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Re: [Killietalk] N. symoensi
Earlier this year we collected two populations of N. symoensi, one from the
same place as the ZAM 92-3 population that I introduced into the hobby in
1992, and another, new, location. Eggs of the former were available in the
F&E sale at the WACO convention and, in all probability, there will be F1
fish and/or eggs available at the Syracuse convention. We also collected a
new population of N. sp. Caprivi and some eggs of that one have also already
There are numerous populations of the black form of N. rachovii in the hobby
so eggs should not be difficult to obtain.
6141 Parkwood Drive
Nanaimo, BC, V9T 6A2
Ph: (250) 760-0564
E-mail: bwatters at shaw_ca
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> Behalf Of Nick Ternes
> Sent: December 10, 2007 6:25 PM
> To: killifish discussion list
> Subject: [Killietalk] N. symoensi
> Since we're all talking Nothos anyway, is anyone still maintaining
> symoensi? I'd like to pick up some eggs that will be ready to hatch
> around July/August. Contact me off list.
> I'm also looking for N. sp. Caprivi and rachovii MOZ 99-3 (or similar).
> Nick Ternes
> Oostburg, WI
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