IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Belica are small fish with large eyes. With their relatively large mouth, they can gobble up eggs and larvae from fish and amphibians, although they eat mostly zooplankton. This fish species normally grows to a maximum of 7 centimeters and is olive green on top and silver underneath. The fish used to be considered a juvenile specimen of some other species. That is why not much is known about where the fish originated.


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