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Remarks: Crenicichla rosemariae are a large predatory member of the Pike family from the Xingu River. They have been known to exhibit a striking red coloration on their dorsal fin and lower half of their body, while the middle of their body displays a vibrant, spotted green coloration. It has been speculated that these colors are associated with breeding. These, as with all Pike, are extremely aggressive and need to be housed in a large aquarium due to their growth potential.
Scientific Name: Crenicichla rosemariae
Common Name: (Crenicichla rosemariae)
Max Size: 12"
Region of Origin: South America
Captive Bred or Wild: Wild
Diet: Flake or pellet
Compatibility: Large South American cichlids, plecos
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