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RE: Apistogramma/Apistogrammoides

Actually, I just picked up a pair of pucallpaensis. Can anyone
tell me anything about them? (They are currently sharing a 40
gal with a large school of A. pulchra cf wilmeri and i'm wondering
if they need the water as soft as do the wilmeri).


Dominic Stones
Richmond Hill Ontario

>--- Original Message ---
>From: Mike & Diane Wise <apistowise@fgn.net>
>To: apisto@listbox.com
>Date: 4/3/02 12:22:10 PM

>For now agassizii, borellii, macmasteri & all
>other hobby apistos (except the T-bar Apisto,
>Apistogrammoides pucallpaensis) are considered
>members of the genus Apistogramma. This genus
>might be split into several (3-5) genera in the
>future, based on features no less significant than
>those that separate Apistogrammoides from
>Apistogramma. It all depends on how important
>South American cichlid taxonomists consider the
>need to do this.
>Apistogrammoides pucallpaensis is present in the
>hobby right now. It just takes a little hunting.

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