Armored catfish

The cascarudo , armored catfish, bubblenest catfish, hassar, or mailed catfish is a subtropical freshwater fish belonging to the Callichthyinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family.

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Exotic Armored Catfish (Liposarcus multiradiatus) in the Kaoping River of Southern Taiwan" (PDF). Zoological Studies 44 (2): 252–259. Retrieved 2009-06-22. 34. More

Breeding the Armored Catfish is moderately difficult. R: This fish often takes atmospheric air from the water surface via the mouth to the intestine. This fish has been known to leave the water and move across land during the dry season. More

Armored Catfish (Family Loricariidae) in Costa Rican Streams FINAL - This topic submitted by Leslie Rieck ( at 8:25 PM on 5/18/07. More

armored catfish Click here to manipulate this image Compared with a typical catfish of the family Loricariidae, G More

Armored Catfish enjoy being together so keep a group with at least six Cory Catfish of the same species together in the same aquarium. More

The number of suckermouth armored catfishes and brown hoplos in west central Florida appears to have increased, particularly in the Hillsborough River, according to a recent study by Florida Marine Research Institute ichthyologists Dr. Ramon Ruiz-Carus and Dr. Harry J. Grier. More

An new species of armored catfish found in the Konashen COCA, Guyana. More

The Armored Catfish of Wekiwa Springs I was at a professional development class in Florida last week, and as I usually like to do, I ran off into the nearest woods as soon as the class was over. More

Armored CatfishHere's what you do with them once you have them: 1. Cut off the head and fins and gut it. 2. Boil it. After boiling the skin will peel off. 3. More

never heard of an Armored Catfish from anyone - but they had some they had already caught. More

By keeping invasive species like the armored catfish out of rivers and streams, you can do your part to protect the native plants and animals that make Texas special. To learn more about our work, including other invasive species we help control, visit More

Armored Catfish Information * There are about 50 different species of armored fish. More

armored catfish in an Amazon creek at night I have not... Click to show "armored catfish" result 8 352 x 240 17 kb Orinoco Sailfin Catfish ( Pterygoplicththys... More

The Giant Armored Catfish, or Prehistoric Catfish, is named for the row of large scales that run laterally along the sides of the fish. 1 Product(s) Starting at $39. More

The Giant Armored Catfish, also known as the Niger Cat, the Dolphin Cat, and the Ripsaw Cat is a very large South American species similar in appearance to the popular Corydoras catfish. More

armored catfish - South American catfish having the body covered with bony platessiluriform fish, catfish - any of numerous mostly freshwater bottom-living fishes of Eurasia and North America with barbels like whiskers around the mouthfamily Laricariidae, Laricariidae - armored catfish More

Armored Catfish Picture and Description armored catfish picture Orinoco Sailfin Catfish (Pterygoplicththys multiradiatus) There are over 50 species of armored catfish native to the streams of South America but have become established in Florida living in steams, canals and More

Armored catfish, such as the sailfin catfish (above) and the suckermouth catfish (right), have been released from aquariums into Texas waters, creating problems for native fish and wildlife species. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Callichthyidae
Genus : Callichthys
Species : Callichthys callichthys
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758