Kneria wittei

The Kneria wittei lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

and Kneria wittei, which has no common name, are tiny and minnow-like. The length of these fishes ranges from about three-fourths inch (1.8 centimeters) to 5 feet (1.5 meters). More

Also of interest is Kneria wittei, which is found in streams up to 1,800 m in elevation. More

opercular apparatus in Kneria wittei in association with a possible acoustic function Grubach, Paul, and Coburn, Miles. An analog Weberian apparatus in the armored catfish Corydoras paleatus (Siluriformes, Callichthyidae) Grudzien, Thaddeus A., and Platz, James E. More

Common names

Knérie Wittova in Czech (česky)
威氏克奈魚 in Mandarin Chinese
威氏克奈魚 in Unknown
威氏克奈鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
威氏克奈鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Gonorynchiformes
Family : Kneriidae
Genus : Kneria
Species : Kneria wittei
Authority : Poll, 1944