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Scientific Name: Crenicichla sp. "Xingu I"
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Pronunciation: kr
Font Tints and shades Pattern Symmetry Electric blue
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Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Habitat: Riverine
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Diet: Carnivore
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Gender Differences: Dimorphic
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Breeding: Cave Spawner
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Temperament: Aggressive
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Conspecific Temperament: Highly Aggressive
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Maximum Size: 14"
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Temperature: 82°F
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pH: < 7
Tints and shades Font Rectangle Pattern Monochrome photography
Water Hardness: Very Soft
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Difficulty: 3


Images:

Water Vertebrate Fin Organism Fish

Large adult pair

Underwater Fin Fish Marine biology Ray-finned fish

Pair

Water Fin Organism Fish Underwater

Pair

Underwater Fin Organism Fish Marine biology

Female

Organism Fish Fin Adaptation Terrestrial animal

Photo 5

Fin Organism Fish Tail Marine biology

Photo 6

Organism Marine biology Fish Tail Terrestrial animal

Photo 7

Organism Fish Fin Marine biology Adaptation

Subadults

Organism Underwater Fish Water Marine biology

Subadult

Organism Underwater Fish Marine biology Fin

Photo 10

Yellow Fish Terrestrial plant Fin Tail

Sub-adults
Photo Credit: Esben Sebastian Karlsson




Comments:
Juveniles take on a radical change in color pattern at about 8". A large tanks with lots os swimming space is highly recommended. There are no known reports of spawning in the aquarium.
 
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