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|Cat-eLog Data Sheet|
|Scientific Name||Bagrichthys micranodus Roberts, 1989|
|Type Locality||Kapuas River mainstream 58 kilometers northeast of Sintang and 1 kilometer downstream from Sebruang, Borneo, Indonesia.|
|Pronunciation||bag RICK thiss|
|Etymology||Bagrichthys: From bagrus, the name of a catfish genus frequently used to form generic names, and the Greek ichthys, meaning fish.|
|Size||185mm or 7.3" SL. Find near, nearer or same sized spp.|
|Identification||Members of the highly specialized and unusually-shaped bagrid catfish genus Bagrichthys Bleeker, 1858, live in large muddy rivers throughout Southeast Asia and are characterised by their elongate and laterally compressed caudal peduncle, the dorsally-directed serrations on the posterior edge of the dorsal-fin spine, gill membranes united but free from the isthmus, and a long adipose fin without a free posterior margin (Roberts, 1989).|
|Distribution||Asia: western Borneo.|
|Breeding Reports||There is no breeding report.|
|Reference||Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences No. 14, pp 115, Fig. 89.|
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|Last Update||2017 Mar 29 22:51 (species record created: 2017 Mar 29 21:42)|