Dicrossus gladicauda

The Dicrossus gladicauda lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 4.4 environment.

Dicrossus gladicauda male in the aquarium of Wolfgang Staeck. Photo by Wolfgang Staeck. determiner Wolfgang Staeck. Dicrossus gladicauda Schindler & Staeck, 2008 - Last updated on 23-Jul-2008. More

The newly described, Dicrossus gladicauda is similar to Dicrossus filamentosus but has a very unique tail shape. In this species there is a single extension on the top of the tail. go to follow this link for the complete description & photos. More

Dicrossus gladicauda it was published in May 2008. You can download the description on www.vertebrate-zoology.de Vertebrate Zoology 58 (1) 2008 - You can reach me by e-mail at: alf.stalsberg@c2i. More

Dicrossus gladicauda alluding from the fliamentous extenstion of the upper lobe of the caudal fin. It can be distinguished from the 2 earlier described Discrossus spp, i.e. D. filamentosus and D. More

Dicrossus gladicauda in the latest issue of the journal Vertebrate Zoology. Dicrossus gladicauda can be distinguished from D. filamentosus and D. More

Dicrossus gladicauda is so-named due to the filamentous extension on the upper lobe of the caudal fin. This feature also helps to distinguish it from D. filamentosus and D. maculatus . In D. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Dicrossus
Species : Dicrossus gladicauda
Authority : Schindler & Staeck, 2008