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Broader Terms:
   Akysidae (stream catfishes) 
   Sisoridae (sisorid catfishes) 

More Specific:
   Glyptosternum akhtari 
   Glyptosternum armeniacum 
   Glyptosternum baramensis 
   Glyptosternum blythi 
   Glyptosternum botia 
   Glyptosternum botium 
   Glyptosternum cavia 
   Glyptosternum chaudhurii 
   Glyptosternum conirostre 
   Glyptosternum dekkanense 
   Glyptosternum feae 
   Glyptosternum fokiensis 
   Glyptosternum gracile 
   Glyptosternum hodgarti 
   Glyptosternum kukenthali 
   Glyptosternum kurdistanicum 
   Glyptosternum laak 
   Glyptosternum lonah 
   Glyptosternum macropternum 
   Glyptosternum maculatum 
   Glyptosternum maculatus 
   Glyptosternum madraspatanum 
   Glyptosternum malaisei 
   Glyptosternum modestum 
   Glyptosternum pallozonum 
   Glyptosternum pectinopterum 
   Glyptosternum platypogonoides 
   Glyptosternum reticulatum 
   Glyptosternum reticulatus 
   Glyptosternum saisii 
   Glyptosternum sinense 
   Glyptosternum steindachneri 
   Glyptosternum stolickae 
   Glyptosternum stoliczkae 
   Glyptosternum striatum 
   Glyptosternum stuarti 
   Glyptosternum telchitta 
   Glyptosternum tiong 
   Glyptosternum trilineatum 
   Glyptosternum vinciguerrae 
   Glyptosternum yunnanensis 

External Resources:

1.  Blood cells of a sisorid catfish Glyptosternum maculatum (Siluriformes: Sisoridae), in Tibetan Plateau.LinkIT
Zhang HJ, Xie CX, Li DP, Liu HP, Yang XF
Fish physiology and biochemistry, 2011

2.  Digestive enzymes along digestive tract of a carnivorous fish Glyptosternum maculatum (Sisoridae, Siluriformes).LinkIT
Xiong DM, Xie CX, Zhang HJ, Liu HP
Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition, 2011

3.  Haematological and blood biochemical characteristics of Glyptosternum maculatum (Siluriformes: Sisoridae) in Xizang (Tibet).LinkIT
Zhang H, Xie C, Li D, Xiong D, Liu H, Suolang S, Shang P
Fish physiology and biochemistry, 2010

4.  Development and characterization of 16 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Tibet endemic fish Glyptosternum maculatum.LinkIT
Guo BY, Xie CX, Shan L, Zhang Y, Wang HL, Xiong DM, Liu HP, Ji Q
Molecular ecology resources, 2009

5.  Phylogeny and biogeography of Chinese sisorid catfishes re-examined using mitochondrial cytochrome b and 16S rRNA gene sequences.LinkIT
Guo X, He S, Zhang Y
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2005

6.  Phylogenetic relationships of glyptosternoid fishes (Siluriformes: Sisoridae) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b gene sequences.LinkIT
Peng Z, He S, Zhang Y
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2004

7.  The uplift of Qinghai-Xizang (Tibet) Plateau and the vicariance speciation of glyptosternoid fishes (Siluriformes: Sisoridae).LinkIT
He S, Cao W, Chen Y
Science in China. Series C, Life sciences, 2001

8.  [Activity of central neurons of the electroreceptor system of Glyptosternum reticulatum].LinkIT
Andrianov IuN, Broun GR, Mamadaliev A, Supichakov KhIa
Neirofiziologiia = Neurophysiology, 1983

9.  [Functional characteristics of the electroreceptors of the Turkestan catfish].LinkIT
Broun GR, Il'inski? OB, Mamadaliev A, Murave?ko VM, Supichakov KhIa
Neirofiziologiia = Neurophysiology, 1980