Cetopsis orinoco

The Cetopsis orinoco lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Identification: Cetopsis orinoco can be distinguished from all of its congeners by the combination of the presence of an eye, the conical teeth on the vomer and dentary, the rounded posterior nares which is distinctly separated from the contralateral nares by a distance More

Cetopsis orinoco Schultz, 1944 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Río Torbes, 1 km. More

Cetopsis orinoco (Siluriformes): view page image collection Title cetopsis_orinoco2. More

The presumed males of Cetopsis orinoco have the filaments on the first rays of the dorsal and pectoral fins proportionally more elongate than those occurring in females and immature males of the species. More

Cetopsis orinoco (Schultz 1944) Sinónimo: Pseudocetopsis orinoco Género Denticetopsis Ferraris 1996 Denticetopsis praecox (Ferraris y Brown 1991) Sinónimo: Pseudocetopsis praecox Denticetopsis royeroi Ferraris 1996 Denticetopsis sauli Ferraris 1996 Género Helogenes Günther 1863 More

Common names

Bagre ciego in Spanish (español)

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Cetopsidae
Genus : Cetopsis
Species : Cetopsis orinoco
Authority : Schultz, 1944