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Sven Müller
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Schreibfehler, aber Zeit ist schon abgelaufen....richtig heisst es Feuchtgebiet zwischen Shoufeng und Guangfu

Viele Grüße, Sven IGL 1006
Macropodus ocellatus "Wuxi/Taihu Lake" tSM2018
Macropodus hongkongensis "Gutong Village"


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Constantin
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@sven-mueller

Hallo Sven,

Mit Gerhard hatte ich vor einigen Jahren über die "hellblauen" Makropoden von Ost-Taiwan gemailt. Das müssten dann ja die sein, die schon in der Liste sind, richtig?

Die riesigen Überschriften in der Liste kann ich nicht editieren. Offensichtlich ist ein nachträgliches Änder von Beiträgen nicht mehr möglich. Wir kann ich das beheben?

IGL 049


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Sven Müller
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@constantin hallo Constantin, stimmt, haste Recht. Manchmal hat man ein Brett vor den Augen 😀

Viele Grüße, Sven IGL 1006
Macropodus ocellatus "Wuxi/Taihu Lake" tSM2018
Macropodus hongkongensis "Gutong Village"


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Constantin
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This list is based on the information currently available to me. Its purpose is to give an overview of the strains which are kept or have been kept in IGL stock.

Genera, species and forms are listed by location from north to south. Species names come first, followed by the labeling usually used by hobbyists in quotation marks and more information about the place of origin in brackets. Transcription of various characters used in Asia into Latin writing and sometimes renaming of villages or cities bears particular problems. I use a labeling which can be found via Google Maps and/or Wikipedia in English.

 

Tags:

 

"Location" = (i. a.) in IGL stock
["Location"] = expired/no stock known
?"Location"? = location dubious

 

M. ocellatus

[?"Beijing" (PR China, Beijing Municipality)?]
?"Incheon" (Rep. Korea, Incheon Metropolitan City)?
"Wuxi/Taihu Lake" tSM 2018 (PR China, Jiangsu Province)
["Hangzhou" (PR China, Zhejiang Province)]
?"Guangzhou" (PR China, Guangdong Province)?

 

?"Yangtse" (PR China, ?)?
?"Shin Hi" (PR China, ?)?
?"Berlin Trade" (PR China, ?)?

 

M. opercularis

"Nanjing" (PR China, Jiangsu Province)
"Jiangmen Heshan" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Yanjiang" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Phong Nha" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)
"Hainan" (PR China, Hainan Province)
"Hualien County" (Rep. China, Taiwan Province)
["Hanoi" (Vietnam, Hanoi City/Province)]
"Vinh" (Vietnam, Nghe An Province)
"Quan Nam" (Vietnam, Quang Nam Province)

 

M. hongkongensis

"Zhaoqing" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Jiangmen Heshan" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Tai Po" (PR China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

 

M. erythropterus

"Dong Hoi" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)

 

M. spechti

?"Nanning Trade" (PR China, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region)?
"Southern Phong Na Ke Bang" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)
"Halle Botanical Garden" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
"Hué" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
["Phu Loc" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)]
"Lang Co" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
"Nam O" (Vietnam, Da Nang City/Province)

 

Acknowledgements:

- M. ocellatus "Hangzhou" is also known as M. ocellatus "Alter IGL-Stamm", M. ocellatus "DDR" or M. ocellatus "Haase".
- M. opercularis "Hualien County" is formerly known as M. opercularis "Taiwan".
- M. spechti "Hué" is also known as M. spechti "Keiler-Stamm".
- M. spechti "Phu Loc" is formerly known as M. spechti "Noi Tron" and has the nickname "Black Tiger".
- Recently populations of M. spechti which come close to the old aquarium strain have been reported. This phenotype has been referred to as Southern Type. But this has proven to be incorrect, because they have been found in northern Vietnam (in the geographical sense), north of the Ocean Cloud Pass (Hai Van Pass). Furthermore, the distribution of phenotypes seems to be more complex. Thus, the different forms will be distinguished by their most prominent trait, the tail fin of males. To avoid confusion with the Betta splendens domestic variety "crowntail" or the Ceylonese combtail Belontia signata and the Malay combtail Belontia hasselti, the more flamboyant tail fin is referred to as "brushtail", the forked one as "forktail".

 

 

IGL 049


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Constantin
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Hallo zusammen,

ich habe mich einfach selbst zitiert und die Formatierung angepasst. Die veraltete Liste kann nun wenn es nach mir geht gelöscht werden.

Wie sieht es eigentlich mit der Moderation aus? Werden die bisherigen Moderatoren wieder ins Amt gesetzt?

IGL 049


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Jürgen Koch
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Vielen Dank für die sehr interessanten Beiträge! Makropoden habe ich durch einen Vierke-Artikel kennengelernt und danach immer wieder gehalten, auch in geringem Umfang nachgezogen. Im Verhalten sind die Tiere doch sehr individuell.

Werden die Quan Nam Makropoden noch irgendwo erhalten? Ich wäre sehr daran interessiert, eine kleine Gruppe zu übernehmen.


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Constantin
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Hallo Jürgen,

wenn sich hier niemand gemeldet, besuche die Website der Kaltwasser- und Subtropenaquarianer AKFS (findest du einfach über eine Suchmaschine). In der aktuellen Nachzuchtliste sind sie drin.

IGL 049


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Jürgen Koch
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Danke für den Tipp!


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Sven Müller
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Veröffentlicht von: @constantin

This list is based on the information currently available to me. Its purpose is to give an overview of the strains which are kept or have been kept in IGL stock.

Genera, species and forms are listed by location from north to south. Species names come first, followed by the labeling usually used by hobbyists in quotation marks and more information about the place of origin in brackets. Transcription of various characters used in Asia into Latin writing and sometimes renaming of villages or cities bears particular problems. I use a labeling which can be found via Google Maps and/or Wikipedia in English.

 

Tags:

 

"Location" = (i. a.) in IGL stock
["Location"] = expired/no stock known
?"Location"? = location dubious

 

M. ocellatus

[?"Beijing" (PR China, Beijing Municipality)?]
?"Incheon" (Rep. Korea, Incheon Metropolitan City)?
"Wuxi/Taihu Lake" tSM 2018 (PR China, Jiangsu Province)
["Hangzhou" (PR China, Zhejiang Province)]
?"Guangzhou" (PR China, Guangdong Province)?

 

?"Yangtse" (PR China, ?)?
?"Shin Hi" (PR China, ?)?
?"Berlin Trade" (PR China, ?)?

 

M. opercularis

"Nanjing" (PR China, Jiangsu Province)
"Jiangmen Heshan" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Yanjiang" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Phong Nha" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)
"Hainan" (PR China, Hainan Province)
"Hualien County" (Rep. China, Taiwan Province)
["Hanoi" (Vietnam, Hanoi City/Province)]
"Vinh" (Vietnam, Nghe An Province)
"Quan Nam" (Vietnam, Quang Nam Province)

 

M. hongkongensis

"Zhaoqing" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Jiangmen Heshan" (PR China, Guangdong Province)
"Tai Po" (PR China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)

 

M. erythropterus

"Dong Hoi" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)

 

M. spechti

?"Nanning Trade" (PR China, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region)?
"Southern Phong Na Ke Bang" (Vietnam, Quang Binh Province)
"Halle Botanical Garden" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
"Hué" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
["Phu Loc" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)]
"Lang Co" (Vietnam, Thua Thien-Hué Province)
"Nam O" (Vietnam, Da Nang City/Province)

 

Acknowledgements:

- M. ocellatus "Hangzhou" is also known as M. ocellatus "Alter IGL-Stamm", M. ocellatus "DDR" or M. ocellatus "Haase".
- M. opercularis "Hualien County" is formerly known as M. opercularis "Taiwan".
- M. spechti "Hué" is also known as M. spechti "Keiler-Stamm".
- M. spechti "Phu Loc" is formerly known as M. spechti "Noi Tron" and has the nickname "Black Tiger".
- Recently populations of M. spechti which come close to the old aquarium strain have been reported. This phenotype has been referred to as Southern Type. But this has proven to be incorrect, because they have been found in northern Vietnam (in the geographical sense), north of the Ocean Cloud Pass (Hai Van Pass). Furthermore, the distribution of phenotypes seems to be more complex. Thus, the different forms will be distinguished by their most prominent trait, the tail fin of males. To avoid confusion with the Betta splendens domestic variety "crowntail" or the Ceylonese combtail Belontia signata and the Malay combtail Belontia hasselti, the more flamboyant tail fin is referred to as "brushtail", the forked one as "forktail".

 

 

Hallo, zur Ergänzung: habe jetzt 0.0.10 Macropodus hongkongensis "Gutong Village" im Teichbecken zusätzlich schwimmen...

Viele Grüße, Sven IGL 1006
Macropodus ocellatus "Wuxi/Taihu Lake" tSM2018
Macropodus hongkongensis "Gutong Village"


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