help for identification.

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julianformosa
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help for identification.

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hello, This specimen was captured in Formosa, Argentina. I need help to identify it. Thank you.
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Probably Hypostomus formosae.

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Post by kamas88 »

Hi,

second option would be H. boulengeri which has a greatly overlapping distribution.
The most evident criterion for differentiating those two is the snout tip (naked vs. fully plated) which unfortunately is not clearly visible on the pics.
Color pattern would be matching for both.

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