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RE: Nematolebias whitei location
Can not help I got lucky, one of my local killikeepers has contacts over
there. From the same location also comes Simpsonichthys constanciae. I don't
think there are any laws about taking a couple of shovel loads of mud from a
I have also forwarded your question to the SAA( South American annuals
group) we have just started but have 50 members around the globe. When you
get back if you are interested in these fish email me at
cfghra at world-link_com.au. We are trying to gather as much info on each
spcies as we can that will be stored in a data base on the home page for
everyone to use. There is going to be a buy/sell/trade electronic news
letter for the group.
NAKA 69, AKA 08116
SAA genus group 3 coordinator.
Cynolebias, Simpsonichthys, Nematolebias.
> I'm leaving for Curitiba, south of Sao Paolo, Brazil tomorrow.
> Any hints on
> collecting areas? I've got Costa's book but nothing more recent.
> I don't know
> if I'll be able to bring back fish, but should at least get
> photos of what I
> can dip up.
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