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A description of a new genus and species of killifish, found in Chile. A IUCN Red List category of critically endangered is proposed
How our choice of T-shirts may affect lizard behaviour
Barreleye Zoology’s first guest blog was written by Ryan Eddowes, a Zoology with Herpetology student at Bangor University. Ryan talks about his time filming his documentary, which can be seen here. Enjoy! I had the great fortune of travelling to South Africa, to be an intern at Africa Media. Africa Media has been running for the … Continue reading Guest post: Secrets of the Savannah
As part of her PhD, Marianne Nyegaard analysed genetic samples from the genus Mola. Previously thought to contain two species (M. mola and M. ramsayi), her research has confirmed the existence of a third: M. tecta. Taxonomic background: The family Molidae consists of three genera and four species. Distribution: M. tecta is found in the waters around Southeast Australia. However, it … Continue reading New species of the month: the hoodwinker sunfish