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New Species: Apistogramma Kullanderi

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Looks absolutely great, unique colouration.
 
Already it seems that this will probably be a popular choice once good experienced keepers and breeders have established this specie and information about breeding and behaviour will be eagerly anticipated.
 
Thanks for sharing.
 

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Looks very much like Cacatoides
 
This one is mine
 

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Ch4rlie said:
Looks absolutely great, unique colouration.
 
Already it seems that this will probably be a popular choice once good experienced keepers and breeders have established this specie and information about breeding and behaviour will be eagerly anticipated.
 
Thanks for sharing.

 
 
I agree. Since Dwarfs are so popular I can't imagine it will be long before it enters the hobby.
 

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Tcamos, the pic you posted IS a Cacatoides (double red most likely). I had a look at the link.
 
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I must have grabbed the wrong photo...I will fix this up.

There...fixed.
 
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Excellent! Thanks for that.
 
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