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Re: Killifish Conservation - N. whitei

Erik Pfingstner wrote:
> Hi David,
> Do you have an idea which generation from the wild your strain is?
> Does someone know where this rumor comes from that the fish stemming from
> "barra de Sao Joao" is not nematolebias whitei but another species? Is there
> any writen literature on this or any scientific examination of this fish
> showing the differences?

I may be the guilty party. I asked about it a while back, as I was sure 
my barra de sao joao were a lot different from my old DKG-origin maroon 
whitei. [I think I was incorrect and they truly are *whitei*.]

I have no live fish, right now, but should hatch soon some that are 
roughly F8-10 from barra de sao joao. They are quick gestators so we 
have a lot of generations in this line from Cal Him to Wayland Lee to Me 
to Royal Ingersoll to Sue Bunte. Of those, I think only Wayland did not 
keep them long enough to breed any.


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