Ctenopharynx pictus

Ctenopharynx pictus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.

The Ctenopharynx pictus lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, depth range - 78 m environment.

Ctenopharynx pictus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It is found in Malawi, Morocco, and Tanzania. Its natural habitat is freshwater lakes. References - * Kazembe, J. More

Ctenopharynx pictus, a distinctively marked member of the "three-spot" assemblage which feeds on zooplankton. Despite their diet, members of the genus Ctenopharynx are not "utaka"; only Copadichromis species are utaka. Photo copyright More

Ctenopharynx pictus male at Likoma, Lake Malawi . Photo by Ad Konings. determiner Ad Konings. Ctenopharynx pictus (Trewavas, 1935) - Curator: Ad Konings. Last updated on 16-Aug-2008. More

Ctenopharynx pictus is a chordate, or more specifically a ray-finned fish, in the Cichlidae family. More

Ctenopharynx pictus and a Rhamphochromis species. Three different catfish broods, monitored over a period of 50 days, had a survivorship rate six times greater during periods when cichlid young were present than when cichlid young were not present. More

the zooplankton feeders, Ctenopharynx pictus has a longer neurocranium, a longer and ventrally directed vomer, a larger orbit, a shorter ascending arm, a shorter maxillad spine, and a more compressed articular bone relative to Copadichromis borleyi. More

Ctenopharynx pictus Eccles & Trewavas, 1989Haplochromis pictus Trewavas, 1935; (valid as) - 24.4. More

Common names

Saguga in Nyanja
Sinivaljuahven in Finnish (suomen kieli)
色栉咽丽鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
色櫛咽麗魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Ctenopharynx
Species : Ctenopharynx pictus
Authority : Trewavas, 1935