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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2010 1:29 am 
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Hello everybody,

I have 3 orders in Y. Pyrrhocepalus there.
Unfortunately, I have delivered after the cancellation from tmax57 oder mine 25 pyrrhos to a friend. And now no fry are available!

Maybe I get together till April again 10-15 juveniles from a breeding fremale.
So I will ask you for info, what we should do?

Then the Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe and the Ruti population have been extinguished. This are absolute rarities, and I didn´t understand your canceling!

Many species are twice ordered and other species not at all!

I will wait till Sunday for information, so that we have a final breeding list in Europe, because till April these are only 6 WEEKS!!!
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Sorry, Y. pyrrhocephalus... :)


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wow, no neo chromis....

i think people thought that one person would get them in and we could share later. but we did not know who was doing what until now.

i will have to reconsider since the pyrrhocephalus was a choice of mine.

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Marco,
What is not getting ordered that is available? Please list....

I am very interested in the N. omnicaeruleus Makobe yet was wary of the agression levels. I also will have a blotched Victorian (P. chromogynos). I have only one 75 gallon available.

Marco, we should discuss your trip to EAWAG 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Europe - USA II
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Hello,

as Marco told are no Y,pyrrhocephalus available.
The guys who wanted to order themhad other interests before.My offer would be:
dre_day: instead of Y.pyrrho take Neochromis omnicaeruleus Makobe
Big Jim: instead of Rockkribensis Makobe take Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane Island
s10jimmy: instead of Y.pyrrho. take Neochromis omnicaeruleus Ruti Island
bovsbaitboxes: instead of Y.pyrrho. take Haplochromis sp. "flameback"

With this way you have four species more which were not ordered before.


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 Post subject: Re: Europe - USA II
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Axel, maybe my coffee just hasn't kicked in, but I think the species you have mentioned are already on the list.


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You are right if you think about Neo. omnicaeruleus Makobe.
But I could not find any Neo. omni. Ruti, Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane Island or H. flameback.
Also are free Lipochromis melanopterus, Astatotilapia nubilus, Mbipia mbipi, Orange rock hunter,and Haplochromis "tipped blue".

Choose if you want. But remember: deadend of ordering is devinitive sunday 28th of February.

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Axel,

You are welcome to include any freebies we have room for aside from the freebies we have already discussed. Please just mark "Free" on the bag and Big Jim can figure out who has the room to breed them. There is no longer a space issue for incoming fish. There is plenty of room between Jim and I to house them all until distribution is complete.

I have more than 100 tanks running right now. We have plenty of room to move fish around for this shipment.

If you can fit it in the box, Send it, we can sort them out once they get here.

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If there is really no one chosing Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane I would like to add that to my list. I though TR6 was getting these though :?


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Yes, no lack of space for breeding (the 75 is in my living room, just short of money), they will be bred and established here:
http://www.nycichlidforum.com/post120481.html#p120481
http://www.nycichlidforum.com/spookyfis ... 14223.html

So send all you got... I can send cash to IgV later if you want. :oops:

Hey, do you have Hemibates stenosoma from Lake Tanganyika. :lol:

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i added the makobe to my list today. i may add the orange rock hunter as well. i have to see since a friend is the one who wanted the yss. if he wants them i will add them before sund.

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 Post subject: Re: Europe - USA II
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(Hey, do you have Hemibates stenosoma from Lake Tanganyika) I have been lookin for this fish for 5 years now

also I was thinking of getting Neochromis omnicaeruleus Ruti Island if I cannot get Pundamilia nyererei Senga


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I kept the Neochromis rufocaudalis Saa Nane on my list.


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bovsbaitboxes";p="4169 wrote:
(Hey, do you have Hemibates stenosoma from Lake Tanganyika) I have been lookin for this fish for 5 years now
hehe. I know, that's why I asked... little inside joke. Plus I figured there may be room for other fish if we get all unrepresented Victorians.


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I wish I would love to get some other fish (malawaii and tangs) from Europe some fish just dont get here :cry:


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