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AW: AW: Mixing Fry(babies)

Hi and lols,

the "only 16 year old" has got it right. If they are both gardneri and yet
produce sterile fry, I bet that in 10 to 15 years, scientiste will discover
a difference between these fish and tell us that they were actually
different species. Dont bother, Chris and continue to use your own eyes to
observe and head to think.

I have studied physiks, and one thing I have learned about science: It has
always been changing from decenie to decenie. What was previously believed
to be fact gets disproven. A new theory is worked out. People believe it and
15 years later it is proven to be wrong,... Did you know that not too long
ago scientists use to believe that we were being pressed on earth because of
the pressure of the air above us?

Back to those Gardneri: The important question is: Has anyone around here
real facts about those 2 Gardneri localities producing infertile fry? I am
not asking for other fish. Just these precise fish!

Oh by the way, I must apologize for my ignorance but hope you will be
indulgent due to my young age (I am only 37 - well almost 38 :-)

Happy birthday, Chris.

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> Von: owner-killietalk at aka_org [mailto:owner-killietalk at aka_org]Im
> Auftrag von Chris Browning
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 31. Juli 2002 08:55
> An: killietalk at aka_org
> Betreff: Re: AW: Mixing Fry(babies)
>  Why do it?! BECAUSE SOME of us are only 16(until tommorrow), and
> can not afford, don't know how, nor have the know-how, to set up
> multiple tanks for each type of fish!!! If they are BOTH
> Gardneri, they will NOT produce sterile fry! That is common
> knowledge. Plus, I doubt that any of my fish will make it to the
> market, and all will probably end up in a pond! So don't be so
> b*tchy about it, ok? I am only 16, and if you keep treating all
> people my age that have a love for fish, particularly killies,
> that way, there will be NO MORE killies because people of my
> generation, and generations after mine, will not know how to keep
> them, and will not want to. The ONLY other person that I know
> that keeps fish is my friend's mother, she has a huge oscar, a
> huge pleco, and a huge jack demsey, and a pond with koi.
> Thankfully, she would love to have some of my fish's offspring
> for her pond, particularly my Blue Gularis.Her son, my best
> friend, is fairly interested in fish, and wants to sta!
> rt keeping his own, but only because when he asks a question
> about them, I DON'T treat him like an idiot and DON'T scold him
> for wanting to do the wrong thing. I just nicely explain how it
> should really be done, whatever it may be.
>   LeeH920226 at aol_com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/30/02 5:29:57 PM, erikpfingstner at freenet_de writes:
> << But there is nothing bad mixing localities either. >>
> Erik,
> You have not been paying attention. There is something bad. It is poor
> practice because it creates possibly sterile, definitely poorly
> documented
> and certainly fuzzy ancestry fish. Why do it?
> Lee Harper
> Media, PA
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