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  • #312886

    Stinger
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    QUOTE (Matt @ Jan 8 2009, 10:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Wow, is that a P14?

    nope, its a P12 potamotrygon henlei.

    and this is my new ray

    Plesiotrygon iwamae P15

    #312888

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Wow stunning animal stinger.

    #312892

    ndc
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    think he did get 1 in , or it may have been a slightly different species of antennae ray? very nice but really had to be kept pretty much on its own incase anything bit its tail off!

    #312893

    Stinger
    Member

    thanks matt, i’ve got this antenna from peru, i ordered 2 antenna and 2 china ray, but only this one survived.

    until now the antena just eat 4-5 ghost shrimp a day, but its getting better

    #312894

    ndc
    Participant

    do you know what the nitrates are in the tanks? also the temp and how much oxygen you have going into them?

    #312896

    Stinger
    Member

    hmm i dont know the nitrate, oxygen, amoniac, etc2… but the other doing well, eat much, matting, etc2..

    1st case,
    when the pups born, i move them to the new tank, thats because the water become like milk since 2 of the pups born death.
    http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q143/de…uy/Image031.jpg
    and since that, all of them wont eat at all.. and die one by one..

    2nd case,
    i found 2 pups in the pond, but one injured so bad, so, i put a container in the tank and put them inside (i’ve read in other forum to dont move the pups less then 4 hours from the water, and i think this was the cause for 1st case) and the next day i put them into a new tank without get them out from the water.
    but they wont eat either…

    before this 2 case i’ve got no trouble at all… all my pups was healthy..

    maybe the nitrate/amoniac in the pond? or maybe cause they were attacked?

    now 4 of my motoros is pregnant, im planning to move all my male motoros to other place, so the new born pups will not attack by the males.. i hope this will work..

    #312897

    ndc
    Participant

    if you can id check the nitrate as the newly imported rays wont eat if its too high. they also need a lot of oxygen / lack of this will also put them off eating.

    #312898

    Stinger
    Member

    QUOTE (ndc @ Mar 11 2009, 07:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    if you can id check the nitrate as the newly imported rays wont eat if its too high. they also need a lot of oxygen / lack of this will also put them off eating.

    okay, i’ll check them as soon as possible, thanks for the advice

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