Led-Zeppelin.org reports that Auburn University graduate student Justin Havird has named a new species of fish after the legendary rock band. He dubbed his discovery Lepidocephalichthys zeppelini, since he was reminded of Jimmy Page’s famed double-neck guitar by the fish’s pectoral fin.

“I’m a big Led Zeppelin fan, and I was listening to them while I was working on the fish,” Havird said. “The structure that makes this species unique just reminded me of the guitar that Jimmy Page played.”

Evidently Species of Lepidocephalichthys are small, spined loaches with sexually dimorphic pectoral fins. They are widely distributed throughout South and Southeast Asia, including the islands of Java and Borneo.

The new species is described in detail in the August issue of the journal Zootaxa.