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Just Sharing Some Betta miniopinna Habitats (2010)

Home Forums Fresh and Brackish Water Fishes Just Sharing Some Betta miniopinna Habitats (2010)

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    Stefan
    Member

    I simply enjoy looking at Betta biotopes all the while hoping to sample some like these in Bintan and get some nice Betta miniopinna and B. spilotogena. Any way; have a look and enjoy what I think are some of the most interesting habitats on the planet: peat swamps.

    http://theequator.blog56.fc2.com/blog-category-5.html
    http://illumbomb.blogspot.com/2010/04/bett…al-habitat.html
    http://cryptoandbetta.blogspot.com/2010_04_01_archive.html

    #319779

    Cool_Citrus
    Participant

    these are great thanks for sharing, I too love looking at biotopes.

    #319780

    keith565
    Participant

    wow, great photos and fantastic to see the habitats.
    many thanks for sharing.

    #319783

    Stefan
    Member

    Sadly these particular habitats are rapidly disappearing, which is such a shame.

    #319787

    hachge
    Participant

    Any way to get the B.Miniopina ?I’m looking for it since 5 years

    #319788

    Stefan
    Member

    QUOTE (hachge @ Dec 12 2010, 07:57 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Any way to get the B.Miniopina ?I’m looking for it since 5 years

    I don’t think it’s possible through the blog owners. I saw them at an IGL member’s house in 2006 in Hamburg – they were spawning – but never heard about the fish since so maybe his are gone too?

    #319790

    Colin
    Participant

    Did Michael not have some???

    Is this why you were asking about my persephone pelvic colours etc?

    #319793

    Stefan
    Member

    I know 3 Michaels…which one are you referring to?

    No, I was just curious about that.

    #319794

    Colin
    Participant

    meh, hoped you just knew

    #319795

    Stefan
    Member

    Out of 3 I know, 2 have long hair. 1 of them had miniopinna in 2006. But it doesn’t matter now because it’s not there anymore.

    #319802

    hachge
    Participant

    [I think it was Michael Schlutter but he gave his fish to a germen breeder and I don’t know who,it was last year.

    #319809

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Great links Stefan and yet another species that someone should commit to breeding on a long-term basis.

    #319814

    Colin
    Participant

    Hi Herve!

    yes, that’s who it was!

    #319822

    Stefan
    Member

    If one can obtain them, yes, for sure!

    Colin, yes, that was the person I visited in Hamburg.

    #319826

    hachge
    Participant

    We have a challenge now who will be the 1rst one to get the elusive B.Miniopina?

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