Bedotia leucopteron

The Bedotia leucopteron lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 6.0 - 70.0 environment.

Bedotia leucopteron reaches a size of 11cm in captivity and is said to be more robust that Bedotia geayi and madagascariensis. It lives in shoals of 50-100 specimens and swims among waterlogged wood in very strongly flowing water. More

degraded forest cover, but find that Bedotia leucopteronis quite abundant within its range (Loiselle & Rodriguez, 2007). They go on to note that, at present, B. More

Bedotia leucopteron in a paper in the latest issue of the systematics journal Zootaxa. More

Bedotia Leucopteron is a shoaling fish and scientists have seen as many as 50 to 100 fish in one school. They were found swimming around waterlogged wood in rapidly moving water. The water conditions tested at a PH of 6.0 to 7. More

Bedotia Leucopteron in a paper in the July 2007 issue of the systematics journal Zootaxa. This unknown member of the Bedotia genus was given the common name of White-Finned Rainbowfish. More

Order : Atheriniformes
Family : Bedotiidae
Genus : Bedotia
Species : Bedotia leucopteron
Authority : Loiselle & Rodriguez, 2007