Chiloglanis lufirae

The Chiloglanis lufirae lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Chiloglanis lufirae is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Chiloglanis lufirae is a species of fish in the Mochokidae family. It is endemic to Burundi. Its natural habitat is rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss. Source - * Ntakimazi, G. More

Chiloglanis lufirae is a chordate, or more specifically a ray-finned fish, in the Mochokidae family. More

Chiloglanis lufirae RC-2360 Please link to this site. Chiloglanis ruziziensis RC-2361 Please link to this site. Chimalapa Toad RC-4468 Please link to this site. Chimpanzee RC-70 Please link to this site. Chinamococh Stream Frog RC-5222 Please link to this site. More

Common names

Chiloglanis lufirae in Catalan (Català)
勒非盘唇鲿 in Mandarin Chinese
勒非盘唇鲿 in Unknown
勒非盤唇鱨 in Mandarin Chinese
勒非盤唇鱨 in Unknown

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Mochokidae
Genus : Chiloglanis
Species : Chiloglanis lufirae
Authority : Poll, 1976