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Sicyopterus id?

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  • #320803

    Plaamoo
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    It’s pretty amazing, don’t you think, that a species with an amphidromous breeding cycle can produce young otherwise. Evolution???

    #320821

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Maybe some land-locked populations breed only in freshwater as in Rhinogobius?

    #320858

    Shankar
    Member

    Dont think our Sicy are found in any land-locked water bodies. Perhaps, I may term it as ‘adaptation’ of desperate fish. : )

    #321243

    odyssey
    Participant

    Hi Torso.

    The distinction of Sicyopterus is very difficult for me.

    I’m reserving Japanese S.lagocephalus.
    Sicyopterus genus which ranges in Japan is S.japonicus and S.lagocephalus only.
    Therefore it can be identified from habitat information.
    http://forums.loaches.com/viewtopic.php?f=…10&start=30

    I noticed the one which seems to be the feature of S.lagocephalus recently finally.
    Their body pattern is very variable, but 3 big white spots sometimes appear in a tip of nose.

    3 white spots in a tip of nose were found also in your pictures.
    Your Sicyopterus seems akin to mine.

    This feature isn’t manifested in S.japonicus and S.sp (Mountain-Rock-Goby) at least.

    The same feature has also gone out to Sicyopterus.sp from Indonesia.
    The distribution of S.lagocephalus is very wide.
    Probably I think that my one from Indonesia is S.lagocepharus.

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    #321253

    torso
    Participant

    QUOTE (odyssey @ Feb 3 2011, 02:14 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi Torso.
    The distinction of Sicyopterus is very difficult for me.
    I’m reserving Japanese S.lagocephalus.
    Sicyopterus genus which ranges in Japan is S.japonicus and S.lagocephalus only.
    Therefore it can be identified from habitat information.
    http://forums.loaches.com/viewtopic.php?f=…10&start=30
    I noticed the one which seems to be the feature of S.lagocephalus recently finally.
    Their body pattern is very variable, but 3 big white spots sometimes appear in a tip of nose.
    3 white spots in a tip of nose were found also in your pictures.
    Your Sicyopterus seems akin to mine.
    This feature isn’t manifested in S.japonicus and S.sp (Mountain-Rock-Goby) at least.
    The same feature has also gone out to Sicyopterus.sp from Indonesia.
    The distribution of S.lagocephalus is very wide.
    Probably I think that my one from Indonesia is S.lagocepharus.
    #321264

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Hi Charles if confirmed from India S. fasciatus is also a possibility I think though no idea what it looks like…

    #341824

    tyrano34
    Member

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