Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis

The Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis lives in the pelagic, freshwater, brackish environment.

Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis is similar to Hemirhamphodon pogonognathus in requirements, but is much smaller, males only getting to around 5 cm (2 inches) in length. Zenarchopterus buffonis (Valenciennes, 1847). More

caught here already Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis in 1976. He counted the species as a H. sp. unidentified and did the following executions: "A single small lot of Hemirhamphodon obtained in 1976 is not identifiable with either H. phaiosoma or H. poponognathus. It may be H. More

Common names

Hohtopainijakala in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Leuchtpunkt-Halbschnäbler in German (Deutsch)
金斑齒鱵 in Mandarin Chinese
金斑齒鱵 in Unknown
金斑齿鱵 in Mandarin Chinese
金斑齿鱵 in Unknown

Order : Beloniformes
Family : Hemiramphidae
Genus : Hemirhamphodon
Species : Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis
Authority : Collette, 1991