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Cichla mirianae Kullander & Ferreira 2006

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Cichla mirianae is a freshwater fish native and distributed in Brazil, in the Tocantins and upper Xingu River drainages. It lives in tropical waters and is benthopelagic.

Submitted by
Heiko Bleher
GPS
-15.2613373, -59.9862137
Geographical region
South America
Drainage Basin
Paraná
River catchment
Water body type
Rio
Water body name
Barbado
Water body part
Pool
Water body course
Water body: tributary of
Rio
Tributary name
Alegre
Type locality
Rio Arinos, município Porto dos Gauchos, Mato Grosso, Brazil.
Conservation status/IUCN Red List
Not Evaluated (NE)

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
Water color
Clear water
Water transparency
Concentration of sediments
Water temperature
°C
Water flow/curent

Chemical parameters

pH
Conductivity
GH
KH
Dissolved Oxygen

Biology

Standard length
52 cm
Water volume (min. aquarium)
l
Social behaviour
Behaviour description
Aggression grade
Peacefull
Activity
Day active
Sexual dimorphism
Nutrition in Nature

Reproduction

Breeding tank set-up
Nutrition parents
Mating type
Spawning behaviour
Breeding habits
Hatching period
Number of eggs in average
Parental care
Fry number
Nutrition fry
Notes on reproduction

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