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Aplochelius sp. Wild Caught near Shimoga.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 10:41 pm Post subject: Aplochelius sp. Wild Caught near Shimoga. Reply with quote

 Hi  guys,
 
 Trevor,  Nayak  and  Adip  went  on  a  fish  collection  trip  to  Shimoga  and  beyond.
 
 I  have  just  completed  photographing  one  of  the  types  of  fish.
 
 ID  anyone?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 I'll  be  posting  more  pics  of  barbs,  shrimps,  danios(?)  as  soon  as  I  photograph  them.
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 Looks  like  Aplocheilus  lineatus  to  me.
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Looks  like  Aplocheilus  lineatus  to  me.                

 
 I  told  Adip  that  and  got  a  mouthful.  Very Happy
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 Hi,
 
 I'm  sure  I  can't  even  begin  to  identify  these  but  they  look  exactly  like  the  ones  that  used  to  be  caught  in  Mumbai  (lineatus???).  Last  time  I  caught  them  was  in  1995  or  so...
 
 Most  of  them  just  had  the  stripes  but  some  had  the  red  dots  and  the  red  edging  to  their  fins...  
 
 I  really  must  get  off  my  butt  and  catch  some  more  to  check  the  identity...  Chuckle  
 
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Looks  like  Aplocheilus  lineatus  to  me.                

 
 I  told  Adip  that  and  got  a  mouthful.  Very Happy                

 
 The  most  plausible  explanation  is  once  Adipa  got  into  the  water  the  fishes  started  putting  on  their  breeding  colours  Very Happy
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Looks  like  Aplocheilus  lineatus  to  me.                

 
 Beta,
 
 Is  this  same  as  Golden  Striped  Panchax?
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 These  are  the  ones  we  caught  in  Tada:
 
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 Yeah,  from  the  looks  of  it  and  what  I  saw  at  Adip  place,  they're  same...only  if  Adip  agrees...  Chuckle
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 A.  lineatus  it  is.
 
 @Ajai,  the  goldan  panchax  is  a  selectively  bred  lineatus.
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 Here  are  a  few  others,
 
 ID  please,
 
 
 
 
 
 Especially  this  one
 
 
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 Puntius  semifasciolatus?
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 The  first  pic  has  P.  ticto  (or  a  species  from  that  complex),  and  P.  fasciatus
 
 The  loach  is  a  Lepidocephalichthys,  probably  L.  gunthea
 
 I'd  say  the  third  fish  is  a  juvenile  Puntius  sahyadriensis.
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 Rahul,
 This  is  the  loach  that  i  wanted  to  ID  more  than  a  year  back,  which  I  collected  from  Kolli  Hills  (part  of  the  eastern  gharts).    I  dont  think  these  are  L.gunthea  as  the  ones  i  have  are  very  slender  (similar  in  shape  to  N.guntheri.    I  guess  L.gunthea  has  a  stocky  body.
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 All  the  gunthea  I've  seen  have  been  fairly  slender...
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 I  was  thinking  it  was  Lepidocephalus  thermalis
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