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Siamese algae eater (SAE) 暹罗藻类食者

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The Siamese algae-eater is a species of freshwater fish in the carp family, Cyprinidae. This bottom-dwelling tropical fish is found in mainland Southeast Asia, including the Chao Phraya and Mekong basins as well as the Malay Peninsula. 

Scientific name: Crossocheilus oblongus
Higher classification: Crossocheilus
Conservation status: Least Concern Encyclopedia of Life
Rank: Species
Family: Cyprinidae
Class: Actinopterygii


six inches

Siamese Algae Eater Size and Appearance

True Siamese algae eater have a long, narrow body that reaches up to six inches. They're usually a pale grey or gold with a black stripe that spans from the head to the tail.


An omnivore, the Siamese Algae Eater is not a particularly finicky eater, and is the ideal candidate for eating algae off of live plant leaves. Ideal foods should consist of a high quality flake food, freeze-dried bloodworms or tubifex, and pelleted foods, as well as vegetable-based foods.

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