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Martin G.

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  • in reply to: Synodontis ID #354026

    Martin G.
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    @Matt said:
    Yep, hybridisation is quite common in wild fishes and is also a possible mechanism by which speciation, i.e., formation of new species, occurs. Don’t see any reason why this could not occur in Synodontis.

    What do you think?

    Copied the thread to a facebook group on african catfish. First answer: hybrid of multipunctatus x eupterus. Which is definetily unnatural…

     

    martin

    in reply to: Characin Id Please.. (Odontocharacidium aphanes) #350593

    Martin G.
    Participant

    There was a text about keeping and breeding of O. a. by M. and P. Hoffmann in Datz some years ago. Before 2000…

     

    Martin. 

    in reply to: Gastromyzon lepidogaster orange #349885

    Martin G.
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    I think there are no secrets – have at least one male, one female, no snails, no shrimps and clear water. And a possibility to collect eggs or fry.

     

    Martin. 

    in reply to: Amphilius #349847

    Martin G.
    Participant

    Maybe better in the media forum?

     

    http://youtu.be/NLCKbRwdXEY

    in reply to: A couple of pics #349840

    Martin G.
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    Hi Rüdiger,

     

    no – that’s not fair. 600D is not a bicycle in comparison to 5D. It’s a nice BMW 125 in comparison to 740 or something like this. 1Dx would be Ferrari… ;)

     

    Have fun. If you’ve the possibility, try to get a 100 mm macro and a Flash!

     

    Martin.

    in reply to: A couple of pics #349777

    Martin G.
    Participant

    Hi Rüdiger,

     

    nice gift. Still waiting for somebody giving me a 5d with 180 mm macro. ;)

     

    it’s definetily not roseus – too much colour…

     

    martin

    in reply to: A couple of pics #349726

    Martin G.
    Participant

    For me, they look like D. roseus…

     

    Martin.

    in reply to: New Fishes Named after U.S. Leaders, Three in Tennessee #349683

    Martin G.
    Participant

    Hi,

     

    it is not necessary to latinise nouns while using them as species names. The name is a free decision of the describer. Who asked for this when Hypancistus zebra or Pyrrhulina zigzag were named?

     

    Martin

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