//Leopard Bush Fish (Ctenopoma acutirostre)
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Leopard Bush Fish (Ctenopoma acutirostre)
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Description

The leopard bush fish (Ctenopoma acutirostre) is also known as leopard bushfish, spotted ctenopoma, leopard ctenopoma, spotted climbing perch, spotted leaf fish, spotted cichlid or spotted bushfish. It is a member of the family Anabantidae, which is part of a group popularly known as labyrinth fish (gouramies and relatives).
The leopard bush fish is an aggressive fish, while slow growing, can reach sizes of 8+ inches, but in captivity usually max out around 6 inches.
Good tank mates for the leopard bush fish include medium sized gourami species, Bala sharks, Silver Dollars, Plecos and Ancistrus catfish, and anything similar that won’t fit into its mouth. They enjoy lots of space and places to hide, so 55 gallons is acceptable if it is not overstocked and has good filtration.

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