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Medaka Oryzias latipes
2012-07-31 11:55:28

Medaka (Oryzias latipes), also known as the Japanese killifish, is a species of ricefish and the only member of the Oryziinae subfamily. It is native to Southeast Asia and is a common occupant of rice paddies in coastal Asia. It is amphidromous, meaning it moves between salt and freshwater at some point during life, and for this reason, is found in both ocean and river habitats. This is a...

Medaka Oryzias latipes
2009-06-18 17:26:54

The Medaka, also known as the Japanese killifish (Oryzias latipes) is part of the genus Oryzias (ricefish) - the only genus in the family Oryziinae. These natives of Southeast Asia are rather small measuring about 1-2 inches. The Medaka is also a native of rice paddies in coastal Asia. Because of the Medaka's enjoyable coloration and hardiness it is a popular aquarium fish. Medaka's coloration...

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