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aquascapes
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 5:14 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 fishcos,  thanks  for  the  inputs!  and  welcome  to  IAH!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2006 9:32 pm Post subject: Re: corals Reply with quote

                                                   
fishcos  wrote:                
Hi,
 
       As  per  wild  life  protection  act  1972  the  banned  corals(coelenterates)are,1)Reef  building  coral(all  scleractinians)2)black  coral(all  antipatherians)3)organ  pipe  coral(Tubipora  musica)4)Fire  coral(all  millipora  sp.)5)Sea  fan(all  gorgonians)
 
 Part  4B      Mollusca.
 
                   1)Cassis  cornuta  2)  Charonia  tritonis  3)Conus  milneedwardsi  4)Cypreacassis  rufa  5)Hippopus  hippopus  6)Nautilus  pompilicius  7)Tridacna  maxima  8)Tridacna  squamosa  9)tudicla  spirillus
 
 Part  4C  Echinodermata
 
                       Sea  cucumber  (all  holothurians)&Sea  horse                

 
 can  someone  provide  us  with  some  good  photo  ids  which  can  help  all  of  us  to  easily  identify  the  taboo'd  marine-life  (at-least  a  link)
 I  have  many  photos  but  from  books  and  can't  use  them  here!
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 @kochu,
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 I  am  sorry  i  spoke  out  of  turn.  It  happens,  if  you  are  a  lawyer    Sad  .  But  I  did  not  mean  to  tell  everyone  that  that  you  can  just  subvert  law.  For  a  serious  person,  who  is  QUALIFIED  and  research  oriented,  there  are  methods.  Thats  what  I  meant.
 I  agree  corals  are  NOT  for  the  newbie  or  for  even  medium  experience  persons.  It  took  me  years  to  master  the  techniques.
 where  can  I  get  the  list  of  things  we  can  keep??  Has  someone  compiled  them??
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 4:51 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 @kochu,
 I  respect  your  dedication  to  the  hobby  -  welcome  to  IAH!
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 Wow..I  just  checked  a  couple  of  links  on  this  post  and  came  across  the  mandarin  dragonet  fish.googled  it  and  found  that  its  native  to  the  indian  ocean.  
 Does  anyone  keep  this  fish  ?
 Are  there  any  LFS's  in  india  selling  fish  like  these    ?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 6:14 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Thumb Up  did  in-fact  get  them  a  while  ago  but  from  Singapore  -  not  seen  them  locally  available
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 Thats  wierd.Those  fishes  have  their  habitat  in  the  indian  ocean  .Why  singapore  ?  
 
 what  are  the  marine  fish  available  at  south  india  apart  from  butterflies  ,  damsels  ,  wrasses  ,clown  fish  and  lion  fishes  ?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 9:07 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 well,  Shankar  will  be  a  lot  of  help  there!
 I'd  say  a  lot  of  triggers,  surgeons,  tangs,  lion,  some  angels  etc.
 God  knows  what  the  Tsunami  did  to  the  fish  habitats  Crying or Very sad
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 well  could  not  resist  but,  introduce  my  new  tank  occupants
 
 
 
 
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 Very  nice  indeed,  Aqua.  
 Let  me  know  what  kind  of  equipment  and  lighting  you  are  using  ,  mate.
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Very  nice  indeed,  Aqua.  
 Let  me  know  what  kind  of  equipment  and  lighting  you  are  using  ,  mate.                

 If  you  are  following  the  thread  -  I  already  discussed  it  earlier  -  no  difference  in  the  set-up  only  new  addition  now  is  the  cooling  fan  from  azoo  and  daily  water  top-ups!
 However  I  am  facing  a  new  challenge  now  -
 my  zooanthids  are  in  danger  as  I  have  some  free  unwanted  pests  -  zooa  eating  nudis    Sad    (I've  become  shikari  shambhu  now  -  hunting  for  the  pests)
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2006 8:11 pm Post subject: caution! Reply with quote

 all  you  people  following  this  thread  please  click  on  the  below  links  and  'DO'  read  them  down  to  the  last  word...
 I  hunted  for  a  profile  on  the  nudis  that  were  found  in  my  tank  and  the  profile  exactly  match  the  inverts  mentioned  in  the  below  links    Surprised  
 will  also  provide  a  photo  shortly
 link  #1
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