Chaca burmensis

Chaca burmensis is a species of catfish of the family Chacidae.

The Chaca burmensis lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Chaca burmensis Brown & Ferraris, 1988 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Sittang River, Myanmar. More

Chaca burmensis is apparently endemic to Burma and is only rarely traded. Chaca chaca is more commonly seen, with most specimens coming from South Asia, particularly India, though it is has been reported as occurring as far east as Malaysia and Indonesia. More

Chaca burmensis Brown & Ferraris 1988, the Burmese Chaca Cat. Asia: Myanmar. To eight inches in length. Rarely, if ever seen in the trade. Chaca chaca (Hamilton 1822), the Squarehead Catfish. Asia: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Malaya and Indonesia. More

Common names

Burmankitamonni in Finnish (suomen kieli)
緬甸連尾鮡 in Mandarin Chinese
缅甸连尾鮡 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Chacidae
Genus : Chaca
Species : Chaca burmensis
Authority : Brown & Ferraris, 1988