Rineloricaria morrowi

The Rineloricaria morrowi lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Rineloricaria morrowi males are covered from head to tail in bristly fur making them look very shaggy indeed. Sturisoma males develop the bristles mainly on the cheeks and the males can be identified in this way when only 75 mm in total length (not including tail filaments). More

Common names

Caracha in Spanish (español)
Gelber Harnischwels in German (Deutsch)
Shitari in Spanish (español)
莫氏銼甲鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
莫氏锉甲鲶 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Loricariidae
Genus : Rineloricaria
Species : Rineloricaria morrowi
Authority : Fowler, 1940