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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 11:25 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Kaushikda,
 
 
 Only  I  can  say  -  Superb  article.....
 
 Yes  type  of  thing  generally  we  are  not  getting  ....Carry  on  and  add  more  to  rich  this  aticle…..
 
 Excellent  job...Hats  off
 
 
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 Note:  I  also  visited  some  places  in  MP  like  "Panchmari"  there  also  I  have  see  this  type  Biotope  environment.  I  was  surprised  when  I  see  in  jungle  lots  of  places  with  small  waterfall  surrounding  a  small  area  of  pond  and  I  have  seen  lots  of  small  fishes  in  a  group.  
 One  type  I  remember  it’s  a  Tetra  looks  very  similar  like  “Rummynose”.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 11:58 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Great  Article.  Very  informative  and  helpful.  Very Happy  
 
 Thank  you,  Dr  Kaushik.
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 12:05 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Superb  Effort  Kaushik.....Very  Good  Indeed.
 
 It  would  be  great  if  the  Local  Clubs  near  these  Biotope  Areas  could  actually  do  a  survey  and  collect  more  information  on  these  and  other  Biotopes.
 
 Best  Reagrds
 
 Sujoy
 
 "Panchmari"  Bio  Reserve  is  a  wonderful  place  to  do  a  collection  trip...  other  than  fishes  there  are  lot  of  aquatic  plants  as  well  and  mosses...
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 12:46 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dr.  Kaushik,
 
 Excellent  work.  This  will  help  develop  the  hobby  in  the  direction  of  creating  Indian-biotopes  in  home  aquariums  and  also  developing  knowledge  of  Indian  bio-topes.
 
 Thank  you  very  much.  I  have  been  looking  for  literature  on  Indian  bio-topes  for  native  indian  fish  but  to  no  avail  until  this.
 
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 1:42 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 excellant  article,  will  be  very  helpful  for  us.  I  would  love  to  achieve  this.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 2:01 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Good  article  Dr.Kaushik,  you  made  the  very  information  handy  here  on  IAH.  Thank  you  very  much  and  applauds  to  the  hardwork   Clapping
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 7:58 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Thanks  to  Vijai,  Dan  ,  joevimal,Shubhankar,Tirthankar,  Shamek,  bmukh,  Shishir   K.  Sandipan,  Deba,  Sujay,  Abhis,  Rasik  Nayak,  Krishna  ,  Debarghya  and  Ravi  for  your  appreciations  which  inturns  inspired  me  to  carry  out  such  survey  in  future.
 Already  I  have  collected  data  of  Sirpur  Lake,  Gambhir  river  (Indore),RanaPratap  Sagar(Rajasthan),  Bhoj  Talao(  Bhopal,  Madhya  Pradesh  ).  
 
 If  everything  goes  well  in  summer  in  my  next  attempt  I  will  cover  some  more   biotopes  including  Panchmari(Zero  point  and  Hully  falls),Ramsagar  Reservoir,Datia  District
   (  Madhya  Pradesh)  etc.
 You  Know  this  is  a  critical  time.  As  per  the  forecast  of  TERI,  Govt  of  India,  in  the  year  2035  approximately  60%  of  the  total  species  in  this  subcontinent  will  be  extinct.  Profesor  Suresh  Pachauri,  the  noble  laureate  also  campaigning  regarding  the  same  and  convinced  Gujarat  CM  Narendra  Modi  to  set  up  a  ministry   of  Global  warming.
 So  I  appeal  to  all  of  you  to  come  forward  and  spread  the  awareness  to  save  the  species  from  extinctions.  At  least  if  it  is  documented  it  could  help  others  like  Aquarist,  Researchers,  Environmentalist  etc.  to  a  certain  extend.
 If  that  happening  in  the  foreseeable  future  I  will  be  happy.
 While  collecting  data  I  have  compile  a  photo  database  of  Native  species  for  quick  identifications  and  if  any  member  from  the  forum  want  to  get  it,  I  will  be  happy  to  share  it.  So  please  send  your  Email  a/c  for  the  same.
 
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 Dr  Kaushik  Bose
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:47 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Kaushikda,
 
 Excellent  article.  Are  you  planning  to  replicate  any  of  these  biotopes  in  your  tanks.  I  am  eagerly  waiting  to  see  your  paddy  field  biotope  that  you  were  planning.  All  the  best
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:18 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Dr  kaushik,
 
 
                                                 
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While  collecting  data  I  have  compile  a  photo  database  of  Native  species  for  quick  identifications  and  if  any  member  from  the  forum  want  to  get  it,  I  will  be  happy  to  share  it.  So  please  send  your  Email  a/c  for  the  same.                  

 
 IAH  already  has  such  a  data  base  in  the  form  of  Native  fish  in  the  gallery  section.  Will  it  not  be  beneficial  if  all  the  data  including  what  you  will  compile,  be  in  the  same  place?  The  Taxonomy  of  Indian  fishes  is  one  of  the  most  difficult.  The  thing  I  know  and  learn't  is  that  the  appearance  of  Indian  fishes  from  Fry  to  Juvenile  and  adult  varies  so  much  that  I  am   Dunce  .  
 
 But  an  excellent  article  and  I  appreciate  it.
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:22 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Dr.Kaushik
 Awesome  article   Clapping  Clapping   
 and  a  great  effort   Cheer   Cheer   Bow  Bow
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:17 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 That's  a  very  good  write-up,  Kaushik.  Didn't  know  you  were  a  doctor!!
 
 I  agree  with  Nayak,  please  upload  pictures  of  the  fishes  in  the  Natives  Gallery  on  IAH.  It  will  help  everyone.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:21 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Dr.Kaushik
 You  have  done  great  effort.  This  article  will  increase  the  passion  for  homeland  fishes  and  plants.  I  also  wants  to  develop  a  aquarium  based  on  The  Great  Indian  River  GANGA.
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 Dear  Kaushik,
 
 The  effort  and  information  you  have  put  in  our  article  is  really  appreciable.  The  nature  and  its  various  creatures  are  enormously  precious.  They  are  now  endangered  or  going  to  be  extinct  one  day  unless  serious  effort  is  put  on  by  us.  The  hobbyists  like  us  are  generally  restricted  to  our  aqarium  and  tropical  fishes.  But  the  native  fishes  and  fauna  are  equally  enjoyable  and  worth  spending  time  (some  have  already  started  it).  You  have  really  done  splendid  job  and  opened  a  new  thought  for  the  persons  like  me,  who  was  born  and  brought  up  in  urban  city  kolkata  and  stayed  thereafter  in  different  industrial  areas  and  now  at  Noida.  The  biotope  on  Sundarban  is  attracing  me  very  much  -  may  be  due  to  my  little  2  cents  knowledge  on  marine  aquarium.  
 
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 Kaushik,  I  have  not  mentioned  the  article  as  'your  article'.  Its  now  our  article  -  it;s  for  all  of  us  to  nurture  and  further  propagate  and  enrich.  
 Sorry,  if  it  creates  any  confusion  to  you.  
 
 Once  agin  THANKS
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2009 7:57 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Thanks  to  Avi  ,  Rasik  Nayak,  Amitda,  Jeyath,Scorpio  and  finally  Suraj  for  your  nice  comments.Really  inspired  a  lethergic  man  like  Me  to  carry  out  similar  kind  of  Survey  in  near  Future.
 Avi  Your  Sunderban  biotopes  is  here  and  assured  you  to  come  up  with  Siamese  paddy  field  biotope  for  Betta's  very  soon.  It  is  under  constructions  and  within  a  fortnight  the  plants  will  be  in  full  growth,  Instead  of  Rice  I'm  using  Raegrass  as  main  flora.You  will  be  definitely  be  very  pleased.
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