Bibliografia[ modifica ] Barriga, R. Peces de agua dulce del Ecuador. Bayley, P. Factors affecting growth rates of young tropical floodplain fishes: seasonality and density-dependence. Bunkley-Williams, L.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I sent you a PM. Migratory Fishes of the Brazilian Amazon. Share This Page Tweet. Sep 14, Messages: Currently you are viewing this site as our guest which only gives you limited access to view most discussions, articles and photo galleries. Migratory Fishes of South America. Jan 6, Messages: Awesome fish, eats everything inc pellets, peaceful with ray nelanopterus pups and Catfish but dislikes similar fish competing for the upper reaches to middle, absolutely ignores the rays completely.

No, create an account now. Explorations in Amazonian Natural History. Hopefully, through this site and discussion forums we can encourage the next generation of Monster Fish Keepers to have the same passion and love we have for the hobby and our Monster Fish.

This page was last edited on 15 Septemberat We want to answer your questions, offer advice and fill the galleries with pictures of the fish we have all grown to love. Sent from my iPhone using MonsterAquariaNetwork app. SOLD Thanks for the nice comments, it is a very special fish, hard to come by. Your name or email address: They feed heavily on fruits and seeds, but also take other plant material, invertebrates and small fish.

The members of this forum have come together to share our knowledge and experiences of fish keeping. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Brycon. Brycon is a genus of fish in the family Characidae found in freshwater habitats in Central and South Americaranging from southern Mexico to northern Argentina.

University of California Press. You must log in or sign up to post here. Hi Liam, Got it! Species of Brycon in FishBase. There are currently 46 recognized species in this genus: As one of the founding members, I personally invite you to register and join us today. Dec 24, Messages: Related Posts.


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