Bryconamericus pectinatus

The Bryconamericus pectinatus lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Bryconamericus pectinatus, a new species of characid fish, is described from the Rio Manu basin in southeastern Peru. Males of the species are characterized by unique elaborations of the distal portions of the anterior branched rays of the anal fin. More

Bryconamericus pectinatus of those authors has scales partly on the caudal-fin rays, similar to some of the species that sometimes have been placed in Knodus. In addition, Knodus pectinatus is inseminating. Therefore, although K. More

Common names

梳啮脂鲤 in Mandarin Chinese
梳啮脂鲤 in Unknown
梳齧脂鯉 in Mandarin Chinese
梳齧脂鯉 in Unknown

Order : Characiformes
Family : Characidae
Genus : Bryconamericus
Species : Bryconamericus pectinatus
Authority : Vari & Siebert, 1990