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The Pseudeomugil Gertrude's are pretty easy to find. I've seen them at Aquariums West and also at Fantasy Aquatics before the store closed down. I know April had some in before as well.

One of my all time favorite fish - lots personality, they flit from bush to bush foraging for food and places to spawn. Not to mention they're great looking too.
 

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Pseudomgil signifer is rather easy to get, and is widely varied in appearance. The variety you posted is a northern or new Guinean variety and hard to get. the more common form is similar to this

The red neons are Pseudomgil ivanstoff which in reality are a brackish fish and the only success I have had keeping them long term has been in a brackish setup. They can be tough to get and tricky to house with their water needs

The Gertrudae variety you posted is a type known as aru II. Referring to the type locality.
 
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