Description: The Stonecat is a small, flat-headed, slender catfish, with an upper jaw protruding beyond its lower jaw. The colouration of this species can vary in shades of brown, with a lighter cream or white belly, and a dorsal fin with a shallow notch.
Habitat: It is found in small rivers and larger creeks. It prefers fast-moving riffle areas with rocky substrates. It spends most of its life in shallow riffles, but can be found in deeper water.