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'Protomyzon' pachychilus

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  • #351257

    torso
    Participant

    Some pics of the last bunch of young specimen. When they came in, one specimen was striped. as I hadn’t the time to take a pic the chance to show it with the “pure” pattern you can seen that the pattern is already broken. One pic with the dorsal view. First three pics of specimen with the normal pattern.yaoshania-pachychilus-CSC_2567.jpgyaoshania-pachychilus-DSC_3715.jpgyaoshania-pachychilus-DSC_3727.jpgyaoshania-pachychilus-Streifen-CSC_3769.jpgyaoshania-pachychilus-StreifenDSC_3734.jpg

    #351266

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Thanks Charles, I’ll add these to the profile immediately.

    #352945

    Friedrich Bitter
    Participant

    Well, today some good news, I already published in the German garnelenforum.de: Managed to breed my first Panda Loaches just few weeks ago.

    My breeding stock of 10 fish originates from a collecting trip in November 2012. Together with some friends from China I visited 3 collecting sites not far from Mount Dayaoshan. Meanwhile all of the fish are in breeding condition. Some pictures to share:

    DayaoshanMountains.jpgBiotope03.jpgPandaLoachSubadult.jpgPandaLoachesSubadult.jpg

    The area where we collected.

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    An adult Panda Loach in our breeding tank.

    PandaLoachFemaleAdult.jpg

    Ripe female just before spawning.

    FirstEgg.jpg

    First egg in the filter section of the aquarium.

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    The eggs have a diameter between 1.5 and 2.0 Millimeter.

    PandaLoachLarvae20140321.jpg

    Larvae, about 48 h after spawning.

    PandaLoachFry20140313.jpgJungtier20140323.jpg

    Young Yaoshania pachychilus at a size of about 12 Millimeter above (over paper) and 11 days later in the photo tank.

    #352946

    coelacanth
    Participant

    Congratulations and welcome Friedrich!

    #352947

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Very good news indeed! Congrats & thanks or sharing!!

    #352950

    oaken
    Participant

    Great job! Thanks for sharing the pictures.

    #352951

    torso
    Participant

    Great to hear that.

    Cheers Charles

    #352952

    mikev
    Participant

    +1 Fantastic news!

    #353477

    torso
    Participant

    Friedrich’s article has now been published in AMAZONAS with all informations available.

    Cheers Charles

    #353488

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Brilliant. Congratulations and welcome to the site Friedrich!

    Would it be possible to add these pics and some of your information to the species profile page here? You would of course be given full credit.

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