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Apisto baeschi

Discussion in 'Classified Ads - Buy or Sell' started by ScottandFish, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. ScottandFish

    ScottandFish New Member

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    Okay before I start I know that any type of Apisto is hard to come by. Which is why I don't hold a lot of hope in this post. I'm just looking to make contact with anyone in North America breeding Apisto baeschi. Thanks.
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    cjerrom New Member

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    I have a few in stock in Calgary, AB - as well I have a friend who is breeding them in Edmonton. They are wild caught from Peru.
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    Scott - I will have more males shortly as my Peru order has been delayed but I will have 35-50 more as Bart will need a few more males! Sorry I could not facilitate your request as I had to make sure Bart was looked after first since he's been a great help in facilitating a lot of the bycatch identification!

    Uapesi, elizabethae, kelleri (red morph), huascar, atahualpa, baenschi, rositae and some more female norberti. Now if I had more tank space I would be as bad as Bart but the abacaxis, juruesis (blue face), pantalone, fresa are all breeding on me for some unknown reason so I am limited to adding more until I sell more!
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    Drayden Farci New Member

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    The Wet Spot gets them in occasionally, but you'll have to be diligent because males are hard to come by.
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    No worries. Still stoked.
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    I just wanted to make sure that you were looked after. Thanks for your patience!

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