Hmmm maybe I'll need to consider some of the other Pseudomugil species if it appears too hard to find the ones I was looking for.I’ve kept a few other Pseudomugil species but not the P. mellis. iirc they’re not as common as some of the others. I had luck finding all of the species I was looking for through contacts in the local killifish club in AZ. The killi people seem to have a lot of those small fish you pretty much keep with a spawning mop constantly. If you’ve got anywhere like that to reach out to they might get you pointed in the correct direction.
Other than that keep an eye on aquabid.
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Pseudomugil luminatus look pretty cool too. Maybe they can be a good alternative to P. mellis considering an endangered fish may be pretty difficult to get ahold of. P. furcatus look pretty nice, but I want something that is going to pop in my tank. Those can be a plan C fish hahaI'm breeding (leaving adults in tank, so in small numbers) P. illuminatus, and the males in particular are very attractive fish. P mellis is near the top of my wish list, but I haven't seen any on a list in years. Last I heard they were placed on the endangered species list and the ones in the hobby are all we will likely ever see. P furcatus can usually be found and are pretty in a more subtle way.