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A. trifasciata source USA?

Discussion in 'Classified Ads - Buy or Sell' started by Ekona, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. Ekona

    Ekona Active Member 5 Year Member

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    Anyone know of a source for good strain(s) of A. trifasciata in the US? By "good" I mean good coloration and even scalation (ie. not overly inbred and showing odd/deformed body shape). Are WC of this species imported periodically (or not)? Would like to work with them some day.
    Thanks in advance.
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    I know Wetspot is selling unsexed pairs. Bets me if they're a good strain though. Beantown Aquatics (http://www.beantownaquatics.com/) is selling both male and nonsex at a pretty low price. Again, bets me if they're good strains.
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    Ekona Active Member 5 Year Member

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    Thanks for the leads. I know about Wetspot but Beantown Aquatics was new.
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    Any luck Ekona?
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    Ekona Active Member 5 Year Member

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    Carter, no on the trifasciata, but I've picked up another species to work with.
    One of these days...
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