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My List Of Goodeids

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This topic contains 14 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  fish48 9 years, 3 months ago.

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    fish48
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    up to date list of goodeids

    Allodontichthys polepis
    Allodontichthys tamazulae kees de jong 2002
    Allodontichthys tamazulae *
    Allodontichthys zonistus jalisco mexico
    Alloophorus robustus lago de patzcuaro, michoacan, mexico
    Allotoca zacapuensis Lake Zacapu 2000

    Ameca splendens rio teuchitlan lambert collection 1996
    Ataeniobius toweri rio verde, mexico *

    Chapalichthys encaustus lago, de capala,
    Chapalichthys encaustus albino form
    Chapalichthys pardalis *

    Characodon audax El toboso, Durango, mexico
    Characodon lateralis los berros, Durango, mexico
    Characodon lataralis sp. Guadalupe Aguilera mexico
    Characodon lateralis los pinos, mexico

    Girardinichthys multiradiatus maravatio, mexico
    Girardinichthys viviparous D. lambert collection 1989

    Goodea atripinnis lago patzcuaro
    Goodea atripinnis marivito, mexico
    Goodea atripinnis laguna opopeo
    Goodea atripinnis *
    Ilyodon ameca aquarium strain
    Ilyodon Furcidens Ilyodon xantusi
    Ilyodon whitei *
    Ilyodon cortezi *
    Xenotaenia resolanae *
    Xenophorus captivus aquarium strain

    Xenotoca eiseni rio tamazula mexico
    Xenotoca eiseni granja sahuaripa, mexico
    Xenotoca eiseni golden saddle san marcos
    Xenotoca variata JESUS MARIE, SAN LOUIS POTOSI, MEXICO
    Xenotoca melanosoma *

    Zoogoneticus tequila rio teuchitlan. Jalisco, mexico
    Zoogoneticus quintzeoensis la luz mexico
    Zoogoneticus quintzeoensis purepechus la luz mexico 2002 ?

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    #311392

    Mark Duffill
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    Nice collection of fish

    #311394

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Impressive list of fish! What do the mysterious asterisks denote?

    #311400

    mickthefish
    Participant

    that is an impressive list you have, are these what you currently have?.

    mick

    #311401

    fish48
    Participant

    yes its my list of goodeids that keep and breed.

    #311402

    mickthefish
    Participant

    i much prefer the goodeids to the poecilia group, they seem to have much more character about them.

    mick

    #311403

    fish48
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    yep i agree

    #311404

    oaken
    Participant

    Nice list! Pleas post more pictures if you got any

    #311406

    fish48
    Participant

    QUOTE (Mad Duff @ Nov 3 2008, 09:43 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Nice collection of fish
    #311407

    fish48
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    quote name=’oaken’ date=’Nov 3 2008, 04:00 PM’ post=’12441′]
    Nice list! Pleas post more pictures if you got any [
    Allotoca zacapuensis male above

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    fish48
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    #311409

    Mark Duffill
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    Some lovely looking fish there mate /smile.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:)” border=”0″ alt=”smile.gif” />

    #311410

    fish48
    Participant

    all goodeids are lovely looking fish lol

    #311411

    mickthefish
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    great looking fish bud, the two that i’ve kept and bred out of your pics are the eiseni and the lateralis.
    the funny thing with the eiseni was while in my tanks they were very well behaved, eg no fin nipping or attacking the other fish in the tank or themselves, yet when i sold them on to another fish keeper the turned into demons.
    one of my all time favourites are Ameca splendens, i was lucky enough to get F1’s of a good mate of mine who was well into livebearers.

    mick

    #311412

    fish48
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    I have never had a problem with iseni fin nipping ) ther not half as bad as many people beleve them to be.

    I did a similar thing I had a tank full of Ameca splendens and guppys they got on fine together. I gave some Ameca splendens to a frend and soon got a phone call saying all of He’s guppys have had ther fins Torn to bits,

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