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Jump to next section Species List
1.Hirtella carinata(i:3, k:0)
2.Isbrueckerichthys alipionis(i:0, k:0)
3.Isbrueckerichthys calvus(i:0, k:0)
4.Isbrueckerichthys duseni(i:3, k:0)
5.Isbrueckerichthys epakmos(i:2, k:0)
6.Isbrueckerichthys saxicola(i:0, k:0)
7.Kronichthys heylandi(i:1, k:0)
8.Kronichthys lacerta(i:4, k:0)
9.Kronichthys subteres(i:3, k:0)
10.Microplecostomus forestii(i:1, k:0)
11.Neoplecostomus bandeirante(i:0, k:0)
12.Neoplecostomus botucatu(i:0, k:0)
13.Neoplecostomus corumba(i:0, k:0)
14.Neoplecostomus doceensis(i:0, k:0)
15.Neoplecostomus espiritosantensis(i:0, k:0)
16.Neoplecostomus franciscoensis(i:0, k:0)
17.Neoplecostomus granosus(i:0, k:0)
18.Neoplecostomus jaguari(i:0, k:0)
19.Neoplecostomus langeanii(i:0, k:0)
20.Neoplecostomus microps(i:10, k:0)
21.Neoplecostomus paranensis(i:0, k:0)
22.Neoplecostomus ribeirensis(i:0, k:0)
23.Neoplecostomus selenae(i:0, k:0)
24.Neoplecostomus sp. (LDA101)(i:0, k:0)
25.Neoplecostomus sp. (LDA102)(i:0, k:0)
26.Neoplecostomus variipictus(i:0, k:0)
27.Neoplecostomus yapo(i:0, k:0)
28.Pareiorhaphis bahianus(i:3, k:0)
29.Pareiorhaphis cameroni(i:3, k:0)
30.Pareiorhaphis lophia(i:0, k:0)
31.Pareiorhaphis nasuta(i:0, k:0)
32.Pareiorhaphis scutula(i:3, k:0)
33.Pareiorhaphis vetula(i:0, k:0)
34.Pareiorhina brachyrhyncha(i:0, k:0)
35.Pareiorhina hyptiorhachis(i:0, k:0)
36.Pareiorhina pelicicei(i:0, k:0)
37.Pareiorhina rosai(i:0, k:0)
38.Pareiorhina rudolphi(i:1, k:0)
Jump to next section Total of 38 species
Jump to next section The Catfish Subfamily Neoplecostominae
Common member of the subfamily neoplecostominae
SizeSmallest 41mm, largest 150mm, average 90mm, most commonly 102mm. All SL.
SpeciesThere are 38 species in 7 genera in the database
Jump to next section Top Five Genera
1.Hirtella (0 keepers)
2.Isbrueckerichthys (0 keepers)
3.Kronichthys (0 keepers)
4.Microplecostomus (0 keepers)
5.Neoplecostomus (0 keepers)
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