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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:48 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Hi  Yogesh,
 
 Can  you  give  a  little  more  input  about  these  kind  of  trips  in  general  and  what  kind  of  fish  to  expect  in  the  river  near  Godhbandar?
   
 For  instance:
 
 1.  What  is  the  equipment  to  be  brought?  (I  guess:  Fish  Net  used  in  aquariums  and  plastic  bags  are  the  bare  minimum.  Larger  fishing  nets  and  possibly  a  compressed  O2  tank  are  good  ideas.  Anything  else?)
 
 2.  What  kind  of  fish  would  a  habitat  like  this  have/support?
 
 I  can't  think  of  any  other  questions  right  now  (probably  because  it's  close  to  1:30  AM  after  a  really  really  long  day  at  work).  But  I  am  sure  you  already  know  what  other  question  first-timers  like  me  are  bound  to  have  Smile  )
 
 
 I  understand  the  primary  objective  of  this  trip  is  to  enjoy  the  day  and  the  experience  and  the  company  of  fellow  hobbyists.  Smile  Any  specimen  collected  is  probably  an  added  bonus.  
 
 (Also,  at  the  risk  of  sounding  a  bit  competitive  with  the  Bangalore  guys,  I  will  try  to  bring  Plum  Cakes!   Chuckle)
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:14 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

                                                   
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@Bhushan
 Thanks  for  the  comment  on  photos.  What  did  you  mean  to  say  by  this  :  Back  then  going  north  from  Dahisar  after  the  'check  naka'  there  use  to  be  a  lot  of  seasonal  water  bodies.  I  believe  that  won't  be  a  case  now.  
 
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 Ashish  ,  I  meant  back  in  the  late  '90s  if  you  traveled  along  the  Western  express  highway  past  Dahisar  there  use  to  be  quiet  a  few  seasonal  water  bodies  which  use  to  be  teaming  with  aquatic  life.  I  believe  with  all  the  development  in  that  area  now  most  of  them  would  have  vanished.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:56 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Ashish  ,  I  meant  back  in  the  late  '90s  if  you  traveled  along  the  Western  express  highway  past  Dahisar  there  use  to  be  quiet  a  few  seasonal  water  bodies  which  use  to  be  teaming  with  aquatic  life.  I  believe  with  all  the  development  in  that  area  now  most  of  them  would  have  vanished.
 
 Ohh  yep!  No  but  if  we  go  in  rainy  reason  we  can  see  small  water  bodies.  But  some  are  turned  into  Nallahs.   Crying or Very sad  
 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:02 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 @SidRock
 You  can  find  green  chromides,  Oryzias,  jarbua,  and  some  types  of  barbs.  If  you  can  bring  mosquito  net,  that  will  be  great.  
 
 All  types  of  free  edible  food  items  are  welcomed.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:16 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 i  am  game  do  let  me  know  the  time  and  place  to  meet
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:26 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Can  you  give  a  little  more  input  about  these  kind  of  trips  in  general  and  what  kind  of  fish  to  expect  in  the  river  near  Godhbandar?
 Hi  Sid,  personally  I've  never  explored  this  waterbody  so  far  though  watching  it  for  so  many  years.  But  believe  me  such  trips  are  great  stress-busters  for  weekend.
 
 What  is  the  equipment  to  be  brought?  (I  guess:  Fish  Net  used  in  aquariums  and  plastic  bags  are  the  bare  minimum.  Larger  fishing  nets  and  possibly  a  compressed  O2  tank  are  good  ideas.  Anything  else?)
 For  fishing,  best  is  custom  long-handled  nets.  We  used  mosquito  nets,  bottle-traps,  local  bowl-trap  as  well  in  our  previous  trips.  Plastic  bags,  rubberbands  &  battery-operated  airpump  if  required.
 
 What  kind  of  fish  would  a  habitat  like  this  have/support?
 Personally  I  never  take  any  fish  home  other  than  Loaches  or  Garras.
 
 I  can't  think  of  any  other  questions  right  now  (probably  because  it's  close  to  1:30  AM  after  a  really  really  long  day  at  work).  But  I  am  sure  you  already  know  what  other  question  first-timers  like  me  are  bound  to  have  Smile  )
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 4:42 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 count  me  in  for  the  next  trip..............
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 4:52 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Sameer  is  it  for  the  trip  on  the  18th  of  his  month?
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:35 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Yogesh,
 as  of  now  im  ok  for  18th  of  April.
 
 Ashish,
 Have  Pmed  you  my  number.
 
 Sid,
 We  will  hold  you  to  your  word  with  regard  to  the  cakes  as  well  as  the  quantity  seen  in  this  image.  Smile  The  ones  in  the  image  look  yummy...
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:49 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 hey  Alistair,
 
 i  hope  you  do  not  back  out  last  moment.
 
 regards,
 
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i  hope  you  do  not  back  out  last  moment                

 Last  moment  back-outs  is  a  part  of  such  collection  trips  and  like  Trevor  said  various  valid  reasons  are  humbly  accepted  with  gullibility.  Chuckle  
 I  sincerely  hope  Ali  will  not  give  taang  at  the  last  moment  as  we  would  need  his  skilled  photography  to  capture  fishy  moments.
 
 Unfortunately,  Suneal  is  not  available  for  this  trip.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:57 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

                                                   
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 (Also,  at  the  risk  of  sounding  a  bit  competitive  with  the  Bangalore  guys,  I  will  try  to  bring  Plum  Cakes!   Chuckle)
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 We  Bangalore  guys  need  some  competition.  Hogging  Pav  bajji  and  Plum  cakes  with  some  knock  out   Drinking  at  your  meets  could  shake  us  up.  Chuckle
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 Yo  you  guys,  don't  talk  of  prepared  foods.  
 The  way  you  postpone  your  meets,  cooked  foods  will  lead  to  poisoning.
 
 Talk  only  of  raw  ingradients.  Chuckle  
 
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 Hey  Madan,
 
 we  will  make  sure  that  the  18th  trip  happens  with  vadapao  and  drinks.
 
 regards,
 
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