Ancistrus Temminckii
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Ancistrus Temminckii

Ancistrus temminckii
Not evaluated (IUCN 3.1)
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A. temminckii
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Ancistrus temminckii
(Valenciennes, 1840)

Ancistrus temminckii is a species of armoured suckermouth catfish in the family Loricariidae of order Siluriformes. It is found in Suriname in the Saramacca River, Suriname River and Maroni River basins.[1] Males grow to about 10 centimetres (3.9 in) excluding tail.[1] It is very rarely imported these days, however individuals of the so-called Ancistrus cf. cirrhosus, a fish of which the origin is unknown, are often sold as A. temminckii. The difference between the two species is that the A. temminckii has a dark spot at the base of its dorsal fin, between the first and the second ray.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b Torres, A.G. "Ancistrus temminckii". Fishbase. Retrieved .
  2. ^ PlanetCatfish: http://www.planetcatfish.com/ancistrus_temminckii , visited on 10 April 2018



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