Austrolebias bellottii Dique Luján, Camino de la vía muerta
Austrolebias bellottii Dique Luján, Camino de la vía muerta
Current Scientific Name:
Austrolebias bellottii
Described: (Steindachner), 1881
Common name(s):
Some Recorded Strains:
Dique Luján, Camino de la vía muerta

Breeding Austrolebias bellottii

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Austrolebias bellottii breeding reports

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How to keep and breed Austrolebias bellottii

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Breeding Report: Austrolebias bellottii
Location code: Ezeiza
Water conditions: Neutral
Breeding difficulty:
Other Comments: Received eggs.
Date this record created: 7th July 2003

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