The fresh-water fishes of North Borneo.

The fresh-water fishes of North Borneo. Robert F. Inger, Chin Phui Kong.
The fresh-water fishes of North Borneo.

Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, (2002. second edition), Octavo, photographs and text illustrations, dustwrapper.

One hundred and sixty eight species of fresh-water fishes are described in this book; among them 62 species are endemic to Borneo and 29 species are endemic to North Borneo.The most interesting groups of the endemic fishes are the clinging-fishes, which are found in the mountain streams, especially in the Kinabalu Park, which comprise Gastromyzon (8 species), Glaniopsis (4 species), Protomyzon (4 species) and Neogastromyzon (1 species). The Giant Goramy or Ikan Kului, Osphronemus laticlavius, is perhaps the most spectacular fresh-water fish endemic to Sabah, which has found its way to the lucrative global ornamental fish trade in recent years.

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