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RE: [anubiasdesign]

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  • apistomaster@excite.com
    It looks like a Trichopsis pumilis, pygmy sparkling gourami, or a close relative, T. schalleri. They are a great little Anabantid. Eaily kept and bred, they
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 31, 2006
      It looks like a Trichopsis pumilis, pygmy sparkling gourami, or a close relative, T. schalleri. They are a great little Anabantid. Eaily kept and bred, they make good additions to a nano-fish tank.
      Larry





      --- On Tue 10/31, Darrell Maynard < darrell318@... > wrote:

      From: Darrell Maynard [mailto: darrell318@...]
      To: anubiasdesign@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 20:54:34 -0800
      Subject: [anubiasdesign] "Atropersonatus" in new photos

      WOW! Is that irridescent fish on top a Corydoras? And is that suppose to be the Atropersonatus? Is that a real red eye or is that a photo artifact? If that is a Cory, that is a new species, right? I must be seeing things. Neither one of those fish looks like any Atropersonatus I have seen and the head of the irridescent one appears to be elongated. If that irridescent fish on top is a Corydoras I think I'm am going to have a kitten!




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