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Black Banded Leporinus behavior

The Black Banded Leporinus is an impressive fish. Its yellow and black stripes, in addition to its size, make it a desired fish for many aquarists. In addition to its relative ease of care, the Black Banded Leporinus is an excellent fish to own.

Black Banded Leporinus are a peaceful fish, when kept with fish of similar size. They should be kept in large schools. They will sometimes quarrel with each other, but less so if the school is larger. Overall, they fit well into community aquariums with larger fish. Black Banded Leporinus should be kept in large tanks, with plenty of rocks and plants to play in. Live plants are acceptable. Beware, however, as the Black Banded Leporinus enjoys eating live plants. The Java Fern is a good choice to keep with the Black Banded Leporinus.

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