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oaken

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  • oaken
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    Very nice setup! It looks great and I don’t think you overstocked it at all.

    in reply to: Cyprus 2015 #355307

    oaken
    Participant

    Awesome!

    in reply to: Malaysia 2013 #355276

    oaken
    Participant

    Great!

    in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355225

    oaken
    Participant

    That is really depressing!

    in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355217

    oaken
    Participant

    That would probably be quite expensive since they go for about 30 euro a piece :). I did keep a pair about a year ago but I had to get rid of them when I moved. But yeah, I get what you’re saying!

    I wish more people would be interested in these fish.

    in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355212

    oaken
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    But there are a couple of people keeping this species in Sweden. And probably more people in other parts of Scandinavia.

    in reply to: Betta miniopinna #355211

    oaken
    Participant

    Wild fish have been offered in Sweden for about a year now. But not many people are interested in buying them, obviously. Betta persephone are usually available too.

    in reply to: Anyone got Poll 1967? #355109

    oaken
    Participant

    I sent you a PM, Matt.

    in reply to: Evolution, ecology and physiology of amphibious killifishes #355015

    oaken
    Participant

    Would like this one if anyone has it.

    in reply to: Tom’s Poco Pozo #355006

    oaken
    Participant

    Looking great! The Pistia is a nice touch too.

    in reply to: Tom’s Poco Pozo #354950

    oaken
    Participant

    Very cool indeed. 

    in reply to: Small non-riverine Asian cats #354935

    oaken
    Participant

    I see Pseudomystus siamensis is on Glaser’s list.

    in reply to: Small non-riverine Asian cats #354933

    oaken
    Participant

    Well, then I’d say Hara. But I guess they might be too small for your preference.

    in reply to: Small non-riverine Asian cats #354931

    oaken
    Participant

    Kryptopterus perhaps. 

    in reply to: Danio and Barilius in an open tank – bound to fail? #354883

    oaken
    Participant

    Thanks for your answers. 

    Byron, I’m not too concerned about water evaparation as the air inside modern apartments is usually too dry anyway. As for fish that need warm air, I’m not planning to keep any such species or species that would suffer from temperature fluctuation (temperature fluctuation is not really a problem for me either, but anyway). With the fish mentioned the addition of cover would probably make them suffer temperature wise more than anything else.

    As far as dust goes, it’s an interesting point I haven’t thought much about but surely the filter should take care of this? I haven’t noticed any issues with this with other open tanks that I have that are without filtration as well.

    The reason for wanting an open tank is I think that it adds another dimension to the tank, but of course choice of fish has to be adapted accordingly.

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