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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 11:33 am Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

 Thanks  Marc,
 Some  of  the  bigger  Paras  we  caught  should  reach  your  ZSI  center  shortly.   Smile     Never  think  of  that  Glypto  being  cool.   By  the  time  that  rogue  finishes  eating,  the  entire  tank  looks  like  a  war  affected  city.
 
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 All  because  of  you  and  your  God  forsaken  Interpol  paper.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:06 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

                                                   
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Thanks  Marc,
 Some  of  the  bigger  Paras  we  caught  should  reach  your  ZSI  center  shortly.                  

 
 Thanks......would  love  to  examine  them.
 
 
                                                 
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 Never  think  of  that  Glypto  being  cool.   By  the  time  that  rogue  finishes  eating,  the  entire  tank  looks  like  a  war  affected  city.
                 

 
 Guess  all  cats  are  like  that............crazy  Smile  
 
 My  Horabagrus  does  the  same........
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:20 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

                                                   
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 Guess  all  cats  are  like  that............crazy  Smile  
 
 My  Horabagrus  does  the  same........                

 
 Poona  Balaji  should  be  the  only  one  able  to  appreciate  all  this.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:46 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

 You  aint  seen  nothng  until  you've  seen  a  G.indicus  feed.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2011 5:05 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

                                                   
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You  aint  seen  nothng  until  you've  seen  a  G.indicus  feed.                

 ...and  I  don't  intend  to.
 
 Puntius  cf.  pookodensis?  (Serrated  dorsal  spines,  shoulder  spot+caudral  peduncle  spot,  4+3  1/2  lateral  line  transverse  scales)
 
 
 Redigobius  sp.   Satara
 
 
 
 
 Acanthocobitis  moreh  Khadakvasla
 
 
 Neotropius  atherinoides  Kolli  hills
 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2011 5:48 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

 P.  dayii
 
 
 S.  denisonii  from  Type  locality  Nilgiri  foothills
 
 
 Labeo  calbasu  Stanley  Reservoir,  Mettur
 
 
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 thats  a  nice  specimen  of  p.dayii  ,interesting  to  see  these  many  variations  in  S.denisonii   Thumb Up
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 Garra  sp,  Mancholai
 
 
 Schistura  denisonii  Krishna  River
 
 
 Longischistura  striata  Satara
 
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 Puntius  filamentosus  Sangam,  Karnataka  (Cauvery  river)
 
 
 
 
 
 Puntius  assimilis  Irrigation  cannal  in  Kavundampady,  Tamilnadu  (Bhavani  river)
   
 
 
 
 
 Puntius  filamentosus  Kumta,  Karnataka  (Ahanashini  River)
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:23 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

 wow......I  just  cant  resist  filaments  of  any  kind  Chuckle  
 
 Hey  Madhu.........just  a  small  doubt,  how  do  you  differentiate  the  Ahanashini  River  P.  filamentosus  and  P.  singhala     if  you  run  your  fish  on  the  key  provided  in  the  review  of  P.  filamentosus  group  of  fishes.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:37 pm Post subject: Re: A few wild collected natives Reply with quote

                                                   
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 Hey  Madhu.........just  a  small  doubt,  how  do  you  differentiate  the  Ahanashini  River  P.  filamentosus  and  P.  singhala     if  you  run  your  fish  on  the  key  provided  in  the  review  of  P.  filamentosus  group  of  fishes.                

 
 Why  else  do  you  think  I  would  be  sending  it  to  your  distant  relative  JDM?   Sleep  
 I  ain't  gonna  say  anything  new  Marc.   Just  what  happened  with  parvus/blockii  &  amphibius/mahecola.   The  former  being  collected  in  Kumta,India  &  the  later  in  Anuradhapura,  Srilanka   Very Happy  Oops  
 With  mouth  position  &  barbel  size,  one  more  parameter  to  be  added  to  our  uncertainity  principle.   You  better  give  us  answers  rather  than  asking  questions.   Knock
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 Just  what  happened  with  parvus/blockii  &  amphibius/mahecola.   The  former  being  collected  in  Kumta,India  &  the  later  in  Anuradhapura,  Srilanka   Very Happy  Oops  
                 

 
 Well  said  Madhu.........that  question  was  just  to  highlight  that  geographic  localities  are  sometimes  the  only  way  we  can  distinguish  species   Thumb Up
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that  question  was  just  to  highlight  that  geographic  localities  are  sometimes  the  only  way  we  can  distinguish  species   Thumb Up                

 
 Whatever  we  may  argue  otherwise,  it  literally  would  mean  synonymous  in  the  end  Marc.   It  again  leads  us  to  your  logical  question  What  difference  is  difference?
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 It  again  leads  us  to  your  logical  question  What  difference  is  difference?                

 
 Very  true  Madhu   Thumb Up
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 To  add  to  it,  in  the  same  paper  as  with  the  diagnosis  of  Puntius  assimilis,  it  is  said  that  the  black  band  in  the  caudal-lobe  is  present  in  the  topotypes  whereas  they  are  absent  or  faint  in  the  ones  from  Kallada  river.   Now,  if  the  band  is  the  only  key  between  singhala  &  filamentosus,  the  assimilis  from  Kallada  should  be  placed  under  a  different  name  from  all  other  assimilis  which  has  the  band   Confused  
 You've  brought  out  a  very  interesting  point  Marc.   Thumb Up
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