LEIARIUS MARMORATUS PDF

Both species attain a length of about 60 cm, have the very same leopard pattern and the long, ringed whiskers. But there does exist an easily recognizable difference: Leiarius marmoratus has rays in the dorsal fin, L. The fish usually have the dorsal fin erected. So it is pretty easy to count the finrays on a sharp photo.

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Both species attain a length of about 60 cm, have the very same leopard pattern and the long, ringed whiskers. But there does exist an easily recognizable difference: Leiarius marmoratus has rays in the dorsal fin, L.

The fish usually have the dorsal fin erected. So it is pretty easy to count the finrays on a sharp photo. Due to the attractive pattern and the peaceful nature of the fish any tankmate that does not fit as food will be ignored , acharas are much sought for by enthusiasts that love big fish.

However, they are only rarely available on the ornamental fish market. Currently we have a number of very charming youngsters from Peru in stock, which are cm long. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Feel free to pop down to our store in Bethnal Green and discover our extensive variety of tropical and freshwater fish. Leiarius Marmoratus quantity. Category: in-store. Description Reviews 0. So it is pretty easy to count the finrays on a sharp photo Due to the attractive pattern and the peaceful nature of the fish any tankmate that does not fit as food will be ignored , acharas are much sought for by enthusiasts that love big fish. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Come on down Feel free to pop down to our store in Bethnal Green and discover our extensive variety of tropical and freshwater fish.

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Leiarius marmoratus

Both species attain a length of about 60 cm, have the very same leopard pattern and the long, ringed whiskers. But there does exist an easily recognizable difference: Leiarius marmoratus has rays in the dorsal fin, L. The fish usually have the dorsal fin erected. So it is pretty easy to count the finrays on a sharp photo. Due to the attractive pattern and the peaceful nature of the fish any tankmate that does not fit as food will be ignored , acharas are much sought for by enthusiasts that love big fish. However, they are only rarely available on the ornamental fish market.

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