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hogaboomourm fish

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asked Oct 31, 2013 in Archaeology & Paleontology by anonymous
   

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Amphilophus hogaboomorum is a large substrate-spawning Central American Cichlid native to Choluteca River Basin on the Pacific slope of the Honduras.Like all members of Amphilophus, this fish gets big and can be aggressive, although less so than other members of the genus. Full grown males easily exceed a foot in length and females might be a couple of inches smaller. Refer this link to know more on this: http://www.gcca.net/art-pics/cichlid-profiles-list/central-american-cichlids/247-amphilophus-hogaboomorum#.UndwvlLtXIU

answered Dec 23, 2013 by bbrown Inquisitive Expert (97,580 points)

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