A report on Catfish and Claroteidae

The channel catfish has four pairs of barbels.
Giant Bagarius yarrelli (goonch) caught in India: Some goonch in the Kali River grow large enough to attack humans and water buffalo.
Kryptopterus vitreolus (glass catfish) have transparent bodies lacking both scales and pigments. Most of the internal organs are located near the head.
Loading U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish.
Fried catfish from the cuisine of New Orleans
Pecel lele served with sambal, tempeh and lalab vegetables in a humble tent warung in Jakarta, Indonesia
Filipino fried hito (catfish) with vinegar and kalamansi dip sauce
A sting from the striped eel catfish, Plotosus lineatus, may be fatal.
Blue catfish (Ictalurus furcatus) skeleton on display at the Museum of Osteology.

The Claroteidae are a family of catfish (order Siluriformes) found in Africa.

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Lacantuniidae is included in the Sullivan scheme based on recent evidence that places it sister to Claroteidae.

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The Bagridae are a family of catfish that are native to Africa (Bagrus) and Asia (all other genera) from Japan to Borneo.

Claroteidae and Austroglanididae contain species that were previously bagrids.