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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:04 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Hello  Krishna,
 
 I  went  through  your  older  posts  and  came  across  your  name  and  location,  Rourkela  Orissa.  Very Happy  
 
 
                                                 
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The  personality  pattern  of  flowerhorn  cichlids  develop  from  the  interaction  with  the  environment  which  is  normally  subject  to  limitations-  (low  social  adjustments-  single  tank  fish)  .  Each  flowehorn  brings  into  its  interaction  a  certain  biological  constitution  in  the  shape  of  a  drive,  as  well  as  intellectual  capacities  which  determines  its  reaction  to  various  factors  and  situations.     This  in  fact  is  a  logical  explanation  to  its  aggressive  behavior.                

 I  can  explain  your  tanks  supposed  peaceful  coexistence  of  various  aggressive  species  and  its  precariousness.  But  before  that  I  have  a  few  questions,  just  to  make  sure  I  have  not  misunderstood  you  Smile  
 
 "The  personality  pattern  of  flowerhorn  cichlids  develop  from  the  interaction  with  the  environment  which  is  normally  subject  to  limitations-  (low  social  adjustments-  single  tank  fish)"
 1)  The  personality  of  individual  fish  is  due  to  its  interaction  with  its  environment  and  not  a  inherited  trait.  So  if  we  keep  a  docile  fish  in  a  single  fish  tank  and  later  introduce  it  into  a  tank  with(Thought  to  be)aggressive  group  of  fishes  who  have  been  together  since  Juveniles,  then  the  same  docile  fish  will  overpower  the   tank?
 
 "Each  flowehorn  brings  into  its  interaction  a  certain  biological  constitution  in  the  shape  of  a  drive,  as  well  as  intellectual  capacities  which  determines  its  reaction  to  various  factors  and  situations"
 Here  you  have  separated  the  trait  of  "individual  drive"  from  personality.  Correct?  
 Intellectual  capacities?  In  a  flowerhorn?  Can  you  please  define  intellectual  capacities  and  post  any  tests  you  might  have  done  to  validate  the  same?
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:11 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Hello  Nayak,
 
 Pls.   don't  mind  about  my  query  !!
 
 In  this  thread  in  couple  of  post  U  are  asking  about  "education  or  profession"  of  the  member  who  are  posting  their  comments  here.........How  it  helps  you  !!
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:17 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Thank  God,  Abhis9  Very Happy  
 
 At  last  someone  asked!  Its  summer  time  now,  and  as  you  know  its  the  holiday  season.  Kids  are  logging  in  to  the  net  as  never  before  and  they  have  grown  up  on  a  heady  diet  of  social  networking  sites.  You  can  see  for  yourself  in  the  post  by  some  new  members.
 
 Regarding  me  asking  them,  In  fact  I  am  trying  to  ascertain  their  age.  Already  there  are  rumours  of  some  people  being  harsh.  I  do  not  want  to  be  one  of  them  by  posting  a  tough  reply  to  a  young  kid!!!!
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:19 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

                                                   
maverick4300  wrote  (View  Post):                
that's  a  valid  point  made  based  on  keen  observation,  madhu.   Clapping   Clapping                

 Madhu  has  always  been  keen  observer  about  Flowerhorns.
 He  is  always  at  his  best  when  the  topic  is  about  his  favorite  fish.  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:20 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Nayak,  education/profession  is  not  mandatory  but  for  your  satisfaction,  pl.  note  im  a  graduate  &  a  govt.  servant.  hope,  it  satisfies  u.  Smile   Smile   Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:22 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Ah,  That  explains  it  all
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:42 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 for  you  i  may  look  as  a  ring  master  ....but  to  say  you  one  thing  no  one  here  rules  the  fish  
 
 i  am  a  bit  shot  tempered  and  by  the  way  if  you  want  expetrts  advice  please  post  here  or  else  get  lost  
 
 and  by  the  way  you  are   a  graduate  or  a  govt  servent  it  doesent  change  the  universal  truth  that  flowerhorns  are  far  more  aggressive  than  normal  cichlids  
 
 i  hope  many  under  18  are  their  i  dont  want  to  use  any  BEEPS  ...........  
 
 everyone  care  for  fishes  not  for  idiots  like  you
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:50 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Hey  come  on...........cool.........
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:54 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Peace,  Gentlemen  &  no  personal  attacks  please.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:57 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Ok....Nayak  got  the  point........but  I  think  it's  happening  last  few  months.............I  observed  few  posts  by  some  members  and  to  me  it  seems  to  be  same  as  you  mentioned.........  Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 2:01 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 I  appeal  to  all  new  members  here  that  this  a  very  useful  forum  to  learn  about  the  hobby,  even  though  I  have  seven  years  or  may  be  more   experience,  I  learnt  a  lot  when  I  only   came  here  on  this  forum  before  
 I  just  use  to  read  the  posts  casually  .  there  are  loads  of  articles  on  the  internet  one  can  read  it  but  actual  learning  happens  after  you  have  experienced  the  same.  Dont  just  keep  advising  on  the  forum  without  first  hand  experience  just  because  you  are  here  on  IAH,  your  advise  may  misguide  some  one  really  seeking  answers.
 I  agree  with  Nayak  there  are  lots  of  new  users  preaching  here  without  experience  and   digging  the  old  threads  and  replying  it  without  checking  out  the  dates
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 2:06 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 On  a  visit  to  the  zoo,  I  came  across  Tiger  cubs(orphans)  playing  with  a  large  pet  dog  of  the  zoo  personnel.  In  every  instance  of  my  observation  of  about  15minutes  the  dog  over  came  the  Tiger  cubs  in  their  duels.  In  each  instance  the  Tiger  cubs  were  on  their  backs  in  submission!  So  should  I  conclude  that  the  dog  is  mightier  than  the  Tiger?
 
 
 Good  afternoon,
 
 This  might  be  a  type  of  explanation  to  the  above  question  
   
 
 Sorry  for  the  late  reply.  I  have  a  few  points  that  can  explain  a  few  facets  of  the  details:
 
 Each  of  the  above  stated  animals  has  a  specific  cluster  of  personality  patterns.  The  behaviors  displayed  above  are  the  features  of  “surface  traits”  ,  which  shows  the  influence  of  environmental  molding,  which  again  “change”  as  per  situation  (i.e.-  the  present  situation).   The  source  traits  are  the  changes  in  the  shape  of  environmental  factors  which  affects  the  surface  trait  (i.e.-tiger  cubs  take  over  the  situation  after  they  grow).   
 
 These  personality  traits  are  overlapped  to  such  an  extent  that  an  analysis  of  personality  patterns  of  these  animals  may  fail  to  reveal  the  integration  and  hide  the  interaction  each  trait  has  with  each  other.  Thus  it  quiet  difficult  to  judge.  Each  of  these  traits  have  an  unique  element  which  helps  these  cubs  develop  their  own  idiomatic  way  of  meeting  the  demands  and  opportunities  of  life  and  this  further  develops  their  own  pattern  which  governs  the  future  behavior.  Though  the  cardinal  or  unique  traits  pervasively  dominate  over  most  of  the  activities,  however  hereditary  endowment  remains  dormant  and  the  behavior  is  largely  framed  on  the  platform  of  developmental  history  and  the  never-repeated  external  influence.   
 
 Please  understand  that  the  self  concept  of  each  individual  animal  is  largely  influenced  by  the  interrelationship  of  the  roles  which  may  be  dominant  or  minor  at  different  ages.  This  is  further  decided  upon  by  the  level  of  satisfaction  it  gives,  thus  giving  a  route  to  influence  ones  adjustments  in  life.  So  in  fact  one  cannot  interpret  which  one  of  the  dog  or  tiger  is  mightier.
 
 
 I  believe,  this  discussion  is  more  of  a  conflict  than  of  any  informative  one.  I  don't  have  any  disregards  for  any  experts  in  here,  but  yes,  any  satirical  comment  is  also  not  expected,  neither  is  invited  when  one  talks  of  a  different  viewpoint.  However  i  might  be  wrong  in  many  points,  and  yes  this  might  not  be  a  good  place  for  people  like  me.   it  would  be  kind  on  the  part  of  any  moderators  to  close  the  discussion.  
 
 Thanks  for  the  replies.   
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 2:37 pm Post subject: Re: Flowerhorn Community tank Reply with quote

 Posted:  Wed  Apr  06,  2011  1:29  pm  Post  subject:  Re:  Self  Introduction   
 hi,  this  is  lalit.  Though  i  am  new  to  this  hobby  but  aquariums  have  always  fascinated  me.  I  have  a  132  ltr  tank  (30in  *18in*15in)  with  a  variety  of  fish  ranging  from  angels  to  cichlids.  Total  of  15  fishes.  I  have  yet  to  breed  them.
 
 
 
 
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 Emmanuel,  its  my  commitment  only  that  i  am  regularly  posting  messages.  i  am  sharing  my  experiences  &  not  bullshitting  anything.  i  m  not  boasting  of  any  "claim  to  fame"  or  being  an  expert,  as  might  be  an  an  implication  here.  true  spirit  of  a  forum  is  to  respect  everyone  in  the  forum.  People  are  expert  in  their  field  yet  cannot  dare  to  guarantee  success  in  the  endeavour  which  is  based  on  natural  instincts  &  behaviour.
 
 so  kindly  need  not  comment  biasly  because  in  the  end  u  would  be  fooling  urself.   Shocked   Shocked   Shocked
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 @Maverick  first  of  all  you  improve  your  tank  mates  condition  "15  cichlids  fishes  with  angel"  where  as   angel  is  also  a  cichlid  is  too  crowded  for  the  size  of  the  tank
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