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Etheostoma: Is Anyone Keeping Them?

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  • #342554

    Stefan
    Member

    Ruinemans no longer has them available. Until next time?

    #342557

    pablito
    Participant

    Don’t know of anyone breeding any of these sp. in the UK but they have been coming into Wholesale Trops from Ruinemanns therefore we’ve no need to come to the Netherlands just yet. However it’s been a long time since I’ve been to Ruinemanns so I might try and put a gig together. It’s far too expensive nowadays to drive there on your own. Difficult to justify cost wise without sharing.

    #342558

    Stefan
    Member

    But Wholesale Trops doesn’t have me in it

    #342561

    pablito
    Participant

    So Pablito you’ve kept them; can you tell us soething about to keep them (sort of tank, size, wtaer, temps, decoration, tank mates, how big the species you had grew, etc.)?
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    Have kept caeruleum only however my memory is not what it was so I’ll have to check my old logs at home to refresh it.

    #342563

    Stefan
    Member

    That’d be wonderful, if you could do that!

    #342567

    Thomas
    Participant

    You are right Matt, that were the species, I think. A Member in a german forum has a pair of E. edwini. I don’t know wherefrom.

    Cheers
    Thomas

    #342570

    Stefan
    Member

    QUOTE (Thomas @ Apr 21 2011, 07:55 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    You are right Matt, that were the species, I think. A Member in a german forum has a pair of E. edwini. I don’t know wherefrom.

    Cheers
    Thomas

    Would it be possible to see some tank setup photos from him or the member here who’s got the 3 arforementioned species? Etheostoma edwini looks nice as well; he never said how he got them?

    #342575

    mikev
    Participant

    I have a few…. nice fish, somewhat similar to small rhinogobius…. I do like R.Wui’s better….

    #342576

    Stefan
    Member

    QUOTE (mikev @ Apr 21 2011, 11:29 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    I have a few…. nice fish, somewhat similar to small rhinogobius…. I do like R.Wui’s better….

    Which species do you have and how big are they?

    #342578

    torso
    Participant

    e. caeruleum next door
    http://freshwater-and-brackish-water-fishes.ch/forum/showthread.php?t=…ight=etheostoma
    I’ll try it for you, Matt. would that make it worth to pass by? or do you want them by plane? rolleyes.gif

    #342581

    mikev
    Participant

    QUOTE (Stefan @ Apr 21 2011, 10:39 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Which species do you have and how big are they?

    E.careulum and E.spectabile, size is very similar to R.Wui’s (2″ male, 1.25-1.5″ female).

    To my shame I never found the time to breed them.

    #342582

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Have any puics Mike?
    To my shame, I know very little about our native fish. I used to see this on aquabid ocassionally, that crazy guy whose name escapes me?

    #342583

    mikev
    Participant

    Will have to clean out BGA for photos… or find old ones… may take some time, sorry, I’m trying to photo the loach eggs and cannot get them in focus…

    #342589

    Stefan
    Member

    You are very lucky to have them Mikev

    #342596

    Matt
    Keymaster

    QUOTE (torso @ Apr 21 2011, 10:59 PM)
    e. caeruleum next door
    http://freshwater-and-brackish-water-fishes.ch/forum/showthread.php?t=…ight=etheostoma
    I’ll try it for you, Matt. would that make it worth to pass by? or do you want them by plane? rolleyes.gif

    Can’t see the photo without joining that forum Charles…

    Need to think about the rest. Will let you know, and thanks a lot for the offer. smile.gif

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