ID this fish

Discussion in 'Fish, Snail, Worm And Pest ID Help' started by FishesInTank, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. FishesInTank

    FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    I came to know what species are these? I have 2 and Sorry no pics of them but i know the fish colours, it have long black line in the middle like Slender Shine fish (see pics from my book below, if u search on google they will not find it ) and has scissor tail like Scissor Tail Rasbora, they are pretty fast but peaceful and love to chase.




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  2. Dom90

    Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    I think it's a Flying Fox, the false Siamese Algae Eater.

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    FishesInTank

    FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    It looks like it but the tail have a bit colour and nvm i got the pics, they are in medium sizes

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    And they swim in middle

    The Owner of Good Fishes and Killing Fishes group

    It looks like redline torpedo barbs but a bit of red but i think it is

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  4. DoubleDutch

    DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    Denison's barb
     
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    FishesInTank

    FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    Thanks!

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  6. slayer5590

    slayer5590Well Known MemberMember

    Pic in the op is not a Denison's barb
     
  7. DoubleDutch

    DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    Think it is, but totally off-color
     
  8. Dom90

    Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    It's definitely a shark, but not a Denison barb (roseline shark). It's either a Flying Fox or Siamese Algae Eater and I know for a fact its not a SAE.
     
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  10. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Maybe some type of larger rasbora? hampalong may know.
     
  11. hampalong

    hampalongWell Known MemberMember

    Trouble is, none of the fish mentioned so far are found in Korea (assuming it's from Korea). Can anyone translate the book's text?

    It's some kind of Barb, probably.
     
  12. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    I think it's in Indonesian.
     
  13. hampalong

    hampalongWell Known MemberMember

    It contains the word "Korea" several times?
     
  14. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Maybe that's where the fish is from, and the book's language is Indonesian.
    After looking at it the ones in the book are different from the ones in the pic.
    I would say the ones in the pic are denison barbs. They need a group of 6+. @hampalong, I've seen varied opinions on their min tank size, is 48 length by 18 width (a 75 US g) enough for them?
     
  15. hampalong

    hampalongWell Known MemberMember

    Yes, the picture is denisonii, the book isn't.

    Barely big enough. They grow to 6", are very active, and live in groups so I would prefer something a bit bigger, but yes you could do it in a 4 x 18.
     
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    FishesInTank

    FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    Thanks guys :p of course from the book is not real but try to combine it with the tail of scissor tail rasbora. And yes its denisonii fish thx

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