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Re: whats the average kept
"Roloffia" cauveti is a Scriptoaphysemion, although it looks little like
all the other scriptos, like guingnardi, nigrifluvi, etzeli and others.
Physically it looks more like a callopanchax in my opinion, the heavier body
long dorsal an anal fins. Callos are the toddi, occidentalis, huwaldi, and
monroviae. All Callos are soil spawning fish. The other part of "roloffia"
is archiaphysemions ( most shows this is the name used for the "roloffia"
section). They are supposedly the most ancient of this group of fish.
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