More on author: Valenciennes. Its body shape and color pattern are perfectly adapted to the muddy bottom where they stay Ref. Feeds on benthic organisms and fish. The position of the eyes and the shape of the mouth of this piscivorous fish give to its stalking mode of hunting Ref.
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Breeding Unreported. Breeding Reports There is no breeding report. Further Information Reference Histoire naturelle des poissons v. Registered Keepers Keeping this species? Why not. There are 6 registered keepers, view all "my cats" data. Wishlists Love this species? Click the heart to add it to your wish list. There are 2 wishes to keep this species, see who wants what.
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Age and growth of the porthole shovelnose catfish Hemisorubim platyrhynchos in the Pantanal. Idade e crescimento do jurupoca Hemisorubim platyrhynchos no Pantanal. Penha, J. I ; Mateus, L.
The aim of this study was to characterize the morphology and histochemistry of the digestive tract of Hemisorubim platyrhynchos, a freshwater carnivorous catfish found in Neotropical region, using gross anatomy, light microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. This species presented a short and tubular esophagus with thick longitudinal folds. The esophageal mucosa was lined by stratified squamous epithelium containing epithelial cells, club cells and also numerous goblet cells, which secreted acidic and neutral mucins to protect and lubricate the epithelium. The stomach was a J-shaped saccular organ consisting of the cardiac, fundic and pyloric regions. The cardiac and fundic regions contained tubular gastric glands, whereas these glands were absent in the pyloric region. The gastric epithelial cells presented apical secretions that predominantly consisted of neutral mucins.
Porthole shovelnose catfish
The porthole shovelnose catfish or spotted shovelnose catfish , Hemisorubim platyrhynchos , is the only species in the genus Hemisorubim of the catfish order Siluriformes family Pimelodidae. This fish is considered one of the "sorubimine" catfishes, an informal group of catfish that includes genera such as Sorubim , Pseudoplatystoma , and Brachyplatystoma. Of these genera, Hemisorubim is most closely related to Pseudoplatystoma. This fish reaches a length of This species is rather rare, confined to the deeper and slow-moving parts of large rivers together with some Loricaria and Potamotrygon. The meat of this species is highly valued. In the southern Pantanal, landing data, including professional and recreational fishing results for , recorded 7.