Hisonotus chromodontus

The Hisonotus chromodontus lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Hisonotus chromodontus is distinguished from all other members of the genus in having teeth that are tipped reddish-brown, and a combination of the following characters: 20–40 premaxillary and 15–38 dentary teeth; 23-24 plates in longitudinal series; lateral line almost complete, represented More

following combination of characters: Hisonotus chromodontus has 20-40 reddish-brown tipped premaxillary teeth, and 15-38 on the dentary bones; 2324 plates on the longitudinal series; a prominent large dark brown lateral stripe extending from the tip of the snout to the caudal blotch; transversal dark brown More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Loricariidae
Genus : Hisonotus
Species : Hisonotus chromodontus
Authority : Britski & Garavello,2007