Pseudobagarius meridionalis

This is a very small catfish, up to 32 mm standard length, with a body dark brown above with a few scattered pale spots and white below, with a strongly projected upper jaw so that the premaxillary teeth are clearly visible even when the mouth is closed.

The Pseudobagarius meridionalis lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

Pseudobagarius meridionalis is a species of catfish belonging to the family Akysidae (the stream catfishes). It is presently only known from the Barito River basin in southern Borneo. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Akysidae
Genus : Pseudobagarius
Species : Pseudobagarius meridionalis
Authority : Ng & Siebert,2004