Genus: Glyptothorax Blyth
Body elongated and depressed, skin smooth, granulated or tuberculated. Head depressed, chest with a thoracic adhesive apparatus, which is rhomboidal in shape. Gill membranes united with each other and isthmus. Paired fins plaited below.
Diagnosis: Body tuberculated, thoracic adhesive apparatus longer than broad without a central depression, nasal barbel reaches anterior margin of eye. Maxillary barbel reaches midpoint of pectoral fin origin. Pectoral fin when addressed just reaches origin of ventral fin
Distribution: Pipping (Chukha)
Altitude: 180 MASL