|Summary of Spinipterus|
|Identification||Some of the unique features which distinguish Spinipterus from other auchenipterids are: pectoral and dorsal-fin spines with four prominent rows of serrations; lateral margin of the skull roofing bones ornamented with a single row of spines; and adducted dorsal fin rests into a mid-dorsal groove. Spinipterus also differs from most other auchenipterid genera by having lower counts for some fin rays.|
|Size||Smallest 80mm, largest 80mm, average 80mm, most commonly 80mm. All SL.|
|Species||There are 2 "species" in the database|
|Keepers||2 species (100%) are being kept by registered keepers|
|New spp. / time||
|Most Kept Species|
|1.||Spinipterus sp. (1) (81.25%)|
|2.||Spinipterus acsi (18.75%)|
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|Distribution of selected Spinipterus species|
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