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Re: Denisonii biotope

Postby SUBHRADEEP » Sat Aug 22, 2015 3:25 am

I have never had a planted tank, so I dont know anything abt planted tanks, but last time i kept denisonii in a tank with full of big rocks collected from railway tracks and one driftwood. They seemed very happy in that setup and grew very large. anyone who has kept these fishes in a planted setup, pl share your views...
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Re: Denisonii biotope

Postby SanamMarik » Sat Aug 22, 2015 5:51 am

If that is the case thn you shoukd change the topic name nd remove 'Biotope' from it.
Biotopes r nt easy to set up nd maintain, its advanced level stuffs, u need to keep everything same as nature including water parameters, temp, vegetation, terrain, etc. Also when applicable tides r to be maintained too. So bttr change biotope from the heading, its misleading.
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Re: Denisonii biotope

Postby Soumya Sarkar » Sat Aug 22, 2015 4:15 pm

SUBHRADEEP wrote:I also don't know what other fishes share their habitat. If anyone knows, please share. All I know is that they are found in fast flowing hill streams and rocky pools in the Western Ghats region.


Name of some fish sp. share the same habitat. Also mentioning their IUCN Status for "you know what"......

Pristolepis marginatus (Malabar Leaf Fish) Vulnerable
Amblypharyngodon melettinus (Silver Carplet) Data deficient
Sperata aor (Long-whiskered catfish/Indian Shovelnose Catfish) Data deficient
Balitora brucei(Gray's stone loach) Data deficient
Chanda nama (Indian Glass Fish, Bengali: Kath Chada) Low risk least concern
Devario malabaricus Low risk least concern
Etroplus maculatus (Orange Chromide) Low risk least concern
Pangio baashai Data deficient
Rasbora daniconius (Slender rasbora) Low risk nearly threatened
and all of our common Channas (but dont try them with danisonii.... [-x )

Now a danisonii biotope..... :)
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Re: Denisonii biotope

Postby SUBHRADEEP » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:06 pm

Thanks for sharing the list of fishes and the picture.
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