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Re: OT: Galaxias spp.
> My son-in-law in Melbourne had some in an aquarium with
> some Pseudomugil mellis a few years ago. He has none there
> now. I forget which species. Possibly Galaxias olidus or maculatus.
> Isn't one of them an annual of sorts?
I don't know much about the Australia Galaxias species but
as far as I know none of the NZ ones exhibit any annual type
> Are they also found in New Zealand?
There are several Galaxias species in NZ including G. maculatus
(which occurs in Australia and somewhere like Chile).
Have a look at:
for info on some of the NZ FW fauna.
to learn something about various Australian species.
NZDRI, Palmerston North
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