Cetopsis parma

The Cetopsis parma lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

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

Cetopsis parma Oliveira, Vari & Ferraris, 2001 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Río Tambo, Río Ucayali basin, Pucallpa, Atalaya, 8°23'S, 74°32'W, Province Coronel Portillo, Depto de Ucayali, Peru. More

Cetopsis parma, the heavy bodied fish, is a member of the catfish family Cetopsidae. C. parma is native to the northern and western portions of the Amazon basin in Brazil, Ecuador and Peru. The specimen shown here is about 6 inches long. More

Cetopsis parma is only known from three definite localities in the western portions of the Amazon basin in Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru (Fig. 33) and one lot from an indefinite locality (ANSP 178165). More

2003), whereas Cetopsis parma (Cetopsidae) is only known from the upper Amazon basin and rio Tiqui More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Cetopsidae
Genus : Cetopsis
Species : Cetopsis parma
Authority : Oliveira, Vari and Ferraris, 2001