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They are A. jacobfriebergi. "Otter Point" is one of the many collection points for these peacocks.

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Eurekas are a line-bred specimen of the Otter Point variant of A. jacobfreibergi, and don't occur naturally. Theoretically, they are the same species and variant, but questions about the purity of Eurekas remain and can never be proven one way or the other, so it's best to err on the side of caution and breed Eurekas only with Eurekas.
 

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Joea said:
Eurekas are a line-bred specimen of the Otter Point variant of A. jacobfreibergi, and don't occur naturally. Theoretically, they are the same species and variant, but questions about the purity of Eurekas remain and can never be proven one way or the other, so it's best to err on the side of caution and breed Eurekas only with Eurekas.
And I still continue to learn something new every day! :thumb:

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