Epalzeorhynchos is a small ray-finned fish Genus of the family Ciprinidae. In size and shape Epalzeorhynchos generally resemble the Indian Loaches (Botia), which, although they are also cypriniforms.
Epalzeorhynchos kalopterus, known as The flying fox, is a Southeast Asian species of freshwater fish.
The flying fox fish has a characteristic long body with a flat abdominal area. Its dorsal area has a coloration ranging from olive to dark brown. The lower half of its body has a yellowish white hue. A brownish-black line runs from its mouth to the caudal fin. On top of this distinctive black line is a gold-colored stripe. The eyes of a flying fox may have a reddish iris. Its dorsal, anal and ventral fins consist of a transparent front with a thick black band along the edge.
The flying fox is a bottom-dweller that is native to the fast-flowing foothill rivers and streams of the Southeast Asia
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