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RE: KMI Questions
The N rubripinnis strain that is nice is the KTZ 86/25 (I think) lots of
blues and reds! The best i saw were Dr Dan's somewhere in Upstate NY, great
From: Bob Meyer
To: killietalk at aka_org
Subject: KMI Questions
Date: Friday, 6 August 1999 12:22PM
I saw in the BNL Fp amieti and A. amieti. Is that the same fish??
I saw a N eggersi Blue at an Exclusively Killies show three years ago that
was a show stopper. But I have not seen a similar intensely colored pair
since. What locations would you suggest for N eggersi blue and N eggersi
red. Can anyone give me some history on this fish?? Could also use a
recommendation for a good location/strain of N rubripinnis.
I see that the KFN show is this month. Is there anyone coordinating a
I ordered some dolichopterus eggs from a Canadian breeder in the BNL. They
came with a hatch date 9 months away and the peat is as dry as can be. I've
always hatched these eggs after 4 months with slightly damp peat (with
limited success). Any insights?? A 9 months incubation does not seem to
make sense and I am afraid the eggs will be totally dehydrated after 9
months. By the way, no eggs are visible now.