Scoloplax dolicholophia

The Scoloplax dolicholophia lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

The smallest catfish is the Scoloplax dolicholophia, which is recorded to be 12mm in length. The largest is the European wels, Silurus glanis, and it has a length of 5m and a weight of 300 kilograms (Eschmeyer and Paxton, 1998). More

Scoloplax dolicholophia is described from tributaries of the Rio Negro, north of Manaus, Brazil. It shares the biramous mental barbels with S. distolothrix and S. More

Scoloplax dolicholophia, a breed of whiptail catfish? Go to the top of the page +Quote Post fishdude View Member Profile post Jun 12 2003, 03:23 PM Post #11 Fish Addict More

Scoloplax dolicholophia Schaefer, Weitzman & Britski, 1989 - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Trib.of Rio Tarumãzinho approximately 45 km north of Manaus, Brazil, 2°42'S, 60°03'W. More

Scoloplax dolicholophia was previously known only from the rio Negro basin (Schaefer et al., 1989). Examination of material in the INPA fish collection revealed specimens of S. More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Scoloplacidae
Genus : Scoloplax
Species : Scoloplax dolicholophia
Authority : Schaefer, Weitzman &Britski, 1989