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Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 8:38 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Nice  pics  and  a  great  collection  trip.  Thumb Up  
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 8:44 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Hi  Guys,
 
 the  trip  would  not  have  been  so  much  fun  if  it  was  not  for  you  all.
 
 had  a  good  time  and  I  am  looking  foward  to  some  more  trips  like  this.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:29 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Could  the  unidentified  black  and  white  fish  be  some  sort  of  killifish  ?  I  think  I  have  seen  something  similar.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 8:23 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

                                                   
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Could  the  unidentified  black  and  white  fish  be  some  sort  of  killifish  ?  I  think  I  have  seen  something  similar.                

 
 No  way  can  it  be  a  Killi.  It's  a  Gobi.  Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 8:38 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Looked  pretty  big  in  size  for  a  killi.  And  was  spotted  in  an  area  where  the  water  was  very  brackish.  Peter  can  vouch  for  that,  as  he  tasted  the  water.  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2010 1:10 am Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 sorry  for  late  posting  
 @  all  -  got  some  shrimps  &  a  good  shaped  driftwood  from  the  collection  trip  ......just  want  to  treat  it  PP  and  boiling  water  and  will  then  post  you  all  with  pictures  ....
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:17 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Hi  guys!!
 
 i  have  uploaded  the  pics  on  picasaa  both  taken  on  the  trip  as  well  as  after  the  fish  is  in  the  tank!!
 
 http://picasaweb.google.com/110460346271878009583/FishTripChenaRiver#
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 24, 2010 5:49 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 hi  all,
 
 yep  da  water  was  salty.  brackish  less  more  towards  sea  water.
 
 guys  abt  the  striped  fish  which  alsitar  clicked.  i  have  a  hunch  that  its  a  saltwater  fish.  as  i  have  seen  kind  of  similar  fish  in  the  worli  sea  shore  (  my  house  is  very  close  to  sea  shore)  have  seen  similar  fish  wen  they  are  healthy  they  are  kind  of  little  lighter  in  shade..  there  were  one  or  two  instance  i  have  seen  fish  with  this  pattern  but  it  seemed  it  was   sick  or  injured.  but  m  not  sure  wether  its  the  same  fish.  in  our  local  language  its  called  as  bouyti.   and  da  juvi.  of  this  fish  look  similar  to  the  one  in  the  pic  but  have  a  lighter  shade  as  it  like  to  hide  in  da  barnicle  infested  rocks  &  clams(  kalwa  ).
 
 the  babies  of  green  cromide  are  doing  gud..  havent  changed  da  water  yet.  they   seem  to  like  brineshrimps..  they  have  lost  the  dark  colouration  as  seen  in  picture..  long  time  ahead  to  raise  them..  will  keep  you  all  posted  abt  it...
 
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PostPosted: Wed May 19, 2010 10:36 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Updated  pics  of  two  species  I  retained.  Both  these  aggressive  eaters  have  settled  really  well  &  growing.  Smile  
 
 G.  giuris
 
 
 E.  maculatus
 
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 Looking  good  Yogesh.  My  maculatus  are  extremely  boisterous  and  even  take  on  clown  loaches  4  times  bigger  than  themselves.
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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 8:34 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Yo  right,  Ali.  I  gave  away  little  ones  to  someone  &  kept  this  single  chap.  Very  much  animated  particularly  during  feeding  time.  Sometimes  it  snag  with  my  bigger  Yoyo  but  never  goes  to  giuris.
 
 BTW  not  heard  from  Bhushan  yet,  shall  we  plan  for  Badlapur  on  29  or  30th  ?
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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2010 8:54 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Badlapur?  i  thought  the  next  trip  was  being  planned  to  lohgad!!  well  all  the  fish  I  took  from  the  chena  river  survived  and  are  doin  great  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 5:59 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Sorry  guys,  My  next  few  weekends  would  be  packed,  so  may  not  be  able  to  join  you  all,  in  case  anything  is  planned.  Still  will  try  to  squeeze  in  last  moment  if  possible.
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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 9:13 pm Post subject: Re: Indian biotope: Habitat study trip near Mumbai. Reply with quote

 Bhushan  has  updated  he's  available  for  trip  on  27  or  29th  of  this  month.
 Anyone  coming  to  Badlapur  on  29th?
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 Yogesh,  I  would  really  appreciate  if  we  can  plan  some  thing  on  the  29th  or  27th.
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