My Chinese freshwater fishes

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Jim Powers
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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by Jim Powers » Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:13 pm

Your pics are not showing up.
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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by raedeon » Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:03 am

yulai1006 wrote:Acrossocheilus labiatus and Pseudogastromyzon fangi , Acrossocheilus labiatus are collected in ZheJiang Province,
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Sarcocheilichys parvus and Rhodeus atremius suigensis
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Microphysogobio tafangensis,these fish is my greatest gains from ZheJiang, what a wonderful fish. I heard of this kinda fish is difficult to keep for they cannot bear with low oxygen in water.
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There are some issues with 126.net and hotlinking images. It might be good to just stick with something like Photobucket to make sure they all show up:) The ones you posted early on in the thread look great!
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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by palaeodave » Sat Jun 04, 2011 3:12 pm

I can see all of the pictures fine now. Thank you for sharing them.

Opsariichthys evolans are so beautiful. It's a shame they are so difficult to keep in captivity.
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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by Jim Powers » Sat Jun 04, 2011 9:00 pm

I still can't see them. :?
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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by yulai1006 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:25 am

palaeodave wrote:I can see all of the pictures fine now. Thank you for sharing them.

Opsariichthys evolans are so beautiful. It's a shame they are so difficult to keep in captivity.
:( that fishs gone for tis wound...very sad ,but i still have four baby Opsariichthys evolansHope I can bring them up

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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by yulai1006 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:26 am

yulai1006 wrote:
palaeodave wrote:I can see all of the pictures fine now. Thank you for sharing them.

Opsariichthys evolans are so beautiful. It's a shame they are so difficult to keep in captivity.
:( that fishs gone for its wounds...very sad ,but i still have four baby Opsariichthys evolansHope I can bring them up

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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by yulai1006 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:27 am

Jim Powers wrote:I still can't see them. :?
Now you can try to see my pics again..

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Re: My Chinese freshwater fishes

Post by amiidae » Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:39 am

been awhile.. bumped to this thread when I google search Paracobitis potanini. :)

here's my Chinese loach. :)

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