I'm pretty sure all of the Guianacara "here" are progeny of a group I bought from Batfish in 2014. They raised one batch of like 300 babies and never let another set hatch again.Red spotted, which is nice. I've wondered why we don't often get the nicer Guianacara here.
Maybe characins are coming in the future?
She’s referring to guianacara daycra. They spread around several of the club members here. “Here” was in reference to the metro DC areaThere's not one single source. Jeff Rapps imported Guianacara over the years-- not always on his list but he had them occasionally. The ones I had, probably 8 years ago, came from a guy in Ohio who bought his wild breeders from Jeff, supposed to be sphenozona, not especially colorful. I watched Jeff's list for years for certain collection points or types, like owroewefi, but he typically didn't have the types on my wish list. He did have the red spotted on his list last year-- I was tempted but tight on tank space and didn't know his retirement was looming. Wet Spot has also had Guianacara from time to time over the years.
That said, maybe we meant something different by 'here'. I had in mind in here in the states, not just the DC area.