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retro_gk
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 11:26 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hmm....
 
 AFAIK,
                     The  only  verified  source  where  E.canarensis  have  been  collected  from  is  the  Kumaradhara  river  
                     They  are  exclusively  feshwater
                     The  best  time  to  collect  them  would  be  now!!!  their  breeding  season  is  dec-feb,  so  you  will  be  able  to  get  juvies  now,  which  may  prove  to  be  easier  to  maintain  in  captivity...
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 I  agree  with  retro...
 
 every  search  has  shown  that  these  guys  can  be  found  in  western  ghats,  the  only  specific  location  i've  ever  come  across  is  uppinangady,  near  the  bridge...  
 
   :evil:  unfortunately,  can't  remember  the  site  where  i  saw  this....
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 If  Uppinnangady  is  confirmed  we  could  be  back  in  Bangalore  the  same  day  with  a  whole  lot  of  E.canarensis.  :lol:
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 Hi,
 
 Read  in  one  of  the  websites,  prices  are  around  37.50  Pound  sterling  each  for  these  fishes  abroad.Looks  like  we  are  all  gonna  go  for  a  great  Uppinagady  Safari  ........
 
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 Hi
 Yes...They  are  in  great  demand  in  France...btw,  isn't  that  the  banded  chromide  on  the  IAH  logo?    Very Happy  
 
 Checkout  these  pics...
 
 http://www.aquanet.de/privat/albering/indien.htm
 
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 Yes!  The  IAH  logo  is  inspired  by  canarensis.
 I  remember  that  it  was  debated  whether  to  have  that  as  the  logo  as  most  people  couldnt  recognize  the  fish.
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 madan,
 
 it  would  still  be  a  two  day  trip...  uppinangady  is  about  300  odd  kilometers  away.    that  7  hours  or  so  of  going  and  7  hours  or  so  of  coming....  plus  the  time  required  to  fish...  we  can  travel  overnight  to  uppinangady  and  then  fish  the  day  away  and  then  come  back  in  the  night....
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 Hey  guys,
 
 I'm  a  member  of  http://www.fishindex.com/  and  i  was  looking  through  their  library...  i  found  that  they  have  classified  E.  Canarensis  and  E.  Suratensis  as  South  American  fishes....  :evil:  
 
 http://species.fishindex.com/9
 
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 Lancelot,  not  with  my  driving...  Uppinangady  is  not  7  hours  away.....  Ghats  or  no  Ghats  I  was  there  in  4.5  hours  flat  and  it  is  less  than  300  kms.  What  says  Ravi,  Scorpio  will  do  it  quicker?
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 I'd  say  my  bike  will  beat  all  you  cagers'  times...    :wink:
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 Abhi  Ok  la  Ok,
 
 BTW  the  best  time  to  leave  on  this  trip  would  be  5:00  AM  and  breakfast  at  Uppinangady  at  9:30  AM.  Fish  all  you  want,  and  drive  back  slowly  if  you  are  tired.  Once  you  get  off  the  ghats  while  it's  still  daylight  then  it's  OK.
 
 The  important  thingy  is  to  get  there  before  the  day  gets  too  hot.  Traffic,  upturned  lorries  permitting.
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 I  personally  don't  feel  that  that  the  'Etroplus  Canarensis'  is  all  that  rare  and  difficult  to  find.
 Maybe  the  only  verified  source  where  'Etroplus  Canarensis'  have  been  collected  from  is  the  Kumaradhara  river.
 But  I  won't  be  suprised  if  we  find  them  for  sale  in  the  poor  fisherwoman's  basket  unless  the  'Tilapia'  has  replaced  it.
 No  hobbyist  and  no  internet  for  miles  around  maybe  a  good  thing  for  the  fish.  
 I  grew  up  in  that  area.
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 Trevor  where  does  this  Kumaradhara  river  flow?  Is  it  the  same  one  flowing  under  the  Uppinangady  bridge?
 
 You  grew  up  in  that  area,  that's  why  I  am  asking.
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 Both  the  River  Kumaradhara  and  Netravathi  flow  on  either  side  of  the  town.  There  are  two  bridges.
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 Well  E.canarensis  is  found  on  the  Kumaradhara  River,  at  Kalikai,  South  Kaikamba,  South  Canara.
 
 Reported  in  Positions:  Latitude  -  13  Deg  3.6  min  N,  Longitude  -  75  Deg  1.8  min  E.
 
 Another  reported  position  is:
 Latitude  -  13  deg  06  min  N,  Longitude  -  75  Deg  03  min  E.
 
 By  A.G.K  Menon  and  others  of  the  ZSI.
 
 I  don't  know  how  accurate  these  positions  are,  but  now  that  I  have  a  hand  held  GPS  I'm  game,  more  over  the  area  is  more  or  less  clearly  known.
 
 So  Trevor  the  Mariner  who  grew  up  in  the  area  will  please  comment.
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