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  • in reply to: sewellia albisuera #355412

    Kajsa12
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    Thanks, Charles

    So if I understand correctly, using a gap between pelvics and anal fin origin as characteristic can be a bit tricky especially when juvenile fish are involved.

    Probably this is also the case in other gastromyzontids?

    in reply to: Gastromyzon ID #355400

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Hi Olly,

     

    I can help you with the G. ridens description.

    I tried to send you a PM several times, but that doesn’t seem to work. (Host error)

     

    If you’re interested, you can try to PM me your e-mail address.

    in reply to: Gastromyzon ID #355397

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Hi Olly,

    ]Or all our reticulated gastromyzons in this topic are G.ridens?

     

    I ‘ve thought the same about my last picture in this thread, but I’m really not sure.

    Do you have The Borneo Suckers by H.H. Tan?

    It’s a pity there’s no description of pigmentation in life of G. ridens.

     

    I also remember a thread from Odyssey on LOL a few years ago.

    http://forums.loaches.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=18020

    in reply to: Gastromyzon ID #355390

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Hi Olly,

     

    I bought them around that size, but mostly you only can see Gastromyzon around 3-4 cm SL in the shops overhere.

    When they grew older the stripes broke more and more into smaller stripes and spots

    Here another one I used to have:

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/G.%20zeb12a.jpg

     

    According to dr. Tan’s book (the Borneo Suckers) the pelvic ray count for G. stellatus is 17-18.

    Is it possible for you to do some counting on your fish. (your image was a bit too small for me to do the countingSmile)

    I also like to hear Charles opinion, hope he’s still around here.

    in reply to: Gastromyzon ID #355387

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Hi Olly,

     

    Your fish reminds me of some Gastromyzon I had a few years ago.

    Can you see some blue in the caudal fin already?

     

    I had a few of these, all with a slightly different pattern. > 5 cm SL

    I think these were G. zebrinus. (or G. stellatus)

    One of them:

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/G.%20zebrinus3b1.jpg

    in reply to: Balitoropsis leonardi? #355067

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Here’s one of my P. leonardi look-a-likes from 4 years ago.

    They came in with a shipment of H. smithii from Java (that’s what the shopowner told me)

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/T8_1.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/T7_1.jpg

    in reply to: Any guesses about this Sewellia? #355062

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Some info from Marco Endruweit’s site

    http://aquariophil.org/html/b_kw_kweichowensis.html

    in reply to: Malaysia 2013 #354854

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Nice pictures, Matt.

    Especially liked the ones of the S. aureorostrum habitat.Smile

    in reply to: A few new fish! #354593

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Henri, so your fish aren’t D. filamentosa? What do you think about the first fish here?

    Hi Matt,

    The fish in your picture looks like D. filamentosa to me (distinct marks on caudal lobes; my fish don’t have them).

    Back in 2012 I was convinced my fish were D. singhala after looking at the maxillary barbels and counting scales on body on the lateral line. (The shop I bought them in 2009 confirmed twice they came from Sri Lanka.)
    I counted 20, 20 and 21 on my 3 males.
    After that(January 2012) I sent a PM on IAH to Marc with a detailed picture of the male with 21 scales on the body.
    He confirmed it should be D. singhala.

    NB.
    According to Pethiyagoda & Kottelat, 2005:

    D. singhala – scales on lateral line 20-21
    D. filamentosa- scales on lateral line 18-20

    Ps.

    See also this thread:
    http://www.seriouslyfish.com/forums/freshwater-and-brackish-water-fishes/puntius-filamentosus-group/

    in reply to: A few new fish! #354388

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Ah Hemimyzon. Yes, I can see the difference now.

    For Dawkinsia singhala, see my avatar (breeding color) or this page for their normal outfit.

    http://novataxa.blogspot.nl/2013/05/synopsis-of-south-asian-puntius.html

    in reply to: A few new fish! #354386

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Nice. Are they all H. humilis, Jim?

    And nice Dawkinsia btw. I still have mine(D. singhala).
    It’s a pity you can’t keep them in a planted tank. They eat almost any plant, except for Microsorium.

    in reply to: Kajsa's Fish #353496

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Sicyopus sp.

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding004-3.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding004-4.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding008-1.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding023.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding010-2.jpg

     

    Size difference between Sicyopterus and Sicyopus.

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding016-1.jpg

    in reply to: Kajsa's Fish #353495

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Some new pictures.Surprised

     

    Sicyopterus lagocephalus

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding002-7.jpg

     

    Stiphodon

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding005-3.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding005-4.jpg

    Cobitis sp.

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding007-4.jpg

     

    Recently I’ve added some Lentipes and Sicyopus.

    Lentipes sp. (could be L. multiradiatus or L. whittenorum)

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding007-5.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding018-2.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding013-1.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding007-3.jpg

     

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding003-4.jpg

     

     

    Edit: After reading ” Three new species of Lentipes from Indonesia (Gobiidae) ” – Keith, Hadiaty, Hubert, Busson, Lord, 2014 this evening, the male Lentipes could also be L. ikeae.Surprised

     

    in reply to: Feeding vids #353367

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Nice vids, Jim.Cool

    in reply to: Stiphodon spp. #351950

    Kajsa12
    Participant

    Hi Olly,

     

    I think Stiphodon can live a bit longer. I do have some Stiphodon since February 2009, so almost 5 years. But not all my Stiphodon have reached that age.

     

    This one is from Febrruary 2009

    http://i472.photobucket.com/albums/rr85/kajra7/Afbeelding024.jpg

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