Amblyceps apangi (Nath & Dey, 1989)


Genus: Amblyceps Blyth

Body elongated, subcylindrical, head small, broad covered with thick skin. Dorsal fin inserted above midpoint of pectoral fin with a weak spine. Adipose dorsal fin present.

Diagnosis: Jaws equal, rectal fold large, and very well developed, pinnate like rays on outer margin of principal ray. Adipose fin not confluent with caudal fin but very closely placed there by appearing to be confluent. Caudal fin truncate.


Common names: Luley


Punatsangchhu: Koylatar, Labrang (Dagana)

Altitude: 140 – 150 MASL

Conservation status: Least concern (IUCN)