water change and raise temp into the 80s. Only offer small live earthworms.
Jools wrote: @Steve, have you got another similar species of Taria thr shows a different cranial morphology?
Blimey, it's snail city!
kruseman wrote:I'm keeping one specimen of T. dunni and I can only confirm this is a very elusive species.
It is in a rather small tank here a.t.m. and it's the largest fish in there but it never ever shows itself.
I have to say the the colouration of my dunni (got it from Marc) is darker and plainer than the ones posted . I don't recognize the elongated bodyshape as well here.
The.Dark.One wrote:What do you mean?Jools wrote: @Steve, have you got another similar species of Taria thr shows a different cranial morphology?
wrasse wrote:known glanidium species were not from that location.
The.Dark.One wrote:I can't find anything on a river named Piamotes or Paimotes?
Jools wrote:Incidentally, G. sp(1) is, I think, this elongate species
Jools wrote:Incidentally, G. sp(1) is, I think, this elongate species. So, would be happy to replace that pic with new ones of this fish......
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