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I was sent some male Pronothobranchius kiyawensis this week to photograph. I
have known of this sp. history & the recent collection being imported into
Germany & then into the BKA where it is enjoying a current popularity
amongst a few BKA members.
The BKA conservation arm has taken the sp. under its wing in the hope we can
I am wondering if this sp. has become widespread in the USA. I would be most
keen to get them over there before the cold weather sets in if they are
The West African database has many holes regarding this sp. & I would
appreciate any information to 'fill the gaps'.
I took some pics this afternoon on the old fashioned 'send them away to be
processed' thing. These are a very colourful form & we should make every
effort to preserve them.
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