Glyptothorax botius

The Glyptothorax botius lives in the benthopelagic, potamodromous, freshwater environment.

as Glyptothorax botius (Hamilton 1822) - (Ng 2005:2 , Thomson & Page 2006:43 , Edds & Ng 2007:130 , Ferraris 2007:388 ). Current status: Valid as Glyptothorax botius (Hamilton 1822) Sisoridae: Glyptosterninae. Distribution: Hoogly River, India and Nepal. Habitat: freshwater. More

species was Glyptothorax botius and was already considered to be a synonym of G. telchitta. With the specimens we caught Heok Hee was able to make a redescription of this species. More

Glyptothorax botius (Hamilton, 1822), a valid species of catfish (Teleostei: Sisoridae) from northeast India, with notes on the identity of G. telchitta (Hamilton, 1822) Zootaxa 930: 1-19 (5 Apr. More

Glyptothorax botius (Hamilton, 1822) - add this species to your "My Cats" page. Common Name(s) None Type Locality Hoogly R. at Kalma, West Bengal, India. More

its congeners, except Glyptothorax botius, in northeast India in having a combination of large, prominent tubercles on the head and body, a thoracic adhesive apparatus without a median depression, and a very slender body and caudal peduncle (sometimes described as spindle shaped). More

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Sisoridae
Genus : Glyptothorax
Species : Glyptothorax botius
Authority : Hamilton 1822