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RE: Female C. whitei?
> I am hoping someone might have some "spare" females (Cynolebias
> whitei)- my poor male is very lonely (we can't have that!).
I have none at the moment but I live a bit far away to send some anyway, I
could chase some down for you if no one comes forward. You should add your
state and town or city when looking for fish you never know who is just
around the corner, they could be a 5 minute drive away if your lucky. The
females you are looking for are now called Nematolebias whitei, also there
are a couple of locations and different strains available so unless you know
exactly which one you have may be best to start from scratch and get some
eggs from someone.
If you don't have any luck by March I can send you some eggs. If you are
interested in South American annuals here are some links to a group of
killie keepers interested in SAA, the group is only a couple of months old.
SAA group 3 coordinator (Cynolebias, Nematolebias, Simpsonichthys)
Adelaide, South Australia.
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