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  • in reply to: Lepidocephalichthys spp. #318152

    Nonn
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    Here is picture of L. kranos, a newly described species from Thailand. Please feel free to use this image in your species profile.

    http://www.siamensis.org/sites/default/fil….jpg?1277657944

    in reply to: New Koi #317531

    Nonn
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    Hi,

    Mad duff, I didn’t know you are into koi as well. I, too, am getting myself into this beautiful fish. I find them quite fascinating, though always over price. They are fish for the family, really. The small fish, which are my passion are nice and interesting, but they are not fish for the entire family to enjoy. Koi, in contrary, are big friendly and nicely color fish that the whole family can appreciate, together. I have a small pond, and it have become favorite hangout spot for our family.

    The hi-utsuri is very nice although it have a little bit too much sumi, but the sumi edge look sharp for hi-utsuri standard. I have one of these as well.

    in reply to: Adventures In Thailand! #317515

    Nonn
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    Jim, would you mind send us the large file of picture #236 of us diving? We never such picture…everybody is always budy diving and never take picture of us doing it.

    in reply to: Adventures In Thailand! #317514

    Nonn
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    Hi Matt,

    I study their biology in general. These genus of gecko is wide spread in South Asia and South East Asia and probably one of the most generous genus of over 120 species. Many species is highly locallized, like this species I’m studying can be find only in this group of limestone mountaina and nowhere else on earth. So far, not much is known about their ecology. So….their breeding season, their growth, their territory, their termal regulation, etc., is basicaly un-studied. I’m hoping we would learn more about them by my study.

    in reply to: Adventures In Thailand! #317460

    Nonn
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    Hi Jim, some very nice pictures there!

    The yellow fruit are not longan they are of Bacccaurea remiflora. It mostly sour with 2 seeds inside, not one as in longan. The red one come from a species of palm, Salacca sp.

    Too bad for the first stream, it would have been even better!!!!

    The picture shows what you have missed in the upper pool.

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