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- are: Macropodus baviensis H. D. Nguyễn & V. H. Nguyễn, 2005 Macropodus erythropterus Freyhof & Herder, 2002 (Red-backed paradisefish) Macropodus hongkongensis...
- gouramis (Trichogaster lalius) showing ****ual dimorphism Macropodus erythropterus Paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis) Giant gourami (Osphronemus goramy) Three...
- The paradise fish, paradise-fish, paradisefish, or paradise gourami (Macropodus opercularis) is a species of gourami found in most types of fresh water...
- species of Macropodus genus native to eastern Asia and fight together, such as: Paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis), Black paradisefish (Macropodus spechti)...
- Hibiscus macropodus is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae. It is found only in Yemen. Miller, A. (2004). "Hibiscus macropodus". The IUCN...
- them the name Macropodus pugnax. In 1909, British ichthyologist Charles Tate Regan found there was a related species already named Macropodus pugnax, and...
-  angulatus Binomial name Senecio angulatus L.f. (1781) Native range of S. angulatus Synonyms Senecio macropodus DC. Sources: IPNI, AFPD, GRIN, NZPND, ALUKA...
- Macropodus hongkongensis is a species of paradise fish (Macropodus) endemic to southern China. This species was first discovered in Hong Kong, but later...
- Hibiscus macrogonus Hibiscus macrophyllus—largeleaf rosemallow Hibiscus macropodus Hibiscus makinoi—Okinawan hibiscus Hibiscus malacophyllus Balf.f. (Yemen)...
- like the varieties of the golden carp of China, and Dr. Cantor named it Macropodus pugnax. When the fish is in estate of quiet, with the fins at rest, its...
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