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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2011 12:05 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

                                                   
Kuna  wrote  (View  Post):                
Hi  Siddharth,
 
 M  not  a  big  Channa  fan  but  when  I  saw  your  fish  in  person  I  just  loved  it.
 Try  to  take  some  good  snaps  and  post  it  so  that  others  can  have  a  chance  to  see  the  beauty.                

 
 Thanks  Prashanta.  Will  surely  post  as  soon  as  I  move  it  to  the  bigger  tank   :)
 
 
                                                 
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 I  am  seeing  the  shade  of  pink/Copper  color  on  the  dorsal  fin  on  my  Auranties  when  they  get  excited.  They  are  fighting  like  crazy  now.  The  bigger  guy  had  swallowed  the  entire  head  of  the  smaller  one.  Damn  buggers!!
 
 I  have  managed  to  kill  My  duck  weed,  so  i  will  have  to  borrow  some  back  form  one  of  you  Very Happy
                 

 
 Wait  till  they  reach  their  full  size!  lol   Chuckle
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2011 11:06 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Preeths,  incredible  amounts  of  violence  is  something  Channa  keepers  are  used  to.  Even  my  sp.  Assams,  nomrally  the  sheep  among  Channas  are  fighting  these  days,  summer  starts,  and  so  does  the  breeding  season,  I  guess  :-)
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 2:53 pm Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Still  not  able  to  set  up  the  tank.
 
 Fortunately  the  apple  snails  are  doing  good  after  the  initial  beating  and  both  the  creatures  are  now  living  in  oblivion  to  each  other's  existence.  Perfect!   Smile  
 
 The  cam  has  taken  away  all  the  blue  from  the  fish  and  converted  it  yellow  (ish).
 
 The  driftwood  and  the  loach  tank  thats  going  to  be  the  new  home.
 
 
 The  den
 
 
 The  devil
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:19 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 I  hope  you  are  not  putting  the  Channa  in  an  open  top  tank.  Channa  need  a  tight  lid  without  gaps  as  they  will  get  through  the  smallest  spaces.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:37 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Sid,  use  plenty  of  water  sprite.  It  is  a  versatile  plant;  can  be  planted  in  gravel  or  left  floating.  Good  nutrient  sops.  Doesn't  need  too  much  light.  Btw,  that  plant  from  Belgaum  you  got,  post  some  pics  of  that.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 10:53 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Sid,  the  plant  in  the  middle,  which  you  have  put  into  the  driftwood  seems  to  be  Laganendra.  Try  to  plant  it  into  the  substrate  as  I  heard  these  take  a  lot  of  their  nutrition  through  the  roots.  
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:24 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Will  try  sourcing  some  water  sprite  Gokul.  I  have  duckweed  and  water  lettuce.
 Will  send  you  a  pic  of  the  belgaum  plant.
 
 The  tank  needs  to  be  ripped  apart  Ben.  While  changing  the  substrate  will  plant  it.
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I  hope  you  are  not  putting  the  Channa  in  an  open  top  tank.  Channa  need  a  tight  lid  without  gaps  as  they  will  get  through  the  smallest  spaces.                

 
 Sorry  missed  your  post  earlier.  Have  been  keeping  Channas  for  quite  sometime.  Understand  their  normal  behaviour   Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:54 am Post subject: Re: Channa Aurantimaculata Reply with quote

 Nice  channa
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