Even if I found some, I wonder whether you would be happy knowing somewhere in the Neterlands you'll find them
In some ways loaches can be seasonal, I think you "should be" hitting the "sweet spot" about now.
It's been a long while since I noticed p. meyersii specifically, I haven't been looking for them, or really any others lately...
Like I said before, look at Wetspot & aquabid in the US...or some of the "big sellers" like live aquaria.
only one of those 25 was a p. oblonga, one a p. semicincta, there were two tiny tan ones- i'm guessing p. piperata (they don't sit still very well for inspection), 11 of them i think are p. cuneovirgata (though they're tiny and it's hard to be sure yet), and the other 10 are p. shelfordii.
and now i have about 35 pangios. oops. i kind of thought that a few of the semicinctas might actually be myersi, since their dark bars are so much bigger and they do have a lot of black on the tail itself, but i kind of doubt that since they're all about the same size as each other and there are a few dark body bars that don't go all the way down the tummy.
i guess what i'm trying to say is that if my local Petco had such a large variety, it must be a good time to look around for pangios, cause i was more than surprised at how many species i accidentally got and didn't even know about yet! my little researcher self has been going research-wild for a solid week now!
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