Otopharynx brooksi

It's edibility is unverfied.

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Original source: Photo taken by me Author Michael K. Oliver, Ph.D.
Author: Michael K. Oliver, Ph.D.
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The Otopharynx brooksi lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Otopharynx brooksi is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It is endemic to Malawi. Its natural habitat is freshwater lakes. It's edibility is unverfied. References - * Kasembe, J. More

Otopharynx brooksi Oliver, 1989: A paratype male 115 mm SL, in USNM, from a depth of 41-67 m (135-220 feet) off the south shore of Thumbi Island West, collected in trammel nets. More

Conservation: Otopharynx brooksi is evaluated by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species as (LC) Least Concern (2006). More

Otopharynx brooksi Oliver in Eccles and Trewavas, 1989 Genus Otopharynx Regan, 1920 Family Cichlidae Order Perciformes Superorder Acanthopterygii More

Otopharynx brooksi is living in open water in the neighbourhood of the intermediate zone`s from rocks to sand. They can be found in the southeastern part of Lake Malawi, mainly near Makokola Reef and Boadzulu Island. More

Common names

Saguga in Nyanja
布氏大咽非鯽 in Mandarin Chinese
布氏大咽非鲫 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Otopharynx
Species : Otopharynx brooksi
Authority : Oliver, 1989