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Ceratogarra, a genus name for Garra cambodgiensis and G. fasciacauda and comments on the oral and gular soft anatomy in labeonine fishes (Teleostei: Cyprinidae)

@inproceedings{Kottelat2020CeratogarraAG,
  title={Ceratogarra, a genus name for Garra cambodgiensis and G. fasciacauda and comments on the oral and gular soft anatomy in labeonine fishes (Teleostei: Cyprinidae)},
  author={Maurice Kottelat},
  year={2020}
}
Ceratogarra is established as genus name for Garra cambodgiensis and G. fasciacauda. Besides molecular characters, Ceratogarra shares with Paracrossochilus the presence of a large tubercle on each side of the tip of the snout, the colour pattern made of a bold black midlateral stripe and a red to black marginal or submarginal stripe along the upper and lower margins of the caudal fin. It is distinguished from Paracrossochilus by the presence of a gular disc. The oral and gular morphology of… 
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