Bagrus meridionalis

Bagrus meridionalis is a catfish from Lake Malawi. They often live in symbiosis with Pseudotropheus crabro.

Bagrus meridionalis

The Bagrus meridionalis is a catfish that can be found in almost all of Lake Malawi. During the day they mainly rest in burrows where they live in symbiosis with Pseudotropheus crabro. This Malawi cichlid eats the fish lice from the skin of Bagrus meridionalis.

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Sarah DepperCC BY 2.0
Gerard Semence – http://www.revedimages-gerard.com

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Family

Genus

Species

meridionalis

Origin

ecosystem

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