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    i think i had an article on this sight somewhere in this site titled asian arowana classes parts 3 and 4 that deals with that.....
    " et lux in tenebris lucet "

    please click on the following links:

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    Thanks for the info bro...
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    Hi All,
    This sort of thing is always an interesting and often contentious discussion. You already showed some of this but worth a mention as the best summary I’ve come across http://unoaquatic.com/worldofasianarowana.htm

    The following is summarised from http://www.arofanatics.com/ as they have advanced on a similar discussion, there are so many commercial names for Asian Aros’ and there seem to be new ones every few months, new farms opening all the time and they come up with new names. I know of a cple of new ones in Indo this last few months. I hope this "borrowing" of info is ok guys - thread is http://www.arofanatics.com/forums/showthread.php?t=295181&page=5 and credit most research by tagore .

    1. Asian Arowana (Scleropages Formosus)
    a. Red Arowana
    § Metallic Red
    § Banjar Red
    § Emperor Red
    § Shelook Red
    § Qian Hu Red
    § C V Maju Red
    § DFI (Dragon Fish Industries) Red
    § Purple Red Arowana
    § Blood Red
    § Chilli Red
    § Violet Fusion Super Red
    § Super Dinamic Red F-2
    § Metal Red (Green Head)
    § Super green based blood red
    § Armoured Red (as in wearing chest of armour/shoulder pads)
    § Armoured Violet Fusion
    § Gan Aquarium Red +
    § N1 Red (Niwan)
    § Panda Red
    § Elkindo Red
    § VIP Red
    § Isaku Red
    § Spoon Head Violet Fusion (SHVF)
    § Orange Red
    § QH Chilli Red
    § Grade 1 Super Red

    b. Gold Arowana
    § Panda Gold Supreme
    § Electric Blue Xback
    § Panda Gold
    § 1st Class Panda Xback (Xback meaning the shine crosses over back on 6th level - which is the sixth row of scales)
    § Malaysian Gold Arowana
    § Bukit Merah Blue Xback
    § Sianlon Golden Head
    § Indonesian XB
    § DFI Shark Mouth
    § Menjuku Gold
    § Armoured Gold
    § OTF Gold
    § Golden Mahato aro
    § Dream Fish Merlion Gold
    § Majuku Gold
    § 24K (Arodynasty)
    § Super Grade Electric Blue
    § SABF Xback

    c. Red-Tail Arowana (RTG)
    § High Back Red Tail Golden (hybrid)
    § Blue Based RTG
    § Rainbow RTG
    d. Yellow-Tail Arowana


    e. Green Arowana
    § Nami Green
    § Kedah Batik Green

    f. Hybrid Asian Arowana
    § Tong Yen (Red x Crossback)
    § Red Splendor (Red x Crossback)
    § Grade 1.5 red (Red x Green)
    § Grade 2 red (Red x Yellow)
    2. Australian Arowana (Scleropages jardini)

    Silver Barramundi, Northern Barramundi
    Note: There is debate to whether S. jardini and S. leicharati should be considered separate species or just different morphs of the same species.

    a. Australian Pearl Arowana
    b. Australian Spotted Arowana
    c. Australian Red Arowana?
    3. Silver Arowana (Osteoglossum Bicirrhosum)


    4. Black Arowana (Osteoglossum Ferrerai)

    5. Africa Arowana (Heterotis Niloticus)


    There are many more, not counting mutants (two heads, Siamese, albino, camel/king, switch blade, platinum, those with fused caudal and anal fins [i.e. shelook unique strain] etc.) as my personal opinion is that many of these are a result of a limited gene pool in those particular breeding ponds (please don’t flame me for that just a point of view).

    sweet.
    Last edited by Bstinga; 08-06-2007 at 12:12 AM.



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    yep, most noted asian arowana farms have their own breeding brand names
    " et lux in tenebris lucet "

    please click on the following links:

    www.savethearowana.com
    www.arowana-care.com
    www.goodtree.com



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    banjar red is 1.5 or 2.0 grade, and 1.5 and 2.0 don't have much difference and hard to tell them apart also called yellow tail



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    maybe people with better knowledge in this thread would be able to help me with my query.
    do super reds occur naturally in the wild (specifically, the kapuas river in kalimantan, indonesia)? and since Scleropages formosus had been separated into several new species, what species of Scleropages is the super red? TIA.
    (i'd also want to know what species the green asian aro is)
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    well according to the latest classification i came across with, the super reds (blood&chilli) are now classed as Scleropages legendrei. and yes, they do occur in the wild, not at all a developed captive breed. the green aro is still classified as S. formosus, better read on the other stickied thread in this section dealing with all the classes
    Last edited by kriztu; 10-16-2007 at 6:18 PM.
    " et lux in tenebris lucet "

    please click on the following links:

    www.savethearowana.com
    www.arowana-care.com
    www.goodtree.com



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    their is no were near enought pics in the thread
    TIGERS ARE BETTER THAN DATS

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    Any one care to put some pic of the different arowanas as posted by Bstinga quote as below. Thanks



    Hi All,
    This sort of thing is always an interesting and often contentious discussion. You already showed some of this but worth a mention as the best summary I’ve come across http://unoaquatic.com/worldofasianarowana.htm

    The following is summarised from http://www.arofanatics.com/ as they have advanced on a similar discussion, there are so many commercial names for Asian Aros’ and there seem to be new ones every few months, new farms opening all the time and they come up with new names. I know of a cple of new ones in Indo this last few months. I hope this "borrowing" of info is ok guys - thread is http://www.arofanatics.com/forums/showthread.php?t=295181&page=5 and credit most research by tagore .

    1. Asian Arowana (Scleropages Formosus)
    a. Red Arowana
    § Metallic Red
    § Banjar Red
    § Emperor Red
    § Shelook Red
    § Qian Hu Red
    § C V Maju Red
    § DFI (Dragon Fish Industries) Red
    § Purple Red Arowana
    § Blood Red
    § Chilli Red
    § Violet Fusion Super Red
    § Super Dinamic Red F-2
    § Metal Red (Green Head)
    § Super green based blood red
    § Armoured Red (as in wearing chest of armour/shoulder pads)
    § Armoured Violet Fusion
    § Gan Aquarium Red +
    § N1 Red (Niwan)
    § Panda Red
    § Elkindo Red
    § VIP Red
    § Isaku Red
    § Spoon Head Violet Fusion (SHVF)
    § Orange Red
    § QH Chilli Red
    § Grade 1 Super Red
    b. Gold Arowana
    § Panda Gold Supreme
    § Electric Blue Xback
    § Panda Gold
    § 1st Class Panda Xback (Xback meaning the shine crosses over back on 6th level - which is the sixth row of scales)
    § Malaysian Gold Arowana
    § Bukit Merah Blue Xback
    § Sianlon Golden Head
    § Indonesian XB
    § DFI Shark Mouth
    § Menjuku Gold
    § Armoured Gold
    § OTF Gold
    § Golden Mahato aro
    § Dream Fish Merlion Gold
    § Majuku Gold
    § 24K (Arodynasty)
    § Super Grade Electric Blue
    § SABF Xback
    c. Red-Tail Arowana (RTG)
    § High Back Red Tail Golden (hybrid)
    § Blue Based RTG
    § Rainbow RTG
    d. Yellow-Tail Arowana


    e. Green Arowana
    § Nami Green
    § Kedah Batik Green
    f. Hybrid Asian Arowana
    § Tong Yen (Red x Crossback)
    § Red Splendor (Red x Crossback)
    § Grade 1.5 red (Red x Green)
    § Grade 2 red (Red x Yellow)
    2. Australian Arowana (Scleropages jardini)

    Silver Barramundi, Northern Barramundi
    Note: There is debate to whether S. jardini and S. leicharati should be considered separate species or just different morphs of the same species.

    a. Australian Pearl Arowana
    b. Australian Spotted Arowana
    c. Australian Red Arowana?
    3. Silver Arowana (Osteoglossum Bicirrhosum)


    4. Black Arowana (Osteoglossum Ferrerai)

    5. Africa Arowana (Heterotis Niloticus)


    There are many more, not counting mutants (two heads, Siamese, albino, camel/king, switch blade, platinum, those with fused caudal and anal fins [i.e. shelook unique strain] etc.) as my personal opinion is that many of these are a result of a limited gene pool in those particular breeding ponds (please don’t flame me for that just a point of view).

    sweet.
    Last edited by Bstinga : 08-06-2007 at 02:12 PM.



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    For everyone who hasn't had the priviledge of seeing a Golden Arowana Up close I think these videos represent them pretty well so take a look!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoWKs5x_iS4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7vKPitqg1A
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