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  • #301566

    Erlend D Bertelsen
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    Crenincichla sp.


    Not sure, anybody knows?


    Gymnorhamphichthys hypostomus


    Erythrinus erythrinus


    Gymnotus sp.


    Henonemus sp.


    Acestrorhynchus falcatus


    Biotodoma cupido


    Boulengerella maculata


    Charax pauciradiatus


    No idea!


    Hyphessobrycon haraldschult Not sure, but I think so.


    Laemolyta taeniata


    Leporinus faciatus


    Mesonauta festivus


    Scalare


    Tetragonopterus argenteus


    triportheus albus

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    #344540

    Colin
    Participant

    Excellent looking fish

    #344541

    Stefan
    Member

    # 2 looks like a cichlid to me, bit like a convict but sure it’s not that.

    #344545

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Super photos Erlend, were you there recently?

    Is #2 Acaronia nassa? Also I think #4 is not E. erythrinus but Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus and the other unknown cichlid is possibly Aequidens tetramerus?

    Don’t suppose you have any habitat shots?

    #344549

    Erlend D Bertelsen
    Participant

    Thanks.

    Will post habitat pictures soon.

    This is picture from the 2008 trip. I have loads of pictures. Appreciate input on specie name.

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    #344564

    coelacanth
    Participant

    Pic 2 looks like a Hypselecara to me, the “Gymnotus” looks like Steatogenys cf. duidae.

    #344572

    Erlend D Bertelsen
    Participant

    Thanks for the input everyone. I will have a closer look at the suggestion as soon as possible.

    Some habitat pictures.

    Rio Nannay


    Catching corydoras, didn’t get any!


    Only some Dianema longibarbis, but that wasn’t a bad catch.

    Catching fish with big net, give loads of fish!

    Another Cory biotop. Smal forest stream. Did catch some Corydoras elegans

    Big moon lake near Rio Itaya.

    Smal stream near Rio Momon

    Rio Momon

    Rio Itaya

    Jungel Stream, connected to Rio Itaya.

    Rio Amazonas

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    #344574

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Brilliant – you take nice photos, too.

    #344608

    nuchal man
    Participant

    I believe #2 is a Hypselecara like coelocanth suggested. The other unidentified cichlid appears to be a Bujurquina species, although I don’t know enough about this genus to pinpoint a species for you.

    #344839

    Mattzilla
    Participant

    stunning pictures thanks for sharing

    #354794

    TorillNB
    Member

    Fun to see where Dianema Longibarbis live in the wild. I have many of them here and i have also bred them multiple times :) one of my favorites :)  

    http://www.planetcatfish.com/shanesworld/shanesworld.php?article_id=530&title=Breeding+the+Porthole+Catfish  Laugh

    #354953

    knutschi
    Participant

    Unfortunately, pics are not visible anymore?

    #354957

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Bah, another forum glitch. YellYou can see the pics if you click the ‘Image cannot be found’ text.

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