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Thread: 10 Oct 08 @ C328 and Polyart: Fauna

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    10 Oct 08 @ C328 and Polyart: Fauna

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    Quick roundup as of 3:00pm...

    Polyart
    Hyalobagrus sp. (can't remember which, either H. flavus or H. ornatus)
    Ompok sp.

    C328
    Apistogramma agassizii "Gold"
    A. agassizii "Alenquer"
    A. agassizii ("Super Red"?)
    A. cacatuoides ("Triple Red"?)
    A. macmasteri
    A. iniridae

    Cleithracara maronii (small specimens)
    Mikrogeophagus ramirezi

    Boraras brigittae
    Celestichthys margaritatus (celestial pearl danio)
    Garra sp. (supposedly looking like G. rufa but really don't know what it is)
    Sewellia lineolata

    Pseudomugil furcatus

    Betta cracens
    B. ocellata
    B. taeniata
    B. sp. "Mahachai"

    Ctenops nobilis (frail gourami)
    Malpulutta kretseri

    Corydoras axelrodi
    C. duplicareus
    C. habrosus
    C. panda (really small specimens)
    C. pygmaeus
    C. schwartzi

    Otocinclus cocama (zebra oto)
    Nannoptopoma sp. (possibly N. spectabilis)
    Parotocinclus jumbo (LDA25)

    Centromochlus perugiae (I think)

    Peckoltia sp. L134 (many of them, in multiple tanks)
    Sturisoma sp. (whiptail, small ones in the betta tanks)

    Sulawesi shrimps
    Neocaridina heteropoda "Yellow" (yellow shrimp)
    Neocaridina cf. zhangjiajiensis (snowball shrimp)

    Anentome helena (snail-eating snail)
    Tylomelania sp. (Sulawesi snails)

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    Anyone can verify if its Nannacara anomala on the table?
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    How's the quality of the Malpulutta kretseri? And does they come in pair?

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    It's a pair of M. kretseri, they look healthy. The male has got potential, the fins look good. Given good care, I think it will look great.

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    Thanks, Quixotic, for the great feedbacks ... Tomorrow shall go and "sapu" after lunch.

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    The M. kretseri have been there since early last week. I'm quite surprised they haven't been snapped up yet.

    Quixotic, is Apistogramma agassizii "Gold" a new variant? I've only seen Apistogramma viejita "Gold" and Apistogramma agassizii "Fire Red" before. Could it be the latter?

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    Anybody knows what's the species of the huge corydoras that's in the tank above the plants at C328? It looks like normal bronze cory but it's huge.
    - Luenny

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    Brochis splendens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cacatuoides View Post
    Anyone can verify if its Nannacara anomala on the table?
    I think it is... Wed night i been there... Is that pair still inside plastic bag in the plastic tank of zebra ottos?

    Quote Originally Posted by illumnae View Post
    The M. kretseri have been there since early last week. I'm quite surprised they haven't been snapped up yet.

    Quixotic, is Apistogramma agassizii "Gold" a new variant? I've only seen Apistogramma viejita "Gold" and Apistogramma agassizii "Fire Red" before. Could it be the latter?
    They should be the same...
    Apistogramma agassizii "Gold" and "Fire Red"~~!!!
    But somehow i find it very costly but quite a healthy and mature pair
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    Oh guys can someone call uncle or auntie??? Because wed night i ask them about new stock of fishes, uncle say tonight 10th of Oct will come in but i don't have their numbers.
    Or anyone can pm me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_ZhaN View Post
    Thanks, Quixotic, for the great feedbacks ... Tomorrow shall go and "sapu" after lunch.
    Tomorrow??? a bit late la ....

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    Oh yeah, my apologies. The date of the sighting should actually read 9 Oct.

    it was just past midnight into the early hours of 10 Oct when I started the thread. My bad, sleepy head.

    So I guess, "tomorrow" is actually referring to today 10 Oct, may be still okay unless someone grabbed them on 9 Oct after my sighting!

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    shouldn't be...they've been sitting there for almost 2 weeks

    I'm hoping there's still Cory. habrosus there after work this evening. They're my favourite dwarf cory!

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    There's 2 pairs of Nannacara Anomala still in their bags sitting on the table.

    The Agassizii "Gold" is the same as the "Fire Red" variant which I brought in earlier this year. I guess its just a different trade name but the same fish.
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    C.hasbrosus is back! yes finally! after months of waiting...

    edit : how many pieces there? tomorrow i'll be going down c328 to buy them....
    Last edited by EvolutionZ; 10th Oct 2008 at 19:08.

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    ya confirmed as of today afternoon. 10 oct.

    Polyart + C328 [09 oct]

    Boraras brigittae
    Otocinclus cocama (zebra oto) 1x left
    Nannoptopoma sp. (possibly N. spectabilis) . indicated on the packet so.. not sure, but around 3x left [not avail at polyart]

    ya was there today as well, evo, i left around 2pm so pretty much missed seeing you there.

    The zebras at polyart are really huge, maybe 1.5 times bigger than regular ottos, healthy and very active. I saw 10 indicated on the plastic bag.. so $10 maybe, expensive and too large for a 1FT.

    I didnt get any boraras B as im still waiting for my tank to stablise. Currently the 2 stronger strands of these fishes i have are surviving, but 1 has gone out of sight, so abit worried.

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    I got some Corydoras habrosus this evening. Not many left, less than 10? Do choose carefully as some have sunken belly. I notice the M. kretseri is gone. Congrats Ah_Zhan!

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    Does anyone remember how much the Yellow Shrimps were selling? And any still left?

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    Im at C328 reporting in now. ALL healthy habrousus are being cleared by me liao, left 3pcs with sunken belly and a bigger sized one. Zebra ottos still in the plastic tank on cashier table, the bigger zebras are at the bottom tank of cory rack.
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    Another thing, the pair of agassizi i think most likely super red looks really good. Pygmeaus still got plenty on the top tank of cory rack.
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