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1. Amblyceps accari (i:0, k:0)
2. Amblyceps apangi (i:1, k:1)
3. Amblyceps arunachalensis (i:3, k:0)
4. Amblyceps caecutiens (i:3, k:0)
5. Amblyceps cerinum (i:6, k:1)
6. Amblyceps foratum (i:10, k:2)
7. Amblyceps improcerum (i:1, k:0)
8. Amblyceps laticeps (i:5, k:2)
9. Amblyceps mangois (i:13, k:8)
10. Amblyceps murraystuarti (i:4, k:0)
11. Amblyceps protentum (i:3, k:0)
12. Amblyceps serratum (i:2, k:0)
13. Amblyceps tenuispinis (i:2, k:0)
14. Amblyceps variegatum (i:1, k:0)
15. Amblyceps waikhomi (i:0, k:0)
16. Amblyceps yunnanense (i:0, k:0)
17. Liobagrus aequilabris (i:0, k:0)
18. Liobagrus andersoni (i:3, k:0)
19. Liobagrus anguillicauda (i:3, k:0)
20. Liobagrus formosanus (i:1, k:1)
21. Liobagrus hyeongsanensis (i:0, k:0)
22. Liobagrus kingi (i:1, k:0)
23. Liobagrus marginatoides (i:1, k:0)
24. Liobagrus marginatus (i:8, k:1)
25. Liobagrus mediadiposalis (i:2, k:2)
26. Liobagrus obesus (i:1, k:0)
27. Liobagrus reinii (i:2, k:0)
28. Liobagrus somjinensis (i:0, k:0)
29. Nahangbagrus songamensis (i:0, k:0)
30. Xiurenbagrus dorsalis (i:1, k:0)
31. Xiurenbagrus gigas (i:3, k:0)
32. Xiurenbagrus sp. (1) (i:1, k:0)
33. Xiurenbagrus sp. (2) (i:1, k:0)
34. Xiurenbagrus xiurenensis (i:1, k:0)
Jump to next section Total of 34 species
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amblycipitidae
Family Common Name Loach Catfishes
Distribution Southern Asian, China & Japan
Common Names Loach Catfish, Asian Bullhead
Size Smallest 42mm, largest 165mm, average 90mm, most commonly 85mm. All SL.
Species There are 34 species in 4 genera in the database
Keepers 8 species (23%) are being kept by registered keepers
Jump to next section Top Five Genera
1. Amblyceps , 16 species (14 keepers)
2. Liobagrus , 12 species (4 keepers)
3. Nahangbagrus , 1 species (0 keepers)
4. Xiurenbagrus , 5 species (0 keepers)
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Jump to next section Most Kept Species
1. Amblyceps mangois (44.44%)
2. Liobagrus mediadiposalis (11.11%)
3. Amblyceps laticeps (11.11%)
4. Amblyceps foratum (11.11%)
5. Liobagrus marginatus (5.56%)
6. Liobagrus formosanus (5.56%)
7. Amblyceps cerinum (5.56%)
8. Amblyceps apangi (5.56%)