Gastromyzon stellatus

Gastromyzon stellatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Gastromyzon.

The Gastromyzon stellatus lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Gastromyzon stellatus, undersideThis species seems to have great variability in the spot patterning. Various individuals have denser patterns and some lack the joined dots which often form "dashes" in the pattern. More

Gastromyzon stellatus; Gastromyzon ocellatus; Pseaudogastromyzon cheni (reproducing). Tank 4: Macropodus opercularis; Hyphessobrycon rosaceus; Macrobrachium shrimp spp. Tank 5: Cynops orientalis (reproducing). Tank 6: Ctenopoma acurtirostre; Polypterus delhezi; Synodontis spp; Phenacogrammus interruptus. ... More

The more I see of other Gastromyzon stellatus I am convinced one of mine isnt G stellatus, it has very little if any markings on the body between the dorsal and caudal Confused I will have to see if I can get a couple of pics. More

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Balitoridae
Genus : Gastromyzon
Species : Gastromyzon stellatus
Authority : Tan, 2006