Neochromis simotes

The Neochromis simotes is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

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The description of Neochromis simotes is based on three specimens in a 1911 collection in the British Museum of Natural History. The collection point is listed as Kakindu on the Victorian Nile Uganda. The largest individual is 8. More

Neochromis simotes nyassae Borodin = Haplochromis callipterus (G More

anywhere else, plus one species, Neochromis simotes, that was thought extinct. The species from the rapids and pools areas exhibit adaptations suggestive of dependence upon rapidly flowing water; i.e., falls and rapids habitats that would be inundated by the dam. More

Neochromis simotes See Haplochromis nigricans Neoeucirrhichthys maydelli (Banarescu & Nalbant 1968) Neofundulus acutirostratus (Costa 1992, Bo:72, TF:76 9/98) Neofundulus guaporensis More

Neochromis simotes nyassae, Haplochromis centropristoides, Ctenochromis callipterus, Chromis callipterus, Tilapia calliptera, Haplochromis callipterus "Callipterus Hap" "Callipterus" "Eastern Happy" "Black-Edged Golden Nyasa Cichlid" More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Haplochromis
Species : Haplochromis nigricans
Authority : Boulenger, 1911