The Double-nosed Elephant Nose (Campylomormyrus rhynchophorus) is a freshwater tropical fish in the Mormyridae family. Found in Angola, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo, it is a gregarious, nocturnal fish, with a distinctive extended "nose" at a sharp downward angle. Like all mormyrids, is also has an electrical organ in its caudal peduncle.
- Fishbase, C. rhynchophorus, http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Campylomormyrus-rhynchophorus.html, accessed 6 April 2012
- Hans A. Baensch & Rudiger Riehl. Aquarium Atlas Volume 4. Mergus Verlag. 804
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