A Revision of the Asian Mastacembelid Fish Genus Macrognathus

  title={A Revision of the Asian Mastacembelid Fish Genus Macrognathus},
  author={T. Roberts},
  • T. Roberts
  • Published 1980
  • Biology
  • Copeia
  • The highly specialized Asian mastacembelid genus Macrognathus, hitherto considered monotypic, comprises three morphologically distinct species with nearly contiguous ranges: M. aral, from the Indian subcontinent, including Sri Lanka and Burma; M. siamensis, from the Chao Phrya and Mekong basins of Thailand and Kampuchea, and the northernmost part of the Malay peninsula; and M. aculeatus, from the southern Malay peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo and Java. The species differ sharply in number of rostral… CONTINUE READING
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