INDIA: Fishes of Karnataka. Part 2

By Heiko Bleher

I found another Rasbora aff. daniconius variant and Garra malabarica in large quantities gracing over these plates by continuously scraping off algae. And then, in one hole with a sandy ground, I saw my third dwarf snake head in Karnataka (how many dwarf snake heads remain undiscovered?) which I finally caught. It looked somewhat as a Channa orientalis, but has a very soft orange coloured edge around its caudal fin.

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