Concept

Lake Lagunillas

Summary
Lake Lagunillas is a lake in the Andes of far southeastern Peru. Lagunillas is at an altitude of about and it is located just northwest of Lake Saracocha. These two lakes are part of the system drained by the Coata River, which flows in a generally easterly direction until entering westernmost Lake Titicaca, about from Lake Lagunillas as the crow flies. In 2014, the pupfish Orestias luteus made up slightly more than 70% of catches in fisheries, with the remaining being the introduced rainbow trout, a species also farmed in the lake. Lake Lagunillas is home to the unusual and relatively large "escomeli" form of the Titicaca water frog. See also *List of lakes in Peru
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