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Pangio spp.

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  • #341288

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Haven’t made any changes yet as this is still confusing me! Thomas was there any reason you labelled this one ‘cf.’ oblonga on your site? If so how, for you, does it differ from ‘normal’ P. oblonga?

    Will add a profile for the laterally-striped P. anguillaris-group fish this afternoon. We have no idea where it’s imported from right? Then there’s Wolfram’s fish…

    #341291

    Thomas
    Participant

    QUOTE (Matt @ Feb 22 2011, 12:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Thomas was there any reason you labelled this one ‘cf.’ oblonga on your site?


    Yes https://www.seriouslyfish.com/forums/index&#8230;.amp;#entry19561

    At this time I don’t knew the different between Nasal tubes and barbels – you remember?

    #341296

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ok I’m unofficially ‘synonymising’ it with the P. oblonga profile then. /smile.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:)” border=”0″ alt=”smile.gif” />

    #341376

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ok changes made.

    The sp. ‘PAN02’ profile now looks like this, and the laterally-striped fish is listed as sp. ‘PAN05’.

    #341791

    wasserscheu
    Participant

    Matt, I am afraid I forgott to mention the small size of my PAN02, sorry about that. Got a chance to measur it yesterday TL= 4,3cm (snout to end of caudal fin).

    When I put the fotos up, I was not sure about it’s size, as it only shows a few times a year.
    The striped PAN05 has average lenght, like some Oblonga, just thiner. Those also show hardly never. The myersi- and oblonga type, in the same tank grow fairly large and don’t live as hiden.

    Thanks for the new profiles.

    #341796

    Matt
    Keymaster

    No, thank you for your help Wolfram. 🙂 I’ve edited the sizes of the two ‘species’ you mention.

    #345403

    The.Dark.One
    Participant

    I bought a lovely 9cm long P. doriae (probably – couldnt see close enough to check if it had cheek scales) and mixed in with 5 small tanks of these fish I spotted a 4cm long P. cuneovirgata! I love finding contaminants!

    #312848

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Any ideas about this one?

    Pangio-sp.-Oryzias-Cheng.jpg

    #312846

    Thomas
    Participant

    Really nice, I wouldn’t throw it out of my tanks 🙂

     

    Couldn’t help you Matt, sorry.

    #312567

    Matt
    Keymaster

    No probs Thomas, was worth a try!

    #350057

    Matt
    Keymaster

    @Thomas , do you think the last fish posted is worthy of its own profile page?

    Got these two new pics. The first is labelled aberrant P. semicincta and second P. elongata. Any opinions?

    Pangio-semicincta-maybe-or-what.jpgPangio-elongata-maybe-Thai.jpg

    #350059

    Thomas
    Participant


    @Thomas
    , do you think the last fish posted is worthy of its own profile page?

    Yes Matt.

     

    The first looks really aberrant!

    #350063

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Aberrant enough not to be included in the P. semicincta profile? 😛

    #350069

    Thomas
    Participant

    Aberrant enough for a new “Pangio mystery corner” 😉

    Ok, the bars on the head could fit, and the dark blotch in the caudale looks rudimentary as the rest of the patterning. The Nasal tubes fits also, so I wouldn’t exclude that this is an aberrant colored Pangio semicincta.

    Here you can compare Nonns aberrant and normal semicincta. http://www.siamensis.org/webboard/topic/7863

    #350074

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ok, into the mystery corner it goes!

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