The Grass-eater lives in the demersal, potamodromous, freshwater, pH range: 6.5 - 7.5, dH range: 15 environment.

think of grass-eaters as the bipedal equivalents of the sheep. The term is intended to remind one of a herbivorous herd mentality, rather than simply munching green things. Grass-eaters are known for their passive-aggressive approach to life, society, and morality. More

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Common names

Accaare in Soninke
Aciar in Dinka
Aciar in Dinka, Northeastern
Agbasra in Irish (Gaeilge)
Agbasrakpoe in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
Apuro in Dinka
Apuro in Dinka, Northeastern
Ayath in Dinka
Ayath in Dinka, Northeastern
Binjimijig? in Jula
Binjimijigɛ in Jula
Caro in Portuguese (Português)
Caro in Shilluk
Chiciyawa in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
Chihaki in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
Dzaka in Nupe
Enu in Fula
Enu in Fulfulde, Pulaar
Epele in Yoruba (Yorùbá)
Eweri in Ijo
Galiya in Jula
Gambu in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
Grass-eater in English
Kama'a in Kanuri
Khraish in Arabic (‫العربية)
Kiki in Zande
Konte-gbasra in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
Kuonoherttatetra in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kuonotetra in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Lieth in Nuer
Perch in English
Somor in Wolof (Wollof)
Zagpumpumde in Mooré
尖吻复齿脂鲤 in Mandarin Chinese
尖吻複齒脂鯉 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Characiformes
Family : Citharinidae
Genus : Distichodus
Species : Distichodus rostratus
Authority : G