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Puntius denisoni
Denisons Flying Fox
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Puntius denisoni - Denisons Flying Fox - This species is also referred to as the
This species is also referred to as the 'redline torpedo barb'
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(Other members of the genus Puntius)

ADULT SIZE: 15 cm

WATER CONDITIONS: Moderately soft and acidic

TEMPERATURE RANGE: 18-25 C

FOOD: Feed Puntius denisoni live and dried foods

DISTRIBUTION: This species comes from India

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AQUARIUM CARE: An active shoaling barb that is endangered in the wild. A comparatively large species, this brightly coloured fish has become more popular in the aquarium trade in recent years.

BREEDING: Unknown

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