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Written on: 10/07/2006 by keith565 (2 reviews written)
First discovered in 1937 by Franklyn F. Bond then forgot about until 1975 when Professor John A. Endler rediscovered them in Laguna de los Patos in northeastern Venezuela.
they are similar to the guppies found in all lfs but are smaller in size, approx 25mm for the male and 50mm for the female. there are a ray of colours and patterns available and they are generally easy to keep and breed.
they will breed with guppies so should not be kept in the same tanks.
the males are the ones with the… Read Full Review
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