|Summary of Acrochordonichthys|
|Pronounced||ack roe KOR don ick thees|
|Etymology||Acrochordonichthys: From the Greek akrochordon, meaning wart, and ichthys, meaning fish; in reference to the tuberculate skin.|
|Identification||Catfish of the genus Acrochordonichthys are cryptically coloured species generally found at the bottoms of rivers throughout Southeast Asia. They have a highly rugose skin with tubercles arranged in longitudinal rows along the side of the body, a long low adipose fin and an emarginate caudal fin.|
|Size||Smallest 84mm, largest 110mm, average 97mm, most commonly 92mm. All SL.|
|Species||There are 5 "species" in the database|
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