Thread: Eartheaters: A Primer
11-07-2008, 01:56 PM #21
Avery interesting and informative post, thanks for sharing.Mike!
12-31-2008, 12:07 AM #22
0Originally Posted by Dave66
Sorry Dave forgot about this one.......
It's not so much that they look similiar but it is my understanding that there aren't many true surinamensis around. I remember an article long ago maybe late 90's that said no actual surinamensis have been imported into the U.S. at that time. If that has changed today I am not sure, but any fish that looks close to a surinamensis they have been calling geophagus surinamensis. I have seen 3" brasiliensis labelled G. Surinamensis RARE fish and selling for $20. I think it has become a catch all title when in fact more than likely they are geophagus proximus or geophagus naevii.
Kind of like today with the gymnogeophagus, although I think they are doing a better job with labelling these guys.
Like Gymnogeophagus N. SP. Paso Pache "Rio Santa Lucia"
but how long will it be before they are simply gymno paso pache?
01-09-2009, 11:10 PM #23
Awesome stuff Dave! I love the eartheaters! I keep one male and 3 female steindachneri. They are constantly having clutches of eggs and I have quite a number of fry now. I posted an article here about them...yours was GREAT!your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!
10-04-2012, 04:07 PM #24Member Swordtails
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This thread is missing pictures :)
This thread is missing pictures.
Here are my Satanoperca Leucosticta and Geophagus Surinamensis