Synodontis lucipinnis

The Synodontis lucipinnis lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Synodontis lucipinnisLake Tanganyika is renowned for its beautiful and unusual cichlids, but it has catfish all of its own too. More

Synodontis lucipinnis can be distinguished from petricola by the lack of an axilliary pore and the presence of "light-coloured windows" at the bases of the rayed fins according to the guys from Fl Uni who decided it is a different species More

LM Page (2006) is the look-a-like Synodontis lucipinnis which grows smaller has larger spots on the head and differs from S.petricola by the absence of a pore beneath the humeral process which is present in S.petricola. More

The petricola-like Synodontis lucipinnis is believed to be the same species sold in the aquarium trade under the Dwarf petricola common name. Reaching a size of up to 10cm/4" TL (some 3. More

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Order : Siluriformes
Family : Mochokidae
Genus : Synodontis
Species : Synodontis lucipinnis
Authority : Wright & Page, 2006