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Colisa chuna And Boraras maculatus

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    Matt
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    Great!

    #344128

    torso
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    QUOTE (Kajsa12 @ Mar 22 2011, 08:53 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Isn’t that B. merah in the last picture?
    Lovely little fishes.

    I just found the article about boraras merah-boraras brigittae.

    Hans-Jürgen Körner: Die Barat-Zwergrasbora-eine Farbvariante der Moskitorasbora; Amazonas 22 2009

    the discussion if the author was right with the conclusion – that’s the same species – goes on. Frank Schäfer denies, the author keeps up his opinion after a lot of generations he’s bred. the fry shows both patterns and colouring.
    I couldn’t get fry up till now.
    the last article about this matter was in BSSW. it’s must be somewhere in my library.
    if anybody needs the article …

    #344129

    oaken
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    QUOTE (torso @ Jun 15 2011, 11:18 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    I just found the article about boraras merah-boraras brigittae.

    Hans-Jürgen Körner: Die Barat-Zwergrasbora-eine Farbvariante der Moskitorasbora; Amazonas 22 2009

    the discussion if the author was right with the conclusion – that’s the same species – goes on. Frank Schäfer denies, the author keeps up his opinion after a lot of generations he’s bred. the fry shows both patterns and colouring.
    I couldn’t get fry up till now.
    the last article about this matter was in BSSW. it’s must be somewhere in my library.
    if anybody needs the article …

    Erik Åhlander is working on an article about this matter at the moment. I think it will be published in english as well.

    #344140

    Senor Bastardo
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    QUOTE (Matt @ Mar 22 2011, 11:10 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Agreed that the last one is different but the rest look like B. maculatus to me. B. micros is a fairly colourless fish.


    Late reply but I´ve always been a slow starter.

    The “normal” type of B. micros is pretty drab yes, but there is also a morph that is quite red.

    Gustaf the article Åhlander is working is regarding B. brigittae and B. merah isn´t it? Pleasure to meet you in person by the way!

    #344141

    oaken
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    QUOTE (Senor Bastardo @ Jun 16 2011, 07:08 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Gustaf the article Åhlander is working is regarding B. brigittae and B. merah isn´t it? Pleasure to meet you in person by the way!

    Indeed. But torso was refering to that topic in that post

    #344179

    Matt
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    QUOTE (oaken @ Jun 15 2011, 09:38 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Erik Åhlander is working on an article about this matter at the moment. I think it will be published in english as well.

    That’s great news Gustav! Any idea where or when it’ll be published?

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