Aposturisoma myriodon

The generic name derives from Greek apo- meaning outside, German sturio meaning sturgeon and Greek soma meaning body; the whole referring to its outwardly similar appearance to a sturgeon.

The Aposturisoma myriodon lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Aposturisoma myriodon is a species of freshwater fish in the family Loricariidae of order Siluriformes. It is the only species in the genus Aposturisoma. More

Aposturisoma myriodon(3) Close-up of head - Click to enlarge - Close-up of head Aposturisoma myriodon(4) Close up of dorsal view of head - Click to enlarge - Close up of dorsal view of head More

Aposturisoma myriodon, une espèce et un genre nouveaux de Poisson-Chat cuirassé, tribu Farlowellini Fowler, 1958 du Bassin du Rio Ucayali, Pérou (Pisces, Siluriformes, Loricariidae). Revue Français d'Aquariologie 10(2), (1 Sept.): 33-42. Isbrücker, I. J. H., H. Nijssen & P. Cala. 1988. More

Aposturisoma myriodon is prominent to South America, the Aguaytia River government in the Upper Amazon River process. In rhythmic vast completed neighbors, specifically revealing interpretations is well quiet as their concepts are auditory as in the area of Banana speakers. More

Common names

Kopfleisten-Störwels in German (Deutsch)
Nokkasampimonni in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Shitari in Spanish (español)
繁齒甲鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
繁齒甲鯰 in Unknown
繁齿甲鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
繁齿甲鲶 in Unknown

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Loricariidae
Genus : Aposturisoma
Species : Aposturisoma myriodon
Authority : Isbr