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I response to you and David J. Ramsey. I have noticed quite a lot of
variation from my N'sukka. Before I even started with any other killifish,
I had some n'sukka with yellow bars on all unpaired fins and some with
orange on all UP fins. I think the variability in collection locals such as
N'sukka is a good thing, but as I read D J Ramsey's note I am checking
myself. I think I might just narrow down to Akamkpa (happy Wright?), Biassa
It'll be hard to let my Makurdi and N'sukka go.
> When you have a tank full of fry and as they sex out you notice that two
>males are colored differently. What do you say the cause of this is? Do you
>blame it on the adult fish? I too am very careful in keeping my fry and
>adults under a close eye.
>But if we see a difference in the offspring what do we blame this on? So
>I have not had this problem. If I do I will follow your example as hard as
>it may be to do.
Allen "Boat" Boatman
AKA (08298) ,TBAS, SKS
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