09-01-2007, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by beetlebz
so if I am to understand that correctly, you're saying that julii cories wind up usually being a different family all together, that just has strikingly similar spotting?
because I just bought 2 julii's from my LFS and im wondering if they really are or not!
Hi. Unfortunately, that is correct. You can't really blame your lfs. All they can do is put the name that was on the export list, on the tank.
Unless you know the exact collection point on the exact river, it is hard to ID more than this Cory, alone. The C. elegans
types, the C. imitator
types, even C. aeneus
- all have their own ID issues. - Frank