Hypseleotris barrawayi

The Hypseleotris barrawayi lives in the demersal, freshwater, pH range: 7.3, dH range: 11.48 environment.

The Barraway's carp gudgeon, or Hypseleotris barrawayi, was found by a biologist in a uranium pit in the Kakadu National Park in 1988, but was only recently declared a new species after extensive studies. More

Hypseleotris barrawayi * Golden sleeper (Hypseleotris dayi) * Slender gudgeon (Hypseleotris ejuncida) * Barnett River gudgeon (Hypseleotris kimberleyensis) * Prince Regent gudgeon (Hypseleotris regalis) * Hypseleotris tohizonae * Western carp gudgeon full article at Wikipedia BOLD Stats More

The new species, named Hypseleotris barrawayi, is described in the most recent issue of the journal The Beagle, Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. More

A rare Australian freshwater carp gudgeon, Hypseleotris barrawayi is currently capturing the imagination of aquarists worldwide. The attractive species was only described to science late last year despite being discovered in 1988, and interest from the hobby now seems to have ballooned. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Eleotridae
Genus : Hypseleotris
Species : Hypseleotris barrawayi
Authority : Larson, 2007