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  • in reply to: Malaysia 2013 #351586

    hachge
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    Hi Matt

    I have B.miniopina the old strain swimming in my tanks but if you find a new population put me on your list when you will have fry

    in reply to: Merah & brigittae #350715

    hachge
    Participant

    Tank you all for the PDF

    in reply to: Merah & brigittae #350705

    hachge
    Participant

    I’d likea copy me too : [email protected]

    thanks a lot

    in reply to: Paracheirodon spp. #350649

    hachge
    Participant

    To me pH below 7 is acidic and soft water is below180 µS 😀

    My Betta and Paros are pH less than 4.5 and hardness 20/50 µS but this is extrem conditions for fish

    in reply to: Austrofundulus rupununi #350645

    hachge
    Participant

    Yes these are the fish Jacques collected last summer .I had some difficulties to keep the eggs and get fry after more than 6 months.First hatch  ranking from 6 weeks to 8months.Some eggs still there but blocked in 1rst diapause.

    I use to water the eggs every 15 days untill I can’t find eggs in the substrat.This time it is coco peat ,it is neutral.This fish and the eggs do not like acidic conditions:pH 6.5 to 7.5 is very good for the genus.I have no more basic peat and can’t find any in France.

    in reply to: Austrofundulus rupununi #350636

    hachge
    Participant

    I watered yesterday a bag of more than 3 months and have fry swimming now.Hope to establish the strain in my tank.

    in reply to: Betta pardalotos #350452

    hachge
    Participant

    Yes it is like dark tea

     

    in reply to: Austrofundulus rupununi #350427

    hachge
    Participant

    No as for all my SAA I collect eggs twice a month.Saa are nice fish to keep alone per tank which means you need 3 tanks per species,one for breeding pair,one for subadult and one per fry .The adventage they grow very fast but last  just more than one year generally 

    in reply to: Betta rubra and B. dennisyongi #350426

    hachge
    Participant

    Yes they are  but to me they are probably just a new population

    in reply to: Badis triocellus sp. nov. published #350372

    hachge
    Participant

    Received thank you

    in reply to: Badis triocellus sp. nov. published #350367

    hachge
    Participant

    I’d like a copy also please

    in reply to: Austrofundulus rupununi #350358

    hachge
    Participant

    Just go and catch them:D:D

    in reply to: Colin’s Flooded Forest Tank #350341

    hachge
    Participant

    Beautiful but just ons question:why white sand on the bottom and not a darker one ?

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    in reply to: Betta rubra and B. dennisyongi #350340

    hachge
    Participant

    I remember the wild fish I received from Indonesia they were very colorful and prefered aciic water around 4.0 5.5 pH.In 2010 we received new fish we called Rubra diadem as they had a mark on the head and much less color than the 2007 population called Aceh.The fish prefered clear water around 6 pH.

    in reply to: Microctenopoma damaci #348324

    hachge
    Participant

    It is amazing to watch the tiny fry of about 1 mm swimming around the head of the father without being eaten

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