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P. parvu­lus first time in Ger­many traded, also nice “blue-​line“

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3 years 3 weeks ago 3 years 3 weeks ago #6061 by emha
I think, in Ger­many Parosphromenus parvu­lus had never been traded since yes­ter­day. I could deter­mi­nate them today for Aquar­ium Diet­zen­bach with­out doubt. They are in a real good con­di­tion and don‘t seem to have been on the way long­times.

Also in best con­di­tion they have very nice Parosphromenus cf. bin­tan, some­thing like “blue-​line“

The hom­page of Aquar­ium Diet­zen­bach tells about the way to get them. The local deal­ers and part­ners of AD are told.

Now or never!

Mar­tin Hallmann
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3 years 3 weeks ago 3 years 3 weeks ago #6062 by Peter Finke
If Mar­tin Hall­mann tells this, there is no doubt of iden­ti­fi­ca­tion. Both species are highly wel­come. The aquar­ium pop­u­la­tion of P. parvu­lus is still very small since these ani­mals have very small clutches only; they show a spec­tac­u­lar dis­play dance sim­i­lar to ornat­i­cauda, but although the first parvu­lus were really dif­fi­cult, the import that we got via Den­mark (the only one hith­erto) proved to be less prob­lem­atic. And nice P. “blue line” were not present for a long time; we had really dull “Sen­tang” but true “blue line” could be sparkling in colours. Just as now described by Mar­tin.
As he says: We should grasp the oppor­tu­nity. With Paros in trade nobody knows whether it will hap­pen again or not.
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