Chrenicihla Lenticulata, also known as Bocon pike are beautiful, fast-moving schooling freshwater fish that are part of the pike family. They develop striking red spots throughout the face and body. They can be found in the subtropical and tropical rivers of South America, and are often found in between the plants and rocks all along the Amazon basin. Some may grow to be about 15 inches in length. A dark stripe runs horizontally from the back of their head to the tip of their tail fin. Smaller stripes usually run vertically from this horizontal stripe to the top of the body. For tank keeping, the more space they have the more they are prone to feel comfortable and have less aggression towards other fish, although they are piscivorous .