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Jump to next section Species List
1. Acentronichthys leptos (i:1, k:0)
2. Brachyglanis frenatus (i:0, k:0)
3. Brachyglanis magoi (i:0, k:0)
4. Brachyglanis melas (i:0, k:0)
5. Brachyglanis microphthalmus (i:0, k:0)
6. Brachyglanis nocturnus (i:0, k:0)
7. Brachyglanis phalacra (i:0, k:0)
8. Brachyglanis sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
9. Brachyrhamdia heteropleura (i:1, k:0)
10. Brachyrhamdia imitator (i:5, k:3)
11. Brachyrhamdia marthae (i:3, k:17)
12. Brachyrhamdia meesi (i:4, k:16)
13. Brachyrhamdia rambarrani (i:3, k:1)
14. Brachyrhamdia sp. (2) (i:1, k:0)
15. Brachyrhamdia sp. (3) (i:4, k:0)
16. Brachyrhamdia thayeria (i:13, k:2)
17. Cetopsorhamdia boquillae (i:0, k:0)
18. Cetopsorhamdia filamentosa (i:0, k:0)
19. Cetopsorhamdia iheringi (i:0, k:0)
20. Cetopsorhamdia insidiosa (i:1, k:0)
21. Cetopsorhamdia molinae (i:1, k:0)
22. Cetopsorhamdia nasus (i:0, k:0)
23. Cetopsorhamdia orinoco (i:1, k:0)
24. Cetopsorhamdia phantasia (i:0, k:0)
25. Cetopsorhamdia picklei (i:0, k:0)
26. Cetopsorhamdia sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
27. Cetopsorhamdia sp. (2) (i:2, k:0)
28. Cetopsorhamdia sp. `PERU` (i:3, k:1)
29. Chasmocranus brachynemus (i:0, k:0)
30. Chasmocranus brevior (i:0, k:0)
31. Chasmocranus chimantanus (i:0, k:0)
32. Chasmocranus longior (i:3, k:1)
33. Chasmocranus lopezi (i:0, k:0)
34. Chasmocranus peruanus (i:0, k:0)
35. Chasmocranus quadrizonatus (i:0, k:0)
36. Chasmocranus rosae (i:0, k:0)
37. Chasmocranus surinamensis (i:0, k:0)
38. Chasmocranus truncatorostris (i:0, k:0)
39. Gladioglanis anacanthus (i:4, k:0)
40. Gladioglanis conquistador (i:1, k:0)
41. Gladioglanis machadoi (i:4, k:0)
42. Goeldiella eques (i:12, k:6)
43. Heptapterid sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
44. Heptapterid sp. (2) (i:1, k:0)
45. Heptapterid sp. (3) (i:1, k:0)
46. Heptapterus mustelinus (i:10, k:1)
47. Heptapterus sp. (1) (i:2, k:0)
48. Heptapterus sp. (2) (i:3, k:0)
49. Heptapterus sp. (3) (i:1, k:0)
50. Horiomyzon retropinnatus (i:0, k:0)
51. Imparfinis cf. stictonotus (i:3, k:0)
52. Imparfinis guttatus (i:1, k:0)
53. Imparfinis minutus (i:4, k:0)
54. Imparfinis mirini (i:1, k:0)
55. Imparfinis pristos (i:1, k:0)
56. Imparfinis pseudonemacheir (i:10, k:3)
57. Imparfinis stictonotus (i:3, k:0)
58. Leptorhamdia essequibensis (i:0, k:0)
59. Leptorhamdia marmorata (i:0, k:0)
60. Leptorhamdia schultzi (i:0, k:0)
61. Leptorhamdia sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
62. Mastiglanis asopos (i:8, k:0)
63. Myoglanis aspredinoides (i:0, k:0)
64. Myoglanis koepckei (i:0, k:0)
65. Myoglanis potaroensis (i:0, k:0)
66. Myoglanis sp. (1) (i:2, k:0)
67. Myoglanis sp. `PERU` (i:5, k:1)
68. Nannoglanis fasciatus (i:5, k:0)
69. Nemuroglanis furcatus (i:3, k:0)
70. Nemuroglanis lanceolatus (i:0, k:0)
71. Nemuroglanis mariai (i:0, k:0)
72. Nemuroglanis panamensis (i:0, k:0)
73. Nemuroglanis pauciradiatus (i:0, k:0)
74. Nemuroglanis sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
75. Pariolius armillatus (i:2, k:0)
76. Phenacorhamdia boliviana (i:4, k:0)
77. Phenacorhamdia cf. anisura (i:1, k:0)
78. Phreatobius cisternarum (i:3, k:0)
79. Phreatobius dracunculus (i:7, k:0)
80. Phreatobius sp. (1) (i:3, k:1)
81. Pimelodella avanhandavae (i:1, k:1)
82. Pimelodella cristata (i:1, k:0)
83. Pimelodella geryi (i:1, k:0)
84. Pimelodella gracilis (i:7, k:8)
85. Pimelodella kronei (i:1, k:0)
86. Pimelodella lateristriga (i:2, k:1)
87. Pimelodella montana (i:1, k:0)
88. Pimelodella odynea (i:1, k:0)
89. Pimelodella sp. (1) (i:4, k:0)
90. Pimelodella sp. (2) (i:4, k:0)
91. Pimelodella sp. (3) (i:4, k:1)
92. Pimelodella sp. (4) (i:1, k:0)
93. Pimelodella transitoria (i:0, k:0)
94. Pimelodella vittata (i:3, k:0)
95. Rhamdella aymarae (i:2, k:0)
96. Rhamdia argentina (i:1, k:0)
97. Rhamdia cf. humilis (i:1, k:0)
98. Rhamdia foina (i:3, k:0)
99. Rhamdia guatemalensis (i:1, k:2)
100. Rhamdia laticauda (i:3, k:0)
101. Rhamdia quelen (i:15, k:5)
102. Rhamdia reddelli (i:0, k:0)
103. Rhamdia sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
104. Rhamdia xetequepeque (i:0, k:0)
105. Rhamdioglanis transfasciatus (i:1, k:0)
Jump to next section Total of 105 species
Jump to next section The Catfish Family Heptapteridae
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Family Common Name Catfishes
Distribution South America
Common Names Shrimp Catfish, Rhamdia
Size Smallest 24mm, largest 350mm, average 96mm, most commonly 72mm. All SL.
Species There are 105 species in 23 genera in the database
Keepers 18 species (17%) are being kept by registered keepers
Jump to next section Top Five Genera
1. Brachyrhamdia (39 keepers)
2. Pimelodella (11 keepers)
3. Rhamdia (7 keepers)
4. Goeldiella (6 keepers)
5. Imparfinis (3 keepers)
Jump to next section Distribution of selected species
Jump to next section Most Kept Species
1. Phreatobius sp. (1) (9.87%)
2. Pimelodella gracilis (6.56%)
3. Rhamdia quelen (6.31%)
4. Phreatobius cisternarum (6.24%)
5. Brachyrhamdia meesi (5.96%)
6. Imparfinis pseudonemacheir (4.96%)
7. Brachyrhamdia marthae (4.63%)
8. Rhamdia guatemalensis (4.51%)
9. Brachyrhamdia imitator (4.37%)
10. Brachyrhamdia rambarrani (4.01%)
11. Imparfinis minutus (3.76%)
12. Pimelodella cristata (3.62%)
13. Pimelodella lateristriga (3.34%)
14. Heptapterus sp. (1) (3.28%)
15. Pimelodella kronei (2.99%)
16. Brachyrhamdia heteropleura (2.92%)
17. Pimelodella avanhandavae (2.86%)
18. Imparfinis mirini (2.78%)
19. Acentronichthys leptos (2.7%)
20. Phreatobius dracunculus (2.64%)
21. Chasmocranus longior (2.47%)
22. Pimelodella sp. (3) (2.37%)
23. Imparfinis pristos (2.32%)
24. Pimelodella montana (2.28%)
25. Rhamdioglanis transfasciatus (2.25%)


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