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arrrry - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#1
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas.
As Subject......
silahkan konsultasikan ikan Predator anda dan pamerkan ikan buas kesayangan anda.


Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

ada tambahan nih o

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Original Posted By TheDorikiN
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2


Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

tuker innova? D


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Original Posted By thecloude
gue mau bagi2 pics neh biar semua nya pada ngiler D D D

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2



silahkan memberi komentar dan berdiskusi....... \)
hansip - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#2
Autolock Thread by Hansip
Thread ini adalah thread lanjutan dari http://kask.us/1212758 yang sudah melebihi batas reply.

Terima kasih.
franslee - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#3

masa ia itu buaya gan??nohope:
verxel - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#4

ithu bukn na yg seaworld yah?
panda22 - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#5

apa tuh ? D
q_pro - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#6

Kan udah ada thread nya bro.....
TheDorikiN - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#7

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
TheDorikiN - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#8

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
TheDorikiN - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#9

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
TheDorikiN - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#10

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
TheDorikiN - 07/02/2011 06:53 PM
#11

cuma punya segitu2nya.. paling lohan yg banyak mah.. p
orchidaceae_rz - 07/02/2011 06:56 PM
#12
Ikan Predator Yang Umum Dijual Di Indonesia
Spoiler for Catfish

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Original Posted By hanunxx

Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
24. RED TAIL CATFISH (Phractocephalus hemioliopterus)
FAMILY: Pimelodidae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 52" (approx. 130cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: will eat ANY fish smaller than its size (unless for feeding purposes), overfeeding is a common cause of death in this species

*Pics taken from animal-world.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
25. TIGER SHOVELNOSE CATFISH (Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum)
FAMILY: Pimelodidae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 48" (approx. 120cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: there are reports that they can grow to twice its size, gravel should be avoided since the catfish will eat gravel when hunting for other food and the gravel can’t always pass through their system

*Pics taken from flickr.com and azflyandtie.com


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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
36. HELLICOPTER CATFISH / TAPAH (Wallago leeri)
FAMILY: Siluridae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 80" (approx. 200cm)
ORIGIN: Southeast Asia
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: need a fish only diet the older it gets

*Pics and excerpts taken from scotcat.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>adult
107. GENGIS KHAN / CHAO PHRAYA GIANT CATFISH (Pangasius sanitwongsei)
FAMILY: Pangasiidae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 100" (approx. 250cm)
ORIGIN: Vietnam, Thailand (Southeast Asia)
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: oftenly mistaken as Pangasius sutchii especially at juvenile stage, oftenly referred as "Freshwater shark", the second biggest fish in the Mekong basins

*Pics and excerpts taken from aquatheque.com and planetcatfish.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
118. WELS CATFISH (Silurus glanis)
FAMILY: Siluriidae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 193" (approx. 490cm)
ORIGIN: Eastern Europe, Asia Minor, and Central Asia
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: not to be trusted with any other fish, best kept in a pond, it uses its sharp pectoral fins to capture prey

*Pics and excerpts taken from flower-horn.de, forums.waterwolves.com and planetcatfish.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>sub adult
119. FIREWOOD CATFISH (Sorubimichthys planiceps)
FAMILY: Pimelodidae
TYPE: Catfish
MAX SIZE: 64" (approx. 160cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: considered ''Vulnerable'' to extinction due to overfishing by commercial fisheries, under Colombian law, specimens under 95 cm may not be retained

*Pics and excerpts taken from planetcatfish.com





Spoiler for Characins

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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
26. RED BELLY PIRANHA (Pygocentrus nattereri)
FAMILY: Characidae
TYPE: Characins
MAX SIZE: 12" (approx. 30cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: the most common piranha of its group, keep in school of at least 6, strong filtration and high oxygen level in the water are essential to keep this species


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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
43. GAR CHARACINS (Ctenolucius hujeta)
FAMILY: Ctenoluciidae
TYPE: Characins
MAX SIZE: 28" (approx. 70cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: sometimes referred as "freshwater barracuda", best kept in schools


*Pics taken from petshop-zoomania.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
123. CACHORRO (Acestrorhynchus falcatus)
FAMILY: Acestrorhynchidae
TYPE: Characins
MAX SIZE: 10" (approx. 25cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: oftenly referred as "FRESHWATER BARRACUDA", will eat smaller fish, a schooling fish that should be either keep singly or in groups of 6 or more, if kept in groups of 2-5 fish, fighting will occur

*Pics and excerpts taken from and wikipedia.org and elacuarista.com


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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
122. AFRICAN PIKE (Hepsetus odoe)
FAMILY: Hepsetidae
TYPE: Characins
MAX SIZE: 28" (approx. 70cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: relatively short-lived and may only live about five years, occurs in most coastal rivers, lakes and swamps throughout Africa

*Pics and excerpts taken from fishbase.org


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
108. PAYARA / SABRETOOTH CHARACINS (Hydrolycus scomberoides)
FAMILY: Characidae
TYPE: Characins
MAX SIZE: 30" (approx. 75cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: a predatory that can only be kept with other equally large species, Prefers live fish and will eat anything that smaller then half it size, might eat even bigger fishes

*Pics and excerpts taken from aquatheque.com and drpez.org







Spoiler for Datznoid

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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2 >>> credit to mr. 7up beer:
40. INDONESIAN TIGERFISH (Datnuoides microlepis)
FAMILY: Datnioididae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 18" (approx. 45cm)
ORIGIN: Indonesia, particularly Borneo and Sumatra
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: Either keep it as a single specimen, or in a group of 3 or more

*Excerpts taken from seriouslyfish.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
41. PAPUA TIGERFISH (Datnioides campbelli)
FAMILY: Datnioididae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 18" (approx. 45cm)
ORIGIN: Indonesia, particularly Borneo and Sumatra
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: all tiger fish will turn unstable and blackish when stressed, this can be due to water condition, space constraints or bullying by other fish (even of the same species).

*Pics and excerpts taken from fishbase.org and practicalfishkeeping.co.uk





Spoiler for Bichir

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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>albino variant
30. SENEGALUS BICHIR (Polypterus senegalus)
FAMILY: Polypteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 12" (approx. 30cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: powerful jumper, and never mix with fish that fits in its mouth (unless for feeding purpose)


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
31. ARMOURED BICHIR (Polypterus delhezi)
FAMILY: Polypteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 14" (approx. 35cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: powerful jumper, predatory and may eat anything which will fit into its mouth


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
32. ORNATE BICHIR (Polypterus ornatipinnis)
FAMILY: Polypteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 32" (approx. 80cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: One of the most strikingly patterned of the bichirs, water chemistry is not critical as long as the quality is good


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
33. SADDLED BICHIR (Polypterus endlicheri)
FAMILY: Polypteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 32" (approx. 80cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: what distinct this species from other in the genus is the prominent lower jaw is longer than the upper jaw and have 11-15 dorsal finlets



FFLover - 07/02/2011 06:56 PM
#13

Dah part - 2 aja skrg o Ikut nongol di peki wan p
virusdetected. - 07/02/2011 07:02 PM
#14

Ckckck...pada rebutan
privat - 07/02/2011 07:03 PM
#15

hujeta +- 13-15 cm
susah makaan, uda 4 hari harus diapain ini ya..
segala jenis uda dicoba yg kira2 muat kemulutnya

harus ditambah lg gt hujetanya biar schooling ya?
Blinkdagger - 07/02/2011 07:32 PM
#16

gan2, mau nanya
Minggu kemarin (hari nya lupa, rabu kalo ga slh si) saya beli Jengis Khan 30 cm 1 ekor
pulang kerumah muntah (kayaknya karena stres ya)
nah pertanyaannya
kok sampai skrg belum mw makan yah?
saya beli dari salah 1 seller terpopuler di kaskus (namanya Dab****o)
nah , skrg gimana dong?
apakah saya balikin aja dan uang sy kembali?
katanya sih gpp

atau tunggu aja?

thx D

yg jawabannya bagus sy kasi cndol \)
orchidaceae_rz - 07/02/2011 07:35 PM
#17

Spoiler for Gar

Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
27. SPOTTED GAR PIKE (Lepisosteus oculatus)
FAMILY: Lepisosteidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 48" (approx. 120cm)
ORIGIN: North America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: powerful jumper, make sure to cover the top of the tank/pond when keeping this species


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
28. ALLIGATOR GAR (Atractosteus spatula)
FAMILY: Lepisosteidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 120" (approx. 300cm)
ORIGIN: North America
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: in February 2007, a 1.5-foot alligator gar was found roaming far in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia, when the city was hit by a major flood

*Pics and excerpts taken from wikipedia.com





Spoiler for Channa

Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>juvenile
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
34. GIANT SNAKEHEAD (Channa micropeltes)
FAMILY: Channidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 80" (approx. 200cm)
ORIGIN: Southeast Asia
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: as the giant snakehead matures, they lose their stripes and instead develop a bluish black and white pattern on their upper body, giant snakehead is also a good food fish although some people dislike the muddy taste

*pics taken from dnr.state.md.us and acuariofilia.pauluk.8k.com



ada yg mau nambahin ?? beer:
orchidaceae_rz - 07/02/2011 07:36 PM
#18

Spoiler for Knife Fish

Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
39. CLOWN KNIFEFISH (Chitala chitala)
FAMILY: Notopteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 40" (approx. 100cm)
ORIGIN: Southeast Asia
DIET: Carnivore
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: One of the more striking knifefish, their bodies have a series of black spots, which vary in pattern between fish, companions could include large catfish, Bichirs, Siamese Tigerfish


*Pics and excerpts taken from tropicaltank.co.uk and derwentkoiandtropicals.co.uk


Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Royal Knifefish (Chitala blanci)
Family
Notopteridae
Distribution
Thailand, Laos and Cambodia.
Habitat
Prefers flowing waters, and is most often found in main river channels and even rapids. It seems to be closely associated with rocky substrates. Is has also been recorded in pools and lakes.
Maximum Standard Length
48" (120cm), although 24" (60cm) is considered a good size in captivity. The body can also measure well in excess of 12" (30cm) in depth.
Minimum Tank Size
72" x 24" x 24" (180cm x 60cm x 60cm) - 680 litres should be the minimum tank size considered for juvenile fish. However these grow quickly, and a truly massive tank or tropical pond will be required for long term housing.
Tank Setup
Don't clutter the tank up with masses of decor, as this species needs lots of room to swim. A fairly sparse setup, perhaps with some large rounded stones and driftwood branches for effect is all that is really needed. Obviously, filtration should be very efficient for a large, predatory fish such as this. Dim lighting is also beneficial as it is mainly a nocturnal species.
Temperature
72-82° F (22-28°C)
pH Range
6.0-8.0
Hardness
5-20°H
Diet
It's predatory by nature, and will readily accept meaty foods such as prawn, mussel, lancefish etc in the aquarium. There is no real benefit in the use of live feeder fish. Smaller fish can also be offered bloodworm and brine shrimp. Some specimens will accept prepared foods such as cichlid pellets or floating sticks. Take care not to overfeed as it is a particularly greedy species.
Compatibility
While smaller fish will certainly end up on the menu, it is usually quite peaceful with tankmates it cannot fit into its capacious mouth. Avoid aggressive cichlids or other particularly territorial species. Decent choices for the middle and upper levels include larger cyprinids, characins, gars and quieter cichlids. Bottom dwellers could include Polypterus and catfish such as Pimelodids or Loricariids of a suitable size.

It tends to squabble with conspecifics, so either keep a single fish or a group of three or more. If you are keeping a group ensure each has enough room to form a territory.
Sexual Dimorphism
Unknown
Breeding
Unreported in the hobby. An enormous tank would be needed for any serious attempt at breeding these. It is bred commercially in Thailand, where it is a valued food fish.
Notes
Previously considered a subgenus of Notopterus, there are currently four described species of Chitala. All have adapted swim bladders, allowing them to breathe atmospheric air to a certain extent. As a result, they can enter and survive in poorly oxygenated and even stagnant waters in nature. They may also be seen for sale with the common name "featherback", in reference to their elongate anal fin. Despite sharing a common name, Notopterids are not closely related to the electricity-producing Gymnotid knifefishes of South America. They are actually members of the order Osteoglossiformes, commonly referred to as bony tongues. Other well-known bony tongues include Arowana and Arapaima.

Arguably the most attractively patterned of the genus, the royal knife is similar in appearance to the more commonly seen clown knife, C. chitala . Sadly, it is often offered at a small size as being suitable for the general community tank. Obviously this is not the case, and many public aquaria and zoos have several large animals on display as a result of them outgrowing their owners' tanks. These are the lucky few, as countless specimens must die before they reach this size. Unless you have the facilities to house it for life, leave this species to the few that can. When kept in favourable conditions, though, it proves a hardy and long-lived aquarium subject. A fully grown adult provides a magnificent spectacle with its lazy, undulating movements.

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Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
106. ABA ABA KNIFEFISH (Gymnopterus niloticus)
FAMILY: Gymnarchidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 56" (approx. 140cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive, extremely territorial
MISC: will bite anything that moves and ask questions later, almost resemble Electric Eels, and can produce the same type of electric shocks, but not as powerful

*Pics and excerpts taken from aquariacentral.com



orchidaceae_rz - 07/02/2011 07:36 PM
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Spoiler for Arapaima


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx





Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
104. ARAPAIMA (Arapaima gigas)
FAMILY: Osteoglossidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: more than 200" (approx. 500cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: perhaps the biggest freshwater fish, has the ability to breathe air from the surface due to a lung-like lining of its throat, the tongue of this fish is thought to have medicinal qualities in South America. It is dried and combined with guarana bark, which is grated and mixed into water

*Pics and excerpts taken from wikipedia.org



Spoiler for Lungfish

Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
untuk profiles ikan #109-113, gw bakalan post jenis2 lungfish yang paling exist D



Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>albino variant
109. WEST AFRICAN LUNGFISH (Protopterus annectens annectens)
FAMILY: Protopteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 40" (approx. 100cm)
ORIGIN: West Africa
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: during the dry season, it secretes a thin slime around itself which dries into a fragile cocoon; it can exist in this state for over a year

*Pics and excerpts taken from aquatheque.com and fishbase.org


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
110. MARBLED LUNGFISH (Protopterus aethiopicus aethiopicus)
FAMILY: Protopteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 80" (approx. 200cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: consists of mollusks,small fishes and insects, young individuals feed almost wholly on insects

*Pics and excerpts taken from fishbase.org and pbase.com


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
111. SLENDER LUNGFISH (Protopterus dolloi)
FAMILY: Protopteridae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 52" (approx. 130cm)
ORIGIN: Africa
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: best to keep these fish in their own tank, as they are fearless and will attack almost anything that moves, including human hands, prefer warm water

*Pics and excerpts taken from geocities.com and vitoriareef.com.br


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
112. SOUTH AMERICAN LUNGFISH (Lepidosiren paradoxus)
FAMILY: Lepidosirenidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 50" (approx. 125cm)
ORIGIN: South America
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: is the single species of lungfish found in swamps and slow-moving waters in South America, juveniles feed on larval insects and snails, while adults are omnivorous and feed on aquatic vertebrates, invertebrates such as snails, clams and shrimp, and algae

*Pics and excerpts taken from fishbase.org


Quote:
Original Posted By hanunxx
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2
Sharing Seputar Ikan Predator/Ikan Buas. - Part 2>>>leucistic variant, taken at SYDNEY AQUARIUM, NSW
113. AUSTRALIAN LUNGFISH (Neoceratodus forsteri)
FAMILY: Ceratodontidae
TYPE: Miscellanious
MAX SIZE: 60" (approx. 150cm)
ORIGIN: Queensland, Australia
DIET: Carnivorous
CHARACTER: Aggressive
MISC: protected species and may not be captured without a special permit, it is also listed in Appendix 2 of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)

*Pics and excerpts taken from scienceblogs.com and austmus.gov.au




orchidaceae_rz - 07/02/2011 07:43 PM
#20

Quote:
Original Posted By Blinkdagger
gan2, mau nanya
Minggu kemarin (hari nya lupa, rabu kalo ga slh si) saya beli Jengis Khan 30 cm 1 ekor
pulang kerumah muntah (kayaknya karena stres ya)
nah pertanyaannya
kok sampai skrg belum mw makan yah?
saya beli dari salah 1 seller terpopuler di kaskus (namanya Dab****o)
nah , skrg gimana dong?
apakah saya balikin aja dan uang sy kembali?
katanya sih gpp

atau tunggu aja?

thx D

yg jawabannya bagus sy kasi cndol \)

ane bantu jawab yah gan...
ane di rumah miara jenghis juga..
tapi masih kecil malu:
biasanya catfish itu muntah gara2 stress gan...
sama mabok pas dibawa perjalanan..
soalnya dulu pas ane beli rtc juga gitu, ane bawa motornya kenceng salip2, pas sampe rumah air kantong plastik rtc nya udah butek penuh sama fbw berbusa:
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