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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:32 am Post subject: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

 I  am  very  concerned  about  the  state  of  fish  species  all  over  the  world.  But  in  your  country  you  have  some  species  that  have  caught  my  interest,  namely  Ctenops  Nobilis.  Is  this  fish  in  an  endangered  condition?  I  want  to  try  to  breed  them  but  it  has  become  incresingly  hard  to  find  them  here  in  the  USA.  What  are  your  thoughts  on  my  intent  to  breed  and  can  you  direct  me  to  where  I  might  be  able  to  aquire  them??
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 1:48 pm Post subject: Re: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

 Hello  Skipp,  Welcome.   Smile  
 
 I  dont  think  there  has  been  any  official  survey  to  find  out  the  population  in  the  wild.  But,  looking  at  the  frequency  of  their  availability  in  the  exporter's  list  all  round  the  year,  I  am  sure  they  are  nowhere  in  danger,  as  of  date.
 
 These  fish  are  not  good  travellers.  Anyways  try  getting  in  touch  with  customerservice  [at]  franksaquarium  [dot]  com  for  these  Ctenops,  as  they  seem  to  be  in  touch  with  our  exporters  here.
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 1:57 pm Post subject: Re: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

 You  might  find  this  info  useful
 
 http://www.petfrd.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24683
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:41 pm Post subject: Re: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

 I  truely  thank  you  all  for  your  help  &  information.  A  lot  of  the  sites  I  have  visited  do  not  receive  newcomers  so  graciously.  I  feel  quite  welcomed  here.  Thumb Up  
 
 Truely  appreciative,
 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 31, 2009 3:11 pm Post subject: Re: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  truely  thank  you  all  for  your  help  &  information.  A  lot  of  the  sites  I  have  visited  do  not  receive  newcomers  so  graciously.  I  feel  quite  welcomed  here.  Thumb Up  
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:20 pm Post subject: Re: The state of Indiginous Species Reply with quote

 I'm  a  fishkeeping  fool!!!  I  have  had  all  kinds  of  exotic  fish.  I'm  mostly  a  keeper  of  predators:  Snakehead  Fish,  Datnioides,  Ctenopomas,  Erpetoichthys  Calabaricus,  Arowanas,  ect.  I  currently  have  only  one  tank  set  up  right  now,  and  it  is  my  wifes,  a  community  tank  Sad  .  But  my  turn  is  coming.  I  truely  want  to  try  to  successfully  keep  the  Indian  Gourami  (Ctenops  Nobilis).  They  are  a  unique  fish  in  shape  and  temperment.  I  hate  the  fact  that  the  US  has  banned  the  Snakehead  Fish.  You  cant  import  or  even  get  caught  dead  with  one  or  it's  a  stiff  fine,  I'm  not  going  to  do  anything  illegal  anyway,  but  this  was  my  favorite  species.  I'm  thinking  about  aquiring  a  120  gal.  cube  for  the  Gouramis,  with  a  wet/dry  filter  &  a  canister  filter  as  my  chemical  purifier.  Also  have  any  of  you  ever  used  these  new  LED  lights  in  the  aquarium???  I  have  heard  that  they  are  very  bright  and  the  light  penitrates  deep  into  the  tank  creating  a  shimmering  ocean  effect.  Let  me  know.
 
 Thank  you  all  for  your  hospitality,
 
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