- New World, North American (none)
- New World, Central American
- New World, South American
- African, Other (none)
- African, Lake Victoria (none)
- African, Lake Tanganyika (none)
- African, Lake Malawi (none)
- African, Madagascar
- Asian (none)
Last updated: 01 October 2016
- Catfish, Spotted Raphael (Agamyxis pectinifrons) – 1
- Cichlid, Black Diamond (Paratilapia polleni) – 1 female?
- Cichlid, Convict (Amatitlania nigrofasciata)…
- —> G1 Marble (from pink balloon x marble cross ) – 1
- —> G0 Pink Balloon – 1 female
- Cichlid, Green Terror, F1 (Andinoacara stalsbergi) – 1 (male?)
- Cichlid, Midas (Amphilophus citrinellus) – 1 male
- Cichlid, Pike (Crenicichla sp.) – 1
- Cichlid, Red Terror, F1 (‘Cichlasoma’ festae) – 2 (1 male, 1 female)
- Cichlid, Redhead (Paraneetroplus synspilus) – 3 (1 male, 2 ???)
- Pleco, Gibby/L083 (Pterygoplichthys gibbiceps) – 1
- Pleco, Gold Spot Common/L001 (Pterygoplichthys joselimaianus) – 1
- Pleco, Sultan/L264 (Leporacanthicus joselimai) – 1
= TOTAL: 15 fish
- Species names reflect the most current classifications on FishBase.
- Trade names in “quotation marks” indicate a fish species that has stolen its trade name from a similar species that is the original (true) version of the fish.
- G0 indicates store-bought fish, while Gn indicates the nth generation of home-bred fish. Crosses are listed in the form of male parent x female parent, with parentheses used to show parental ancestry, e.g. (paternal grandfather x paternal grandmother) x (maternal grandfather x maternal grandmother), etc.
- Fn indicates the nth generation bred from wild-caught fish (P0),
where n = (n_dad + n_mom + 2) / 2
- F and G numbers do not necessarily (but may) imply parental relatedness, as is typical for this notation, but are instead used more as a measure of the generational gap between a spawn and my original stock.