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(Mmm, right click, add, set as background...) Archive 70

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Amphilophus citrinellus (Gunther 1864), Midas Cichlid, Red Devil. Central America: Atlantic slope of Nicaragua and Costa Rica (Rio San Juan drainage, including Lakes Nicaragua, Managua, Jiloá, Masaya and Apoyo). To nearly ten inches in standard length. Feeds on snails, interstitial fauna (aufwuchs), insect larvae, worms.

A couple nice "red" Discus at Aquarama 09.
 
Scleropages formosus young demonstration at Aquarama 09... a bunch of ejected (from the brooding males mouth) young in a bowl that can be swirled about. Some fun now!
 
Salminus brasiliensis (Cuvier 1816), Jaw Characin... of uncertain subfamily status currently. To a meter (!) in length... and more than 30 kg.s! S. America. This one at Singapore's largest fish farm.



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