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 Post subject: your choice from europe
PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:08 pm 
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just wanted to start a topic to see what species people are interested in obtaining from the shipment due in spring. we are trying to compile a list to send so the breeders can have fry ready to ship. so please list only the fish that you are interested in, nothing else is needed.

here is the list of what is available so far. there may be others later so dont worry if it does not show up on the list. i will send all requests. also it would be helpful to write the list in order from most wanted to least wanted. if everyone wants the same fish it may not be possible to get enough to give everyone.

also we will be keeping track of who receives the fish in order to document the heritage of the fish. we will probably start a breeders list here so people can sign up to keep track of the lines. kinda like the ACA CARES but for vics from this shipment. trying to keep the lines pure and available is key. and if anyone gets matching fish from another source that would be awesome too. this way we can keep in touch and keep track of the fish's progress in the US.

Astaotilapia nubila 80x
Astatoreochromis alluaudi 40x
Haplochromis blue obliquidens 40x
Haplochromis broken bar 30x
Haplochromis fire Red Uganda 30x
Haplochromis flameback 25x
Haplochromis thereuterion 40x
Harpagochromis orange rock hunter 40x
Labrochromis ismaheli (? now breeding but to less availible)
Lipochromis matumbi hunter 20x
Lipochromis melanopterus Makobe 20x
Lithochromis rubipinnis 40x
Mbipia lutea Makobe 40x
Mbipia mbipi 60x
Neochromis bihiru scraper 60x
Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe (WB/OBnatural) 60x
Neochromis omnicaeruleus Ruti (no fry availible - adults to old)
Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane 30x
Paralabidochromis chilotes Ruti (now to young for breeding)
Paralabidochromis chilotes ZUE (breeding)
Paralabidochromis rock kribensis 20x and breeding mwanza north
Platytaeniodus degeni (NOT AVAILABLE)
Ptyochromis Red Rock Sheller 60x
Pytochromis Hippo Point Salmon 30x
Pundamilia nyererei Kissenda ( to young for breeding)
Pundamilia nyererei Makobe 20x
Pundamilia nyererei Python (hope for breeding)
Pundamlilia nyererei Senga (breeding, but not many pieces)
Pundamilia Crimson Tide (hope for breeding)
Pundamilia red Flank 20x
Pundamilia pundamilia Senga Point 20x and breeding
Yssichromis piceata (i don´t no how many availible)
Yssichromis pyrrhocephalus 15x and breeding

pundamilia macrocephala (POSSIBLE)

my choices,
Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe
Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane
Paralabidochromis chilotes ZUE


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Here are mine.
1 Pundamlilia nyererei Senga
2 Pundamilia sp. "red flank"
3 Paralabidochromis sp. "rockkribensis blue" -Uganda-(I've been looking hard for these, but i do not think they have any)
4 pundalilia ingenopinns They are not on the list now?
5 Paralabidochromis sp. "rockkribensis" -Mwanza north-
6. Haplochromis fire Red Uganda


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this was the list i received in an email from marco. it may change depending on where the fish come from. so it is ok to post stuff not on it. if they have it im sure we can get it.

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Hello @ all,

another species we hope for breeding are:
Pundamilia macrocephala

Platytaeniodus degeni are not available !!!
the paralabidochromis rock kribensis are the Mwanza north-population, and the blue rock kribensis isn´t available in europe.

Unfortunately, from the P. igneopinnis we have only one small group, these are difficult for breeding and actually also not available.
news are following...

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Hi,

I must add:
Paralabidochromis sp. "rockkribensis" -Makobe Island- is also availible.
Paralabidochromis chilotes -Zue Island- is availible


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Are these Yssichromis piceata (i don´t no how many availible)

These? Yssichromis piceatus

I am really wanting about 10-15 of those for sure. Those are #1 on my list and if thats all I got that would be fine but I would also be intrested in.
Mbipia mbipi
Pundamilia red Flank


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I have a new list now with what you have in stock.

1. Pundamlilia nyererei Senga
2. Pundamilia sp. "red flank"
3. Astaotilapia nubila
4. Paralabidochromis sp. "rockkribensis" -Mwanza north-
5. Haplochromis fire Red Uganda

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Hi KMX

Yssichromis piceata (wrong name) and Yssichromis piceatus are the same specie.
You are interested in Mbipia mbipi:
It is the most aggessive species I ever kept. You need very big tanks and a lot of this specie.


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Neochromis rufocaudalis - Makobe Island-


Paralabidochromis sp. "rockkribensis blue" -Uganda-


Ptyochromis sp. "Hippo Point salmon"


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Axel";p="2585 wrote:
Hi KMX

Yssichromis piceata (wrong name) and Yssichromis piceatus are the same specie.
You are interested in Mbipia mbipi:
It is the most aggessive species I ever kept. You need very big tanks and a lot of this specie.


Sweet. I have lots of room.


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hello me,

we only have the Neochromis rufocaudalis-population from Saa Nane and
the Paralabidochromis rock kribensis blue is in europe not available.
I mean these has been from commercial import and never introduced in Europe. Axel can say here certainly further details.
INFO: Mbipia mbipi; very big tanks minimum 400 litres and at least a group of 20 animals necessary.

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sorry i forget;
"If you have interest in some pics?"
If this can dispatch, unfortunately by email, because I do not know how I can put the pictures into the threads...


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marcowelss";p="2588 wrote:
hello me,

we only have the Neochromis rufocaudalis-population from Saa Nane and
the Paralabidochromis rock kribensis blue is in europe not available.
I mean these has been from commercial import and never introduced in Europe. Axel can say here certainly further details.
INFO: Mbipia mbipi; very big tanks minimum 400 litres and at least a group of 20 animals necessary.

marco


Hi, That was a very late night post. I did mean from the Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane, I did originally want the Makobe, but Axel did inform me these were not available. As for the Paralabidochromis rock kribensis blue, not a problem, I will try to find something else to fill the 3 spot.

Thanks for the info! Me


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marcowelss, it would be great to see some pictures. There is a thread at the top on how to post pictures in the Victorian Photography section


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here is a link to a species list that should have all the pics. there might be a few missing but it has most.

http://www.haplochromis.org/minifiches2/1_EN.html

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