Neohomaloptera johorensis

The Neohomaloptera johorensis lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Neohomaloptera johorensis undersideNeohomaloptera johorensis is a colorful, small species, which unlike most members of Homaloptera prefers pure black-water biotopes or slow-flowing lowland streams. It is usually found in vegetation within areas of streams where there is more current. More

Neohomaloptera johorensis, Kryptopterus macrocephalus, Hemirhamphodon poponognathus, Betta cf. taeniata, Parosphromenus anjuganensis, P. ornaticauda, Belontia hasselti and Sphaerichthys osphromenoides osphromenoides. Only the goby Roberts (1989) caught, Stigmatogobius brocki we could not find. More

Neohomaloptera johorensis Herre, 1944Homaloptera johorensis Herre, 1944; (valid as) Neohomaloptera johorensis Herre, 1944; (valid as) Neohomaloptera johorensis Roberts, 1989 - 24.4. More

Common names

Balitora johorská in Czech (česky)
Kääpiölattaevä in Finnish (suomen kieli)
新平鰭鰍 in Mandarin Chinese
新平鳍鳅 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Balitoridae
Genus : Neohomaloptera
Species : Neohomaloptera johorensis
Authority : Herre, 1944