Martin S wrote:I do like the Danio dangila you suggest sid, nice choice! I'll keep my eyes open for them!
sidguppy wrote:enter Danio dangila
sojapat wrote:Bogged down with lots of nice choice ,what a great position to be in
sojapat wrote:The dangilla is the Myanmar one yes. It is a pound cheaper than opsarius though ??? A no brainer IMO opsarius are more interesting by far .The more I watch the Glyptothorax the more I think they will compete sucsessfully with the big eaters .
sojapat wrote:Rupert we had some new freegradei in last month with red fins Kamphol said they were new they flew out sadly no picture
There are some great fish from Myanmar still appearing ,I had a flourescent yellow giant danio last year .
Anyway Martin its great to see they have settled in and are feeding well,get some paracetamol for the headache,I bet google images is worn out
MatsP wrote:Habitat may be similar, but being pedantic to annoyance (as I can be ), they are from West Sumatra, which is more than a few hundred miles of mountains and salt-water from Thailand, where the Glyptothorax siamensis originate.
They look nice on the pictures I could find!
MatsP wrote:They look nice!
Nice!! any idea of sexing?? The biggest look stubier than the 2 smaller one??
Big female and 2 small males??
N0body Of The Goat wrote:The new trio look great!
Have you put them straight in the existing trio, Opsarius and Pearls in the 5-footer, or are you going to QT them first?
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