Schistura magnifluvis

Schistura magnifluvis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.

The Schistura magnifluvis lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 5.8 - 7.0, dH range: 4 - 15 environment.

•Valid as Schistura magnifluvis Kottelat 1990 - (Banarescu & Nalbant 1995:439 , Rainboth 1996:130 , Doi 1997:17 , Freyhof & Serov 2001:152 , Kottelat 2001:111 ). Current status: Valid as Schistura magnifluvis Kottelat 1990 Balitoridae: Nemacheilinae. Distribution: Thailand. Habitat: freshwater. More

Schistura magnifluvisDistribution: Mekong basin Sexual Dimorphism: Unknown. Mature males are said to have 'puffed cheeks' when viewed head-on. Maximum size: 4 inches (10 cm) Similar to: Schistura spilota, and many other Schistura species. More

Common names

Kimalaissistura in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Mekong-Plattschmerle in German (Deutsch)
Mřenka říční in Czech (česky)
大川南鰍 in Mandarin Chinese
大川南鳅 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Balitoridae
Genus : Schistura
Species : Schistura magnifluvis
Authority : Kottelat, 1990