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Lake Poso, one of the ancient lakes of Sulawesi, Indonesia, has several endemic fish species, including the ricefishes (Oryzias nigrimas), local name rono pahit. Populations of Poso Lake endemic species are declining, due to the introduction of alien species, lakeshore development and watershed land-use changes. One way help maintain an O. nigrimas population is through captive breeding and domestication, for which knowledge of food habits is a pre-requisite. The purpose of this research was todoi:10.18551/rjoas.2019-03.16 fatcat:sld4a3nvu5e33p2x26bhw545vy