|Cat-eLog Data Sheet|
|Scientific Name||Hemibagrus lacustrinus Ng & Kottelat, 2013|
|Type Locality||Hulu Batang Ombilin, Sumatera Barat, Sumatra.|
|Pronunciation||HEM ee BAG russ|
|Etymology||From the Greek hemi- meaning half and bagrus, the catfish genus.|
|Identification||Members of the genus Hemibagrus are bagrid catfishes that can attain standard lengths of up to 800 mm and are found in large rivers throughout the Indian subcontinent,Southeast and East Asia. Members of this genus have depressed heads,rugose head shields not covered by skin,a slender occipital process and moderately long adipose fins.|
|Breeding||Unreported in the aquarium.|
|Breeding Reports||There is no breeding report.|
|Reference||The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology v. 61 (no. 1), pp 257, Fig. 36.|
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|Last Update||2014 Aug 18 03:45 (species record created: 2013 Mar 07 04:38)|