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  • in reply to: Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus #353651

    Thomas
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    We will see Matt… ;)

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    in reply to: Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus #353612

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    Till now, 11 are hatched. They start feed artemia after a week. Of course I could take many Eggs off the Tank but I’m not sure if this make sense… Lots eggs doesn’t develop but for me it’s enough.

    L-Larve6.jpg

    At work…

    L_italicus32_paar-2.jpg

    in reply to: Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus #353579

    Thomas
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    03.10.2014:

    L-Larve1.jpg

    :)

    in reply to: Italian newt – Lissotriton italicus #353575

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    Half a year later…

    …eggs in developing:

    01.10.2014:

    Ei2_01.10.14.jpg

    02.10.2014:

    Ei3_02.10.14.jpg

     

    The male, I have only this one, all other five seems to be females…

    L_italicus28_m.jpg

    One of the females:

    L_italicus30_w.jpg

    Male with female (behind)

    L_italicus29_paar.jpg

     

    Cheers,

    Thomas

    in reply to: Eastern Newts – Notophthalmus viridescens #353568

    Thomas
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    No Matt, the cb 2014 are in a separate small tank. The cb 2013 and the adults live together.

    in reply to: Marbled salamander – Ambystom opacum #353494

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    in reply to: Eastern Newts – Notophthalmus viridescens #353493

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    One of the adults, a cb 2013 and one cb 2014 Smile

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    in reply to: Pangio spp. #353492

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    Pangio sp. ‘PAN06’ With a hint to P. shelfordii and maybe P. incognito.

    Sadly two died and I have only a pair.

     

    in reply to: Untypical coloration of Cobitis taenia #353491

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    But neither Misgurnus nor Paramisgurnus has an eye line and the barbels are much to short. But the caudale looks a bit more Misgurnus like than Cobitis. The position of the dorsale doesn’t fit to weatherloches.

    I stay at Cobitis :)

    in reply to: Untypical coloration of Cobitis taenia #353472

    Thomas
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    Yes, but this could be an issue of the flash and/or the camera. Not sure.

    in reply to: Pangio spp. #353468

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    Lips, barbels, nasaltubes and pectorals of a male.

    P_sp3_9.jpgP_sp3_10.jpg

     

    in reply to: Unknown Pangio #353467

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    In light of current events I have to dig out the next Pangio thread.
    What do you think about this?
    http://evolution.science.nus.edu.sg/Ornamental_fish/YGN921.html

    Comparing with the first pic of this thread I would say this fits. Is it possible that the Pangios of this thread is yet P. alternans?

    The link for the whole site, maybe not only for loaches usefull ;)

    http://evolution.science.nus.edu.sg/Ornamental_fish.html

    Cheers,

    Thomas

    in reply to: European Minnow – Phoxinus phoxinus #353466

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    No really plans, overwintering in my cellar and hoping for the best…

     

    The third pic is P. bigerri, rigth? I’ve seen this pic in another thread of you? Are the others also bigerri?

     

    Two pics from the q-tank:

    Bar_bar13.jpgBar_bar14.jpg

     

    in reply to: Pangio spp. #353455

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    It’s time to dig out the best Pangio-thread ever! Cool

    Today I sorted out 4 “unique” Pangio of a shipment of normal Pangio. First I’ve noticed the different patterning of the caudale. Some types of shelfordii has similar markings on the tailfin but I never seen it in such a clear form.

    P_sp3_4.jpg

    The next things that reminds me to the shelfordii group is that the eye is on a light zone ( like P. shelfordii or P. incognito), not on a dark bar like the most striped pangio have.
    P_sp3_5.jpgP_sp3_6.jpgP_sp3_7.jpg

    A pair (male is the upper one)

     

    But the body markings/saddles doesn’t looks like the shelfordii group.

     

    The four are luckily two pairs (checked it in a white bucket from top) and the male have above the eye a dark zone, the females not. No sexual dimorphism I guess, only a note ;)

     

    P_sp3_1m.jpg

    The two males, the lower one has a small light line through the dark zone above the eye. At the upper one this aerea is complete dark.

    P_sp3_2f.jpgP_sp3_3f.jpg

    As you can see, The females don’t have this.

     

    Now it’s your turn, what do you think?

     

    Thomas

     

    in reply to: European Minnow – Phoxinus phoxinus #353454

    Thomas
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    Not collected by myself, but I’ve 4 minnows and 11 loaches, both from the same source.

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