Hyphessobrycon bentosi Durbin, 1908

Species in GBIF Backbone Taxonomy

AnimaliaChordataActinopterygiiCharaciformesCharacidaeHyphessobrycon

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Overview

Full Name

Hyphessobrycon bentosi Durbin, 1908

Common names

  • Ornate tetra eng
  • Rosy tetra eng
  • Bystrzyk ozdobny pol
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Synonyms

Taxonomic status

Accepted species

According to

The Catalogue of Life, 3rd January 2011

Habitat

Not marine, Freshwater

Georeferenced data

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Distributions

Text based distributions present in some sources.

Subordinate taxa

Classification

There are no subordinate taxa for this species.
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kingdom
Animalia
phylum
Chordata
class
Actinopterygii
order
Characiformes
family
Characidae
genus
Hyphessobrycon
species
Hyphessobrycon bentosi
 
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Bibliography

Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences (2003) Chinese aquatic germplasm resources database.: http://zzzy.fishinfo.cn

Grabda, E. and T. Heese (1991) Polskie nazewnictwo popularne kraglouste i ryby. Cyclostomata et Pisces.: Wyzsza Szkola Inzynierska w Koszalinie. Koszalin, Poland. 171 p. (in Polish).

Ortega, H. and R.P. Vari (1986) Annotated checklist of the freshwater fishes of Peru.: Smithson. Contrib. Zool. (437):1-25.

Riehl, R. and H.A. Baensch (1996) Aquarien Atlas, Band 1. 10th edition.: Mergus Verlag GmBH, Melle, Germany. 992 p.

Robins, C.R., R.M. Bailey, C.E. Bond, J.R. Brooker, E.A. Lachner, R.N. Lea and W.B. Scott (1991) World fishes important to North Americans. Exclusive of species from the continental waters of the United States and Canada.: Am. Fish. Soc. Spec. Publ. (21):243 p.

Tello, S. and H. Sánchez (1995) To be filled.: Unpublished.

Varjo, M., L. Koli and H. Dahlström (2004) Kalannimiluettelo (versio 10/03).: Suomen Biologian Seura Vanamo Ry.

Weitzman, S.H. and L. Palmer (1997) A new species of Hyphessobrycon (Teleostei: Characidae) from Neblina region of Venezuela and Brazil, with comments on the putative 'rosy tetra clade'.: Ichthyol. Explor. Freshwat. 7(3):209-242.

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Source information

This backbone name usage exists because it was found in another checklist at the time the backbone was built. The primary source name usage has since been removed from the portal.