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Two Spotted Leporinus // Spotted Cleft

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INTERNAL CODE: 
CH020
SCIENTIFIC NAME / FAMILY / GENDER 
Leporinus Bimaculatus, Anostomidae
COMUN NAME
Two Spotted Leporinus, Spotted Cleft
ORIGIN 
The spotted cleft is native to French Guiana and Suriname in South America. These fish inhabit fast-flowing rocky waters and will typically migrate to flooded forest areas during the rainy season.
CHARACTERISTICS 
Color: Its body is a yellowish gold color showing scattered black spots of different sizes. The dorsal, pectoral and caudal fins are transparent, the pelvic fin in some individuals has an orange-yellow hue, and the anal fin matches the body colors. Size: 20 c
Size: 17 cm
SEXUAL DIFORMISM.
It is very difficult to differentiate males from females of spotted Leporinus. The only noticeable difference is that adult females have a rounder belly than males.

IDEAL CONDITIONS WATER HABITAT

Ph 5.0 – 7.5 Oxygen
Hardness Gh ‘1 ° -15 ° Ammonia
Temperature 20 ° – 28 ° C

ETHOLOGY OF FISH

The spotted Leporinus is generally peaceful with fish of similar size; however, adults can be somewhat territorial with each other.

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PACKING. 

Qty/Bag 130

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