differs from C. cubataonis by the relative
position of the dorsalfin origin that is situated
in the vertical through the centrum of 19th–20th
vertebrae (vs. 17th–18th), the relative position
of the pelvic-fin origin that is situated in the vertical
through the centrum 17th vertebrae (vs. 16th), the
presence of 11 dorsal-fin rays (vs. 12) and the presence
of 10–13 opercular odontodes (vs.14–19).
(Katz, A.M. & Costa,W.J.E.M.,
2020). Habitat: Cambeva cubataonis
is endemic to the coastal basins of southern Brazil.
The species of Cambeva occur in the Paraná,
São Francisco, Ribeira de Iguape, and Uruguay
river basins, as well as in smaller isolated coastal
river basins of south-eastern and southern Brazil.
Diet: will feed on most aquarium
fare such as tablet, frozen and live foods. Remarks:
Still found on some online sources as Trichomycteruscubataonis.
South America:Rio Cubatão basin, Santa Catarina,
Katz, A.M. & Costa,
W.J.E.M., 2020 " A new species of the
catfish genus Cambeva from the Paranapanema river
drainage, southeastern Brazil (Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae)"
(Tropical Zoology, Vol. 33 No. 1).