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PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:40 am Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 12:11 am Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

 Hi  Nayak  ,  it  would  be  nice  to  see  your  adult  Barbs   Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 8:39 am Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

                                                   
andyrushworth  wrote  (View  Post):                

 Just  out  of  interest  my  local  shop  [Pier  Aquatics]  got  some  Filamentosus  that  had  a  beautiful  red  sheen  on  the  sides  ,they  were  absolutely  gorgeous  !  and  I  never  picked  any  up   Crying or Very sad  have  you  come  across  this  variety  ?                

 
 I  have  come  across  many  such  variants  around  the  Cauvery,  Bhavani  rivers.   One  I  collected  from  Mettur  few  years  back  even  had  red  caudral  fins.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 9:18 am Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

 Hi  Madhu,  
 
 Is  there  a  chance  to  get  them  in  the  Cauvery  around  Mysore,  or  would  I  have  to  move  closer  to  its  source  to  find  those?
 
 Would  be  really  thrilled  to  see  them  in  the  wild  habitat  :-)
 
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andyrushworth  wrote  (View  Post):                
Hi  Nayak  ,  it  would  be  nice  to  see  your  adult  Barbs   Thumb Up                

 
 Andy,  
 I  have  not  taken  any  pictures  for  the  past  few  months.  Give  me  a  couple  of  days  and  I  will  post  them.  Here  is  a  earlier  picture  of  my  tank.  
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 3:17 pm Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

 Nice,  Nayak,  
 
 what  are  the  fishes  which  look  like  Rasbora  danonicus  at  first  sight?  I  know  it  is  not  that  species,  but  it  looks  neat
 
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 Ben,  Sorry  I  missed  your  post.  I  have  four  different  species  of  Rasbora's,  I  think.  Need  literature  to  identify.  Will  do  so  soon.
 
 Hrishi,  Thanks  Very Happy  
 
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Gachua1  wrote  (View  Post):                
Hi  Madhu,  
 
 Is  there  a  chance  to  get  them  in  the  Cauvery  around  Mysore,  or  would  I  have  to  move  closer  to  its  source  to  find  those?
 
 Would  be  really  thrilled  to  see  them  in  the  wild  habitat  :-)
 
 Thanks                

 
 Mettur  is  just  the  down  stream  of  Mysore/Mandya.   It  shouldn't  be  difficult  to  be  found  around.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:26 pm Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

 Ops,  missed  out  on  a  lot  of  Technical  discussion   Smile  
 
 Would  like  to  point  somethings  out  -  
 
 1.  The  missing  Mascara  on  the  eyes  is  due  to  the  cam.
 
 2.  So  is  the  blue/green  colour,  the  cam  simply  turns  everything  golden  in  flash.
 
 Andy,
 3.  I  can  see  so  barbels  on  the  above  said  fish.  So  is  it  a  geographical  variation  or  they  are  filamentosus?
 
 4.  Couldnt  really  reach  a  conclusion  on  the  size  of  the  dorsal  ray.  Can  you  please  explain  it  further.
 
 5.  The  Filamentosus  I  have  is  more  reddish  in  colour  and  there  is  no  black  mascara  whatsoever.  And  there  is  no  pink/red  on  the  mouth.
   
 6.  At  3-4  inches  I  am  getting  the  filaments  on  the  filamentosus.
 
 Ben,
 Please  come  over  to  take  some  decent  pics   Smile
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 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_myv57ErtJmg/Scj8EMxEb-I/AAAAAAAAAZI/XRNDrWaG5WU/s1600-h/DSC_0001.JPG
 
 This  is  the  reddish  coloured  Filaments  that  came  in  at  Pier  Aquatics
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 Andy,  that  is  one  excellent  specimen.  Hope  somebody  bred  them,  as  there  is  a  lot  potential  in  those.  
 
 only  issue,  as  mentioned  before  is  their  habit  of  attacking  and  devouring  anything  green  :-)
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:18 pm Post subject: Re: Puntius Assimilis Reply with quote

 These  are  my  goats.  Smile  
 The  smallest  of  my  3  males  is  the  most  colourful  and  dominant  one.
 They  are  about  3.5-4  inches.
 
 Not  the  best  pics,  but  they  are  hard  to  get  when  they're  chasing  the  females.
 
 With  flash
 
 
 Without  flash
 
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 Wow,  simply  amazing  fish.  I  will  show  these  pictures  to  mine  and  hope  they  take  it  as  an  example.  I  am  also  really  amazed  that  they  leave  your  plants  in  peace.  But  looking  at  your  females,  I  think  I  ended  up  with  five  females  and  that  is  why  mine  don't  show  much  colour.
 
 They  are  even  eating  Java  ferns  in  my  tank  :(
 
 Thanks  for  the  beuatiful  pictures  :-)
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 Beautiful  pictures,  Andy  and  Kajsa.
 
 Here  are  mine...
 http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=215656#215656
 
 I  thought  Siddharth   was  annoyed  at  us  hijacking  his  thread.  Hence  did  not  post  the  pic's  here.  Chuckle  
 
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