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Scientific Name: Crenicichla sp. "Cobra"
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Pronunciation: kr
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Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Geo. Origin: Rio Tapaj
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Habitat: Riverine
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Diet: Carnivore
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Gender Differences: Dimorphic
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Breeding: Cave Spawner
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Temperament: Extremely Aggressive
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Conspecific Temperament: Highly Aggressive
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Temperature: 80°F
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
pH: < 7
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Water Hardness: Soft
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Difficulty: 3


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Sub-adult male 10"

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Sub-adult male
Photo Credit: KP Devlin




Comments:
Sub-adult C. sp. "Cobra" lose their spectacular pattern when they approach adulthood. They take on a reddish hue, which becomes more or less vibrant depending on mood.
 
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