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Rasbora dusonensis

Rasbora dusonensis
Rose Fin Rasbora
Rasbora dusonensis, commonly known as Rosefin Rasbora, is an Asian freshwater species found in the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, and in the Mekong and Chao Phraya basins. It prefers slow currents and is usually found near or at the surface of large rivers.. Rasbora dusonensis can reach a maximum length of around 12 cm. It has a dark grey mid-lateral stripe which doesn’t extend onto the caudal fin. The caudal fin usually has a black posterior margin; there are three scale rows between the mid-lateral stripe and the mid-ventral row. Females are rounder-bellied than males and, in many cases, slightly larger.