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  • in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355214

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Fully agree that this species should be of conservation priority in general. From what I saw on Bintan it is really scarce in the small amount of suitable habitat that remains.

    Gustav, you should buy all wild fish that are available! Laugh

    in reply to: Anyone got Poll 1967? #355213

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Nice fish, it certainly does look close! If that is bifasciatus, what do you think the hobby ‘caudalis’ might be?

    Also, welcome to the forum. 🙂

    in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355208

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Beautiful. Are there many people keeping this species Herve?

    in reply to: Sewellia breeding with or without snails #355207

    Matt
    Keymaster

    S. analis is one of the species described by Vietnamese scientists. No idea how to distinguish it.Frown

    Agree that some of the ids look questionable. Don’t think the pics labelled as ‘S. diardi‘ show that species (still think SEW04 might be S diardi), and what appears to be a form of SEW02/03 is labelled as SEW04.

    in reply to: Microctenopoma damasi #355204

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Lovely Herve! Are the males aggressive with one another?

    Interesting about the fry seeking cover within the substrate – those of M. ansorgii also do this (ime).

    in reply to: Sewellia breeding with or without snails #355177

    Matt
    Keymaster

    @mikev said:
    The difference between Sew02 and Sew03 is not to be understood by mere mortals, it belongs to the faith domain. 😛

    Think they were separated by distance between pelvic and anal fins (a clear separation in SEW02, none in SEW03). Remain unconvinced by that and all could be S. breviventralis.

    in reply to: Badis queries #355174

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Another one:

    Badis sp. ‘Jaintia Hills’

    Badis-sp.-Jaintia-Hills-Beta-M.jpg

    in reply to: Annamia Normani #355172

    Matt
    Keymaster

    So there will be a follow-up article on this website or in Amazonas Charles?

    in reply to: Badis queries #355171

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Cool.

    in reply to: Badis queries #355168

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ok cheers, then they should go in the B. badis profile for now.

    in reply to: Bug #355167

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Hi, this is an ongoing problem we are aware of and hoping to fix in the near future. Very sorry for the inconvenience and we’ll make an announcement when it is working.

    in reply to: Badis queries #355162

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Got quite a few new images to add. Are these two forms B. badis?

    B. sp. ‘Kokrajhar, Assam’

    Badis-Kokrajhar-Assam-India-NM.jpg

     Badis-sp-Kokrajhar-NM.jpg

     B. sp. ‘Buxa Tiger Reserve, Jalpaiguri’

    Badis-cf.-badis-from-Lefraguri-swamp-Buxa-Tiger-Reserve-Jalpaiguri-district-NM.jpg

    in reply to: Trichopsis species #355159

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Does anyone know a sure-fire way to differentiate T. pumila and T. schalleri other than adult size?

    in reply to: Copyright of fish profiles in Knowledge Base #355157

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Hi, do you have a link to these translated profiles?

    Thanks,

    Matt

    in reply to: Trichopsis species #355156

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Yeah, there seems to be a general consensus that populations from Sumatra, Borneo and Java might represent one or more distinct species. As far as that particular form being specific to Lundu, I have no idea as we didn’t fish extensively in the area. Will try to find out.

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