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The fish is actually correctly called Nannobrycon eques. It is closely related to Nannostomus, but it does belong in its own genus.

This is one of my favorite fish. They are very dainty, and their graceful swimming habits more than makes up for the dark brown coloration.

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Nice pic, cute fish... Love those pearling plants.



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