| Summary of Tetracamphilius|
||From the Greek tetra meaning four and akis meaning point, in reference to the multicuspid teeth, and Amphilius a generical name for this group of catfishes.
||This genus differs from all other amphiliiids in having pedicellate jaw teeth with a fan-shaped distal end typically armed with two to six tiny flattened triangular cusps.Triangular adipose fin, slender caudal peduncle , caudal fin deeply forked with the lower lobe slightly larger than upper.
||Unreported in the aquarium.
||Smallest 20mm, largest 39mm, average 31mm, most commonly 39mm. All SL.
||There are 4 "species" in the database
|New spp. / time
|1750 ||1770 ||1790 ||1810 ||1830 ||1850 ||1870 ||1890 ||1910 ||1930 ||1950 ||1970 ||1990 ||2010 |
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