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Thread: Are some well known discus localities really getting overfished?

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    Default Re: Are some well known discus localities really getting overfished?

    I don't see a strong scientific conclusion that pulling round fish out of the gene pool will reduce the incidence of future round fish. Roundness of any particular fish has no relationship to its fitness to survive and reproduction in the wild. Without selective pressure, the allelic frequency for "roundness" should remain relatively constant among every individual in the population. The "best" discus represent segregation of a combination of "roundness" alleles. The remaining gene pool should continue to produce such combinations at similar frequencies.

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    Default Re: Are some well known discus localities really getting overfished?

    Victor Hugo Quaresma
    Is a complete and utter conman

    Did not get taken in by his promised and lies

    I did

    Sent him best part of 8.000 gbp and got dead fish. Lies.freight fees he didn't pay

    Promises of refunds

    Abuse

    Accusations I conned Tony and Jeffrey Tan.

    Threats I would be killed if

    Still waiting for you to refund con man

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    Default Re: Are some well known discus localities really getting overfished?

    Ok wait what now

    Jeanne

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