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also a beautifull species of ameerega.
you think these will come in the hobby?
 

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i would like to get some of those. they look amazing.
so you guys are the first to get them?
 

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LOL...just wishful thinking....

It was fun to hunt for them and they proved to be quite photogenic as you can tell by Ray's point and shoot shots....

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haha yeah they are very photogenic, they are an amazing species.
since i've got my ameerega aff. hahneli, i'm really getting interested in this genus.
soon i'll be getting my bassleri sisa soon.
i find the ameerega hard to find in europe. the trivitatus, bassleri and pepperi are well offered but the smaller species like hahneli, pongoensis, cainarachi, parvula, macero etc are hard to find.
 

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i know that they were available several years ago (trough illegal import) but they don't appear in the hobby anymore.
i just hope that there will be a legal import in the near future with some nice ameerega species. if the demand is large on some species don't they import then?
 

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There are a few different populations of them along the Huallaga. I nearly killed myself diving into tree buttresses in dense forest while catching them. Have a video somewhere.
 
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