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Channa sp. Burmese red rim rainbow

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  • #320671

    Nora
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    QUOTE (Stefan @ Jan 14 2011, 09:17 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Daphnia as its own entity

    There is no better way to put it!

    Channa… eh… Cheers, Nora

    #320672

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Whoops apologies Cladoceran-lovers! (Channa)

    #320675

    Colin
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    Matt,

    Nora is also co-author of Schlangenkopffische: Amazonas / Die Gattungen Channa und Parachanna

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Art-f%C3%BCr-Schla…4576&sr=8-1

    Hopefully Rob is now in possession of the fish in question???

    There, that was Channa related…

    #320687

    robert
    Participant

    Hi col
    yeah all arrived,and are feeding straight away.
    would like to say the snakehead book by nora and pascal is
    really good,just a shame it isnt in english aswell.

    Mat,i think you may have sold me some channa hen you worked
    at trop team,do you still live local?and do you still keep channa?
    If i remember you had some luck breeding channa assam?
    Rob

    #320692

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Good memory Rob! Was it you that bought a group of sp. ‘5 stripe’ and did we even exchange a couple of emails after? Good to know you’re still keeping Channa.

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    #320693

    Colin
    Participant

    try amazon but if they dont i’ll get it and ship it over

    #320695

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Sweet!

    #320714

    robert
    Participant

    Hi matt
    yeah that was me who bought the 5 stripes.
    I keep too many species now mate,two rooms devoted to channa.
    And a few wild bettas that colins managed to get me hooked on.
    shame you cant get any intresting species over in spain.
    The channa book is worth a read!!

    #320715

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Hahaha victim! Come on give us the full list and pictures too.

    #320716

    Nora
    Participant

    QUOTE (Matt @ Jan 14 2011, 11:30 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hahaha victim! Come on give us the full list and pictures too.
    #320719

    robert
    Participant

    Hi matt and nora.
    I am at work tonight untill 6am tomorrow morning.
    Once ive managed to get some sleep,i will
    work on some pics and a current list of what im keeping.
    My tanks are like underwater jungles,crammed with live plants.but i should get a few nice shots if i sit there long enough,not that i need much of an excuse to watch my fish.lol
    rob

    #320726

    Colin
    Participant

    Look forward to the list – I’ve lost track of what you have too!

    #320731

    andy rushworth
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    Oooo, this sounds great , you can’t beat a good jungle tank

    #320732

    Colin
    Participant

    Hi Andy

    yeah best way to keep Channa. If they are in a jungle-like tank they are much less prone to jumping out and more likely to breed too. Ever wanted some Channa Andy

    #320745

    andy rushworth
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    Ha ha , hi Colin ,years ago I actually had a pair of C gachua spawning in a tank full of Botia ,at the time I had no space and had to leave the eggs for the Botia’s

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