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    JaSa

    guppies post your pics

    Bit of an update.... Full White Albino Platinum: Have the same strain but in Blond which is not quite as nice. Silky Blue: Easy to breed. Sulphur Lutino Endler: Something new and the pictures don't do them any justice. Best yellow I have ever seen in a guppy. Metalhead Lutino: Another variety of the Lutinos. Japan Blue Fire Tail: This is something new I have been working on for 9 month now. Combines Y-linked JB with X-linked LE. Koi Guppies: Plenty of them around now in Albino and non-albino.
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    boban_nz

    A few fish pictures

    Pseudomugil gertrudae - Spotted Blue-eye
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    boban_nz

    A few fish pictures

    Spotted Hatchetfish - Gasteropelecus maculatus
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    I am in tawa. Happy to swap you your noodles for some out of my sump.
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    boban_nz

    A few fish pictures

    Scleromystax barbatus - Banded corydoras
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    boban_nz

    A few fish pictures

    Licorice Gourami - Parosphromenus Sp
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    boban_nz

    A few fish pictures

    Blue-redstripe danio - Danio albolineatus
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    caserole

    My Gardneri Akure

    With all due respect to Rodney and his efforts in Christchurch, I this this Killifish should not be called Akure any more. I bought some recently and got 2 different males, this in it's self is fine as there is a natural variation in this species, however one of the males looked like a P82, this is Not what any Akure is supposed to look like any any of it's natural forms. He admitted to adding P82 bloodlines into the strain after the ChCh earth quake. This is understandable if it was a choice of loosing them or using the P82's, but it does mean the name "Akure" is no longer accurate. What's more Akure is a Fundulopanchax clauseni gardneri Akure, where as P82's are Fundulopanchax gardneri P82 So they really should be called a generic name like Fundulopanchax sp., just in case a pure form of Akure comes in again. They are really nice
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