Pseudecheneis serracula

Heok Hee Ng, 2006, The identity of Pseudecheneis sulcata (M'Clelland, 1842), with descriptions of two new species of rheophilic catfish (Teleostei: Sisoridae) from Nepal and China., Zootaxa 1254, pp. 45-68 : 66

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6261315

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6261315

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Pseudecheneis serracula
status

 

P. serracula   ZBK   :

KU 29554 (holotype), 153.2 mm SL; Nepal: Mugu/Bajura, Jhugala, Karnali River, purchased at Jhugala, 29°31’18.0"N 81°46’48.0"E.   BMNH 1985.9.16.50-51 (2 paratypes), 48.0-48.2 mm SL; Nepal: Narayani River, Chitawan National Park.   KU 28669 (5 paratypes), 41.5-56.5 mm SL; Nepal: Kanchanpur, Brahamadev, Mahakali River at Brahamadev, 29°4’54.1"N 80°8’30.1"E.   KU 29038 (1 paratype), 58.0 mm SL; Nepal: Gulmi/Syangja, Kali Gandaki River at Ridi Bazar; 27°56’6.0"N 83°26’30.1"E.   KU 35545 (2 paratypes), 48.0-95.3 mm SL; Nepal: Tanahun, Khairenitar, Seti River at Khairenitar, 28°2’0.0"N 84°4’0.0"E.   OSUS 15703 (4 paratypes), 31.6-59.3 mm SL; Nepal: Syangja, Kali Gandaki River at Nimaa.   OSUS 15718 (9 paratypes), 34.1-75.5 mm SL; Nepal: Gulmi/Syangja, Kali Gandaki River at Ridi Bazar; 27°56’6.0"N 83°26’30.1"E.   OSUS 15729 (3 paratypes), 53.5-59.6 mm SL; Nepal: Baglung, Kali Gandaki River at Sumsaa Ghat (Binamaare).   OSUS 15736 (6 paratypes), 19.8-54.4 mm SL; Nepal: Myagdi, Kali Gandaki River at Simaa.   OSUS 16340 (1 paratype), 79.5 mm SL; Nepal: Chitawan, Narayani River at Narayanagarh, upstream from irrigation office.   OSUS 16609 (1 paratype), 22.2 mm SL; Nepal: Chitawan, Narayani River at Amaltaari Ghat.   OSUS 16637 (15 paratypes), 63.0-130.5 mm SL; Nepal: Chitawan, Narayani River at Narayangarh, upstream from irrigation office.   OSUS 16695 (1 paratype), 62.3 mm SL; Nepal: Syangja, Kali Gandaki River at Nimaa.   OSUS 17179 (1 paratype), 80.0 mm SL; Nepal: Syangja, Kali Gandaki River at Nimaa.  

BMNH

United Kingdom, London, The Natural History Museum [formerly British Museum (Natural History)]

OSUS

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