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post #16 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Update 26-11-2012, after removing all the moss on driftwood bonsai, overlooking the lake seems to be more open. will add mosses following minitaiwan.



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What is the Erios sp?
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Erios. is found in Cu Chi, South Vietnam, it belongs to rush, when aquatic plant, grows only to dust and to gradually, not growing too, especially small leaves and slender, look very nice
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post #21 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 04:52 PM
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Erios. is found in Cu Chi, South Vietnam, it belongs to rush, when aquatic plant, grows only to dust and to gradually, not growing too, especially small leaves and slender, look very nice
Wonder if I can find it in America
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do you have a scientific name for that pandafish, or maybe another common name?
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do you have a scientific name for that pandafish, or maybe another common name?
I did not find information about the fish, pandafish is the name that people in Vietnam for it, and it is one of the rare fish imported from China
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I did not find information about the fish, pandafish is the name that people in Vietnam for it, and it is one of the rare fish imported from China
What do they eat??? Algae???
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are these them? i was browsing my lfs's website for some fish to stock my newly cycled tank and saw them.

http://www.neptuneaquatics.com/fwfis...on-pachychilus
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What do they eat??? Algae???
it eat algae grip on the glass, driftwood, rocks, clean up excess food in the tank. fish with a mouth like Otto. it is so expensive because of the dynamic beauty and rare otto
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are these them? i was browsing my lfs's website for some fish to stock my newly cycled tank and saw them.

http://www.neptuneaquatics.com/fwfis...on-pachychilus
yeah, exactly right, so their scientific name is Panda Loach (Protomyzon Pachychilus), thank you so much.
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some plants that I collected

Waterlily, of Junglefowl members brought gifts from the U.S. to Vietnam


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it eat algae grip on the glass, driftwood, rocks, clean up excess food in the tank. fish with a mouth like Otto. it is so expensive because of the dynamic beauty and rare otto


yeah, exactly right, so their scientific name is Panda Loach (Protomyzon Pachychilus), thank you so much.
Thanks! That panda loach is 75$ each...wow


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Thanks! That panda loach is 75$ each...wow
Panda Loach in Vietnam price of about $ 20 only )
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