Spotted bullhead

The Spotted bullhead lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

spotted bullhead Region Map Notes: Basin Distribution in Georgia: In Georgia, occurs in the Chattahoochee, Flint, and Ochlockonee River systems. More

A store owner gave me a spotted bullhead that game in with a shipment of grass shrimp. Anyone on list ever kept these before? It's a neat fish and doesn't seem too different than the garden variety yellow-brown-black bullheads I've kept before. More

fin on the spotted bullhead contains 19 to 23 rays. The caudal fin margin is essentially straight or slightly notched. Each pectoral spine has 15 to 18 large teeth along its posterior edge. More

Spotted bullhead; Bullhead; Longspined bullhead; Flat bullhead; European bullhead; Yellow bullhead; Snail bullhead; Bullhead minnow; Bullhead shark; Alpine bullhead; Bullhead catfish; Brown bullhead; Black bullhead; Korean bullhead; Crested bullhead shark; Zebra bullhead shark; Spotted frillgoby; Spotted tetra; Spotted whiff; Spotted snakehead; More

The spotted bullhead is one of the smaller bullheads, the largest recorded specimen measuring 226 mm (about 9 inches). It is mainly found in the Apalochicola, Ochlockonee, and Suwannee river systems in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. More

the spotted bullhead is the only one marked with small gray-white spots on a dark gray or tan body. Endemic to the Chattahoochee River system, the spotted bullhead and snail bullhead, A. More

Common names

Hvidplettet dværgmalle in Danish (dansk)
spotted bullhead in English
鋸棘鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
锯棘鮰 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Ictaluridae
Genus : Ameiurus
Species : Ameiurus serracanthus
Authority : Yerger and Relyea, 1968