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Melanotaenia sp. nov. 'Malanda'

Melanotaenia sp. nov. 'Malanda'

Introducing our exclusive Melanotaenia sp. nov. 'Malanda' Enamel Pin – a symbol of your dedication to freshwater conservation and your commitment to supporting the mission of the Lily Ichthyology non-profit organization.

Product Highlights:

🐠 Exquisite Design: Our enamel pin features a breathtaking representation of the Melanotaenia sp. nov. 'Malanda,' a stunning and unique freshwater fish species renowned for its vibrant colors and distinctive beauty.

🌿 Conservation in Focus: By wearing this pin, you not only exhibit your passion for aquatic biodiversity but also actively contribute to Lily Ichthyology's tireless efforts in freshwater conservation. 100% of the proceeds from each pin purchase directly funds initiatives that safeguard endangered freshwater species and their habitats.

🤲 Your Purchase, Their Protection: Lily Ichthyology is at the forefront of freshwater species conservation, advocating for these fragile ecosystems through research, education, and community engagement. Your purchase plays a pivotal role in supporting these critical initiatives, allowing us to work towards a sustainable future for these invaluable aquatic species.

📍 Versatile Accessory: Beyond being a beautiful statement piece, this enamel pin serves as a conversation starter, sparking discussions about the importance of preserving our planet's freshwater treasures. Adorn your backpack, jacket, hat, or any item you choose, and proudly declare your commitment to conservation.

🎁 Ideal Gift: Share your passion for freshwater conservation by gifting this pin to fellow environmental enthusiasts. It makes a meaningful present for those who appreciate the remarkable beauty of aquatic life and wish to contribute to its protection.

Join us in the crucial effort to safeguard the Melanotaenia sp. nov. 'Malanda' and other endangered freshwater species. Purchase our enamel pin today and wear your support on your sleeve, or wherever you choose to display it. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the preservation of our planet's precious aquatic ecosystems.

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