Some shots of my Catfish, Loaches, Eels, Algae eat

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Postby AQUASAUR » 2007-02-04 22:24

Hello, Everybody!
I saw a few new faces in ?Member faces? topic?Thanks for sharing your mugs, Pals!
But it would be nice to know your real names too and some person?s typicalness info??
(That because I will economize the following fish names and info also?:P )

So, I see ? Amber is the most unserious girl, if talking about mugs pics?;)
But as I promise ? here is a one new thread from me, and the first bunch of photos:


Blue Ghost Cat
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Brachygobius xanthozona - Bumble Bee Goby
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Ottocinclus

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Callichthys Callichthys

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Sailfin Pleco
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Banjo Catfish
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Postby gm333 » 2007-02-04 22:42

Excellent pics, I know all the species except the last one?
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2007-02-04 23:00

Wohoa! Superb as ever! I love the goby, and that shot of the pleco eating is just superb!
I agree with GM - what is that last one?
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2007-02-04 23:12

Amazing! I came to this forum to post some pics of my own but how can anyone follow what you have just shown us, truly awe-inspiring. Such detail, in fact I would go as far as saying that there is probably not many in the hobby that would be aware of all the little appendages some catfish and their ilk have on them. Please do not take this as a critique, but would love to see a shot of the Otocinclus affinis highlighting what appear to be hair like filaments on it?s flanks. Thanks for giving us all the pleasure of seeing fish in such detail. :tup:
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2007-02-04 23:21

Dysichthys depressus, am I close? :o :tup:
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Postby smiley » 2007-02-04 23:57

i love that glass catfish . . . perfect :tup:

is that a sailfin plec i see? (love them fish)

my pictures are so inferior compared to yours

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can plecs see what they are eating ?
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Postby railinsp » 2007-02-05 01:02

If those were graded 1-10 10 being then best 10++
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Postby sharkdude » 2007-02-15 14:25

Exellent Isto! could you label them for us?
STUFF

Smooth
Happy
Ardent
Resourceful
Kool
Diligent
Utilitarian
Dependable
Exemplary
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Postby AQUASAUR » 2007-02-16 09:55

Yeah, I?ll do it for you, Sam, also for Mike, Kat, Carl, Susan, Dookie, Kevin and the rest of you,
who had take serious my request about mugs pics and person?s typicalness info ?!
About IBF & unserious Company?I?ll post in advance the next bunch of photos?
Just to let them a last chance to revenge with self-photos? :pics:

Yes, the last Guy is a Banjo cat, but what kind of variety?I still don?t know?!??
Looking at the pictures in the Net?so ?qualify??I can?t recognize it?!?
What do you think ? is it Dysichthys coracoideus , or bunocephalichthys ?

So, may be these next 5 detailed photos of mine may be help...
Usually, this Banjo cat is hiding in the tank and show up only in feeding time?
Attaching to woods or hiding below them, his mimicry helps him to be almost invisible?

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At the end of the this ?hard photo session??after much tempting meal, which I had giving to him?
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2007-02-16 10:30

Dysichthys sp. cf. coracoideus and Dysichthys coracoideus too me are favourites. The brown/black blotches, which these two specie show, are lacking in D. depressus. The latter, in the picture that I have, show creamy white blotches which in my opinion look more like spots. I'll have to google bunocephalichthys as I have no record of it in my libary. Amazing photos, :tup:
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Postby Mick e. t. » 2007-02-16 10:44

Bunocephalus amazonicus, have you had a look at this one on planet catfish, looks close :tup:
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2007-02-16 13:21

Hehehe he's a gorgeous cattie!
My camera card reader has broken down, so I've ordered another one. That and I work almost 7 days a week, so I haven't had a lot of time Hristo, sorry about that! :D
Anyway, I thought the agreement was for a full tank shot? :P

I love the way the barbels are textured like that, how big is he?
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Postby AQUASAUR » 2007-04-01 12:43

Indigo Blue Fish wrote:My camera card reader has broken down, so I've ordered another one. That and I work almost 7 days a week, so I haven't had a lot of time ...

Echooo, it?s a month and half passed?Is it any problem still now? :rolleyes: :P




Here are some of my old, amateurs Ray?s shots?
Hope you?ll like it:

Potamotrigon Reticulatus:

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Postby AQUASAUR » 2007-04-08 10:39

What do you think ? is this Ray?s specimen is Potamotrigon Reticulatus or Hystrix !?
And, what is the color of the Ray?s eyes?are they different kinds, like the Humans?!?
This one Beauty seems to me ?Blue eyes?: Image

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And have somebody seem ever how this Creatures are kissing? Image

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Postby AQUASAUR » 2007-04-11 17:07

I don't see any Stingrays fans...
but here is something to notice!
I bough this special Stingrays Aqualog?
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and see what a WARNING I was find there:
What do you, fellows, think about!!??
I hope, you know how Steve Irvwn died...!

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