NANFA-- C. audax extinct? Maybe not

Mark (
Fri, 12 Jan 2001 09:27:55 -0500

Another post from the livebearers list. Guess that's what I get for cross

>From: "Harro Hieronimus" <>
>To: "livebearer" <>
>Cc: "Guenter Ellenberg" <>
>Subject: C. audax extinct?
>Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 10:48:34 +0100
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>today some good news. Mexican scientists reported that C. audax still occurs
>in another location in the surrounding of El Toboso. So this may put down C.
>audax from "extinct" to "endangered". Nevertheless, we should build up
>stable aquarium stocks of this species to prevent extinction. One other
>place where this species exists - the history of El Toboso shows that this
>may end up very quickly.
>Regards Harro

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