The Horned Clubtail is a slender mid-sized Clubtail with bright blue eyes and almost no club. They are found around slow moving water and can often be seen perched on algae mats and other floating vegetation
Males perch on rocks, the ground, leaves, floating algae mats, lilypads, or other floating vegetation from which they chase any interlopers from their territory. This species is very wary and is easily flushed. When disturbed they typically fly to perch high in nearby trees
Small to medium slow moving streams and rivers. Muddy ponds with a lot of vegetation
Females lay eggs by flying from point to point and dipping her abdomen into the water
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