Trichomycterus pascuali - Furniture

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Trichomycterus pascuali - Furniture

Post by lfinley58 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:39 pm

Hi -
Under "Furniture" for this species it is noted: "In the wild found in small streams with a sand and rock bottom with no vegetation." This appears to be a default entry for many (if not all??) Trichomycterus spp. There are so many species and I did not check it out totally.

In the original description of the species it is noted that specimens were " ...collected under rocks and aquatic vegetation in a muddy bottom area...". Emphasis added by me.

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Re: Trichomycterus pascuali - Furniture

Post by bekateen » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:49 pm

Hi Lee,

Yes for many genera there is an entry for genus-level data. If an individual species has more specific information, the species-level data can be entered and it supersedes the generic data on the CLOG display. I can enter that for you and once it's vetted/approved, it will display the appropriate info.

In the meantime, a photo has been added from original description: Trichomycterus pascuali

Thanks,
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Post by lfinley58 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:16 pm

Hi Eric,

Thanks. I will so note any other conflicting situations that I might happen to run across.

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Re: Trichomycterus pascuali - Furniture

Post by Jools » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:58 pm

I've tidied it up across all spp. As Eric said, the generic text was too broad given these species are found in differing habitats.

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Post by lfinley58 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:11 pm

Hi Jools,

Thanks. As noted I will send any similar info as it might come to hand (or mind).

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