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Re: Wild killies from whole sellers? Ethical?
At 11:57 AM 7/6/01 +0200, you wrote:
>On 6 Jul 2001, at 8:56, Tony Pinto wrote:
> > The chaytori are actually Rol. geryi and they turned out
> > to be two color strains / populations (based on male coloration) - one
> > like the population from "Gbessia" and the other the population from
> > "Battabut".
>They could all come from the same location. From what
>I've read, the geryi are very variable even amongst the
I have quite a few pair of the commercial import, they are
doing well, laying eggs. I keep them in 5 inches of water with plant cover
on the bottom and mops, no damage to fish, they seem to be doing well. I
have seen this same variability between other species i.e. A primigenium
88/10 produces variability in coloration on the caudal within the same
spawn, for that reason, I like to breed multiple pairs to see what
population variability might appear.
Tony could be right regarding populations, their markings
on the caudal peduncle are different from many other
populations.............. I have listed the two types in photos which are
available at the following URL's
Sorry about the labeling, but in truth, I am getting tired
of seeing my intellectual property all over the net and at far too many web
sites without my permission and without my copyright.............. The
Web doesn't pay much attention to copyright and intellectual property
rights . Opps !! off the soapbox Tony !!!!!
Anthony C. Terceira, Consultant
253 Central Pike
N. Scituate, RI 02857
(401) 647-3798 fax
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