I have the Black Bar Endler which I got from AdrianHD at SwampRiverAquatics. When I got these I researched them and was led to believe they are threatened in the wild but are pretty prolific in the hobby. I have since kept them in thier own 20 gallon and only put other species in that tank that had no threat of hybridization. I got them and dedicated myself to keeping a pure line of them before I was even aware of the redlist and C.A.R.E.S. On the trip to Milwaukee with Dr Paul V. Loiselle I brought them up and Dr. Loiselle indicated they are not as threatened in the wild as I once thought. But then Ted pointed out that there is the issue of how easily these hybridize, and that this would be a species that we might want to lists as a MAAH priority species for that reason. While I don't feel like I "have any skin in the game" I do keep these and intend to continue keeping them. Whichever way the club decides to handle this I will continue to keep a pure line. So should we list them on our Priority list or not? The fact of the matter is that for 30 dollars shipping included I can have a fresh pair of class N endlers shipped to my door.