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May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery.
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 3:12 pm Post subject: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 The  usual  suspects,  Dinesh(Diwan),  Siddharth  (Sid_P),  Debtirtha(Sid’s  friend  and  official  photographer  Razz)  and  me  headed  out  for  a  fish  collection  and  habitat  study  trip  to  the  Cauvery  river.  It  was  a  great  trip  and  lots  of  fun….
 
 We  collected  the  following  species  of  Fauna….
 
 1. Aplocheilus  Blockii
 2. Aplocheilus  Llineatus
 3. Aplocheilus  Panchax
 4. Badis  sp.
 5. Channa  Gachua
 6. Channa  Punctata
 7. Devario  Malabaricus
 8. Glossogobius  Giuris
 9. Lepidocephalus  Thermalis
 10. Mastacembelus  Armatus
 11. Oryzias  Dancena
 12. Parambassis  Ranga
 13. Puntius  Bimaculatus
 14. Puntius  Conchonius
 15. Rasbora  Daniconius
 16. Schistura  Semiarmatus
 17. Schistura  sp.
 18. Cardinia  sp.
 
 Siddharth  Should  be  able  to  post  pictures  of  the  fish  tonight
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 3:21 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Thats  a  really  huge  catch..Looking  forward  for  the  pics   Smile
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 3:32 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 you  guys  didnt  collect  any  plants  ?
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 4:21 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 hay  good  collection.Waiting  for  the  pics  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 4:28 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 waiting  for  the  pics  and  where  exactly  did  you  go  in  banglore  for  this  trip.......
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 5:40 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Great  going  guys  !
 
 I  don't  see  Puntius  vittatus  in  the  list  !
 
 Must  go  catching  !
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 7:33 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

                                                   
hrishi007  wrote  (View  Post):                
Thats  a  really  huge  catch..Looking  forward  for  the  pics   Smile                

 
 Most  of  the  fishes  were  let  off...only  a  few  of  them  travelled  with  us  to  Bangalore!
 
 Hopefully  should  be  able  to  post  the  pics  by  tonight   Smile  
 
 
 
 
                                                 
Eureca  wrote  (View  Post):                

 you  guys  didnt  collect  any  plants  ?
                 

 
 we  didnt  callect  any  plant  apart  from  foxtail...there  should  be  some  pics  hopefully..need  to  check
 
 
 
                                                 
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 Great  going  guys  !
 
 I  don't  see  Puntius  vittatus  in  the  list  !
 
 Must  go  catching  !
                 

 
 +1  on  the  Vittatus...even  I  was  hoping  to  get  a  few  specimes   Sad
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 7:45 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Looking  forward  to  the  pics  Sid,  especially  of  you  know  what.   Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 8:29 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Hey  Sid,  you  promised  me  to  get  some  panchax  last  time  we  met  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 9:48 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 I  did  bring  Back  one  more  plant  that  looks  like  it  might  be  a  good  fore  ground  plant.  
 Here  are  pictures  of  both  the  emmersed  as  well  as  immersed  growth  of  the  same  plant....
 
 Immersed  growth:
 
 
 Emmersed  growth:
 
 
 Hope  to  get  this  growing  in  a  pot  before  replanting  in  a  tank....
 
 With  the  recent  rains  the  water  level  has  increased  and  we  found  lots  of  small  juvenile  killies.  
 The  normal  sized  adults  were  in  deeper  water  and  harder  to  reach.
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 10:14 pm Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Very  cool  plant.
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 12:36 am Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Some  more  pics  of  the  plant  Preetam  has  already  posted  -  
 
 Immersed  form
 
 
 The  leaves  appear  to  have  different  shapes  in  immersed  and  submerged  form
 
 
 Looks  like  it  could  be  used  to  grow  a  really  nice  carpet  
 
 
 The  common  catch  -  Puntius  Conchonius  aka  Rosy  Barb
 
 
 Preetam  is  amazing  in  spotting  fishes  in  the  wild.  Usually  buried  under  the  sand,  even  glossogobius  giuris  coudlnt  escape  his  expert  eye!
 
 
 This  loach  was  caught  alongside  schistura  semiarmatus.  Looks  like  denisonii  but  the  pattern  and  colour  stumped  me!  Can  anyone  confirm  the  ID?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Loach  Biotope
 
 
 Killies  showing  some  amazing  colours!
 
 
 Channa  Punctata.  Or  was  it  gachua  Confused  ..dont  rber  and  cannot  make  out  from  the  pic!
 Was  let  off  after  the  click.  I  got  a  bigger  Punctata  which  is  settling  down  in  the  tank.
 
 
 We  had  a  gut  feeling  we  will  get  some  Badis  and  we  did!  They  are  everywhere...I  wonder  why  we  never  noticed  them  earlier   Smile  Maybe  we  were  just  dismissing  them  as  P  cupanus   ROFL  
 
 The  Badis  spot
 
 
 We  got  2  kinds  of  specimen.
 
 First  one
 
 
 Second  one
 
 
 So  much  effort  and  a  Danio!  (#%&*($&#*_#   Mad  
 
 
 Rosy  Barb!  Edit!  
 
 
 The  rest  of  the  images  will  follow  as  soon  as  the  fishes  get  settled  in  the  tank.
 
 All  pics  are  courtesy  our  official  photographer  Debtirtha  Das   Smile
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 7:32 am Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 The  plant  looks  like  Bacopa  monieri.  A  bog  plant.  Does  not  do  well  in  an  aquarium  for  long.
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 8:55 am Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 +1  with  Madan  sir,
      I  found  these  in  my  native  pondand  tried  to  grow  in  aquarium,  but  grew  like  stem  plants  rather  than  carpeting  plants..
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 9:11 am Post subject: Re: May 1st - Fishing trip to Cauvery. Reply with quote

 Lovely  fishes  and  nice  Pictures.
 
 Sid,  any  Chicken  left  in  Hassan  Disrtrict?  Chuckle  
 
 Preetham,  Do  you  have  that  Badis?  would  love  to  see  it  in  person.
 
 And  that  Loach  is  Schistura  denisonii!  The  color,  Blame  it  on  the  rains  Very Happy  
 
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