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Axel and marco do you have any pund. azurea, and Haplochromis sp. "red back scraper" fry available? People are asking for them. I'm looking for the Haplochromis sp. "red back scraper" fry and Dray is looking for the pund. azurea fry.

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Yes, we have P.azurea Ruti Island and a "red back scraper" female at -endymion/Albin- is breeding.


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I see Axel bred more Pundamilia nyererei -Senga Island is there any way I could get these or are they all spoken for thanks John


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bovsbaitboxes";p="3864 wrote:
I see Axel bred more Pundamilia nyererei -Senga Island is there any way I could get these or are they all spoken for thanks John


As of now they are all spoken for.

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Hi John,

another female is breeding :D


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John it's your lucky day.

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I'd like to sign up for 2 species
Ptyochromis sp red rock sheller
and if they are still available
Haplochomis thereuterion

If they aren't available I'll try to come up with a third choice :lol:

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Big jim is there anyway to change my Harapagochromis orange rock hunter to the Pundamilia nyererei -Senga


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Hi John,
sorry to say but my breeding Nyererei Senga Point stopped breeding. But in case of a new breeding female and a good end of this I will send the fry also without an order.


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I found someone who is selling the Harpagochromis sp. "orange rock hunter"around me so
I was wondering if I could get the Pyxichromis orthostoma (Isee no one ordered these) instead


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Hi John,

you can get them.


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doing some research on seller and I dont think they are real he has some funny names for other fish (peacocks) that are not correct (as they say be careful who you buy from) thank god I didnt buy them


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I can show you the history of our Orange rock hunters until 1995, when they arrived in Germany.


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I just saw that Daves Rare Fish has some orange hunters but I heard he gets some of his vics from europe also


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Some of Daves vics came from European blood lines. Most comes from breeders or whole sellers.

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