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Old 06-26-2014, 03:25 AM   #1231
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Ok this one may be hard

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Old 06-26-2014, 04:08 AM   #1232
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Is it a killi fish?


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Another climber! Kind of funny, as I'm currently reviewing a manuscript on a complex of species in the same genus (with a dozen new species). I've kept a few different species from this genus through the years, but not the one in the photo ... though it occurs locally.
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Another climber! Kind of funny, as I'm currently reviewing a manuscript on a complex of species in the same genus (with a dozen new species). I've kept a few different species from this genus through the years, but not the one in the photo ... though it occurs locally.
I've always liked this fish, too bad I've never been able to obtain any.

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If you like this species Gillie, you would really like another species in the same genus (specific name fuscus). There's a nice video of that species in the wild posted this week on ANGFA-NSW's Facebook page. I'll see if I can post a link to it once the guessing is over.
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If you like this species Gillie, you would really like another species in the same genus (specific name fuscus). There's a nice video of that species in the wild posted this week on ANGFA-NSW's Facebook page. I'll see if I can post a link to it once the guessing is over.
That would be great

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And not a killifish Bettaowner. Like I said, it lives locally and we don't have killifish here. Not that I live in a different galaxy, but that would seem appropriate.
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I just watched a video on the fuscus, beautiful fish

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Galaxias brevipinnis?


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