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Owner of the chungwa states, "die tropheus werden bei namansi gefangen und in deutschland nur sehr selten importiert."

Translate to something like, "these imported tropheus are collected near namansi and are very rare in Germany."

Hope someone that knows German can do a better translation.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Mr. Johnson @ Jul 17 2010, 12:54 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Owner of the chungwa states, "die tropheus werden bei namansi gefangen und in deutschland nur sehr selten importiert."

Translate to something like, "these imported tropheus are collected near namansi and are very rare in Germany."

Hope someone that knows German can do a better translation.[/b]
The tropheus are caught with Namansi and are only very seldomly imported into Germany.

If it were near, the word Nahe would be used. Bei is different. I may have it wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's with in this instance. Where's Gernot!!?? LOL

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Hope someone in the states can provide more info on these fish.

Found a little more info:

http://tropheuspain.activoforo.com/g...ansi-t3364.htm
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