Re: ok! Way off Topic! But had too!
- Hi all
Now that the world cup has finished, I'll get back to talking fish:-)
--- In wildbettas@y..., "mcmama96" <wandanewby@e...> wrote:
> We got involved with wilds through our friend Yohan! (THANKS) But
> while he got us interested in them he also suckered me into Channa
> Orientalis. These are dwarf snakeheads. They are so cute and very
> interesting! Anyway, we had so many questions asked us, that we
> wrote a small article on them and IT GOT PUBLISHED!!! I guess I am
> getting close to being as popular as Andrew.!!!!!
He He, that's right, I'm beating them off with a stick:-)))
> well, our snakeheads are thriving and we have TONS! of little
> babies! I will post pics in a folder called off topic pics in here
> for all to see! Here is the link for the article. I know it is
> as good as our famous Andrew could write
In 1996, my friend Ray Torres asked me about writing articles, and I
said that all I do is 'say what you see'. He wrote a piece on B.
persephone and beat my overview of Bettas article for best-of-the-
year at IBC Convention that year (don't know the emoticon for pursed
lips). Honestly though, all I do is write about what I have
experience of, and co-incidentally enough (crowbar) I have a piece on
the role of female anabantoids in spawning and breeding in the next
issue of Practical Fishkeeping Magazine issue date July 17th in the
UK. This was never a plug, honest.........
> Here is the article link:
Most enjoyable, would you like to submit it to Dave Armitage for
Labyrinth newsletter?? Also soon we (AAGB)hope to produce a
snakehead book. We have the text and the photos so it is in the
I'll talk Bettas again soon, promise:)))