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  • in reply to: Puntius denisonii Or P. chalakkudiensis? #346491

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    Puntius denisonii without a doubt

    in reply to: Canthophrys gongota #346285

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    QUOTE (andy rushworth @ Nov 28 2011, 01:12 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi Beta ,yes I noticed that looks fun /blush.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:blush:” border=”0″ alt=”blush.gif” /> tend to stick on the forums more http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlWU_V41PPQ

    Should be getting some Christmas presents from Andrew and i’m really looking forward to that.

    in reply to: Canthophrys gongota #346279

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    QUOTE (andy rushworth @ Nov 27 2011, 03:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi Vyastk ,wonder if the behaviour is the same if kept in a group ?

    Hi Andy,
    I have 4 in my tank and they are mostly buried in the sand as well.

    PS: Where did you disappear? Andrew has been testing us with a fish quiz everyday on FB!

    in reply to: Ctenops nobilis #346149

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    Matt: Vyas used to have 1 huge Ctenops. I think its the one in this link: http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/communit…pic&t=13000

    My Ctenops fry didn’t make it to adulthood. I have couple more adults brooding right now though.

    in reply to: Journal Of The Bombay Natural History Society 107(3) #345934

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    I would like to have those papers as well. Thanks

    in reply to: Ctenops nobilis #344996

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    Only 3 survivors!
    Here is a video of one of them taken on my mobile cam.

    in reply to: Ctenops nobilis #344890

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    Sam: Those are some excellent pics. Do you recall how many fry per spawn you got. I count less than 10 in my tank. What did you offer as a first food?

    Matt: I keep mine in fairly hard water and the temp is around 28 C. I think we need to update the knowledge base article as I feel they are paternal mouth brooders. Maybe Sam can verify?

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