sojapat wrote:I have asked the Exporter for some catch location details .. so at least we know where they are definatley from.
Note the spelling of L. morrowi as "morrovi."Tatia brunnea is available ... Also available are the following:
NOVIA MADERA / WOOD (Helogenes sp.)
NOVIA PIJUAYO (Liosomadoras morrovi)
NOVIA TATIA (Tatia intermedia)
NOVIA TIJERA / SCISSOR (Tatia aulopygia)
Yes, indeed, why didn't I buy them? But you see I couldn't. I simply didn't have a place for them in one of my already operating tanks. Even though the specimens in the shop were only about two thirds of their final size (4.3" according to the cat-elog) they were very chubby and fit looking. My tanks contain many species of very small fish - tiny cyprinids, danios, tetras, livebearers, even tiny catfish - it would be only a matter of time before the populations were decimated. Also, I've got each tank the way I want it with compatible fish in "communities" that work.Marc van Arc wrote:Ha, at last a woodcat for you! You've certainly deserved them after such a long wait . But why didn't you buy them straight away?
Now you'll have to drive those 4 hours again.
Bas Pels wrote:I think quite a few of us would be interested in what happend in greater detail
Bijn wrote:These are some nice fish, I saw them in real life at Glaser.
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