Tetranematichthys wallacei

The Tetranematichthys wallacei lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Tetranematichthys wallacei(2) Typical resting position - Click to enlarge - Typical resting position Tetranematichthys wallacei(3) - Click to enlarge - Tetranematichthys wallacei(4) Close-up of head - Click to enlarge More

Tetranematichthys wallacei page on Fishbase Catfish Bones, the Digital Atlas of Catfish Morphology Literature & Links Front page image. More

Tetranematichthys wallacei Vari & Ferraris, 2005 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. More

Tetranematichthys wallacei was described in Copeia this month. A study of the South American catfish genus Tetranematichthys has revealed a second species and the revelation that the fish may use its unusual barbels as a fishing lure to catch prey fish. More

Valid as Tetranematichthys wallacei Vari & Ferraris 2006 Auchenipteridae: Auchenipterinae. Distribution: Amazon basin: upper Negro River system in Brazil and Venezuela and upper Orinoco River basin in southern Venezuela. Habitat: freshwater. More

Tetranematichthys wallacei: Named by Vari & Ferraris in 2006. This species occurs in the Amazon and Orinoco basins. Wallace illustrated a specimen from the Rio Negro or Rio Uaup├ęs basins in his unpublished pencil drawings of fish, now in the Natural History Museum, London. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Auchenipteridae
Genus : Tetranematichthys
Species : Tetranematichthys wallacei
Authority : Vari & Ferraris,2006