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Re: One More try at a better PIC...of eunotus/moae

In a message dated 5/23/2002 5:13:11 PM Eastern Daylight Time, apistowise@fgn.net writes:

I still can't ID it from this picture. I will say one thing. A. moae does not
have the iridescent scales around the caudal spot. This is found on the northern
eunotus forms like A. cf. eunotus Santa Ana, A. sp. Willy, A. sp. Albertini.

Yeah I figured that Mike,
thanks for trying it's been fun. I know it's not the Moae. It really looks a lot closer to the eunotus in Romer. I looked at the Moae in Romer and I think there's a big difference or at least it looks that way to me.

Well, my PICS made it all the way to UWE anyhow so who knows maybe I'll become rich and famous just like you anyhow.;)

Believe it or not but, I've actually had to create a directory saving messages from people who want to trade or buy the fish. Wasn't my intention
It might seem weird but the fish were bred from W/C when I first started breeding. I lost the parents and I think it was a bit of my fault. Whenever that happens I feel like I have to make sure these fry live and go on for their parents sake. Tell me that ain't a sick fish guy huh?
                                                       Thanks again see ya
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