FLI - Aphyosemion (Aphyosemion) fellmanni
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FCCO 2013-15
Circulated for a few years prior to description as A. sp. "Toba", with accessions: FCCO 2013/15 and FCCO 2014/03.

FCCO_2013-15

Aphyosemion fellmanni FCCO 13-15 Ntoba Français : Le 18 janvier 2013, en fin de matinée du dernier jour de leur voyage de pêche « FCCO 2013 » en République du Congo, Christian Cauvet et Emmanuel Fellmann découvraient, à une vingtaine de kilomètres seulement de la capitale Brazzaville, une espèce non décrite d’Aphyosemion. Très peu de spécimen furent rapportés en France mais reproduits et l’espèce fut diffusée par Christian Cauvet sous le nom d’Aphyosemion species « FCCO 13-15 Ntoba ». En 2014, Emmanuel retournait seul au Congo pour collecter de nouveaux spécimens destinés à une description scientifique. Il retrouva l’espèce au point de pêche initial et en un autre endroit. Des spécimens conservés dans l’alcool furent envoyés par Emmanuel Fellmann à Jouke Van der Zee du Musée Royal d’Afrique Centrale (MRAC) de Tervuren en Belgique, qui, avec Rainer Sonneberg, en fit la description scientifique fin 2018 sous le nom d’Aphyosemion fellmanni. Aphyosemion fellmanni « FCCO 13-15 Ntoba » est désormais un killi apprécié des aquariophiles du monde entier et sa facilité de maintenance et de reproduction en font un poisson à la portée des killiphiles débutants. (FCCO = Fellmann Cauvet Congo)

English: On january 2013, 18th, in the end of the morning of the last day of their “FCCO 2013” collecting trip in Congo Republic, Christian Cauvet and Emmanuel Fellmann discovered, at about only 20 kilometers from the capital city of Brazzaville, a non-described species of Aphyosemion. Very few specimens were taken back to France but bred and the species was distributed by Christian Cauvet under the name Aphyosemion species « Ntoba FCCO 13-15 ». In 2014, Emmanuel Fellmann went alone to Congo to collect new specimens for scientific description. He found the species again at the first discovering place and another one. Specimens kept in alcohol were sent to Jouke Van der Zee of Musée Royal d’Afrique Centrale (MRAC) of Tervuren in Belgium, who, with Rainer Sonnenberg, described the fish under the name of Aphyosemion fellmanni. Aphyosemion fellmanni « Ntoba FCCO 13-15 » is now a much appreciated killi by aquarists all over the world and the easiness of its maintenance and breeding make it a fish that new killi fans can keep with success. (FCCO = Fellmann Cauvet Congo)


Aphyosemion at FCCO November 13-15 French: On January 18, 2013, in the late morning of the last day of their "FCCO 2013" fishing trip in the Republic of Congo, Christian Cauvet and Emmanuel Fellmann discovered, only twenty kilometers from the capital Brazzaville, an undescribed species of Aphyosemion. Very few specimens were reported in France but reproduced and the species was distributed by Christian Cauvet as Aphyosemion species "FCCO 13-15 Ntoba". In 2014, Emmanuel returned to Congo alone to collect new specimens destined for a scientific description. He finds the species at the original fishing spot and in another location. Specimens preserved in alcohol were sent by Emmanuel Fellmann to Jouke Van der Zee of the Royal Museum of Central Africa (MRAC) in Tervuren in Belgium, who, together with Rainer Sonneberg, gave the scientific description in late 2018 as Aphyosemion Fellmanni. Aphyosemion Fellmanni "FCCO 13-15 Ntoba" is now a killi appreciated by aquariophiles worldwide and its ease of maintenance and reproduction make it a fish for novice killiphils. (FCCO = Fellmann Cauvet Congo) English: On january 2013, 18th, in the end of the morning of the last day of their “FCCO 2013” collecting trip in Congo Republic, Christian Cauvet and Emmanuel Fellmann discovered, at about only 20 kilometers from the capital city of Brazzaville, a non-described species of Aphyosemion. Very few specimens were taken back to France but bred and the species was distributed by Christian Cauvet under the name Aphyosemion species « Ntoba FCCO 13-15 ». In 2014, Emmanuel Fellmann went alone to Congo to collect new specimens for scientific description. He found the species again at the first discovering place and another one. Specimens kept in alcohol were sent to Jouke Van der Zee of Musée Royal d’Afrique Centrale (MRAC) of Tervuren in Belgium, who, with Rainer Sonnenberg, described the fish under the name of Aphyosemion fellmanni. Aphyosemion fellmanni « Ntoba FCCO 13-15 » is now a much appreciated killi by aquarists all over the world and the easiness of its maintenance and breeding make it a fish that new killi fans can keep with success. (FCCO = Fellmann Cauvet Congo)

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