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Dana

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  • in reply to: Synodontis ID #354009

    Dana
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    Yes Matt, that possibility has been mooted.
    One can never know precisely what happens with fishes while beeing transferred from one dealer to the other. Maybe the two are aquarium hybrids and were just mixed with the S. multipunctatus.
    On the other side, as far as I know, Synodontis hybrids are possible even in the wild.
    Last but not least, I read on africhthy.org that many african species are still not described. I don´t know what to believe.

    in reply to: My Macropodus opercularis #353934

    Dana
    Participant

     I’m afraid the love story of my Macropodus is set to a hard test right now.Smile
    The young female is determined to join in the fun and sneaks cleverly between the two males.
    The resistance of the males decreases every day and even the jealous younger male accepts the unusual Threesome.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vcdt5kSQn-M

    I definitely don´t need TV anymore. Laugh

    Best regards,

    Dana

    in reply to: My Macropodus opercularis #353768

    Dana
    Participant

    Of course you can, Matt. Please pick out whatever you think is useful.

    Here are a few more pics and a short video showing a classic spawning.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o16hj-5ESCc&feature=youtu.be

    The first pic shows 2 females (both had already spawned), with unusual long finsMacropodus-opercularis-2-females.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-bubble-nest.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-eggs.JPG

     Macropodus-opercularis-juvenil.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-juveniles.JPG

     Macropodus-opercularis-larvae-1.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-larvae-2.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-larvae-3.JPG

     Macropodus-opercularis-male-2.jpg

     Macropodus-opercularis-male.jpg

    in reply to: Help with the ID of Akysis #353690

    Dana
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    Hello Matt, and many thanks for your help.
    Looks like the catfish is indeed a young Microglanis iheringi.
    Not a very good news for me, as it will be difficult to find anyone willing to adopt him. Cry
    Best regards,
    Dana
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