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Hendra
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My River tanks

Post by Hendra » Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:58 am

HI !! I'm new here. :D
Sharing pictures of my River Tanks, Thanks to Martin for the excellent system.

http://loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3171
Size : 75X40X35 cm
Inhabit by some 14 Gastromyzon sp SK01 (South Kalimantan), 7 Paracrossocheilus vitatus, and 2 Nemacheilus chrysolaimos.

http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3167
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3168

http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3172
Size : 80X45X40 cm
Inhabit by only 2 species, 12 G. ctenocephalus and 8 G. spSW01 (Sarawak?)

http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3161
G. ctenocephalus
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3162
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3163
G. sp SW01
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3169
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3170]

http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3173Size: 90X45X40 cm

New home for Gastromyzon sp SK01
http://www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3164
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Post by Hendra » Thu Jan 12, 2006 8:35 am

Eh, did I made mistake in pictures posting?
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Post by Graeme Robson » Thu Jan 12, 2006 8:57 am

Hi Hendra. Welcome to LOL. :D

The problem is that you used the "Img" links and not the "URL" ones.

Lovely tanks and loaches! :)



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WOW

Post by lunasmile » Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:09 am

THEY ARE REALLY CUTE PICS... :wink:

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Post by Emma Turner » Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:44 am

Hi Hendra! Welcome to Loaches Online :D

Thank you for sharing the excellent photos of your River Tank with us. You have some beautiful Hillstream loaches there.

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Re: My River tanks

Post by sophie » Thu Jan 12, 2006 10:46 am

I think this should work:

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Size : 75X40X35 cm
Inhabit by some 14 Gastromyzon sp SK01 (South Kalimantan), 7 Paracrossocheilus vitatus, and 2 Nemacheilus chrysolaimos.

Image
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Image
Size : 80X45X40 cm
Inhabit by only 2 species, 12 G. ctenocephalus and 8 G. spSW01 (Sarawak?)

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G. ctenocephalus
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G. sp SW01
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ImageSize: 90X45X40 cm

New home for Gastromyzon sp SK01
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Re: My River tanks

Post by sophie » Thu Jan 12, 2006 10:50 am

sophie wrote:I think this should work:
and it didn't.
how bizarre.

actually, not that bizarre. not actually image links. that'll be it.
DOH.
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Post by Martin Thoene » Thu Jan 12, 2006 3:30 pm

Great pictures Hendra. Nice to see more of my "children" :wink:

The problem with the pictures is the URL you are using.

Here's an example:

www.loachtank.com//displayimage.php?pos=-3167

The software automatically recognizes that as a URL and creates a hotlink (run your cursor over the URL)

If you want to get that picture in post you need a different URL. To get it, open the picture at the hosting site. Right click and go to Properties. This will give you the URL of the picture, which in this case is:

http://www.loachtank.com//albums/userpi ... 01%7E1.jpg

Once again, the software automatically creates a hot-link.

To get the picture (only) to show in post, highlight it and click on the Img button above. That encodes it and it will appear in-post, thus......

Image

What that is, is the version that is in the first URL above. If you had left-clicked on that picture at the host site it would take you to the full-size file picture. A shortcut to this is to use the smaller-size pic URL above and just take out normal_. This gives you:

Image

Great pictures and I hope the quick picture post tutorial is useful.

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Post by Jim Powers » Thu Jan 12, 2006 5:25 pm

Nice tanks, and fish!! Thanks for sharing, and welcome to LOL!! :)
You make us all envious :D
How about some pics of the other unnamed Gastromyzon species?

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Post by Hendra » Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:05 am

Try after the tutorial from Martin, thanks

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Size : 75X40X35 cm
Inhabit by some 14 Gastromyzon sp SK01 (South Kalimantan), 7 Paracrossocheilus vitatus, and 2 Nemacheilus chrysolaimos

Image

Image

Image

Size : 80X45X40 cm
Inhabit by only 2 species, 12 G. ctenocephalus and 8 G. spSW01 (Sarawak?)

Image

Image

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G. ctenocephalus

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G. sp SW01

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New home for Gastromyzon sp SK01

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Post by Jim Powers » Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:28 am

Thanks, Hendra!
That species SWO1 looks like some unknown gastromyzons that Martin found in his local fish store.

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Post by Hendra » Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:31 am

I believe its the same species.
Too bad I still can not got G. ocellatus from local shop here.

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Post by Hendra » Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:39 am

Jim, here some pics of another undescribed Gastromyzon from South Kalimantan, I call them as G. sp SK02

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Stunning

Post by LES.. » Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:49 am

Wow, those red flashes on the tails are just spectacular!

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Post by Jim Powers » Fri Jan 13, 2006 1:14 pm

WOW!! That is a gorgeous fish!!
Its interesting, I wasn't able to get gastromyzons at all in my area until the last two years. Now we get them once or twice per year. The shipments I see are almost always a mixture of ctenocephalus, oscellatus, and another species we thought was G. ridens (dark base coat, very fine spots with a hint of blue on the tail). It now seems that it may be another undescribed species.
I presently have all three species. But now, I see three more species I would love to have. :D

Thanks for the pics!

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