Neolissochilus hexasticus (McClelland, 1839

Genus: Neolissochilus Rainboth

Body deep anteriorly, eyes on upper half of the head, Lower lip present medially; post-labial groove interrupted in the middle. Barbels two pair; cheeks with numerous tubercles.

Synonyms: Barbus hexasticus McClelland, 1839.
Diagnosis: Dorsal fin rays 4/9, anal 3/5, pectoral 1/16. Body elongated, head broad, mouth smoothly rounded, lips moderately thick, lower labial fold continuous. Two long barbels present. Lateral line scale 25 – 26; cheek and snout without tubercles.

Common names: McClelland’s bokar, Katle
Amochhu: Puena khola (Chukha), Dorokha (Samtse)

Punatsang chhu: Khaini khola (Dagana)

Altitude: 117 – 500 MASL

Conservation status: Near Threatened (IUCN), status in Bhutan not known