AHL - Aphyosemion (Mesoaphyosemion) ahli
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Bidou | Bissiana | CI | Cellucam | Ebodie | GEMLB 03-31 | GEMLCG 2007-64 | Kribi | Lobe | Ndonga | Poutloloma | holotype

Bidou
ADL_11-17 -   Bidou


Bissiana
BLLMC_05-25


CI
2004

It is not uncommon to see AHL (and CAL) showing up in commercial imports. Once you look at a map it's pretty easy to see why - the rivers near the ocean, the fish exporters and the airport are all near the same place. This is why members of the coastal species such as AUS, AHL, CAL and so on show up much more so than, say, EXI or anything far away from major cities and therefore airports.


Aphyosemion ahli  'Cellucam'
HLM_99-20


Ebodie
ADL_11-07 -    Ebodie



GEMLCG_2007-64

Carretera Senge-Beta 27km



Aphyosemion ahli  'Lobe'
CCPT_84_2
JVC_05 JVC_08



Poutloloma
ADL_11-22 -
CMG_2023-04 -




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