PERU: Aquarium fishes from Caño Arabella, Part 2

By Heiko Bleher

Not far up we saw a small creek merging at the right bank and asked Esteban to stop. I climbed with my hand net high up, to find a way to its water deeper inside the jungle as at its mouth the access was impossible. When I found between the high primary rainforest trees the creek, I had to climb about eight metres down as it had dried up, which was excellent as all species were concentrated in the remaining small body of water…

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