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  Topic: Channa ID pls

Replies: 14
Views: 1625

PostForum: Native Indian Fishes   Posted: Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:09 pm   Subject: Re: Channa ID pls
Thanks for the link

I remember, we used to catch snakeheads (not sure of the species) when I was kid. We catch them in small ponds and lakes near my home. But now its impossible, because the area is full of buildings.

They are called Korava meen in Tamil. Once we had a good catch of barbs, catfishes, some kind of transperant fishes and snakeheads and left them in a large cement tank.

In about 10 days, only the largest snakehead remained in the tank. I believe they were killed by the large snake head. Lost some gold fishes too.

  Topic: Need tips on housing these beauties!!!!! also need ID

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PostForum: Native Indian Fishes   Posted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 6:52 pm   Subject: Re: Need tips on housing these beauties!!!!! also need ID
Yes they are real beauties. If they are in a planted tank, people may not notice that this fish is in the tank. They blend well with the sorroundings.

Unfortunately I was not able to feed them tiny live feed  Sad . Just look at the size of their mouth.

They are peaceful and move slowly. See to that you dont have bullies like tiger barb in your tank.

  Topic: 78g Low Tech, Rainbows Planted Tank Update - Photos

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PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 2:47 pm   Subject: Re: 78g Low Tech, Rainbows Planted Tank Update - Photos
Thats a beautiful tank. Good selection of plants for a lowtech setup. Nice pictures too.
The advantage of having the plants in containers is that you can rearrange the plants easily  Smile .

  Topic: Tank setup for T.Duboisi

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PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 2:34 pm   Subject: Re: Tank setup for T.Duboisi
My Experience ...

I had 10 T Duboisis in an outdoor 3 X 2 X 2 tank. They grew up with minimal care.
Provided seperate hiding places i.e., arranged the rocks in seperate piles in such a way that they dont come in to each other's line of vision.  Lots of floating plants.

When you have 10 of them they will be too busy chasing(dominant) or hiding(submissive). So you can add other fishes to the tank as long as the bioload is not heavy. I had them in a tank with about 30% fresh water running daily.

Initially had them with Malawis and then later moved them to a 6 feet tank when they were adult and added 20 T Moories juveniles. The tank had 2 large DIY top filteration, and water change was done only once in a week.

The tank was bubbling with activity. However the Duboisis never bothered the Mooris and vice versa.

In fact the Duboisis started breeding, and 2 females were holding, unfortunately the fries never hatched, not sure about the reason.

The only problem is they get stressed when you change the arrangement of rocks or move them from one tank to another and take a long time to settle.  

  Topic: How to feed vitamins to my goldies?

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Views: 3215

PostForum: Fish Food   Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 1:25 pm   Subject: Re: How to feed vitamins to my goldies?

I found some links that could be of some use for you.





  Topic: What's NOT your fish?

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Views: 14966

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 4:22 pm   Subject: Re: What's NOT your fish?
1. Plecos
2. Arowanas
3. Sharks

- Veera
  Topic: how to achieve crystal clear water in a planted tank?

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PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 4:12 pm   Subject: Re: how to achieve crystal clear water in a planted tank?
HI Dheev,

Is the problem with color of the water or suspended particles in the water? Since you are using peat, the water will be discolored.

If there are lots of suspended particles, try what Deepak had suggested.

If you still have the same problem, try to place the internal power filter on the opposite end of the inlet of canister filter and make the water output from the internal filter flow towards the inlet of the canister filter. This will also create a lot of current towards the inlet of canister filter.

Clean the glass frequently, sometimes the water will look cloudy when algae and other fine particles is sticking to the walls of the tank, even though the water is clear.

Also, before you do the gravel siphoning, switch off the filters for around 15 minutes, so that the particles get settled to the bottom.

  Topic: One of Bangalore's best planted aquariums.

Replies: 27
Views: 4722

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 3:32 pm   Subject: Re: One of Bangalore's best planted aquariums.
Thats a very beautiful tank  Thumbs Up

Its good to see such tanks with info about the plants. This will encourage and help newbies.

Its good that hobbyist keep posting their tank photos and info.  
I know some people who have beautiful planted tanks, but dont post pictures, because they believe in "evil eyes"  Chuckle .

  Topic: Pl tell me what you think of my tank

Replies: 78
Views: 12363

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Tue May 22, 2007 7:00 pm   Subject: Re: Pl tell me what you think of my tank

Did you add more light to it? Looks more bright in this picture or did you keep the exposture time higher.

Your tank looks better than the last time I saw it  Thumb Up and the plants are denser.
For a non-co2 and low light planted tank its very good  Thumbs Up .

I also suggest that you go for a bigger native indian tank  Very Happy .

  Topic: Aquarama 2007

Replies: 31
Views: 5688

PostForum: Events   Posted: Tue May 22, 2007 1:23 pm   Subject: Re: Aquarama 2007

Get in touch with me when you are here. My cell number is 93514062.

I have not registered for farm visits cos I will be visiting the exibition on both days.

- Veera
  Topic: Aquarama 2007

Replies: 31
Views: 5688

PostForum: Events   Posted: Thu May 10, 2007 10:19 am   Subject: Re: Aquarama 2007
For now I can see Lawrence and Aditya are confirmed visitors.
Anyone else coming?

I am already in Singapore. Catch you guys on 26th.

- Veera
  Topic: spawning mops-how to make them?plz help!

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Views: 1225

PostForum: Breeding & Fry Care   Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2007 4:44 pm   Subject: Re: spawning mops-how to make them?plz help!
Hornwort or Ceratophyllum demersum plants makes excellent spawning medium.
They are floating plants and need not be planted in the substrate and can grow in medium light.

They also serve as a good hiding place for the fry.

  Topic: Electronic CO2?

Replies: 9
Views: 979

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 11:57 pm   Subject: Re: Electronic CO2?
Its possible by using electrolysis. I found a thread in thekrib. Take  a look http://www.thekrib.com/Plants/CO2/electrolysis.html.

However I am not sure of the results since I don't know anyone using them.

- Veera
  Topic: help for oxygen plant

Replies: 24
Views: 4564

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 8:16 pm   Subject: Re: help for oxygen plant

Oxygen is very easily soluble in water. All you need is a good air pump with an airstone and a power head for water circulation(if the tank is big).
This will produce excess of oxygen.

- Veer
  Topic: Id and details of the plant ...

Replies: 25
Views: 1482

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 3:11 pm   Subject: Re: Id and details of the plant ...
If you have a digicam or a cell phone with camera, please post the picture of the plant. That will be easier to ID the plant.

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