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Megalamphodus megalopterus
 

Megalamphodus megalopterus

The black phantom tetra lives in shoals, in acidic, clear water, and needs plenty of swimming space. Breeding is difficult: use diffused lighting, and peat filtration giving a pH of 6. Under these conditions, the female, recognized by her shorter dorsal fin, can lay up to 300 eggs. Size: 4-5 cm.

Megalamphodus megalopterus

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РАНОВИЧ (наст . фам. Рабинович) Абрам Борисович (1885-1948), российский историк античности, доктор исторических наук, профессор. Работы по истории иудаизма и раннего христианства, эллинизма.