The Mexican blind brotula, Ogilbia pearsei, is a species of fish in the Bythitidae family.
Dama ciega blanca in tank Dama ciega blanca in tank© Dr. Thomas M. Iliffe Dama ciega blanca specimen in tank Dama ciega blanca specimen in tank© Dr. Thomas M. More
The dama ciega blanca is believed to feed primarily upon a variety of crustaceans. Females ‘give birth’ to two to eleven live young, depending on the female’s size. Reproduction occurs between December and February, and young are independent from birth (2). More
The dama ciega blanca (Ogilbia pearsei) is a species of fish in the Bythitidae family. It is endemic to Mexico. Source - * Contreras-Balderas, S. & Almada-Villela, P. 1996. Ogilbia pearsei. More
Ogilbia pearsei and Dama ciega blanca are both correct! This is one of the very few fresh water cusk eels, most are abyssal fish and the the few fresh water members of the order are cave dwellers. More
Dama Ciega Blanca, Mexican Blind Brotula Common Names in Mandarin Chinese: 皮氏胎鬚鳚, 皮氏胎鬚鳚 Common Names in Spanish: Dama Blanca Ciega, Dama Ciega Blanca Description - More