Wanted: Pseudomugilidae and Telmatherinidae

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  1. Christiaan Duvenage

    Christiaan Duvenage Moderator

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    Hi
    I'm looking for...Pseudomugilidae and Telmatherinidae in Pretoria and surrounding areas.

    Tnx
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    @Plantae has pseudomugil gertrudae. I got some late last year and they're super healthy, awesome fish.

    Then Niky at Mnandi Aquatix has the orange ones. Forget their name right now. I believe he bred those himself.
     
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    Hi Norio

    Yes I referred you to Nicky and Nollie a while ago.
    But I'm looking for diffrent species aswell.Trying to get a feel what's available and where.

    The Orange ones are Pseudomugil luminates

    Tnx
     
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    Ruan Britz also gets rainbows in sometimes. However a lot of small rainbows will need to be found specially, many are still wild caught or not raised on a massive scale. I suggest you ask around :)
     
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    Whoops :p

     
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    All I have are the Iriatherina Werneri, together with the more common Melanotaenia.
     

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