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  • in reply to: Kumaradhara River Trip Report #341152

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    in reply to: Kumaradhara River Trip Report #341129

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    in reply to: Adventures In Thailand 2011 #341050

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    Wonderful pics, Jim. Aren’t the Hill stream loaches, so beautiful!

    Planning to take back home any fish?

    in reply to: A Seriously Good Loach Day #321187

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    Very much eager for the pics. Congratulations!!

    in reply to: Chembarambakkam Lake ( Chennai, India ) #321186

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    Another set of pics and videos from another trip last weekend.

    My friend Marcus Knight, trying out my DIY folding net.

    Mystus bleekeri

    Parambassis sp

    Puntius sharmai adult – Have never seen one as big. This was 1.5 inches TL!

    An injured Puntius chola / P. orphoides

    A dead P. chola / orphoides

    Hemichromis sp with their valued possession

    The Dwarf E. maculatus with fries

    A short video of the Dwarf Etroplus with the fries. The size of the fish is comparable to my finger in the video; am a small built person though! : )

    Hemichromis guarding the fries. The pair dared the camera, towards the end of the vid. View Original Movie

    Hope you liked them. Cheers!

in reply to: Sicyopterus id? #320858

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Dont think our Sicy are found in any land-locked water bodies. Perhaps, I may term it as ‘adaptation’ of desperate fish. : )

in reply to: Badids #320795

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That’s quite sometime back. Time stamp on the pic says 2007.

in reply to: Badids #320790

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I got mine from Andrew Rao. Not sure of the collection locality though.

in reply to: Sicyopterus id? #320787

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QUOTE (Bully @ Jan 17 2011, 01:44 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
It’s times like this you could do with Petfrd still being up

Absolutely!

in reply to: Badids #320786

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Below is a B. blosyrus for you. Sorry for a crappy pic.

in reply to: Sicydium salvini migration #320781

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Awesome Sam! Keep more coming. : )

Thanks for sharing.

in reply to: Sicyopterus id? #320780

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Yes, Matt, they had spawned themselves. I didn’t do anything.

in reply to: Badids #320779

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QUOTE (Matt @ Jan 16 2011, 09:45 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
The last one was labelled B. blosyrus.

Link to that post?

in reply to: Sicyopterus id? #320763

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The pics posted by Torso are definitely not of S. griseus.

Yes, Hayath’s fish is a wild specimen collected from Nilambur, Kerala. I had given him about 3 fishes from that batch. I guess he should still have them.

Here’s my crazy F1 juvenile video. : )

in reply to: Badids #320762

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Matt, all the above 3 Badids look assamensis to me. Why the confusion?

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