The Rivulus amanapira lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.
Rivulus amanapira is most similar to Rivulus tecminae and Rivulus
rectocaudatus by having a truncate caudal fin in males but differs
from them in having more scales in the longitudinal series and a
distinct female colour pattern. More
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