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    Matt
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    I’d like to add profiles for a few of these as I have some pictures but lord knows how I’m going to identify them without locality details. Should I just list them as ‘sp. 1’, ‘sp. 2’, etc.? They all look identical to me!

    The habitat of D. priapus in the Jorai River, West Bengal, India (thanks to Peter Cottle).

    Finally Gustav if you’re still alive how are you getting on with your D. dracula?

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    oaken
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    QUOTE (Matt @ Nov 18 2009, 07:04 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Finally Gustav if you’re still alive how are you getting on with your D. dracula?

    I’m still alive and my D. dracula har still alive, or most of them anyway. One recently died, it had an extremly bloated belly and the fish turned into a pale white for the last couple of days. Pretty weird. So that leaves me with 6-7 fish that are in a mature tank full with plants (mostly mosses). But I haven’t seen any fry or any signs of breeding behaviour.

    Can’t help you much with the rest though, I do know though that Mike Noren said that D. sp. “Neon Green” (or the fish he bought under that name anyway) were the fish that got described as D. dracula.

    Edit: Turns out Mike’s fish were sold by the name “Fluorescent green” not “Neon green”, but I’m guessing it’s tthe same fish.
    Here’s a post from his blog where he mentions the name change (in case you feel like translating http://www.zoopet.com/forum/blog.php?b=7491

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    Matt
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    I love Google Translate.

    #315623

    coelacanth
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    Third pic isn’t of our fish, it was one we got permission to use at a time when images of Danionella were few and far between.

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    Matt
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    Okay Pete cheers for the confirmation.

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    coelacanth
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    Aye, still breeding away. We have got a picture of the fish we have, but it’s a .tif and I can’t attach it to a post.

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    Matt
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    Ahem, any chance you can email it to me, Paul?

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