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Pick'n'mix Apistos

Of interest to those here in the NW UK is an interesting batch of fish at
BAS here in Bolton.
They appear to be predominantly A. elizabethae (assuming that the double
lateral spot is the defining characteristic), with some Pertensis group fish
mixed in with fantastic high dorsals. There is caudal damage on all these
fish which makes it difficult to see what the natural shape of the tail
actually is, but it would be worth having a root through if anyone is going
to be in the area.
There is also a single small but highly coloured Taeniacara male in there,
unfortunately no ladies to go with him.
They are still a bit rough after import, and may not yet be priced up, but
they are going to be nice fish if they get a bit of TLC.
I'm looking for something to play with after giving those A. 'white-seam' to
Ray, so I might just beat anyone to them unless you're quick!
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