Caddo madtom

The caddo madtom is a species of fish in the Ictaluridae family.

The Caddo madtom lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The caddo madtom (Noturus taylori) is a species of fish in the Ictaluridae family. It is endemic to the United States. References - * Gimenez Dixon, M. 1996. Noturus taylori. More

Identification: The Caddo Madtom has a long, slender body that is yellow to dark brown above with 4 dark brown saddles alternating with light yellow or cream ellipses. A large black blotch is on the front half of the edge of the dorsal fin. More

The Caddo Madtom is found in the Caddo, Ouachita, and Little Missouri Rivers in southwestern Arkansas. This species is locally common. More

No Caddo madtoms were collected in the Little Missouri River despite extensive sampling there (Turner and Buchanan 2006). More

Common names

caddo madtom in English
Coddo-giftmalle in Danish (dansk)
Noturus taylori in Catalan (Català)
泰氏石鮰 in Chinese (中文)
泰氏石鮰 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Ictaluridae
Genus : Noturus
Species : Noturus taylori
Authority : Douglas, 1972