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Re: Locating Killies
These Rollofias wouldn't happen to now by Fundulopanchaxes now would they?
It sounds like both occidentalis and toddi might be core candidates if
they've gone under but for Lee's batch.
><< The gulare you should be able to find, but the OCC and TOD will be
>tough. Barry Abrahams had several populations of OCC a few years ago but I do
>not think he is still doing killies. OCC rarely shows up in the AKA fish
>listings and then usually in Europe. >>
>Keep your fingers crossed. I have a pair that are the third generation OCC
>SL-89 from Barry Abrahams that are just starting to lay eggs. Based on my
>experience with the previous generations, I now know what is required --
>lower TDS water. Otherwise the eggs die off. I will pay a lot of attention to
>them. They are a beautiful fish. I also have a pair of TOD that are similar
>age, but from another source and with no location ascribed to them.
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