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Just browsing the internet as I do, and I came across this stocklist from a store, presumably in the US.

Found some really nice pics, so I thought I'd share them!

Corydoras Venezuelanus

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Electric Blue Jack Dempsey

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Hoplias Curupira

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Hydrocynus Forskalii

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Caquetaia Spectabilis

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Pseudacanthicus sp. L600

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Protopterus Aethiopicus Congicus

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Doryichthys boaja - Long Snouted Pipefish. These guys are purely freshwater, and are the largest species. These fish are not quite demanding in terms of water requirements, contrary to what most people think. They do, however, need to be given a constant feeding of baby guppies. Fantastic for a small predatory tank!

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Hemisynodontis Membranaceus

haha! Looks like a big cory

And those feeders in the Lepisosteus platostomus picture look too good to be feeders

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There are a lot of those already here in oz.

We have wild rams, l600's and corydoras Venezuelas. I really like those corys - there is a sharp eyed member who spotted them in shop and scooped up a bunch.

It's worth it if you want it and know its ok to import then beg your LFS to take a chance to get some different stuff in. We don't need the wholesalers dictating to us what they think will sell in Oz - we can decide for ourselves :)

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