A new sisorid catfish, Glyptothorax jayarami, is described from the Kaladan basin of Mizoram, India. It is characteristic
in having densely tuberculate skin; an elongate, ovoid thoracic adhesive apparatus with an oval central depression from
which the ridges on the apparatus diverge; two blackish-brown blotches at caudal-fin base behind the hypural plate; well
developed plicae on the ventral surfaces of simple and adjacent branched rays of pectoral and pelvic fins; a narrow caudal
peduncle (5.5–7.9 % SL) and long 2 + 6–7 gill rakers on the first branchial arch.
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