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Re: A.hera TDK97/30
> My hera came from Eric Bodrock, first generation from pairs he got from
> Chuck McLamb in June99. Photo at
> They color up better in a darker tank background than in a photo tank It is
> a photo of one male and the reflection from the tank side is just that.
> Bill Shenefelt
Just a quick historical note:
These fish were originally caught by Father Derugin (the "D" of TDK), of
Palo Alto, and distributed by him (them) via several routes.
I just couldn't resist pointing out that the "Black Hole" that we are
supposed to be, out here on the left coast, is one of the largest single
regions in terms of new species provided to the hobby. <VBG>
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