A new species of Limatulichthys Isbrücker & Nijssen (Loricariidae, Loricariinae) from the western Guiana Shield .

@article{LondooBurbano2014ANS,
  title={A new species of Limatulichthys Isbr{\"u}cker & Nijssen (Loricariidae, Loricariinae) from the western Guiana Shield .},
  author={A. Londo{\~n}o-Burbano and St{\'e}phanie L Lefebvre and N. Lujan},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2014},
  volume={3884 4},
  pages={
          360-70
        }
}
Limatulichthys nasarcus n. sp. is described as a new species based on 15 specimens from the Ventuari and Caura Rivers in Southern Venezuela. The new species can be distinguished from its only congener, L. griseus, by the presence of anterior abdominal plates half the size of those at center of abdomen (vs. plates similar in size); distinct spots less than half of diameter of naris across entire dorsum, including snout and head (vs. indistinct dorsal spots larger or equal than diameter of naris… Expand
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