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Old 12-06-2016, 12:19 AM   #1
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Zoogoneticus Tequila Goodieds -Extinct in Wild

Goodieds are like no other livebearers and Z. Tequila is no exception. The dominate males have an orange cresent tail and tur jet black when they play chase. These guys don't eat fry if well fed and there is some cover for young. In the photo of the week old fry you can see a fully grown female Least Killie in the background. Fry are huge! I keep these at roomtemp but they do fine at 74-76 degrees.

These Goodieds are extinct in the wild due to habitat distruction and are a priority species on the C.A.R.E.S listing. These fish don't tend to be problems in community tanks as they are fixated onn each other. Several trios available with live arrival guarantee. First trio $35 includes shipping and additional trios $15 e.a. no shipping charge. These will be shipped in a styro-lined box with heat pack if necessary. P.M. me with questions
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What steps are being taken toward preservation?
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Goodied Working Group and a few of us who don't wat them to vanish. Breed them pass them along. American Livebearer Association is also involved in presevation. Unfortunately, humans have trashed their natural range and environment.
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