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Who's got them?

Anyone got info on these fish?

Please post a link!

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I would love to see pictures if anyone has this variant!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Mr. Johnson @ Jul 11 2010, 09:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Who's got them?

Anyone got info on these fish?

Please post a link!

Thanks,

-mj[/b]
Found an old post.......
http://trophs.com/forums/index.php?showtop...&hl=namansi
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I believe there's pictures of both the brichardi "Namansi" and the moorii "Namansi" in our gallery
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Namansi II

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Please excuse my ignorance.
Fisker, are those the moorii "Namansi"? If so, they look remarkably like the brichardi.
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There are two types of namansi collected close together. One is a moori (the namansi red/chungwa) and the brichardi (namansi reef).

Jen, those are the namansi reefs. I'm sure of it.

I'm only looking for info on the moori namansi red/chungwa.

Thanks to all for the replies so far.
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+1 MJ, never seen the m. namansi red/chungwa in person. Maybe our sponsors or others can obtain some for us.
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G-money,

check your PM sir.
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Got it MJ. From what I've seen of the namansi reds, they are very attractive!
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