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Is that a goby in the back of the first picture? If so what species? Hi Hokum, the goby is Sicyopterus longifilis , which has the common name in the trade of 'Sumatran Genghis Khan goby'. http://i921.photobucket.com/albums/ad52/CanaryLoach/Fish/DSCN7716A.jpg The above photo is an old pic (of the sa...
8) 8) 8) The S. octozona are wonderful little loaches, really outgoing and friendly, with the most fascinating little behavioural quirks such as their seemingly flexible luminous snouts that they move about all the time when nosing around, and the way they graze on the decor and cling to vertical su...
Hi Nancy, Any idea where those mystery loaches originated from? Could they be juvenile Lepidocephalichthys furcatus ? http://www.loaches.com/species-index/lepidocephalichthys-furcatus Behaviour wise, I don't think your proposed list of fish would be a problem, however, Rosy loaches tend to do better...
Hi Aozora, welcome to Loaches Online, and congratulations on your Dojo/Weather loach spawning! Whilst this old thread does not detail the actual spawning, it may be of interest to you: http://forums.loaches.com/viewtopic.php?t=6396 Fry feeding details can be found on the 4th page.
- Fri Jul 24, 2009 8:55 pm
- Forum: Loach Forum
- Topic: HELP PLEASE! Pregnant YoYo Loach
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Hi Pearlescent, Some of these more difficult to breed species are likely to do so in the wild following seasonal changes. This article may be of interest to give you some ideas as how to best simulate this in the aquarium: http://www.aquarticles.com/articles/breeding/adolfsson_dry%20and%20rainy%20se...
Larger groups (15+) usually help to calm this behaviour, but in general Sids are quite bold/boisterous/inquisitive, so tankmates should be chosen with care. Slow moving fancy finned fish or shy species, for example, are not the best choices to mix with them.
Hi saint_dracula, This may be of interest/help: http://www.loaches.com/species-index/vaillantella-maassi . I have about 20, which share a tank with a large group of Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki . My V. maassi stay hidden for the most part, but when food enters the tank, they are very bold and will come...