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[Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Sat May 07, 2011 4:54 pm
by Peace

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Sat May 07, 2011 7:16 pm
by limfish
Ah...the only popular invasive species.
New u know, the snakeheads will evolve/adapt to eat them whole=0

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Sun May 08, 2011 7:46 pm
by temensispro30
hey peeace...you are wrong....the adults are called the temensis assu...they have black linings at their eye side....while the spotted one is called the temensis paca...when they grow up,they will have spots...go and search google...

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Sun May 08, 2011 9:23 pm
by Peace
I believe you're referring to the colour phase the C.temensis go through as it matures. Assu literally means 'three bar' that defines the characteristics in it's sexually matured form. They're all C.temensis nevertheless.

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I got my info from this webpage and this webpage.

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 8:44 pm
by limfish
Well..it is a sportfish .
It is feirce and powerful,most likely arrived thru misa as it has also invaded msia's water ways.

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 3:54 pm
by weaver
erm wat is the differents between a peacock bass and a speckled pavon they look the same and i check one the internet i found that they are a type of peacock bass(speckled peacock bass) by the way only the colour ::x: ::x:

Re: [Freshwater] Speckled Pavon

Posted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:42 pm
by Peace
Both species will have varied patterns but Speckled Pavon have a more slender body, more greyish in colour and tend to have this horizontal pattern behind its eye. Juvenile Pavons can be easily identified by its speckled pattern on its body while the speckles may fully disappear as it fully matures.