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Little Blue Fish Id Please

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    Barb Man
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    Would like to know what kind of fish this is and to know if it is available in the United States
    somethings I would like to know;

    1. Name
    2. Size
    3. Where to get it
    4. Temp
    5. pH
    6. Compatibility
    7. Any related species

    Thank you all!!

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    #347733

    Graham Ramsay
    Participant

    I think Matt might know this one.

    #347734

    Graham Ramsay
    Participant

    But just in case he’s not around:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbtScYtfF7k

    #347735

    Stefan
    Member

    It’s an Aphanius (killi), don’t recall species name though. Matt knows all about it.

    #347741

    Senor Bastardo
    Participant

    According to my books it´s a Aphanius anatoliae transgrediens but Matt is the real expert.

    #347755

    mzapater
    Participant

    Aphanius danfordii probably from “Soysalli”, beautiful turkish Aphanius.

    Careful with sex ratio though, alkaline water gives mostly males and soft neutral – slighty acidic water mostly females. Tricky issue with this species.

    #347779

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Confusion here, I always thought it was Aphanius sureyanus as per the video that Graham posted? A. transgrediens is. Bear in mind that the dark patterning is only displayed by spawning males, though.

    #347789

    Graham Ramsay
    Participant

    Yes it is sureyanus/burduricus

    http://forum.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/sh…ead.php?t=13310

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