INDIA: Fishes from Seethalam Waterfalls, Andhra Pradesh

By Heiko Bleher

Further up I found one such pool where we spotted a pair of Pseudetroplus maculatus trapped, and the female was guiding lots of babies around – at least 100 or more. The guarding male had a fascinating colour pattern, as I had never seen it before, but there was no other fish in this remaining waterhole. Natasha made a nice small underwater video of the parental behaviour…

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