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    Default Longfin White Clouds

    Looking for a group of longfin white clouds minnows

    Shelldwellers - Multifasciatus, Similis kipili, Brevis Karilani, callipterus, caudopunctatus, ornatipinnis, gold ocellatus, speciosus, temporalis shell, Alto Sumbu dwarf
    Rock Dwellers F0 J. marksmithi, J. transcriptus bemba, N. leleupi orange, F0 N. Mustax, C. bifrenatus, C brichardi kigoma, C. popelini, C. Ndobhoi
    Sand Sifters X. ornatipinnis, X. bathyphilus kekese, Gantho permaxillaris, E. descampii

    Synodontis - petricola, lucipinnis, polli, polli white, granulosus (w), multipunctatus (w)




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    Everything I’ve read says they’re practically nonexistent in the pet trade anymore, if not extinct altogether.
    I rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome fresh and saltwater fish. Here is a link to my Facebook page if you are interested in adopting someone new: https://www.facebook.com/DFWFishRescue/
    Current rescue capacity: peaceful to aggressive fish; 150 gallons and under.



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    wetspot looks to have them in stock

    Long Fin White Cloud (Tanichthys albonubes) TR $6.00 10 for $55.00

    https://www.wetspottropicalfish.com/...d=2&Itemid=116



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    far from extinct...I heard someone say they saw some at a petsmart just last week and I saw some a few weeks prior in the austin area.



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    Longfin at petsmart?

    Shelldwellers - Multifasciatus, Similis kipili, Brevis Karilani, callipterus, caudopunctatus, ornatipinnis, gold ocellatus, speciosus, temporalis shell, Alto Sumbu dwarf
    Rock Dwellers F0 J. marksmithi, J. transcriptus bemba, N. leleupi orange, F0 N. Mustax, C. bifrenatus, C brichardi kigoma, C. popelini, C. Ndobhoi
    Sand Sifters X. ornatipinnis, X. bathyphilus kekese, Gantho permaxillaris, E. descampii

    Synodontis - petricola, lucipinnis, polli, polli white, granulosus (w), multipunctatus (w)




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    white clouds yes...long fin...I do not know as it was someone down south I think.



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    My friend in New Mexico has some beauties. They're red. Just gorgeous. I have some of his males. I want to breed them with my gold shortfins.
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    It all started as a child.... I spent hours watching fish, tadpoles and crabs in the stream nearby... then when we went to the beach for vacation I spent my time watching the fish and anenomes in the rock/tidal pools. So here I am now with multiple tank syndrome. Is there even a cure?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazray View Post
    My friend in New Mexico has some beauties. They're red. Just gorgeous. I have some of his males. I want to breed them with my gold shortfins.
    Longfin?

    Shelldwellers - Multifasciatus, Similis kipili, Brevis Karilani, callipterus, caudopunctatus, ornatipinnis, gold ocellatus, speciosus, temporalis shell, Alto Sumbu dwarf
    Rock Dwellers F0 J. marksmithi, J. transcriptus bemba, N. leleupi orange, F0 N. Mustax, C. bifrenatus, C brichardi kigoma, C. popelini, C. Ndobhoi
    Sand Sifters X. ornatipinnis, X. bathyphilus kekese, Gantho permaxillaris, E. descampii

    Synodontis - petricola, lucipinnis, polli, polli white, granulosus (w), multipunctatus (w)




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    Yes. His reds are long finned.
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    It all started as a child.... I spent hours watching fish, tadpoles and crabs in the stream nearby... then when we went to the beach for vacation I spent my time watching the fish and anenomes in the rock/tidal pools. So here I am now with multiple tank syndrome. Is there even a cure?



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    Here's a crappy cellphone pic of a beautiful fish. IMG_20180324_095933.jpg
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    It all started as a child.... I spent hours watching fish, tadpoles and crabs in the stream nearby... then when we went to the beach for vacation I spent my time watching the fish and anenomes in the rock/tidal pools. So here I am now with multiple tank syndrome. Is there even a cure?



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