THE RANGE EXPANSION OF Parachromis managuensis (GÜNTHER, 1867) (PERCIFORMES, 4 CICHLIDAE) IN JAVA, INDONESIA
Keywords:Cichlid, distribution, freshwater fish, Jaguar Guapote
The Jaguar cichlid, Parachromis managuensis (Günther, 1867), is native to Central America, with introductions reported from West Java and Central Java Provinces of Indonesia. On 7-8 January 2019, sixteen specimens of P. managuensis were collected from Karangkates, the largest hydropower reservoir in East Java Province of Indonesia. A description of the morphological characters of specimens is provided.
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Hasan, V., Faqih, A. R., & Maftuch, M. (2020). THE RANGE EXPANSION OF Parachromis managuensis (GÜNTHER, 1867) (PERCIFORMES, 4 CICHLIDAE) IN JAVA, INDONESIA. BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology, 29(1). https://doi.org/10.11598/btb.2022.29.1.1278
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