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hastatus said:
The teeth are well-formed even at larvae stages. These tiny teeth grow to approximately the same length at adult 6 mm, but width size, genus Pygocentrus are larger at the base than other species.
cool.thanks frank 4 the info:rockon:
 

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Frank has also mentioned in a previous thread that piranha have an extra set of teeth right below the ones in use in case of a loss of a tooth for faster regeneration as the secondary tooth simply raises up and takes its place. Sorry for the wording, I'm pretty tired at this point and really should be in bed.
 
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