Nothobranchius capriviensis Watters et al., 2015
- Holotype: SAIAB 200550.
- Paratypes: SAIAB 200551 (2, 2), 200552 (5, 3); MRAC B5-01-P-7-9 (3, 0), B5-01-P-7-10 (0, 1).
Type locality: Namibia, Sakamanduna Pan, Gunkwe district, Eastern Zembezi Region; two shallow seasonal pools opposite sides of road, about 16 km directly south of Kathima Mulilo (23 km by road) on the road to Lilyanti via Gunkwe; 17°38.654' S, 24°17.664'E.
Etymology: The species name capriviensis represents a toponym after the Caprivi Strip, the historical name for the narrow extension of the northeastern Namibia, where this species occurs. This part of Namibia was originally named after the German statesman Count Leo von Caprivi.
- Watters, B.R., Wildekamp, R.H. & Shidlovskiy, K.M. 2015. Description and biogeography of Nothobranchius capriviensis, a new species of annual killifish from the Zambezi Region of Namibia (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae). Journal of the American Killifish Association 47(4–6): 97–133. Reference page.