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PostPosted: 22.05.2014, 22:56    New Campoma Sample Population Reply with quoteBack to top

Here we will post Population sample pics . Date ,Location & collectors ..
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PostPosted: 22.05.2014, 23:15    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

The First three pics Are the Basic types of poecilia found in Campoma Laguna..
The last pic is a bit different , most likely a phenotype common in laguna..
First three samples look like Basic wingei type Poecilia ..
Fourth sample Good color/ pattern No swords looking a bit different ??

There were no Fancy long swords or odd/ strange patterns collected ..

Peter this is good Post to Compare your Campoma.. Post pics here..
Also any other hobbyist with sample population pics , Location,Date & collector are welcome to post and compare.. Open for Discussion.

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PostPosted: 23.05.2014, 06:39    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

This are samples from Norbert Svardals Collection from December 2013
caught near a small brick bridge - i will try to get mor infos about the bridge (location/pics)

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PostPosted: 25.05.2014, 05:44    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

So much variety. Amazing
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Magnificent Wild Selection...

I wonder if every specimen from that location has a different pattern ??
And if there are any Pheno Types??
So many Beautiful fish and so many possibility for new strains..
#1 #2 #4 have the most possibilities / traits for producing a strain of each of them..

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PostPosted: 25.05.2014, 18:08    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

« AdrianHD » wrote:
Magnificent Wild Selection...

I wonder if every specimen from that location has a different pattern ??
And if there are any Pheno Types??
So many Beautiful fish and so many possibility for new strains..
#1 #2 #4 have the most possibilities / traits for producing a strain of each of them..


Young males (offspring from the wild caught females) start now to show colors - other phenotypes as it seems.

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