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I have P. similis and P. nototania. Right now I can't get either to breed.
the water is way tooo funkey here on maui....
>>How many still have *Apl. katangae*? How about various *Procatopus* species?
>>AFAIK, we have never had a stable population of *nototaenia* here in the bay
>>area. I have *aberrans*, but have not seen *similis* in quite a while.
>I have a very nice strain of Procatapus aberrans (DKG Red) which I find to
>be fairly easy to maintain and breed. I had been looking for P. similis
>for a couple years and finally scored a few eggs last Nov. -- so I have a
>half dozen fry that are healthy and growing (slowly). I can't remember
>the last time I saw P. nototaenia in the flesh - or listed in the BNL.
>Is there a lampeye interest group?
>Matt Hirvonen, 5801 Taft Street, Middleton WI 53562
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Mach T. Fukada
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