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Glaniopsis Multiradiata
March 25, 2010
6:25 pm
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Matt
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Is it just me or do all the pictures on the net labelled as this species actually show a Liniparhomaloptera sp.? /unsure.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":unsure:" border="0" alt="unsure.gif" /> In the revision paper I have all Glaniopsis spp. look almost Schistura-like but with a rounded snout. Have a look at these from: Roberts, T. R. 1982 The Bornean gastromyzontine fish genera Gastromyzon and Glaniopsis (Cypriniformes, Homalopteridae), with descriptions of new species. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences (Series 4) v. 42 (no. 20): 497-524.

Glaniopsis denudata:

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G. gossei:

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G. hanitschi:

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G. multiradiata:

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This is the only image of a certified live one I've been able to find (G. hanitschi):

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What do you guys think? Have any of these been in the trade?

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Cake or death?
March 27, 2010
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hi Matt
it's a kind of mistery. when I was preparing the article about borneosuckers I tried to get pictures of glaniopsis and more infos. Graeme and Martin just had these loaches-pictures which unfortunately were not apt for printing. about infos: in 2006 there must have been a shipment to europe as in a forum-talk an aquarist reported a desease in his g. multiradiata. the pictures on loaches have been taken 2006, but Graeme/Martin couldn't furnish more infos.
would be great to hear more
cheers Charles

March 28, 2010
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Hmm thanks Charles. Here's G. hanitschi again:

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April 4, 2010
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hi Matt
did I mention that P. Dickmann reported some infos about glaniopsis in general in one of his articles (DATZ 9/98 if I remember right)? he says they go up to more than 1500 m - gastromyzon up to this line - and require more oxygen and lower temperature. when found at lower levels together with gastros always staying in the most turbulent waters.
could be the reason why they are not easy to tansport and to keep
if I find time for a pfd ...
cheers Charles

April 4, 2010
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Ooh that would be great Charles! I sent the pictures above to Troy - maybe he'll recognise them.

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