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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:43 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Abhi,
 I  would  like  to  have  a  look  at  pics  of  your  pond.  Best  of  luck  with  the  denisonii  Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:57 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Hi  Abhis9,
 
 Wow  a   pond  with  denisonii,   Thumb Up  
 
 Can  you  please  tell  me  how  many  male  and  how  may  female   denisonii  you  have  in  the  pond  ?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:04 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Ouch.  I'll  be  watching  this  thread  --  looking  forward  to  knowing  more  on  that.  No  matter  how  hard  I  try,  for  the  life  of  me  I  could  never  tell  the  difference  between  male/female/in-betweener  Denisonii  barbs.
 
 
 
                                                 
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Hi  Abhis9,
 
 Wow  a   pond  with  denisonii,   Thumb Up  
 
 Can  you  please  tell  me  how  many  male  and  how  may  female   denisonii  you  have  in  the  pond  ?                
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:16 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 @  Arnab
 
 Is  that  Denisonii  displyed  as  your  Avtar  ?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:19 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Yes  Niroo,  that  is  from  the  450L  planted  natives  tank  we  set  up  last  year.
 
 
                                                 
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@  Arnab
 
 Is  that  Denisonii  displyed  as  your  Avtar  ?                
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:36 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 I  heard  that  Heiko  Bleher  and  /  or  one  of  the  other  speakers  mentioned  about  breeding  P  denisonii  at  the  Kolkatta  Aqua  show  a  few  weeks  ago.
 Probably  someone  who  attended  their  talk  can  throw  some  light  on  sexing  P  denisonii.
 I  also  heard  they  lamblasted  everyone  of  the  Organisers  including  the  MPEDA  officials  for  their  lack  of  knowledge  and  for  providing  zilch  support  to  people.
 
 I  hope  those  who  attended  their  talk  will  share  information  and  not  keep  it  all  to  themselves,  you  can  never  take  it  with  you.  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:57 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 P.  denisonii  is  not  that  hard  to  sex...
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 ...  why  do  you  always  leave  us  in  the  dark,  Rahul?
 
 I  guess  you  derive  pleasure  from  watching  us  wait  in  anticipation.   Chuckle
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2009 5:03 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Having  a  pond  is  a  damm  dream!!  let  alone  having  so  many  cool  fish  along  in  it.  Thumb Up  
 
 Well  Suraj,  would  the  algae  eaters  sweep  away  the  eggs  too  along  with  algae?   I  mean  the  algae  eaters  I  am  thinking  about  are  plecos/garras/HS  loaches.  Really  interested  to  know  the  different  better  pick.  Smile  
 
 Well  Abhis  ji,  i  guess  you  owe  IAH  a  party  with  such  awesome  stride  Cheering  hope  we  IAH  get  some  freebies  of  baby  denisonii  very  soon.  How  about  some  
 -moss  too  inside  the  tank?  to  catch  hold  of  the  eggs.
 -some  hornwoth  to  hold  eggs
 -shrimps  to  do  bottom  feeding,  have  got  decent  inputs  that  they  dont  eat  away  the  eggs,  especially  the  cherryshrimp  etc.
 EDITED  Doh  -CRS  not  cardina
 
 algae?  well  how  would  algae  make  visibility  bad?  unless  its  green  water.  Let  the  algae  be  on  the  walls,  it  would  not  do  any  spoil  sport  for  sure  Thumb Up  if  its  shrimp-loving  algae,  thee  shrimps  must  do  a  bit  of  goodness  with  it  Very Happy  
 
 Do  share  the  pics  with  us,  and  if  possible  the  method  of  filteration  for  the  huge  tank.
 
 
 Goodluck.
 Thankyou.  Smile


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...  why  do  you  always  leave  us  in  the  dark,  Rahul?
 
 I  guess  you  derive  pleasure  from  watching  us  wait  in  anticipation.   Chuckle                

 
 I  keep  hoping  people  will  have  an  "a-ha"  moment  and  find  the  answer  themselves  Razz
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2009 2:01 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 @saikumar
 
 buddy  red  cherry  shrimps  are  nor  caridina  species..they  are  neocaridina  species  and  they  eat  eggs...they  do  eat  most  of  the  eatable  item  that  do  not  move...including  sick/dieing  fish  too...and  about  glass  shrimps(most  regular  caridina  species  in  freshwater  shrimp  trade)  do  eat  small  fishes  too...they  eat  up  anything  they  get  including  live  worms,  dry  worms,  smaller  shrimp  or  fishes.....so  if  breeding  is  intention  then  shrimps  are  really  not  recommended...but  u  well  said  about  moss...this  are  perfect  medium  to  hold  and  protect  the  eggs....
 
 happy  fish  keeping  Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2009 4:29 pm Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Thankyou  again  Souvik  Thumb Up  
 
 Reg  the  shrimp  doubt  you  got  a  PM,  or  you  can  add  me  on  gmail/talk  
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 don  wanna  take  the  thread  off  topic  Smile  
 
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 okkis  Smile...actually  i  replied  because  the  matter  was  about  compatibility  related  to  breeding...neway   no  offence...one  more  update...today  abhi  da  bought  16  more  denisoni  Razz
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:56 am Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Hello  Friends,
 
 I  have  small  news  for  u  ......
 
 At  last  after  6  month  my  denisonii  produce  around  couple  of  thousands  eggs.  It  happens  in  last  week.  But  last  week  I  was  so  busy  and  also  in  Kolkata  is  so  hot  weather  I  cannot  take  a  good  care  of  them  and  so  that  other  fishes  (Palty)  destroy  lots  of  eggs.  Still  I  am  unable  to  add  some  flow  to  my  pond  but  this  time  I  will  not  going  do  any  mistake.
 
 Many  thanks  to  my  all  well-wishers  &  my  special  regards  to  Mr.  Heiko  Bleher  for  his  superb  guidance.
 
 I  am  extremely  sorry  that  I  am  unable  to  post  any  photograph  because  I  don’t  have  any  Camera  and  my  friends  who  have  the  Camera  most  of  them  out  of  Station.  Anyway  I  will  try  my  best  to  post  some  photograph.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 9:22 am Post subject: Re: denisonii Compatible Fish Reply with quote

 Well  well  Abhis..  things  are  moving  now...  Congrats!!   Clapping  
 
 I  am  first  in  the  line  to  get  some  babies...  I  am  sure  you  will  have  success..  
 and  you  still  did  not  tell  me,  where  did  you  manage  to  get  so  many  denisonii  from??
 
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