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Synodontis ocellifer

Synodontis ocellifer
Ocellated Synodontis
Synodontis ocellifer is often confused with other similar species of Synodontis but can be distinguished by the length of the adipose fin which in this species is very long and runs from just past the base of the caudal fin to just before the caudal fin. 
Pale yellowish-brown body with black spots. Some specimens have lighter background coloration or minimal spotting. The characteristic to look for when comparing with other similar spotted species is the adipose fin. In S. ocellifer is is very long running almost from caudal to dorsal fin.