Anadoras is a genus of catfishes (order Siluriformes) of the family Doradidae. There are three species A. grypus, A. regani, and A. weddellii. This genus belongs in the subfamily Astrodoradinae.
Anadoras species are distributed in South America. A. grypus is found in the Upper Amazon River basin. A. regani inhabits the Amazon and Oyapock River basins. A. weddellii originates from the Upper Mamoré, Paraguay, and Pilcomayo River basins.
A. grypus reaches a length of 11.4 centimetres (4.5 in) SL. A. regani grows up to 11.0 cm (4.3 in) SL. A. weddellii has a maximum size of about 12.0 cm (4.7 in) TL.
1. ^ Ferraris, Carl J., Jr. (2007). "Checklist of catfishes, recent and fossil (Osteichthyes: Siluriformes), and catalogue of siluriform primary types" (PDF). Zootaxa 1418: 1–628. http://silurus.acnatsci.org/ACSI/library/biblios/2007_Ferraris_Catfish_Checklist.pdf.
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