A New Torrent Catfish from Western Thailand (Siluriformes: Amblycipitidae)

@article{Ng2009ANT,
  title={A New Torrent Catfish from Western Thailand (Siluriformes: Amblycipitidae)},
  author={Heok Hee Ng and Jeremy J. Wright},
  journal={Copeia},
  year={2009},
  volume={2009},
  pages={369 - 377}
}
Abstract Amblyceps protentum is described herein as a new species of amblycipitid catfish from the Salween River drainage in western Thailand. It can be distinguished from Indochinese congeners except for A. kurzii by a more elongate, slender body most evident in the smaller body depth at anus (8.0–11.0% SL vs. 10.7–16.9) and caudal peduncle depth (8.0–10.3% SL vs. 10.1–15.9). It differs from A. kurzii in having a longer adipose-fin base (18.8–22.7% SL vs. 15.1–18.3) and larger eye (diameter 6… CONTINUE READING

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