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 Post subject: Hemigrammus rhodostomus
PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 5:12 am 
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The Rummy Nosed Tetra (Sardinita Borracha, Borrachito)

Another "natural" to Altum Land, is just as naturally found in P. altum stomach contents in nature. The Rummy occurs in waters of a little more movement than that preferred by cardinal.

Same advice as given for Cardinal applies to the rummy.

Bleher's Firehead Tetra, a very simliar species (colors are identical) is reported to occur up the Meta in Colombia. I think H. bleheri has a little more substance and may be less likely to fall as prey to altum. I've never seen the latter species in person so I'm actually making assumptions. They may be just local variations, I have a feeling Heiko would know.

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