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Not that I could ever see.

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Not primarily. You can tell what a fish eats from the shape of its mouth.

It mostly eats insects, crustaceans and worms in the wild.

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Try here Phillipe
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/spec...name=anostomus

(it is very slow, but the information is there)

ps, Vous etes Francais?

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Richard Sexton wrote:
Not primarily. You can tell what a fish eats from the shape of its mouth.

It mostly eats insects, crustaceans and worms in the wild.


He nibbles under leaves and wood, but what then ?


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Try here Phillipe
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/spec...name=anostomus

(it is very slow, but the information is there)

ps, Vous etes Francais?

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Quite faster here :
http://filaman.ifm-geomar.de/Summary...name=anostomus


Philippe who is Belgian


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Philippe Lemaire \(remove oldies\) wrote:
Richard Sexton wrote:
Not primarily. You can tell what a fish eats from the shape of its mouth.

It mostly eats insects, crustaceans and worms in the wild.


He nibbles under leaves and wood, but what then ?


It's eating the micro organisms that live there. Just because you
can't see them them doesn't mean he can't

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Philippe Lemaire \(remove oldies\) wrote:
Richard Sexton wrote:
Not primarily. You can tell what a fish eats from the shape of its mouth.

It mostly eats insects, crustaceans and worms in the wild.


He nibbles under leaves and wood, but what then ?


It's eating the micro organisms that live there. Just because you
can't see them them doesn't mean he can't


He also eat those of my kissing who doesn't appreciate that much ;-) !


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