Rhamdella cainguae

The Rhamdella cainguae lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Rhamdella cainguae, a new species of the family Heptapteridae is described from the Arroyo Cuña-Pirú, a tributary of the Río Paraná, in the subtropical forest of Misiones, northeastern Argentina. More

The new species is named Rhamdella cainguae in a paper published by Flávio Bockmann and Amalia Miquelarena in a recent issue of the journal Zootaxa. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Heptapteridae
Genus : Rhamdella
Species : Rhamdella cainguae
Authority : Bockmann & Miquelarena, 2008