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clown knifefish


Price range: 190 - 300 THB / 1 kg | Market: Talaad Thai Market | Date: 2022-05-16

Clown Knifefish

Clown knifefish are usually found in rivers, creeks, lakes, swamps, and ponds. This species is native to the Mekong River basin in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. Clown knifefish has also established breeding populations outside their natural range. For example, they have been introduced into Florida's St. Lucie River estuary. Clown knifefish is native to the Mekong River basin in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. They have established breeding populations outside of their natural range including North America (as far north as Ohio), Africa (Cameroon), and Japan. They also have been observed to survive for several days out of water.

Clown knifefish are usually found in rivers, creeks, lakes, swamps, and ponds. They prefer quiet waters with soft bottoms and vegetative cover to hide under. They are generally found in warm, calm waters with muddy or sandy bottoms. They often burrow into the bottom under rocks or logs to hide during daylight hours. The clown knifefish is an excellent swimmer and will spend much of its time in open water where it can move extremely quickly using its long anal fin. It has a laterally compressed body that is covered with small, prickly scales.

The clown knifefish can grow as long as 45 inches and weigh up to 9 pounds. It has a large head and mouth that extend back beyond the eyes. The sides of the body are black or dark gray with white highlights along the underside of the fish. It is known for its large, blade-like fin that runs most of the length of the body. Clown knifefish is a nocturnal species found in sluggish streams and flooded swamps where they rest during the day by burrowing into soft mud or sand with just their eyes protruding from the water. They feed on aquatic invertebrates, small fishes, and sometimes plant matter.

Clown knifefish are threatened by habitat loss in their native range. They are widely taken from the wild for sale to aquarium hobbyists with most of these fish dying before they reach the buyer. The toxicity of some plants is enough to kill this species if they are kept in water with high plant density.

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