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Nanobagrus immaculatus Ng, 2008
August 13, 2011
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Finally I got some specimen of this cute dwarf-catfish., coming from the Kahayan river drainage, southern Borneo. As the species is not very common I tried to get some pics.
First result was a "wush-pic", the fish moving like a speed-train

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that made the pic-hunt tricky but finally I could get some better shots

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the shown specimen is about TL 45 mm, that means that this one is at least fully grown. could be that holotype and paratypes were not fully grown
water is at 25°/1-3° Kh/6.5 Ph

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August 30, 2011
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Interesting little catfish Charles. Are they proving easy to keep?

Cake or death?
August 30, 2011
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QUOTE (Matt @ Aug 30 2011, 10:06 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
Interesting little catfish Charles. Are they proving easy to keep?

seems so, Matt. But as they are hiding in the tank I even dont know how many are left. the ones I can detect with a torch look well

August 30, 2011
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Hi Charles , how many did you get ?

August 30, 2011
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QUOTE (andy rushworth @ Aug 30 2011, 05:36 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi Charles , how many did you get ?

ten, Colin. one prefered the steady lateral position. makes 9.

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Un update. A female full of egggs. Seems some have been scatered around, but no fry.nanobbagrus-immaculatus-DSC_1795.jpgImage Enlarger

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