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agassizii?

Discussion in 'Identification and Morphology' started by bussardnr, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. bussardnr

    bussardnr Member 5 Year Member

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    I bought these as young iniridae, I know the males not. Anyone know what the female is?
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    Mike Wise Moderator Staff Member 5 Year Member

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    Looks like a pair of Red A. agassizii to me. On another note, I'm happy to see someone else who has well used tanks (i.e. scratched glass) like me. My philosophy is that a tank is usable so long as it holds water.;) BTW don't let TomC see that tank substrate; he'll go crazy because the gravel is too coarse for apistos!:D
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    bussardnr Member 5 Year Member

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    Thanks Mike. I hate when things turn out to be something different, but atleast they are a matched set.
    I have one that leaks too, I just fill it up half way and tossed in some Pseudoepiplatys annulatus :)