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Hypergastromyzon Spp.

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  • #300771

    Matt
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    I have pics from Charles and Odyssey so will add a profile or two. Are these micropredatory like Homaloptera or biofilm grazers a la Gastromyzon? The mouth structure would appear to suggest the former? Pic by Odyssey.

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    #318218

    Mark Duffill
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    I think they are grazers as far as I know Matt

    #318221

    torso
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    grazers.
    for me they are as “type” on the way from gastromyzon to continental forms of hilllies. and very filigree species.
    I’ll send you all pics I have
    cheers Charles

    #318224

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the info guys.

    #318226

    torso
    Participant

    what I meant: a “fragile” appereance compared with gastromyzon – and delicate too. not a dominant species in a gastromyzon tank

    #318235

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ah ok thanks for the confirmation.

    #318236

    torso
    Participant

    ok would be: gastromyzon, sinogastromyzon, protomyzon, erromyzon. the others – pseudogastromyzon, sewellia, beaufortia – I wouldn’t recomend.
    as hypergastromyzon come in only occasionally with gastromyzon – single specimen – it would last some years to form a group. the easiest way would be together with a group of gastromyzon

    #318242

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Great, thanks Charles.

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