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 The  article  on  the  collection  trip  is  already  up.
 Get  on  to  this  link  now  -
 
     The  Article  on  Puntius  denisonii
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 that  first  barb,  a  Puntius  everetti?
 
 also  do  you  have  a  pix  of  that  Puntius  mahecola  ?
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 Hi  hwchoy,
 
 I  am  still  not  sure  of  the  first  barbs  ID.  Unfortunately  the  few  we  got  back  died  in  the  packaging.  I  am  never  again  using  Oxy  tabs.  All  I  have  are  the  photographs  to  ID  them.
 
 The  P.mahecola,  I  don't  have  a  pic  of  as  we  did  not  want  to  get  any  back  home  and  they  would  not  have  survived  the  46  Deg  C  hot  sun  out  of  water  waiting  to  be  photographed.  They  were  released  back  straight  away.
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 The  barb  looks  like  a  P.  melanampyx...everetii  is  native  to  countries  east  of  India.
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Let's  pray  that  Elephants  and  Tigers  which  is  a  proud  symbol  representing  our  country  breeds  and  develops  well  -  Venki25                

 
   Idea  
 
 Venki,  we  shall  get  Adip  to  meet  them    :lol:  
 
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 I  have  a  Qustion  to  ask  the  redmark  on  the
 center  of  the  Boady  of  the  Puntius  extended  up  to  the  Tail  Fin,what  Species,that  would  be  called.  A  Year  back  I  have  sighted  this  with  a  Hobbyist  he  said  that  it  is  Imported                

 
 Sundar,  you  wouldn't  be  talking  of  R.  pauciperforata  would  you?
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The  barb  looks  like  a  P.  melanampyx...everetii  is  native  to  countries  east  of  India.                

 
 oh  yes,  that's  right.
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 Nice  article  and  images  of  the  fish  we  have  all  grown  to  love,  Medan.    I  didn't  get  to  see  you  folks  at  Aquarama,  thus  missed  all  those  goodies  from  India.    I  hope  to  visit  you  sometimes.    
 
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Nice  article  and  images  of  the  fish  we  have  all  grown  to  love,  Medan.    I  didn't  get  to  see  you  folks  at  Aquarama,  thus  missed  all  those  goodies  from  India.    I  hope  to  visit  you  sometimes.    
 
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 Hi  Noon,
 
 The  folks  didn't  make  it  to  Aquarama  as  their  return  tickets  weren't  confirmed.
 I  am  waiting  for  the  goodies  to  get  back  to  me  after  which  I'll  mail  them  to  you.  Sorry!
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 I  have  a  Qustion  to  ask  the  redmark  on  the
 center  of  the  Boady  of  the  Puntius  extended  up  to  the  Tail  Fin,what  Species,that  would  be  called.  A  Year  back  I  have  sighted  this  with  a  Hobbyist  he  said  that  it  is  Imported                

 
 Sundar,  you  wouldn't  be  talking  of  R.  pauciperforata  would  you?                

 
 Hi  Rahul
 
 I  do  not  know,  but  I  remember  it  was  quoted  as  American  Denisonii  Smile
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 I  do  not  know,  but  I  remember  it  was  quoted  as  American  Denisonii  Smile                

 
 This??
 
 Alternatively,  here  is  a  list  of  cyprinids  native  to  America  that    fit  your  description...see  any  that  look  similar?
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 I  do  not  know,  but  I  remember  it  was  quoted  as  American  Denisonii  Smile                

 
 This??
 
 Alternatively,  here  is  a  list  of  cyprinids  native  to  America  that    fit  your  description...see  any  that  look  similar?                

 
 HI
 
 Rahul
 
 Thanks  for  the  Inputs,  the  similarity  being  Rhicichthys  Atratulus,  the  only
 Diffrence  is  the  Center  marking,  it  was  Red,  what  I  saw,  and  Looked  100  %  similar  to  Puntius  Denisonii    Smile
 
 Beta  has  Identified  it  as,  Puntius  Bimaculatus.
 
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 P.  bimaculatus  looks  nothing  like  P.  denisonii  Confused  ..it  is  a  silvery  yellow  fish  with  black  dots  at  the  base  of  the  dorsal  and  caudal  fin...
 
 How  big  was  this  "american  denisonii"  ?    :wink:
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P.  bimaculatus  looks  nothing  like  P.  denisonii  Confused  ..it  is  a  silvery  yellow  fish  with  black  dots  at  the  base  of  the  dorsal  and  caudal  fin...
 
 How  big  was  this  "american  denisonii"  ?    :wink:                

 
 Hi
 
 Rahul
 
 P.Denisoni  was  3  inch  in  length  and  looked  broder  and  swimming  up  wards
 like  a  Torpedo  and  the  color  of  the  Fish  was  very  Impresive.  Chennai  water  PH  is  8  Plus  nothing  survived.  Even(  Kerala  Queen)  P.Denisonii  also
 never  lived  up,  to  Chennai  water.
 
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 are  you  sure?  I  thought  only  the  females  looked  that  way:
 http://www.zoopet.com/fiskar/fisk.php?NR=886
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