Dwarf Chain Loach – Botia Sidthimunki
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Type region is given as ‘creeks of northern Thailand’ or ‘Loom locale, Yom River’, the last of which presumably compares to the Yom waterway in northern Thailand, an upper tributary inside the Chao Phraya stream framework.
Roberts (1995) expressed that A. sidthimunki happens in the Xe Pian stream, a tributary of the Xe Khong (which itself channels into the Mekong waterway fundamental channel) in Champasak and Attapeu areas, southern Laos, while Rainboth (1996) thought about it to happen in the Cambodian segment of the Mekong bowl.
In actuality the majority of the above are wrong and allude to A. nigrolineata, with no notice of the Yom River in the first portrayal of A. sidthimunki, which depended exclusively on aquarium examples brought into Germany from ‘north Thailand’.
Rather, A. sidthimunki has all the earmarks of being confined to the Mae Klong stream bowl in western Thailand and the Ataran (Kasat in Thai) seepage, around the fringe among Thailand and Myanmar (K. Udomritthiruj, pers. comm.). Despite the fact that conceivably imperiled it is as yet found in the two frameworks, however Thai areas are stayed quiet for protection purposes.