June 13, 2011
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August 12, 2008
Not sure Matt, only Annamia sp. ? Should I mail you a photo?
I wish I could record a funny situation: Two times I've watched a small H. smithi who tried to steal a Cobitis a Tubifexworm. Not so funny for the worm, but for me. On each end a loach. /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" /> And no one will give up. I hope I can make a video of this, someday
August 12, 2008
August 27, 2008
A picture or three would be great Thomas yes please. What about A. sp. 'Vietnam 01' or something, just in case more unknown ones show up?
The last vid was as enjoyable as the first lot - any idea where your Cobitis are from?
Mark, the Lepidocephalus are in a 60cm tank, even the Annamia (is more quarantaine. The Crossostoma is only for photos with them in the tank) The small Cobitis with the smithis have a 100cm tank and the bigger Cobitis and Crossostoma also.
The small Cobitis are from the dutch wholesaler Ruinemans. Aqua-Global in Germany seems to have the same species on his stocklist. Named Cobitis sinensis (I'm not sure if it's the right identification) from Taiwan. I've get a photo from a shop and they looks very similar to mine. I call them "Cobitis sp.1" with the suffix "Ruinemans 2008"
vietnam 01 is good, maybe also an advice of "Saigonaquarium 2010" Look: http://saigonaquarium.com/SHOW.....a%20sp.JPG
Sorry Mark, I've over read your second question /blush.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":blush:" border="0" alt="blush.gif" />
I have only internal filter. Not special pumps or something. In this setup I've multiple gravid females of Homaloptera and Nemacheilus ornatus (maybe even now - not 100% sure).
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