Scleromystax salmacis

Scleromystax salmacis is a species of catfish of the family Callichthyidae.

The Scleromystax salmacis lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Scleromystax salmacis is a species of catfish of the family Callichthyidae. Stub icon This catfish-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

Der Scleromystax salmacis ist nach der Geschichte von Ovids benannt, "Dem Brunnen von Salmacis". Vom Griechischen Salmacis, eine Nymphe, die sich verliebt hatte, mit Hermaphroditus, der Sohn von Hermes und Aphrodite. More

(formerly Corydoras) barbatus, has been named Scleromystax salmacis in a paper by Marcelo Britto and Roberto Reis in the latest edition of the journal Neotropical Ichthyology. More

Scleromystax salmacis Britto & Reis, 2005 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Brazil, Santa Catarina, Praia Grande, arroio Molha Coco in Vila Rosa nearly 5. More

Scleromystax salmacis is a close relative of the old Corydoras barbatus. Cory collectors have a new fish to look out for after as a new species of Scleromystax has been described from the coastal rivers of Brazil. More

Scleromystax salmacis sampled in the present study has no dimorphic conditions besides the shape of the genital papillae at any stage of development (compare Figs. 1 and 2), raising some questions as to the most useful features to distinguish Scleromystax (see Discussion). More

species Scleromystax salmacis Britto & Reis, 2005 which is similar to macropterus but but lacks the black spot common at the base of the tail on this species. The spots along the flanks of salmacis are also said to be more irregular than those of macropterus. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Callichthyidae
Genus : Scleromystax
Species : Scleromystax salmacis
Authority : Britto & Reis, 2005