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Crenicichla cf. cincta

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Crenicichla cf. cincta is a tropical, benthopelagic fish that lives is fresh waters. Originally described from Marajó Island, Pará, Brazil, it is naturally distributed across South America. it is found in the Amazon River basin in Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador, and from the Napo River to Marajó Island.

Submitted by
Heiko Bleher
Geographical region
Drainage Basin
River catchment
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Type locality
Marajó Island, Pará, Brazil.
Conservation status/IUCN Red List
Least Concern (LC)

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
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Concentration of sediments
Water temperature
24-27 °C
Water flow/curent

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Biology

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

Reproduction

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