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Kullanderi

Discussion in 'Classified Ads - Buy or Sell' started by Bruxism, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. Bruxism

    Bruxism New Member

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    Below Water out of Montreal, Canada has Kullanderi on there stock list aswell as some other rare apistos. I believe they ship to the U.S aswell.

    Ps. I don't work for them I just thought I'd let some canadians know about this because it is rare to see some of these here.

    Apistogramma spec. redline

    Apistogramma agassizi yellow tefe

    Apistogramma eleutheria

    Apistogramma kullanderi

    Apistogramma spec. blue high-fin king

    Apistogramma spec. Rotflecken

    Apistogramma spec. D50

    Apistogramma spec. D12

    Apistogramma rubrolineata

    Apistogramma hongsloi
  2. Mike Wise

    Mike Wise Moderator Staff Member 5 Year Member

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    Re: A. kullanderi, Jeff (Aquaticlarity) brought some in. I hope those who want it right away have 'deep pockets', in the range of $1000/pr. As I wrote Jeff, that a bit rich for my blood - by an order of magnitude.:) Still, I think he got pre-orders for several pairs. Good luck to those who bought them. They shouldn't be impossible to breed, so you should be able to recoup your investments.
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    Bruxism New Member

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    Yeah they aren't cheap lol Below Water has them for $343 CAD & $275 USD with cheaper if you buy more then 5
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    The ones Oliver is selling, both kullanderi and eleuthera, are F1 offspring. So someone is already recouping his/her investment.
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    Bruxism is Apistogramma sp. Rotflecken?? what is the list price please
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    Bart Hazes Active Member

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    sp. Rotflecken are listed at US$45 each or US$40 if buying 6 or more. I was hoping they would have the distinct red dots on the lower head, like an image in one of my books. However, on a picture Oliver showed me they didn't, at least not at that time, and I didn't want to spend that much hoping they would colour up later.
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    Mike Wise Moderator Staff Member 5 Year Member

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    Based on the black pattern on the body, Rotflecken is a color form of A. sp. Schwarzkehl. Schwarzkehl has been collected in streams. The original Rotflecken were collected in a small lake.
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    Tom C Active Member 5 Year Member

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    I know Linke (1982) and U. Werner (1992) both found A. sp. "Schwarzkehl" in small, clear streams.
    On my trip to Colombia in January this year, we collected this species twice, in the llanos.
    One location was a small lake, the other one was inside this "oasis":

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    Luxuriant vegetation and shallow, muddy and quite stagnant water inside, a 4000 m2 mini-Amazonas rainforest:

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    but lots of fish. Copella compta:

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    and beautiful A. sp. "Schwarzkehl":

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    They breed all the time in my tank:

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