 (Osteoglossomorpha: Mormyridae) of the Bangweulu-Mweru ecoregion (Luapula River system, Congo basin), with the description of a new species. Journal of Natural History, 46 (35-36): 2159-2178. [DOI: 10.1080/00222933.2012.708449]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Kramer, B., Bills, R., Skelton, P. & Wink, M. (2012): A critical revision of the churchill snoutfish, genus Petrocephalus Marcusen, 1854 (Actinopterygii: Teleostei: Mormyridae), from southern and eastern Africa, with the recognition of Petrocephalus tanensis, and the description of five new species. Journal of Natural History, 46 (35-36): 2179-2258. [DOI: 10.1080/00222933.2012.708452]
  4. ^ Lavoue, S. (2011). "A new species of Petrocephalus Marcusen 1854 (Osteoglossomorpha: Mormyridae) from the Sanaga River basin, Cameroon." Zootaxa 2934: 20-28.
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