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tyrano34

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  • in reply to: Goby? #349110

    tyrano34
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    for me young Eleotris sp or new species of Belobranchus

    in reply to: Goby? #349068

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    You wary of him because he is a killer in one year he killed my male “Mugilogobius latiftrons” and massacred a Mogurnda that was bigger than him.

    I had a problem in sulawesi aquarium and I put the latifrons with Belobranchus,the time I prepare another aquarium for the latifrons either alone, all day I watched their behavior and it was really the impression that both are accepted.

    Usually the Belobranchus attack very quickly the fish, if that was the case I would have found another temporary solution.

    As all going very well, I wanted to wait a day for than aquarium whether operational, an security …

    But the next morning, I found the body of latifrons with all fins torn he’s dead ….

    The Belobranchus not support the presence of other fish;

    Now I keep this fish alone in a 54 liters
    I think it is a female that I have, I hope one day to have a male but I’m afraid that the fish can not bear to stay in couple.

    in reply to: Goby? #349056

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    maybe Belobranchus sp  

    http://i456.photobucket.com/albums/qq290/aqualifestyle-34/aqualifestyle-34%20fish/Belobranchusbelobranchus7.jpg

    look my Belobranchus belobranchus : http://freshwater-gobies.actifforum.com/t35-belobranchus-belobranchus#55

    If the pelvic fins are glued together, it is a goby.

    If they are separated, it is a “Sleeper fish” as the Belobranchus.

    in reply to: Rainbowfish to id please #347716

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    for me is Telmatherina bonti

    http://www.ruinemans.com/nl-NL/9582/koorna…s-sulawesi.html

    telmatherina and the gobies and shrimps from Sulawesi lakes are in great danger:

    http://www.aqualifestyle-france.com/t7748-…in-great-danger

    when I showed this topic to Helen Larson she was very sad and confirmed to me that normally the two videos we should see many telmatherina.

    in reply to: Stiphodon sp. hi-fin #347715

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    So you succeeded in reproduce it?

    Thank you

    bye

    tyty

    in reply to: Help Me On Apteronotus Albifrons #344725

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    I thank you for your help, although I do not often present on this forum, I always talked about you on my forum.

    I know this forum verifies always your informations and on this this forum is very good for aquarists willing to share with others.

    I just answered Heiko Bleher about these questions on the subject of the protocol.
    I hope this project will be moving forward.

    Because I’m tired of being in the midst of all this information.

    It is time for aquarists the world wakes up and looks at what is happening in the world


    tyrano34
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    Yes, but I cannot tell you if the dam built upstream ‘ll disrupt what is below the dam.

    However, it is interesting to set up an information on the fish habitat.
    That’s why I created this tool: http://www.aqualifestyle-france.com/t7776-…aquatic-species

    you understand what I’m trying to develop?

    in reply to: Sewellia fry #344357

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    Beautiful, now gives us the parameters please

    thank you

    in reply to: Indostomus paradoxus #344356

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    thank you , I do not know what you think, but for me the lakes of Myanmar are in danger .

    Fishermen talking about established invasive fish species.

    I think it is important to establish rules that help to reproduce this fish.

    in reply to: Stiphodon spp. #342434

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    I think I understand why in France we do not find female Stiphodon rainbow.

    http://www.qianhuchina.com/All_Fish_Pix.as…=81&nid=688
    looks

    in reply to: Sicyopterus id? #341824

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wwPzPQ7_0U

    I share this moment with you my friends.

    in reply to: Stiphodon spp. #341823

    tyrano34
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    Hello my friends

    would show levels of color change.

    in reply to: Id Please #319225

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    yes very nice sleeper

    when you see four different species on a single referral selling, you understand now why it is important to establish a database.

    All fish in this type of habitat may disappear with warming of the earth.

    in reply to: Id Please #319202

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    http://www17.tok2.com/home2/tarogoby/zukan…an_eritosp.html

    yes very good ,
    I await the confirmation of a professor of natural history museum of Paris.

    in reply to: Id Please #319200

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    yes, and it is the first time that I’m stuck on the identity of a fish.

    I don’t like stuck on the identification fish

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