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Re: Re:poeciliid tomereus gracilis (sp?)
: Re:poeciliid tomereus gracilis (sp?)
> I am personally very fond of plain brown fish. So is anyone keeping these
> guys? I could be interested. Where could I find a picture? Carolyn
I notice that they are regarded as related to Fluviphylax.
If you know German, this looks like it has some interesting info. The photos
are good too. (Here's where to try those translators.)
Neat! A Google translation of the above! Well, on the right track anyway.
It is a Beta translator. (I want that little livebearer so long as we are
Collecting and care from the livebearer list:
The Fishbase entry. Taken from a list of Poeciliids which includes most of
If you can read Japanese, Bitter Exotics is offering them for sale.
Probably a search for Friedrich's site would be more productive. It does
seem like he has brought them in very recently. ;)
http://www.aquanet.de/english/shops/bitter-exotics/homepage.html At least
you can get his e-mail and inquire...
The Aquarien Foto Atlas p. 550.
John Dawes Livebearing Fishes: Guide to Their Aquarium Care, Biology and
Classification pages 17 & 57 line drawings.
Probably the Aqualog on Livebearers would have a photo too if a nearby
friend has it.
Other: for a another, better discussion of what was said in the
killie-livebearer connection see
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