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Re: Fp.walkeri GH2/74
I have been fortunate to aquire some eggs from Brazil, of which 5 fry were
hatched about 10 days ago. Any advice on their care is welcomed, as I have
very little knowledge on the species. I'll gladly share them with anyone if
I'm successful at breeding them. The name given to me was Fp. walkeri GH2,
sans /74. I would guess that they are the same species, but somehow
guesswork isn't very satisfying. Which brings me to my next point.
Brian R. Watters wrote:
<<You may wish to place some of these in the category of "picky" but, since
you asked. . .>>
I for one am glad that some people take great care in being "picky".
Anyone that disagrees with that could better serve themselves by wiling
their hours tossing horseshoes.
And finally, David Koran wrote:
<<. . .people like Mr. Meyer just dump crap.>>
Perhaps people should be "picky" as well about submitting scatological
vernacular through public discourse.
Flame prophylactic on!
>From: "Tim Addis" <timaddis at killifish_force9.co.uk>
>Reply-To: killietalk at aka_org
>To: <killietalk at aka_org>
>Subject: Re: Fp.walkeri GH2/74
>Date: Sat, 21 Aug 1999 00:41:53 +0100
>Is it possible to get an accurate (or near) figure of how many
>maintaining Fp.walkeri GH2/74 in the AKA (or other associations on the
>I am trying to do similar in the BKA.
>Perhaps the information could be used to exchange blood lines to keep the
>If the core sp. thing is getting overloaded perhaps this is a way to help
>Why not concentrate on this one sp./population to see if we can get some
>sort of registered gene pool organised.
>I have directed my bit in the BKA Journal along these lines.
>If they can bring a record from the sixties to life again I'm sure we can
>(as specialists) bring a sp. from the seventies back into the frame.
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