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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 8:36 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Nice  work  Kaushik  !
 
 You  can  submit  this  as  an  article  here  -  http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/modules.php?name=Submit_News
 
 The  editors/admins  will  process  it  and  put  it  up  on  the  homepage.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 10:19 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Hayath
 Thanks  for  your  appreciations  and  will  do  the  same  as  referred  by  you.
 You  will  be  glad  to  note  that  I'm  not  only  doing   bookish  work,  in  fact  I'm  doing  my  part  to  save  the  species  from  extinctions.  You  know  as  we  are  suffering  from  drought  in  this  part  of  central  India,  me  and  my  friend  Pradeep  currently  doing  a  project  to  save   18  types  of  fishes  and  5  types  of  aquatic  plants  which  we  collected  from  our  surrounding  lakes  and  rivers  and  will  back  them  to  the  same  native  sources  in  the  month  of  July  and  August.We  have  started  this  work  from  January  09  and  keeping  them  in  cemented  tank  in  Pradeep's  wire  house   so  that  they  would  not  extinct  ,  I  will  write  a  full  article  after  we  successfully  back  them  in  their  respective  sources.  
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 10:55 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

                                                   
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Dear  Hayath
 Thanks  for  your  appreciations  and  will  do  the  same  as  referred  by  you.
 You  will  be  glad  to  note  that  I'm  not  only  doing   bookish  work,  in  fact  I'm  doing  my  part  to  save  the  species  from  extinctions.  You  know  as  we  are  suffering  from  drought  in  this  part  of  central  India,  me  and  my  friend  Pradeep  currently  doing  a  project  to  save   18  types  of  fishes  and  5  types  of  aquatic  plants  which  we  collected  from  our  surrounding  lakes  and  rivers  and  will  back  them  to  the  same  native  sources  in  the  month  of  July  and  August.We  have  started  this  work  from  January  09  and  keeping  them  in  cemented  tank  in  Pradeep's  wire  house   so  that  they  would  not  extinct  ,  I  will  write  a  full  article  after  we  successfully  back  them  in  their  respective  sources.  
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 Dr  Kaushik,
 
 May  I  know  the  names  of  the  18  types  of  fishes  and  5  types  of  plants  which  are  endemic  only  to  that  lake  and  river  from  which  you  have  collected  them?  
 I  am  a  bit  confused  about  this  free  usage  of  the  word  extinct.  Can  you  please  elaborate?  Smile  
 
 Is  Checkered  barb(Barbus  oligolepis)  also  part  of  your  collection?
 
 I  have  kept  Scarlet  Badis  for  a  long  time  now.  I  was  of  the  opinion  Scarlet  Badis  was  the  common  name  of  Dario  dario.  It  looks  like  I  was  wrong  since  you  have  mentioned  them  as  two  different  species.  Can  you  please  post  the  picture  of  these  distinctively  different  fishes  for  comparison?
 
 
 Thanks  in  advance,
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 11:09 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Rasik  N
 Our  collection  includes.  Ambasis  ambasis,  Chada  Ranga,  Collisa  l,  Collisa  (Blue  colours)),  Chala,  Danios,  Puntis  (one  spot,  2  spot),  Mystus  Gulio,  Pabda,  Mourla,  Kanchnar,  Fresh  water  Goby(G  Gurio),  Tiger  loaches  and  other  3  type  of  loaches  and  several  type   eels(You  can  see  those  spc.  photo  in  early  post-  Fish  ID)  
 Plants  includes  Dwarf  Vals,  Hygrophilla,  Rotala  indica,  Hair  grass  etc.
 By  the  way  we  collected  them  From  Gambhir,  Sirpur  Dam  and  river  Kshipra  which  are  the  main  water  bodies  in  this  region.
 Im  answering  your  rest  Q.  very  soon.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 2:05 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Kaushik  before  you  submit  the  article  correct  the  numerous  errors  there  in,.  If  the  Admins  have  to  do  the  corrections  then  it  will  no  longer  remain  your  article.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:55 am Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Kaushik,
   It  is  heartening  to  know  the  effort  you  and  your  friend  are  making.  However,  the  information  being  provided  needs  to  be  verified  correctly.  
 
 Many  people  looking  for  some  information  "might"  get  mis-guided  (though  I'm  sure  that  was  not  your  intention  at  any  point).  
 
 Once  we've  ironed  out  the  errors,  I'm  sure  this  will  make  for  a  fantastic  article.
 
 The  species  listing  you've  mentioned  
 
 *****  POST  SNIP****
 Ambasis  ambasis,  Chada  Ranga,  Collisa  l,  Collisa  (Blue  colours)),
 Chala,  Danios,  Puntis  (one  spot,  2  spot),  Mystus  Gulio,  Pabda,  Mourla,
 Kanchnar,  Fresh  water  Goby(G  Gurio),  Tiger  loaches  and  other  3  type  of
 loaches  and  several  type   eels(You  can  see  those  spc.  photo  in  early
 post-  Fish  ID)
 *****  POST  SNIP****
 
 None  of  these  are  likely  to  see  "extinction",  and  found  in  abundance.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:19 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Dear  Madan
 
 I  will  keep  your  point  in  mind.  No  problem  If  the  admin.  correct  it  and  omit  my  name  from  it.  Still  I'm  happy  to  share  the  data  with  fellow  hobbyist.
 Hayath  none  of  the  species  is  endangered  rather  than  endemic.  The  Sirpur  and  Gambhir  dam  is  now  became  a  play  ground  and  river  Kshipra  is  going  in  the  same  way  and  will  completely  dried  at  the  end  of  this  month.That's  why  we  are  trying  to  save  the  small  species  and  will  return  in  the  monsoon.Perhaps  you  can  see  related   news  in  Dainik  Bhaskar.com  or  Free  press  .com.
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 Boss,  if  the  Admins  have  to  correct  this  article,  they  have  to  rewrite  the  complete  article.  Sad  but  true.  One  thing  I  can  tell  you  for  sure  none  of  the  Admins  or  Moderators  have  been  to  the  biotopes  you  mentioned  and  we  don't  want  to  write  without  getting  our  feet  wet  in  the  said  places.
 
 When  you  have  gone  so  far,  why  don't  you  sit  down,  do  a  thorough  reading  of  your  resources  and  then  present  it  properly,  then  it  would  make  an  excellent  reference  point  for  others.  There's  no  hurry,  take  your  time.
 
 You  might  have  been  wondering  why  an  Admin  has  stepped  in  after  30  odd  posts,  well,  some  are  just  plain  polite  to  point  out  the  errors  in  public,  and  I  don't  want  to  mention  the  other  reasons.
 
 "Verifying"  information  does  not  stop  at  the  Buy/Sell  section  alone,  it  also  extends  to  general  posts  in  the  forum.
 
 Kaushik,  you  started  with  a  nice  framework,  work  on  it,  it's  not  easy  but  then  writing  never  is  easy.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 1:55 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 Thanks  Madan  for  your  kind  words.  Surely  I  will  do  more  works  in  this  areas.
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 18  types  of  fishes  and  5  types  of  aquatic  plants  which  we  collected  from  our  surrounding  lakes  and  rivers  and  will  back  them  to  the  same  native  sources  in  the  month  of  July  and  August.
                 

 
 
 Does  this  mean  you  are  planning  to  release  these  fish  after  keeping  them  in  captivity  and  if  yes,  do  you  think  thats  advisable????
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 12:16 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

 excellent  post  thanks  a  lot...  Clapping   Clapping
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 2:32 pm Post subject: Re: An Article on Different Indian Biotope(East & N.E. I Reply with quote

                                                   
Kaushik  wrote  (View  Post):                
Different  Indian  Biotope(East  &  North  East  India)
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 Fishes-   Scarlet  Badis,  Dario  Dario,  Checker  barb  (Barbus  oligolepis),  Zebra  danios,  Tiger  loaches,  Indian  Zebra  Shrimp  Caridina  sp.,  Hara  Hara,  Devario  devario                

 Great  article!  it  is  a  great  help  for  creating  a  biotope  tank!,  but  I'm  somewhat  confused,  as  far  as  I  can  find  Checker  barb  (Barbus  oligolepis)  is  from  Indonesia  (Sumatra),  is  it  also  native  from  Indian  streams?
 Are  Hara  jerdoni,  Erethistes  pusilus  and  Puntius  gelius  also  native  to  the  Himalayan  streams  habitat?
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 nice
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