[RML] Pseudomugil cynadorsalis Melanotaenia pygmae

Danny (reklaw01 at bigpond.com)
Thu, 31 May 2001 13:21:12 +0930

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Can anyone tell me if P.cyanodorsalis is found in any permanent =
freshwater, (land locked) or are they just seasonal bouts of freshwater, =
and are they also found in open sea areas or sheltered harbours and =
eustary.
Also is their colour enhanced by being in salty water?
What can I expect the life span in captivity is?=20
As I guess they would be pretty well annual in the wild.
In our shop I have some in a very small display tank with 50/50 brackish =
and they colour pretty good in the natural sun light.

Also anyone in Australia have any Melanotaenia pygmae fish or eggs =
available?
Currently I have one full grown Male, approx 55mm long in another mixed =
display.=20
I love the colour so much, Im looking for more=20
along with me, a couple of other SANFA members are.
Any help out there???????
Danny Walker.

SANFA http://www.sanfa.org.au/
ANGFA http://www.angfa.org.au/
ANGFA QLD http://home.telebel.de/nogrunw
Aggies Aquariums Serving Adelaides Native Fish & =
=20
Amphibians Needs=20
(08) 8359 - 7099 ph/fax =20
0416-226-512 mob/SMS
reklaw01 at bigpond.com
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Can anyone tell me if = P.cyanodorsalis   is=20 found in any permanent freshwater, (land locked) or are they just = seasonal=20 bouts of freshwater, and are they also found = in open=20 sea areas or sheltered harbours and eustary.
Also is their colour enhanced by being in salty=20 water?
 What can I expect the life span in captivity = is?=20
As I guess they would be pretty well annual in the=20 wild.
In our shop I have some in a very small display = tank with=20 50/50 brackish and they colour pretty good in the natural sun=20 light.
 
    Also anyone in Australia have any = Melanotaenia pygmae fish or eggs available?
Currently I have one full grown Male, approx 55mm = long in=20 another mixed display.
I love the colour so much, Im looking for = more=20
along with me, a couple of other SANFA members=20 are.
Any help out there???????
Danny Walker.
 
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           &nb= sp;           &nbs= p;          =20 Amphibians  Needs
(08) 8359 - 7099  ph/fax  =20
0416-226-512 mob/SMS
reklaw01 at bigpond.com
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