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madhu_ulysses
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 8:28 am Post subject: What natives you have? Reply with quote

 Just  thought  of  starting  a  thread  to  write  down  the  natives  we  have  so  that  newbies  who  are  interested  in  keeping  natives  could  know  atleast  what  is  available!
 
 Here  Goes  my  List:
 
 Cichlids:
 Etroplus  canarensis  (I  guess  for  all  those  who  have  it,  its  their  pride)
 E.maculatus
 
 Barbs:
 Puntius  denisonii,  Puntius  filamentosus,  Puntius  mahecola,  Puntius  sophore
 
 Loaches:
 Botia  lohachata,  Botia  striata
 
 Eels:
 Mastacemblus  armatus,    Macrognathus  aculeatus,  Gymnothorax  tile
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 10:52 am Post subject: Re: What natives you have? Reply with quote

 [quote="madhu_ulysses"]
 
 Loaches:
 [i]Botia  lohachata,  
 
 Hi  Madhu
 Is  this  one  what  is  known  as  "rani  loach".
 They  did  not  last  long  in  my  tank  Sad
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 11:01 am Post subject: Re: What natives you have? Reply with quote

 [quote="sandeepraghuvanshi"]                                                  
madhu_ulysses  wrote:                

 
 Loaches:
 [i]Botia  lohachata,  
 
 Hi  Madhu
 Is  this  one  what  is  known  as  "rani  loach".
 They  did  not  last  long  in  my  tank  Sad                

 
 No  Sandeep,
 Botia  almorhae  and  Botia  lochata  are  the  same  names  for  YoYo  Loach.
 Rani  or  Queen  loaches  are  Botia  dario.  (experts  correct  me  if  I  am  wrong).
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 Some  of  the  native  fishes  I  have..
 
 Chela  laubuca
 Paleomonetes  sp  (Glass  Shrimp)
 Danio  malabaricus
 Puntius  bimaculatus
 Killi's
 
   Cheering
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 Only  Etroplus  canarensis  is  at  home.
 Have  kept  Ctenops  nobilis,  Hara  hara  and  Hara  jerdoni  with  Venket  for  safekeeping  till  my  fishroom  is  ready.
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 Have  got  a  lonely  "Ornate  tiger  sand  loach",  dont  remember  the  sci.  name  though  Smile
 
 Also  had  a  Malabar  danio  (Danio  Malabaricus  ?)  and  a  Rasbora.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 5:02 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hi:
 
 Etroplus  Canarensis...
 Mystus  Vittatus...
 Barbus  Arunavili...
 P.  Dennisoni...
 
 Are  with  me  currently...
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 Hi
 
 Have  had  the  Etroplus  maculatus,Etroplus  suratensis,  Puntius  denisonii,  Puntius  mahecola,Botia  lohachata  and  Botia  striata  in  the  past.
 
 Dont  have  any  as  of  now.Wish  to  keep  a  Etroplus  canarensis  sometime  Smile
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 Hi
 
 Here's  what  I  have  ....
 
 Barbus  filamentosus  -  Filament  Barb
 Puntius  (barbus)  denisonii  -  Denisonii
 Botia  striata  -  Stripped  Loach
 Botia  dario  -  Queen  Loach
 Botia  almorhae  -  YoYo  Loach  
 Mesonoemacheilus  triangularis  -  Zodiac  Loach  (this  one  was  once  upon  a  time)
 and  ...  how-could-I-forget-my-beloved
 Scatophagus  argus
 
 Regards
 
 Suby
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 It's  not  just  all  the  fish  listed  -  it's  just  the  humble  litttle  dwarf  gourami
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 E.  canarensis,  Devario  aequipinnatus,  Chela  Sp.
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 Hi  all,
               .Had  a  pair  of  Etroplus  Canarensis  but  gave  it  to  Trevor
               .Botia  striata
               .Botia  dario
               .Given  Hara  Hara  to  a  friend  who  found  it  a  very  interesting  looking  fish                
                 and  really  wanted  it  so  gave  it  to  him
               .Badis  Badis
               .Barbus  conchonius  var.    
                 
   Thats  All
   Nikhil
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 Hvae  Only  a  pair  of  Badis  Badis.
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 I  have  seen  Pristolepis  marginata  in  one  of  my  local  shops  here  in  London.
 Been  wondering  whether  to  get  them?
 Any  suggestions  on  their  requirements?
 
 I  have  previously  bred  orange  chromides  from  India.
 
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 P.  marginata  are  fairly  aggressive  and  grow  quite  large...  Otherwise,  care  is  similar  to  that  for  Anabas  spp.  Heavily  planted  tanks  are  best.
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