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Re: Chichlid identity....

In a message dated 4/25/00 7:09:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
kathy@thekrib.com writes:

 I just got back from Houston.  They did have the Rio Negro Dicrossus in
 not too long ago (gone now).
 Some interesting fish at Village Tropical (no association to me), were
 some wild caught cacautoides....nice fish, a few with enough black on the
 tail to make me think it could be leulinga....but I do think they were
 wild cac's, a little stressed, but could be fun fish if anyone has an
 extra tank...only 3.99 a fish too.  They had a tank labeled wild kribs (I
 didn't ask if they really were), several trifasciata, and some nice
 bitaeniata males.  
 Definitely reasonable priced. 
 Anyone else see the wild cacautoides there??
 On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Stepanova, Lilia wrote:
 > ...
 >  >>
You didn't get me any?

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