Callichthys serralabium

It was originally described by Lehmann & Reis in 2004.

The Callichthys serralabium lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Callichthys serralabium is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Callichthyinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family. More

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callichthys, and Callichthys serralabium is that Callichthys serralabium possess a serrated lower lip, 8–9 branched rays in the pectoral fin, an irregular color pattern of dark, diffuse blotches on flanks of adults, a longer anal-fin spine, and absence of the prenasal central plate. More

Callichthys serralabium: A New Species of Neotropical Catfish from the Upper Orinoco and Negro Rivers (Siluriformes: Callichthyidae) PABLO LEHMANN A. AND ROBERTO E. REIS. Copeia, 2004(2), pp. More

The new fish, which has been named Callichthys serralabium, is a member of the Callicthyidae family, which includes around 176 species in eight several genera, including: Callichthys, Dianema, Corydoras, Aspidoras, Brochis, Megalechis, Hoplosternum and Lepthoplosternum. More

Callichthys serralabium Lehmann y Reis 2004 Género Corydoras Lacepède 1803 Corydoras aeneus (Gill 1858) Corydoras axelrodi Rössel 1962 Corydoras blochi Nijssen 1971 Corydoras boehlkei Nijssen y Isbrücker 1982 Corydoras bondi Gosline 1940 More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Callichthyidae
Genus : Callichthys
Species : Callichthys serralabium
Authority : Lehmann A. and Reis, 2004