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Re: A Calabaricus
Haven't seen them in years.
If I did price would be no object!!!! After reading Charlie's post and the
others, I would still have to agree with Bob's assessment that it was
a different species. I seem to remember that Erhard believed
it was a different species as well. At the time, I remember helping him in
crossing studies to determine this relationship. I would love to have the fish
now and have Glen Collier run DNA studies on it. At any rate the females of the
involved genera were never seriously looked at in any kind of differentiation
among these species. I have always personally thought this a major downfall of
the evaluation process and continue to feel that way.
9969 Bethel Rd.
is Aphyosemion (or ? Roloffia) Calabaricus known as these days?
are they available in the hobby??