Pangio cuneovirgata

Pangio cuneovirgata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Pangio.

The Pangio cuneovirgata lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Pangio cuneovirgata Kottelat & Lim, 1993Acanthophthalmus cuneovirgatus Raut, 1957; (valid as) - Pangio doriae Kottelat & Lim, 1993Eucirrhichthys doriae Perugia, 1892; (valid as) - Pangio filinaris Kottelat & Lim, 1993 More

Pangio cuneovirgata can be identified from the other banded Pangios by it's truncate caudal fin. But on the other hand the colouration is a bit unusual for cuneovirgata.. Below left Doryichthys sp. A small tributary of the Lenggor. More

Pangio cuneovirgata - Lots in a bagA very secretive fish that needs lots of plants and hiding places with soft substrate. When frightened, this species can bury themselves with incredible speed, even in gravel, but sand will be best to protect their delicate skin. More

Pangio cuneovirgata usually has a series of short vertical bars on the dorsal half of the body (not reaching the lateral line). More

Common names

Satulapiikkisilmä in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Sekavec johorský in Czech (česky)
Täpläpiikkisilmä in Finnish (suomen kieli)
肉桂潘鰍 in Mandarin Chinese
肉桂潘鳅 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cobitidae
Genus : Pangio
Species : Pangio cuneovirgata
Authority : Raut, 1957