Callichthyidae


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Callichthyidae

[‚ka‚lik′thī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of tropical catfishes in the suborder Siluroidei.
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Among the types of fish that rely on digestive track as the accessory organ to carry out respiration, the fish species in the families of Cobitidae and Callichthyidae etc.
Ornamentation superficielle et structure des plaques osseuses dermiques de quelques Siluriformes cuirasses (Loricariidae, Callichthyidae, Doradidae).
Kinematics of benthic suction feeding in Callichthyidae and Mochokidae, with functional implications for the evolution of food scraping in catfishes.
2 B), al igual que lo que ocurre en los Callichthyidae, presenta el canal de la linea lateral bien desarrollado y subdividido en varias ramas, de las cuales la anterolateral se encuentra pobremente desarrollada (HUYSENTRUYT & ADRIAENS, 2005).
X Familia Astroblepidae Astroblepus chapmani (Eigenmann, X 1912) Astroblepus chotae (Regan, 1904) X X Astroblepus cyclopus (Humboldt, X X 1805) Astroblepus frenatus Eigenmann, X 1918 Astroblepus grixalvii Humboldt, X 1805 Astroblepus guentheri (Boulenger, X 1887) Astroblepus homodon (Regan, 1904) X Astroblepus latidens (Eigenmann, X 1918) Astroblepus longifilis X (Steindachner, 1882) Astroblepus micrescens Eigenmann, X X X 1918 Astroblepus orientalis X X (Boulenger, 1903) Astroblepus santanderensis X X X Eigenmann, 1918 Familia Callichthyidae Callichthys oibaensis Ardila-R, X 2007 Familia Loricariidae Subfamilia Loricariinae Dasyloricaria filamentosa X X Rineloricaria magdalenae X (Steindachner, 1879) Spatuloricaria cf.
Callichthyidae Megalechis thoracata Loricariidae Limatulichthys punctatus 11 Limatulichthys sp.
Number Number of Total Group Family of genera species specimens Nonloricarioid Ariidae 2 2 5 siluroids Doradidae 2 2 7 Mochokidae 3 4 5 Pimelodidae 2 2 4 Sisoridae 3 3 5 Total 12 13 26 Loricarioids Trichomycteridae 5 8 25 Callichthyidae 4 8 26 Astroblepidae 1 8 25 Loricariidae 8 8 25
orthonops with other species of the Parana River basin, the authors calculated the mean of 74 species distributed in 12 families (49 Loricariidae, three Callichthyidae, five Pimelodidae, one Cynodontidae, one Erythrinidae, six Anostomidae, one Prochilodontidae, one Auchenipeteridae, three Gymnotidae, one Serrasalmidae, three Characidae and one Cichlidae).
The addition of non-native species occurred in the following Orders: Siluriformes (2), Perciformes (2) and Characiformes (1), respectively in the families Callichthyidae (1) and Clariidae (1), Cichlidae (2) and Characidae (1) (Figure 2).
For anurans, A = adult (postmetamorphic) and L = larval life stage Jewelfish absent Family Species Mean SE N Callichthyidae Hoplosternum littorale 0.