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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 10:54 am Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hi  All:
 
 I've  a  band  wagon  with  me...
 I'm  trying  to  get  the  Govt.  IB  booked  (the  whole  of  it,  except  the  MLA  quota)...
 
 I'll  be  accompanied  by  five  OR  more  people...
 So,  will  be  coming  with  two  vehicles...Any  vacancy  will  be  updated  here  and  those  who  want  to  get-in,  pls  confirm...
 
 Nayak,  my  booking  for  the  rooms  remain  unchanged...
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 Hi
 
 Nayak
 
 Please  Book  2  Bed  A/C.  1  Room  for  Self.  I  am  in  Bangalore,  tomarrow
 will  be  staying  with  my  friend  at  Koramangla,  shall  Check  up  with
 him  for  Transportation,  and  also  with  Chennai  guys  about  their  Plans.
 
 Thanks  in  Advance
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 12:45 pm Post subject: Subramanya Reply with quote

 Hi,
 Looks  like  they  will  be  two  dozen  of  us.
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nag  wrote:                
Hi  All:
 
 I've  a  band  wagon  with  me...
 I'm  trying  to  get  the  Govt.  IB  booked  (the  whole  of  it,  except  the  MLA  quota)...
 
 I'll  be  accompanied  by  five  OR  more  people...
 So,  will  be  coming  with  two  vehicles...Any  vacancy  will  be  updated  here  and  those  who  want  to  get-in,  pls  confirm...
 
 Nayak,  my  booking  for  the  rooms  remain  unchanged...
 Thanks,                

 Hi  Nag,
               We  will  be  staying  overnight  at  Subramanya.
 
 As  far  as  I  know  there  is  no  Govt.IB  in  Subramanya.
 
 In  the  unlikely  event  that  there  is  first  find  out  how  many  rooms  they  have  and  book  rooms  for  twenty  of  us.
 
 That  will  save  Nayak  and  me  a  lot  of  trouble  and  an  advance  trip  to  Subramanya.  And  save  for  all  of  us  some  cash,  too.
 
 Please  confirm  latest  by  tomorrow  evening  or  else  we  will  go  ahead  as  planned  and  book  the  rooms.
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 Hi  Trevor:
 
 There  is  an  IB  located  at  entrance  gate  of  Subramanya...
 But  this  can  accommodate  only  4-6  people...
 
 I'm  even  told  that  not  much  of  facilities  are  available  there...
 
 Still  Checking...
 
 Will  update  by  the  end  of  the  day...
 But,  no  IB  (without  a  Dam  in  the  vicinity)  can  shelter  20  people...
 So,  you  may  still  hafta  travel...  Sad  
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 5:23 pm Post subject: Subramanya Reply with quote

 Hi,
         Why  don't  you  guys  concentrate  on  the  more  important  aspects  of  the  trip.
   
 Check  out  what  equipment  you  have  and  post.
 
 Detail  on  IAH  what  you  will  be  bringing  along  other  than  the  JW(Black  Label).
 
 Getting  a  load  of  buddies  along  is  not  the  objective.
 
 Leave  the  accomodation  part  to  me.  :lol:
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 Hi  Everyone,
 
 I  was  away  for  a  while,  been  busy.  Nagendra  please  count  me  in  ,  confirmed.    I’ve  rescheduled  my  Pune  Trip.
 
 Though  I  won't  be  carrying  E.canarensis  back,  people  who  are  planning  to  get  them  might  already  have  gathered  enough  information.  Anyways,  here  some  information  I  came  across,
 
 ORIGIN:  Only  Karnataka  and  the  Kumaradhara  River,  South  Canara,  south-west  India.  
 HABITAT:  Freshwater  streams  and  tributaries.  
 SIZE:  Most  references  state  it  will  reach  10cm/4",  the  species  can  grow  much  larger  .  
 WATER:  Precise  conditions  aren’t  known,  but  details  on  fish  from  the  same  river  claim  that  the  pH  is  6.0-6.5,  GH°5,  22-26°C.They  come  from  freshwater,  so  there  is  no  need  to  add  salt  to  the  tank.  
 Aquarium:  These  very  shy,  peaceful  cichlids  are  initially  tricky  to  feed,  so  don’t  keep  them  with  anything  boisterous.  They  rarely  wander  more  than  30cm/12”  from  the  shoal.  My  six  fish  are  kept  in  a  900  l./200  gal.  system  furnished  with  boulders,  bogwood  and  a  silver  sand  substrate.  The  tank  is  heavily  filtered  and  has  a  very  high  flow  rate  to  simulate  the  flowing  waters  of  their  natural  habitat.  
 DIET:  Shy  feeders  that  browse  on  aufwuchs  on  rocks  and  bogwood,  and  on  morsels  of  food  that  have  dropped  to  the  bottom.  Accept  brineshrimp,  Daphnia  ,  bloodworm  &  flakes.  
 BREEDING:  There  are  few  canarensis  in  captivity  and  no  reported  spawning.  Wild  fish  are  said  to  breed  in  their  second  year.  They  have  a  nuclear  family  with  protracted  brood  care  lasting  several  months.  The  offspring  feed  on  secretions  from  the  flanks  of  the  parents,  rather  like  juvenile  Discus.
 
 
 For  more  information  please  refer  http://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/pfk/pages/show_article.php?article_id=185
 The  above  is  the  extract  from  this  Article,  I  hope  the  Moderator  is  fine  by  this!!  Pls.  Lemme  know  
 
 Hope  this  helps.
 
 I'd  be  getting  along  my  camera,  Poly  Bags,  Boiled  rice,  Mosquito  repellent  &  let  me  see  what  else  I  can  contribute.
 
 MSG  -  Edited  twice
 
 Regards,
 
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 Some  of  the  info  on  the  practicalfishkeeping  website  differ  from  Vinny's  observations...he  reports  a  pH  of  7.3  and  hardness  of  33  ppm.  4"  would  be  a  very  large  fish,  2-3"  is  the  norm.  
 
 BTW,  why  is  everyone  bringing  boiled  rice??  for  the  fish??  Couldn't  you  just  get  some  from  the  hotel  you're  staying  at?  Confused
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retro_gk  wrote:                
BTW,  why  is  everyone  bringing  boiled  rice??  for  the  fish??  Couldn't  you  just  get  some  from  the  hotel  you're  staying  at?  Confused                

 
 We'll  be  reaching  the  hotel  after  a  lot  of  fishing  stops.  :lol:  
 
 Moreover  at  these  places  the  fish  rush  to  where  the  locals  wash  their  cooking  vessels  etc.,
 They  are  conditioned  to  eat  rice  over  the  years  I  suppose.
 No  harm  in  trying  it  ourselves.
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 ...and  home  made  rice  is  always  better  than  hotel  food  i  suppose!    :lol:
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 if  anyone  gets  hungry  they  can  join  in  the  banquet  along  with  the  fist....    Very Happy
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 I  thought  Trevor's  bait  of  choice  was  neera??  Confused    :wink:
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retro_gk  wrote:                
I  thought  Trevor's  bait  of  choice  was  neera??  Confused    :wink:                

 
 He  uses  that  to  bait  the  teetotallers.  Should  see  the  look  on  their  faces  when  he  swigs  on  neera!
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 I'm  sure  grilled  canarensis  goes  well  with  it  :twisted:
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...and  home  made  rice  is  always  better  than  hotel  food  i  suppose!    :lol:                

 
 Its  because  hotel  rice  has  soda  which  swells  in  the  stomach.  
 
 Fish  do  not  like  that  as  they  find  it  difficult  to  swim  after  eating  it.
 
 Home  cooked  rice  is  soda  free.
 
 I  will  be  bring  Hikari,  Azoo,  Ocean  free  and  Aquari  flakes  and  pellets.
 Give  the  prize  fish  a  choice.  What  with  our  Goverment  liberalisation  and  open  market  rules  the  fish  might  just  have  a  laugh  at  our  rice.  Times  might  have  changed  for  them  too.
 
   Coming  back  to  rice  its  the  boiled  rice  variety(thick  and  reddish)  the  fishes  are  used  to.  The  rice  eaten  in  Kerala  and  South  Kanara.  Not  your  pearly  white  long  grained  rice  or  Basmati.
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