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Abstract The monotypic Astroblepidae fish family includes 81 species distributed along Central and Northern Andes in South… Expand The monotypic Astroblepidae fish family includes 81 species distributed along Central and Northern Andes in South America and… Expand A major objective of this work is to define monophyletic groups of siluriforms on the basis of advanced characters. A majority of… Expand Of those fishes scraping food off substrates and using head parts in substrate attachment for station‐holding, the catfish… Expand Astroblepidae or “climbing catfishes” encompass a single genus of species living in high altitude rivers in the Andes of South… Expand The eastern Antioquia region of Colombia’s central mountain range, is characterize by steep altitudinal gradients and rich… Expand The Mekong giant catfish (Pangasianodon gigas) is the largest scale-less freshwater fish of the world, and a critically… Expand Categorizing a species of concern as endangered requires basic information about habitat, population trends, life history… Expand Common names: Preñadilla (Spanish), Chalúa (Quéchua). Conservation status: Critically endangered. Identification: Previously… Expand Two types of odontodes, or dermal teeth, occur in the neotropical Andean astroblepid catfishes. Both odontode types conform in… Expand