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Re: [Killietalk] Aphyolebias rubrocaudatus
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From: "Joe Weber" <wellington10 at hotmail_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 9:26 AM
Subject: [Killietalk] Aphyolebias rubrocaudatus
> Adam, if you are referring to Aphyolebias rubrocaudatus loc 153, it
> to be a collection of Gone Wild Peru SAC a collector/exporter from Puerto
> Maldonado, Peru. They have a website, the addy of which I do not have
> handy. The exact location of the collection is not given but it is
> to be from Rio Madre de Dios basin in the southeastern area of Peru.
> As to spawning them, I can't help much there. I have two immature pairs
> that have not yet started spawning. I have put a 1 quart bowl in their
> with about 3 inches of peat moss in it. They are divers so it will be
> advantageous to have some depth to the spawning media. According to R.
> Brousseau in "A Hobbyist's Guide to South American Annual Killifish"
> incubation time is 6-9 months depending on storage temperature. They are
> from soft, neutral (6.5-7.0) water. Hope this helps.
> Joe Weber
> >From: "Adam Rychilk" <adam at mbinsights_com>
> >Subject: [Killietalk] Aphyolebias rubrocaudatus
> >Is there any info on this fish??? Ive had them since the convention and
> >have not seen many eggs when I pull peat.
> > Who collected this fish? What are the native water conditions? Anyone
> >having luck with them? Incubation period?
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