Bigscale Logperch are normally found near the bottom of slow moving streams, rivers and sometimes lakes. They are known to bury themselves under the sand much like the saltwater Shovelnose Guitarfish, lying in wait for their unsuspecting prey to swim on by. Logperch will also use this technique to hide from potential predators. They feed on insect larvae and smaller fish.
You can check out a similar species the Conasauga Logperch flipping rocks in search of food in the video below.
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