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Re: [Killietalk] Fp. Gardneri
There maybe 1 or 2 people who have had more species of gardneri than myself, but
none I know of, and especially when I had upwards of 20 at once. I once had an
OPUS that it may be possible to hold them all, that was well before I REALLY
researched the TOTAL species list, and since has been put to rest.
Without my notes etc., I can't give you everything, but if you go to Tim's site below
you will see a very good breakdown as to species, subspecies etc. The most interesting to me is the lacustris - Lake Ejagham, which Nevin Aspinwall collected in
98', where it's the only know location.
I've currently decided to limit my gardneri's extremely, the Makurdi being one. The
closest it resembles is the lower left photo, with the lighting the "Blue" can change to
almost black, and the caudal is a bit more flared, similar to the N'sukka.
They talk about the gardneri being easy, well bite into the mamfensis group and be
ready to have your arss kicked, at least mine has been well done!
For whatever it's worth, enjoy.
Subject: [Killietalk] Fp. Gardneri
Hi all, Happy Easter and Passover. Has anyone heard of Fp. Gardneri
(Nignuridnus Makurdi)? I received 3 pair labeled as such and only
know of Fp. Gardneri (Makurdi). Thank you all for any information you
can give me. Ed
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