|Summary of Rhinolekos|
|Etymology||The generic name is a combination of the greek, rhinos = nose, nostril and lekos = plate, in reference to presence of the lateronasal plate.|
|Sexing||Males with conspicuous urogenital papillae immediately posterior to anus, and with a dorsal expanded flap of skin in all pelvic-fin rays.|
|Size||Smallest 36mm, largest 38mm, average 37mm, most commonly 38mm. All SL.|
|Species||There are 4 "species" in the database|
|New spp. / time|| |
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