Otjikoto tilapia

The Otjikoto tilapia lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 7.0 - 7.8, dH range: 15 environment.

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

The otjikoto tilapia (Tilapia guinasana) is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It is endemic to Lake Guinas, Namibia. Source - * Skelton, P. 1996. Tilapia guinasana. More

Otjikoto tilapia are found at Otjikoto Lake and Lake Guinas>> The Otjikoto tilapia, Tilapia guinasana, was first noted by Dr Karl Jordan, a naturalist who travelled through the country noting new species in the early 20th century. More

critically endangered species of fish, the Otjikoto tilapia, which evolved and was discovered in Lake Guinas and then translocated to Otjikoto Lake. Short URL: www.tourbrief. More

Otjikoto tilapia, one of only a small handful of fish species endemic to Namibia. This same area of Namibia is also home to an endemic cave fish that is found only in Aigama Cave. More

Common names

Banded tilapia in Unknown
Guinas-Buntbarsch in German (Deutsch)
Otjikoto tilapia in English
Otjikoto-kurper in Afrikaans
Sinitilapia in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Tilapia guinasana in Catalan (Català)
吉納非鯽 in Mandarin Chinese
吉纳非鲫 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Tilapia
Species : Tilapia guinasana
Authority : Trewavas, 1936