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jujurenoult

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October 27, 2016 08:41 PM CEST

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jujurenoult

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October 27, 2016 08:42 PM CEST

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jujurenoult

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November 2, 2016 02:13 PM CET

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barbosa1

Date

September 13, 2016 10:39 AM COT

Description

Nombre común:Comelon
Especie:leporinus muyscorum
Genero: Leporinus
Familia:Anostomidae
Clima: Tropical calido
Temperatura: 33°
Cuerpo de agua dulce lentico

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Anostomid Headstanders Family Anostomidae

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fatima1

Date

September 30, 2016

Description

Nombre común: Comelon
Nombre Científico: Leporinus
Familia: Anostomidae
Longitud: 230 mm
Sexo: femenino

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banded leporinus Leporinus fasciatus

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stephimack1

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May 2, 2016 04:28 PM PDT

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banded leporinus Leporinus fasciatus

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tobler

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February 3, 2009

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tobler

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January 31, 2009

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tobler

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February 1, 2009

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lotlhmoq

Date

November 1, 2011 12:00 AM CET

Description

Brazil, Mato Grosso do Sul, Bonito, Rio da Prata, November 10, 2011
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Description from Wikipedia

The Anostomidae are a family of ray-finned fishes that belong to the order Characiformes. Closely related to the Chilodontidae and formerly included with them, the Anostomidae contain over 140 described species. Commonly known as anostomids, they are found in freshwater habitats from the Río Atrato in northernmost South America to warm-temperate central Argentina; they are of Amazonian origin, with few found west of the Andes (mainly in Colombia and Venezuela). Their scientific name approximately means "mouth...

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