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admin
10-08-2014, 12:29
FISHAO is always looking for new exciting fish to release in the game! And you can help us!

Post images over here including the scientific names, and add if its a salt- or freshwater fish.

prashant
10-08-2014, 12:45
here is humphead wrasse idk it is freshwater or salt water fish
here is its photo1591

gutyman
10-08-2014, 13:15
here is humphead wrasse idk it is freshwater or salt water fish
here is its photo1591

It's salt water fish, the world record = 2.3 Meter 1592

gutyman
10-08-2014, 13:18
Moon wrasse
This species can reach 45 cm
Moon wrasses may live up to a decade in captivity, although this is shorter in the wild. They are popular fish in the aquarium trade, due to their hardiness, bright colors, and engaging behavior. They are renowned for their ability to tolerate spikes in nitrate, and eat bristle worms, a fish keeper's pest
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gutyman
10-08-2014, 13:22
Asian Redtail Catfish - This species can reach to 1.5 Meter
Diet: Fish, Insects.
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gutyman
10-08-2014, 13:24
Big Head Carp -This species can reach to 0.5 Meter
Diet: Vegitation, Plankton, Insects Angler's Baits.
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gutyman
10-08-2014, 13:26
Pacu - this species can reach to 1.5 Meter

Diet: Fruit, nuts, insects, shrimp, maze, bread, fruit boilie and pop ups, occasionally fish.
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Pink dart goby - 5 star fish for aqua 1599
Pink dart goby is a deep and very rare species only known from south JAPAN
The size of this fish is about 4cm,
Diet : dough

JackBank
10-08-2014, 13:31
Gutyman please avoid double posting :) use the edit option instead

kikoki
10-08-2014, 15:07
Salt-water fish: Roosterfish can reach over 1.6 m (5 ft 3 in) in length and over 50 kg (110 lb) in weight.The fish is popular as a game fish, but it is not considered a good eating fish. However it is exploited as a local fish and found fresh in markets.
Diet: lure and fish :D
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Freshwater fish: Polypterus senegalus, also known as "dinosaur eel" grows to about 80 cm (20 in) in the wild
Diet: small fish, insects, crustaceans and frogs. Since they are nocturnal they will feed mainly at night.
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Sip
10-08-2014, 16:24
Walking catfish can grow up to 75 cm
Diet: dough, fish, vegetal, meat and dough. 1606


Giant amazon catfish can grow up 400 cm
Diet: fish 1608

abhisek_520
10-08-2014, 17:25
Fish : Shark Ray or Bowmouth guitarfish
Scientific name: Rhina ancylostoma
Found in: Red Sea (Saltwater Fish)

This large species can reach a length of 2.7 m (8.9 ft) and weight of 135 kg (298 lb).

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Sip
10-08-2014, 17:28
Black arowana can grow up to 100 cm
Diet: fish, meat and insects. 1631

Amazon red tailed catfish can grow up to 150 cm
Diet: fish and lures 1632

admin
14-08-2014, 22:18
Thanks guys! I would like to see even more additions in this topic! Go go go. :cool:

UncleGrandpa
15-08-2014, 01:06
Fish: Whale Shark
Sci. Name: Rhincodon typus
Found in: Tropical Warm Ocean (saltwater)

The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 m (41.50 ft) and a weight of more than 21.5 metric tons (47,000 lb), commonly feeds on plankton and small fish.

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pictured here with a brave human swimming above :eek:

leo penachio
15-08-2014, 15:02
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Characteristics are giant rays with 3m long and 5 m wingspan, weighing 1500 kg. Cartilaginous fish with lozenge, wide and large with a pair of flexible fleshy projections (cephalic fins) beside eyes orpo c, which seem horns and their main function to direct power to the mouth, which is located in the anterior part of the body and is provided with small teeth bent backwards. It has black and brown color on the back and white on the belly.
Habitat warm ocean and coastal waters.
Feeding planktonic organisms.

leo penachio
15-08-2014, 15:16
WHITE MARLIN (Tetrapturus albidus)
Description: 3 meters in length and 80kg, and is found throughout the Northeast and in the states of Amapá, Pará, Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.
Stuff: ocean fishing rods, lines, at least 500 meters, artificial baits (squid and large plugs of half water), natural bait (golden, mackerel, farnangaios, tuna and squid).
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 15:36
Swordfish / Swordfish

Scientific name
Xiphias gladius

family
Xiphiidae

Geographic distribution
It is very common in Brazil, but can be found from North to South, especially in the North.

Description
Only young individuals have scales, quite different, which gradually disappear with age. The body is elongated and fusiform. The main feature, which gives it its name, is the extension of the upper jaw, like a longsword. Another feature is a keel on the caudal peduncle fin. The color is bluish or brownish gray on the upper body or whitish brown and clear bottom. Reaches about 4.5 m total length and 600kg.

equipment
Equipment type "heavy bar" for ocean fishing. The sticks should have dowels with pulleys and reels should be able to store at least 500m of line. Is captured only in trolling.
baits Natural baits such as flying fish, tuna and farnangaios, and artificial lures. Preferred lures are big squid, but sometimes attack the plugs half water.
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 15:45
name Popular
pirarara

Scientific name
Phractocephalus hemioliopterus

family
Pimelodidae

Geographic distribution
Amazon and Araguaia-Tocantins basins.

Description
Fish leather, large. It is characterized by a large head, heavily ossified, with a bony plate located before the dorsal fin. It is one of the most colorful fish leather from Amazon. Its color is very beautiful, and the greenish-brown back, yellowish sides and a whitish belly. The dorsal and caudal fins are orange. Can reach more than 1.50 m in total length and more than 50kg.

Ecology
Occurs in the channel of rivers, wells after the rapids, floodplains and flooded forests, including the tributaries of black and clear waters, and reaching the headwaters of the Amazon estuary. It feeds on fish, seafood and crabs. Has a reputation for attacking humans, especially children.

equipment
Type heavy equipment with lines 30 to 50 lb. The hooks are the most frequently used point 8/0 the 14/0, because of the wide mouth pirarara.
baits This species is caught exclusively with natural baits, whole fish or fillets, for example, betrayed or piranha caju.

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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 15:48
pacus

name Popular
Common Pacu, Pacu-white, Pacu-butter

Scientific name
Mylossoma spp. Myleus spp. Metynnis spp. Myloplus spp.

family
Characidae

Geographic distribution
Amazon basins, Araguaia-Tocantins, Silver and San Francisco.

Description
Finfish. There are several genera that are called pacu. The body is quite high and compressed; the shape is rounded or oval; head and mouth are small; have a serrated pre-ventral fin. The teeth are strong, sharp or molariforms arranged in one or two rows on both jaws. In some species, the first ray of the dorsal fin is a thorn. The scales are small, giving a silvery appearance. The coloration varies from species to species, but are usually clear and may present different colored spots on body and fins. The size varies depending on the kind of 15-30 cm.

Ecology
In general the species are herbivorous, feeding on algae and plant material, with a tendency to frugivorous. Some species can be found in rivers, lakes and flooded forest, in other pedrais and rapids. Are important in subsistence fishing. At Amazon, M. duriventre (pacu-common) form shoals and down the rivers to spawn, being important in the local commercial fishing.

equipment
Equipment light / medium type; lines 10-14 lb .; small sinker; small hooks. Fishing beat, we use bamboo pole with line 25 to 30 lb. and hooks up to the No. 5/0. baits Natural baits such as fruits / seeds, filamentous algae and worm.
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Sun
15-08-2014, 19:54
Fish: Neon tetra (Paracheirodon innesi)
It is freshwater aquarium fish. Perhaps for our backyards.
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More info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neon_tetra

leo penachio
15-08-2014, 19:58
Name: Morea green-
Scientific Name: Gymnothorax funebris (Ranzani, 1840)
Family: Muraenidae
Group: Fish Bone
Class: Fish

Size: 201-400 cm.

The green moray lives in tide pools, mangroves and coral reefs or rock up to 30 m deep.
Food: fish, molluscs and crustaceans.
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 20:03
Name: Dragon Morea
Scientific name: pardalis Enchelycore
Family: Muraenidae
Group: Fish Bone
Class: Fish

Size: 101-200 cm.

This moraine is common in tropical waters, coral reefs and rock. Despite being shy, the leopard moray can be extremely aggressive when disturbed. His mouth is covered with sharp teeth and the lower jaw does not close completely by being bent.
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 20:07
Painted trumpet
(Fistularia tobacconist)

Extremely elongated tubular body without dorsal spines. Head and especially long snout. caudal fin lunate with the blue thread in the center. Green background color with brown side of the lighter body back, and belly. Many blue round spots around the body and some vertical dark bars. Young people do not have the caudal filament isolated, darker on the back, with neat little blue spots. measures up to 2 meters in length

Habitat: solitary occurring over apartments seaweed, rocky bottoms and coral reefs at shallow depths up to 200 meters
Occurrence: Western Atlantic Ocean, from New Scotland to Santa Catarina

Food: It feeds on fish, small crustaceans and other invertebrates

Habit: Species rustic, carnivorous and daytime
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 20:11
fish Pig
(Vetula Balistes)

Also known as Triggerfish, your body has dark olive coloration on the back, yellow-gold in the ventral part and stripes in light blue tone (as to be light) on the head and fins.

Habitat: rocky shores and reefs. Is always close to rocky places and full of hiding places at depths 2-275 meters.
Food: The young feed preferentially on benthic invertebrates, while adults are voracious carnivores predators, feeding on shrimp, fish, crustaceans and mollusks in general.
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leo penachio
15-08-2014, 20:29
Blue Ring Octopus
(Lunulata Hapalochlaena)

Blue-ringed octopuses, such as the spotted H. and H. lunulata show their blue rings as a warning when threatened. They are not aggressive and tend to avoid confrontation by flattening the body and camouflaging themselves around. Humans have only been wounded when the octopus was provoked or stepped on.
When the threat is inevitable, octopuses eject neuromuscular venom that contains tetrodotoxin maculotoxin and causing paralysis. This poison is fatal and more potent than any poison found in land animals. Human victims can be saved if artificial respiration started quickly, but there is no known antidote and the only treatment is cardiac massage and artificial respiration ongoing until the poison dissipates (usually in 24 hours with no ill effects)

Symptoms include: Nausea, loss of vision and blindness, unconsciousness, loss of motor skills and respiratory arrest.

Habitat: The blue-ringed octopus H. maculosa can only be found in the temperate waters of southern Australia in depths ranging from 0-50 meters. H. lunulata can be found in shallow reefs and tidepools of northern Australia to Japan, including Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, the Philippines and Indonesia and as far as Sri Lanka at depths ranging from 0 to 20 meters
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leo penachio
16-08-2014, 00:01
Orca
main Features
The orca has several striking features that make it one of the most easily identifiable cetaceans: dorsal fin very high and wide (falcada triangular in females and adult males), cone-shaped head, large pectoral fins, broad and rounded, and standard typical black and white coloring.
size Adult females reach 8.5 meters and 9.8 meters males. weight 7 females and males 10 tons.
Food In general, the diet of this species is quite varied and opportunistic, and may be composed of several cetacean species (including great whales),
pinnipeds (seals, wolves, elephants and sea lions), penguins and other seabirds, turtles, various species of fish and even other orcas.
Hábitat
Costeiro/Oceânico
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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 11:29
Great barracuda
Scientific name: Sphyraena barracuda
Higher classification: Barracuda
Range: Indo-Pacific: Red Sea and east coast of Africa to Hawaii, Marquesas and Tuamotos Islands; throughout Micronesia. Western Atlantic: Massachusetts (USA), Bermuda, and throughout the Caribbean Sea to Brazil. Eastern Atlantic: Sierra Leone
Great barracuda species can reach up to 2.1 m (6.9 ft) in length and 30 cm (12 in) in width.

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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 11:31
Live sharksucker
Scientific Name: Echeneis naucrates
Range: Western Atlantic: Nova Scotia, Canada and Bermuda to Uruguay. (saltwater)
Echeneis naucrates is a medium-sized fish which can grow up 110 cm (43 in) length

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Longhorned Cowfish FISH

Scientific Name: Lactoria cornuta
Family: Diodontidae (Porcupinefishes)
Size: 16 inches
Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans, and Red Sea (saltwater)

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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 11:33
Marine Comet FISH

Scientific Name: Calloplesiops altivelis
Family: Plesiopidae (Roundheads)
Size: 7 inches
Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans (saltwater)

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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 11:37
Panther Grouper FISH

Scientific Name: Chromileptis altivelis
Family: Serranidae (Sea basses: groupers and fairy basslets), subfamily: Epinephelinae
Size: 28 inches
Temperature: : 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans (saltwater)

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Seahorse FISH
Scientific Name: Hippocampus species
Family: Syngnathidae (Pipefishes and seahorses)
Size: 2 to 12 inches, depending on the species
Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: All oceans all over the world (saltwater)

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Blue Devil FISH

Scientific Name: Chrysiptera cyanea
Family: Pomacentridae
Size: 2½ inches
Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: Pacific Ocean (saltwater)

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Banded Pipefish

Scientific name: Doryrhamphus dactyliophorus
maximum length of 19 cm (7.4 in)
saltwater

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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 11:42
Atlantic blue tang

Scientific Name: Acanthurus coeruleus
Family: Acanthuridae
Size: 9 inches
Temperature: 72-78° F
Origin: Caribbean, Florida Keys (Sea fish saltwater)

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leo penachio
16-08-2014, 12:44
jundiá

The freshwater fish called Jundiá is popularly known as Nhurundia, Mandi-guppy and catfish-Frog.

scientific name

R. quelen.

habitat
THE Jundiá is a fish that inhabits rivers with sandy bottom and backwaters of rivers, near the mouth of the canal, where food demand.
Food
It is an omnivorous fish, prone to piscivorous, and benthic, speculator substrate. Also feed on terrestrial and aquatic insects, crustaceans and plant debris, and fish like minnows and Guarus.
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leo penachio
16-08-2014, 12:50
The freshwater fish called Barbados is popularly known as Piranambu, Mantopaque, Fish-Gizzard.

scientific name

Pinirampus pinirampu.

habitat
The Barbarian inhabits the banks of rivers of medium and large, near towns and cities. Go to the bottom of rivers in search of food.
Food
The Barbados is a piscivorous fish (feed on other fish). Often attack including fish that are fished with nets, food vying with fishermen.
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leo penachio
16-08-2014, 12:53
popular Name
The freshwater fish called caparari is popularly known as Surubim Brindle.
scientific name
Pseudoplatystoma tigrinum.
habitat
The Campari is a fish that inhabits flooded forests, lakes, rivers and beaches channel.
Food
It is a piscivorous fish, feeding on other fish.
features
THE caparari fish is a fish leather, with elongated and plump body, large flat head. Its color is dark gray on the back, clearing towards the belly, being whitish below lateral line. Has irregular black spots, like a tiger, which begin in the dorsal region and extend to below the lateral line. Shows narrowing of the head. Can reach more than 1.30 m in total length and reach 19 kg.
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abhisek_520
16-08-2014, 14:04
Name : Ellis or Ilish or Hilsa

Scientific name: Tenualosa ilisha

It can grow up to 60 cm in length with weights of up to 3 kg. Sweetwater and saltwater (where river meets sea)

The Ganges–Brahmaputra River Delta is the world’s largest delta, stretching across Bangladesh and West Bengal in northeast India and supporting a population of over 250 million people. Of all the fish in these tropical delta waters, the Ellis (Tenualosa ilisha) holds a special place in the hearts and in the diets of people living in the region.The Ellis is known locally as Macher Raja Ellis, or Ellis the “king of fish”.

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Ullia
16-08-2014, 16:15
a Harius Thymallus arcticus
- the cool- and freshwater fish living in mountain rivers and lakes, so... good for Cool Mountain
exept european species Thymallus Thymallus also known as Grayling that we have yet - it has some other colorfull kinds:
Thymallus arcticus arcticus - west sibirensis harius
Thymallus arcticus baicalensis - black baicalensis harius
Thymallus arcticus grubii - amurensis harius

Food - usually insects, sometimes other fishes and even small rodents (so +meat), also bite insects-look-like streamers
Length - average 20-40 cm - till 60 cm and 3.5 kg.

it`s a Salmonidae family fish - not only beautyfull but very tasty also - its sc.name from greek means `thyme flavored`
and it`s true - eat it once 16 years a go when my future husband got it in a river full of cool springs - and still remember like one of the best
rare fish and very carefull, prefer places with deep pits and rifts
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meneerdeuil
16-08-2014, 16:48
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Over de blobvis (Psychrolutes marcidus) is niet zoveel bekend. Hij leeft in diepe wateren voor de kusten van Australië en Tasmanie op een diepte van 600 tot 1200 meter. Doordat hij op zo een immense diepte leeft, heeft hij geen drijfvermogen. Zijn lichaam bestaat uit een soort gelatineachtige massa die een dichtheid heeft dat iets lager is dan water. Het diertje wordt ongeveer 30 centimeter groot. Momenteel is de blobvis een bedreigde diersoort. Zijn bestaan wordt bedreigd door de visvangst met sleepnetten. Vaak wordt hij mee opgevist als bijvangt. De blobvis is oneetbaar.

Ullia
16-08-2014, 17:31
and another one proposition for Cool Mountain is...
a Noble Crayfish, Astacus astacus

mmmm.... big reeky dish with a lot of red boiled with nettle and dill delicious monsters...
that`s from my childhood - Belarus is called Blueyes country because of many many lakes
full of crayfishes sometimes (fill myself like Ben here :) )

Crayfish prefer clear-clear unpolluted freshwater - it`s one of index of good ecology of place
is active usually in evening and nighttime, can grow till 20 cm (average 10 cm), eat usually vegetabls, also insects, fish and meat
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Ullia
17-08-2014, 11:51
also i like pufferfish - there is a lot of kinds (fam. Tetraodontidae) living in different warm areas of the world +24+32 usually eating insects/mollusks(fish?) - so it can form a new collection like catfish and shark, for example:

Mbu or Giant Pufferfish - Tetraodon mbu - till 75 cm - african lake-river freshwaterfish
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Fugu or Japanese Puffer or Brown Dogfish - Takifugu rubripes - till 80 (av.40) cm - asian summer saltwaterfish (sea and rivercreek)
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Zebra Puffer or Parrot Puffer - Colomesus psittacus - southamerican freshwaterfish of 6-29 cm, non-poison but aggressive
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Black Saddled Tobi or Sharpnose Puffer - Canthigaster valentini - indian/pacific oceans aquatory fish of 10 cm - eat also seavegs
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leo penachio
17-08-2014, 16:25
The Acanthodes Acanthodians was a fish that lived about 430 million years ago during the Permian period, was partially scaly, had no teeth, measured just over 20 inches and fed on small crustaceans.
Fish data: Name: Acanthodes
Season: Permian
Where he lived: Oceans
Size: 23 inches long
Weight: Approximately 300g
Food: Carnivore
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leo penachio
17-08-2014, 16:31
The placoderms Coccosteus was a fish that lived about 400 million years ago during the Devonian period viciously attacking their prey, in his time was one of the most voracious predators of the oceans, because the sharks were still in process of formation, had bony plates in shoulders and head, its "teeth" were shaped very sharp bony plates, like a saw with which tore their prey, when it was not possible to swallow them whole.
Fish data: Name: Coccosteus
Scientific name: Coccosteus
Season: Devonian
Where he lived: Oceans
Size: 1 meter long
Weight: About 30 kg
Food: Carnivore
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leo penachio
17-08-2014, 17:17
The Stethacanthus was small primitive shark that reaches about 2 meters long, which lived about 350 million years ago during the Devonian period in ancient ocean X. It was one of the strangest sharks that have appeared since had a dorsal fin estrana . In his time occurred the predominance of placoderms fish such as sharks and gigantic Dunkleosteus were still in the initial development process and therefore the Stethacanthus prefer swimming in shallow waters near the coasts in search of food such as small fish, crustaceans and cephalopods venturing with little frequency in deep water. It is believed that had Stethacanthus migration routes, returning to places in particular every year to breed. Due to the hydrodynamic shape of your body, the same could develop high speeds.
Data Shark:
Name: Stethacanthus
Scientific name: Stethacanthus
Season: Devonian
Where he lived: Oceans
Weight: About 2.5 tons
Size: 2 meters long
Food: Carnivore
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admin
17-08-2014, 23:17
Keep goins guys! :-) But please focus on fish, no turtles etc. or prehistoric fish ;-)

Let's expand FISHAO with some cool fish!

leo penachio
18-08-2014, 21:06
Violaceus tremoctopus - Blanket Octopus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_blanket_octopus
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leo penachio
18-08-2014, 21:08
Sternoptychidae - Fish Machado
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnegiella_strigata

Sun
18-08-2014, 23:45
Fish: Congo tetra (Phenacogrammus interruptus)
freshwater aquarium fish
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More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phenacogrammus_interruptus

I adore all iridescent and glowing :)

Sun
19-08-2014, 00:17
Fish: Banded corydoras or bearded catfish (Scleromystax barbatus)
Subtropical freshwater fish, freshwater aquarium fish
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More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scleromystax_barbatus

P.S. Definitely, it is a fish for a Wonderpond ;)

Sun
19-08-2014, 00:39
Fish: Zebra pleco (Hypancistrus zebra)
endemic catfish, freshwater aquarium fish
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More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypancistrus_zebra

nhoj123
19-08-2014, 04:16
A cool fish! ;)

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:34
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esturj%C3%A3o-siberiano
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:39
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speckled_darter
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:41
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acanthurus_lineatus
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:43
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitecheek_surgeonfish
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:46
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_tang
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:51
Yellow catfish
spixii Cathorops
where you live
common in the Southeast, is the Guianas to Santa Catarina. There are two species of the same genus and size who live in northeastern Brazil.

size
up to 30 cm.

The eating
carnivore.
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:53
Atlantic Albacore
where you live
occurs in all tropical and subtropical seas; the western Atlantic, New England (USA) south of Brazil.
size
reaches 125 cm and just over 40 pounds. The IGFA world record is 40 kg, 1977, Canary Islands.
The eating
feeds on fish, squid, pelagic crustaceans and zooplankton.
When and where to fish
occur in ocean waters between the surface and 100 m depth, eventually reaching 900 meters
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:56
Triggerfish real-
click to enlarge

Photo - Claudio "Buia" Sampaio
scientific name
vetula Balistes

family
Balistidae

Other common names
wheelbarrow-king-fernando wheelbarrow, wheelbarrow-the-high-yellow wheelbarrow chat, neutered, Peroá, cangurro, hogfish, trigger, trigger-queen.

where you live
Atlantic; in the West, from southern Canada to Santa Catarina.

size
up to 60 cm and 6 kg, generally much smaller. The world record ratified by IGFA is Cancun, Mexico, with 6.43 kg in 2009.

The eating
invertebrates, particularly crustaceans and sea urchins.

When and where to fish
throughout the coast throughout the year.
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:58
Mackerel Wahoo
click to enlarge

Photo - Giuliano Andretta
scientific name
Acanthocybium solandri

family
Scombridae
Other common names
wahoo, mackerel impinge-mackerel-pim, impim mackerel, mackerel and empinge guarapicu.
where you live
occurs in all tropical and subtropical seas; the western Atlantic, from Canada to Argentina.
size
reaches 250 cm and just over 80 pounds. The IGFA world record is a copy of 83.46 kg, caught in 2005 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The eating
fish, squids, zooplankton and pelagic crustaceans.
When and where to fish
exclusively in oceanic open waters, surface to 200 meters depth.
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 15:59
Cocoroca-white
click to enlarge

Photo - João Paulo Krajewski
scientific name
Haemulon parra

family
Haemulidae

Other common names
Cocoroca, xira, white grub, cambuba, pyramidal, biquara, macassa, xira-white cancan and tick.

where you live
occurs in the Western Atlantic, Florida (USA) to southeastern Brazil.

size
reaches 40 cm.

The eating
eat a variety of invertebrates, zooplankton and small fish.
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 18:23
Cock-of-plume
click to enlarge

Photo - Alfredo Carvalho Filho
scientific name
Selene vomer

family
Carangidae

Other common names
cock-of-high-true cock, cock-flag, cock-of-tape, cock-the-hill, dory, cock-a-bow-boat abacatuaia capon, dory, testudo, and Aaacambé jaguaracambé.

where you live
Occurs in the western Atlantic, from Canada to Uruguay.

size
Reaches 48 cm and just over 2 pounds. The IGFA world record is Florida, in 2004, with 2.150 kg.
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leo penachio
19-08-2014, 18:25
scientific name
Mycteroperca marginata

family
Epinephelidae

Other common names
Creole grouper True, Hen-the-Sea, Grouper-Black and Piracuca.

where you live
Mediterranean and Atlantic, Eastern, from the English Channel to South Africa; Indian from South Africa and Madagascar until, possibly, India; finally, in the western Atlantic from Sergipe to northern Argentina. It is common in the southeastern coast of Brazil. The northern limit of its occurrence in Brazil seems to be well defined, being relatively uncommon Bahia north.

size
Until little more than 1 meter and 60 kg. The IGFA world record is from Italy, with 21.25 kg in 1990.

The eating
1802

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 18:26
scientific name
Carangoides bartholomaei
family
Carangidae
Other common names
Xerelete-yellow, trevally, trevally, yellow.
where you live
Western Atlantic from Massachusetts (USA) to Sao Paulo, at least.
size
reaches approximately 1 m and 14 kilograms. The IGFA world record is Florida (USA) with 10.65 kg in 1999.
The eating
fish and, optionally, squid and shellfish.
When and where to fish
throughout the year, with the remote or oceanic islands, and reefs outside the Northeast coast.
1803

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 19:05
Sole beach-
scientific name
Paralichthys brasiliensis

family
Paralichthyidae

Other common names
Catraio, turbot and brill-large.

where you live
occurs at least Maranhão São Paulo.

size
reaches about one meter more than seven pounds. The IGFA record is a specimen of 6.25 kg, the Rio de Janeiro in 2004.

The eating
they feed on fish and crustaceans, and their teeth are well developed and sharp.
1804

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 19:07
Mariquita-red
scientific name
Serranus baldwini

family
Serranidae

Other common names
mariquita, Jacundá.

where you live
Occurs in the Western Atlantic, the Bahamas and Florida (USA) to Santa Catarina.

size
reaches up to 12 cm.

The eating
carnivore.
1805

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 19:09
Michole-de-areia
Michole sand-
family
Serranidae

Other common names
Jacundá, papa-earth and daisy.

where you live
occurs in the southern Caribbean to Uruguay.

size
reach 30 cm.

The eating
crustaceans and small fish.

When and where to fish
live on sandy bottoms, from estuaries and beaches open bays, headlands and reefs between three and 80 feet deep.
1806

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 19:11
Boyfriend Spotted
scientific name
numida Pseudopercis

family
Pinguipedidae

Other common names
boyfriend.

where you live
endemic in Brazil, found from Bahia to Rio Grande do Sul.

size
exceeds 1.5 meters in length and 30 pounds in weight. The world record is approved by the IGFA of Rio de Janeiro, with 20.2 kg in 1998.

The eating
feeds on fish, crustaceans and molluscs.

When and where to fish
funds of sand, gravel and rocks from 50 meters depth, with greater frequency in deep parcéis and around oceanic islands, between 200 and 400 meters deep.
1807

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 19:14
Yellow streak
scientific name
hypostigma Dasyatis

family
Sphyrnidae

Other common names
streak-Mijona.

where you live
the western Atlantic, occurs only from Espirito Santo to Santa Catarina.

size
reaches 60 cm.

The eating
feeds on mollusks, crustaceans and small fish.

When and where to fish
like rocky bottoms.
1808

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 20:43
Bass-awl
scientific name
ensiferus Centropomus

family
Centropomidae

Other common names
Camurim-awl, bass-horned, Camorim-tug-of-ax, bass-clapboard.

where you live
occurs from Florida to Sao Paulo.

size
35 cm and reaches a little over 700 g. The IGFA record is 700 g, Florida, in 2004.

The eating
feeds on fish, crustaceans, molluscs, insects, worms and what else pass in front.

When and where to fish
all year in coastal rivers, mangroves, beaches, rocky shores and estuaries, the surface to 20 meters depth.
1809

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 21:05
Sororoca
scientific name
Scomberomorus brasiliensis

family
Scombridae

Other common names
sierra mackerel, mackerel, caroroca mackerel-painted, Sierra pima, Sierra pininga and serrinha.

where you live
Western Atlantic, Belize and Mexico to Rio Grande do Sul, rarely to Argentina.

size
to 125 cm to about 8 kg; IGFA world record is 1999 in Mangalore (RJ), with 6.71 kg.

The eating
small fish, especially sardines and anchovies, and squid, zooplankton and pelagic crustaceans.

When and where to fish
throughout Brazil. In the Northeast, throughout the year, and in the South and Southeast, from winter to late summer.
1810

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 21:07
Viola-africa
horkelli Rhinobatos

family
Rhinobatidae

Other common names
streak-viola, viola-tion.

where you live
occurs in the Western Atlantic, from Rio de Janeiro to Argentina.

size
reaches 1.35 meters in length.

The eating
crustaceans, molluscs and fish.

When and where to fish
Found on sandy bottoms or stone, is also quite common in rocky or coral reefs. Lives between one and 200 meters deep
1811

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 21:09
Xaréu-yellow
scientific name
Caranx hippos

family
Carangidae

Other common names
xaréu-white, olhudo, headstrong, cheréo, Carimbamba, guaracema, guides, papaterra, xaréu-snorer, xaréu-cowboy-xaréu true, aracaroba, aracimbora, guaracimbora, xexém, buck.

where you live
Atlantic Ocean; in the West, from Canada to Uruguay.

size
reaches about 125 cm and 32 kilograms. The IGFA world record is Angola with 26.5 kg in 2000.

The eating
fish, squid, crustaceans and other invertebrates.

When and where to fish
during the summer, especially in the Northeast.
1812

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 21:11
Bijupirá
scientific name
Rachycentron canadum

family
Rachycentridae

Other common names
parambiju, Kiss pirá, cation-of-scale, kingfish and pirapijú.

where you live
cosmopolitan; the western Atlantic, from Canada to Argentina.

size
2 m up to 70 kg. The IGFA world record is in Australia with 61.5 pounds in 1985.

The eating
fish, crustaceans and squid.

When and where to fish
throughout the year, throughout the area of occurrence.
1813

leo penachio
19-08-2014, 21:21
Butterfly Peacock Bass - Cichla orinocensis
Butterfly Peacock Bass - Cichla orinocensis
The butterfly peacock bass, as well as most of peacock bass, has a round spot on the caudal peduncle that gives the impression of being another eye, serving to confuse and scare off predators. However, what differs from the other three species are well defined ocelli in your body.

Fish scale freshwater cichlid belonging to the family, one of the largest freshwater in the world, presents coloration ranging from golden yellow to greenish-yellow.

The species which can weigh 4 kg, and passage of 60 cm long, has a body slightly compressed somewhat square and large head.

In the first 30 days of life, the peacock bass larvae feed on plankton. From the second month of life, the species begins to drink larger live foods such as insect larvae, for example.
1814

nhoj123
20-08-2014, 04:52
Fish Name: Mandarin Dragonnet
Salt Water
Image:
http://i.imgur.com/qKA3v23.jpg

nhoj123
20-08-2014, 05:00
Fish Name: Yellowtail Damsel
Scientific Name: Chrysiptera parasema
Size: 2½ inches
Salt Water Fish
Image:
http://i.imgur.com/QInfCrk.jpg

Ullia
20-08-2014, 12:06
another big family that can form a collection is Monacanthidae that means Unicorns-fishes
other names - Filefishes, foolfishes, leatherjackets or shingles - appr.107 species of 2-110 cm
lives in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, eats vegs and insects, there is some of them:
1830 Chaetodermis penicilligerus or Prickly leatherjacket or Tasselled Leatherjacket 1831 Rudarius minutus or Minute leatherjacket
1832 Eubalichthys mosaicus or Mosaic leatherjacket 1833 Meuschenia scaber or Velvet leatherjacket
1834 Amanses scopas or Broom filefish 1835 Monacanthus ciliatus or Fringed filefish
1836 Rudarius excelsus or Diamond leatherjacket 1837 Thamnaconus modestus or Black scraper
1838 Pervagor spilosoma or Nomadic filefish 1829Meuschenia hippocrepis or Horse-shoe leatherjacket
and lot of others interesting species http://www.fishbase.org/identification/specieslist.php?famcode=517&areacode

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:25
The Kinguio fish is docile and sociable, loves to community life. It is a helpless fish and why you should not put it together with fish that attack as tetras and Sumatras. The recommendable to keep you company fish are carp, Molly, wipers, Plecos, Tanitis, Clean Fund and Gourami.

Messy, this fish has a craze: the churning entire aquarium substrate and the plants start looking for food, thus leaving the turbid water.

For him to forget that nothing civilized habit, the creator must make a thick padding at the bottom of the tank (about 5 cm) using 10% white and 90% gravel of river gravel. Such as vegetation, plants that better resist the vicissitudes kinguio are Vallisneria, Elodea and the Echinodorus.
1839

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:32
CRYSTAL RED SHRIMP
Popular Name:
Are known by the name of Crystal Red Shrimp

Scientific Name:
Was baptized Caridina cf cantonensis sp.

origin:
Are shrimp that have undergone a mutation Shrimp "Bee Shrimp" that originate in southwest China.

temperature:
To maintain the quality of the ideal habitat for the shrimp Red Crystal, the water should be between 20 ° C and 25 ° C, but preferably 23 ° C to maintain.

water:
The water pH should be between 6.5 to 7.0.

Food:
The Crystal Red Shrimp is a species considered detrívora, or are animals that consume materials that would decompose in the tank, but very accepting pelleted diets, spirulina, spinach leaves and others, and to feed a lot of seaweed.
1840

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:34
Popular Name:
Are known by the name of Corydora Julii
Scientific Name:
Was named Corydoras julii

origin:
Fish are native of South America, Lower Amazon River and coastal rivers of northeastern Brazil.
temperature:
To maintain the quality of the ideal habitat for Corydora julii, the water should be between 22 ° C and 26 ° C, but preferably 24 ° C to maintain.

water:
The water pH should be between 6.2 to 7.8

Food:
The Corydora Julii is a fish omnivorous diet that happily accepts industrialized feed flakes, frozen or live foods, however the market we can find the feed type for bottom fish that sink quickly.
1841

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:37
ome Popular:
Is usually known as Agulhinha, but you can also find the name Freshwater halfbeak.

Scientific Name:
By the researcher Kuhl & van Hasselt was discovered in 1823 and named Dermogenys pusilla.

origin:
Native fish are Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

Sexual dimorphism:
The female are larger than males, but this is not the only difference between them, the males have a red spot on the tip of the dorsal fin and the present modified to form a andropodium genitals.

temperature:
To maintain the quality of the ideal habitat for Agulhinha, the water should be between 24 ° C and 28 ° C, but preferably 26 ° C to maintain.
1842

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:39
Popular name:
Are known by the name of elephant fish

Scientific Name:
Was christened Gnathonemus petersii

origin:
Fish are native North, Northwest and West Central African

temperature:
To maintain the quality of the ideal to the Elephant Fish, habitate the water should be between
25 ° C and 28 ° C, but preferably 27 ° C hold.

water:
The water pH should be between 6.8 to 7.5

Food:
The Elephant Fish has a carnivorous diet, eating various things, I will list some
them: Spirulina, live foods among others, rarely accept feed.
1843

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:42
Name: Labisomus Dentriticus

Location: Galapagos Islands and Malpelo

Food: Algae

Size: 20cm
1846

Ullia
20-08-2014, 15:44
Sea Dragons:
1844 The leafy seadragon or Glauert's seadragon, Phycodurus eques till 20-24 cm
1845 Phyllopteryx taeniolatus, also known as the weedy seadragon or common seadragon till 45 cm
marine, insects eating

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:47
Dolphin Atlantic Spotted (Stenella frontalis)
Class: Mammalia

Order: Cetacea

Family: Delphinidae

Scientific name: Stenella frontalis

Common name: Spotted Dolphin in the Atlantic

Category: Threatened

Length: measure between 1.6m and 2.2m.

Weight: Females weigh between 39 and 127 kg and males between 50 and 143 Kg.

Geographic distribution: Brazil, to date, there are records in Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia and Ceará. In the Bahamas, there is a famous area of ​​concentration dolphins painted from the Atlantic.

Features: The body is elongated and slender. Dark back and light belly. Adults have light spots on the back and dark belly. Puppies are born light gray and the spots are appearing with age usually the belly to the back. The tip of the relatively long and thin beak is white. The dark gray dorsal mantle has a clear sharp spot breaking its rounded design just below the dorsal fin. The dorsal fin is high and falcada. The pectoral fins are pointed and proportional to body size. The area around the eyes is usually dark. Have 60-80 conical teeth. The coastal form is larger, more robust and more painted than the ocean.
1847

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 15:50
Chub-of-three dorsal
1848

Ullia
20-08-2014, 15:58
The pelican eel, Eurypharynx pelecanoides, is a deep-sea fish growing to about 1 m. Eat fish and insects/
1849

Ullia
20-08-2014, 16:00
Dolphins are not a fish, they are clever and nice - not for fishing.

Ullia
20-08-2014, 16:32
Black ghost knifefish (Apteronotus albifrons) is a freshwater nocturnal of South America reaching 50 cm. Eat insects and fish.
1853 1854

Ullia
20-08-2014, 16:40
Spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari. This tropical seafish can be up to 5 meters, eats fish and insects.
1855 1856

Ullia
20-08-2014, 16:57
The driftwood catfishes are found in rivers from Panama to Argentina.They are nocturnal consuming fruits and insects but will also eat fish. Lenght 3-59 cm.
1857

Ullia
20-08-2014, 17:00
The Amur pike, also known as the blackspotted pike, Esox reichertii, is a pike native to the Amur River system in east Asia, as well as freshwater habitat on the island of Sakhalin. Closely related to the northern pike, it reaches a length of 115 cm, sporting a silvery body with small, black spots. Like other pike, this species is prized for sport fishing.
1858

Ullia
20-08-2014, 17:05
The ayu or sweetfish, Plecoglossus altivelis. it occurs in rivers, lakes, and coastal waters of western Hokkaidō in Japan southward to the Korean Peninsula, China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. An omnivore, the ayu feeds on algae, crustaceans, insects, sponges, and worms.1859

Ullia
20-08-2014, 17:11
The pineapplefish, Cleidopus gloriamaris is also known as the knightfish or the coat-of-mail fish, due to the armor-like scales covering its body, and the port-and-starboard light fish, as it has a pair of bioluminescent organs that are reminiscent of navigation lights on ships. Its specific epithet is from the Latin gloria and maris, meaning "glory of the sea".
Grows up to 22 cm. At night, this species ventures out onto sandy flats to feed, using its light organs to illuminate small shrimp.
1860

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 18:57
Bodianus scrofa (Valenciennes, 1839), known by the common name of dog-fish, is a species of fish in the Labridae family perciforme. The species has a natural distribution of subtropical reefs of the eastern margin of the Atlantic Ocean, including the Macaronesian archipelagos.
Males can reach 43 cm in total length, but generally do not exceed 30 cm.2

The species has a natural distribution of subtropical reefs, occurring at depths between 20 and 200 m.2

Has natural distribution in eastern central Atlantic Ocean, the Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands and Cape Verde.
1861

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:00
Tradutor
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Você quis dizer: Nome: Peixe-rei Nome-científico: Odontesthes bonariensis Água doce ou salgada: Salgada O peixe-rei é um representante da família Atherinopsidae e em algumas regiões é vulgarmente chamado de bicudo, pica, piarda, guelro ou ligueirão. Os Aterinídeos são pequenos peixes marinhos da mesma ordem das tainhas, com poucas espécies de água doce. Todos apresentam uma faixa prateada no lado, às vezes sobreposta a um tegumento preto. A espécie de peixe-rei de água doce mais comum no Brasil é a Odonthestes bonariensis. São peixes de porte pequeno, crescendo no máximo entre 32 e 35 centímetros de comprimento quando adultos. Normalmente eles medem apenas 10 centímetros. Possui corpo comprido e alongado, fusiforme, estreito, comprimido e subcilíndrico, lembrando uma quilha. O corpo é revestido por escamas muito finas, o que o torna um pouco transparente, principalmente na região abdominal. A coloração apresenta tonalidades azuladas, amarelas e esverdeadas, tendo o dorso marrom-azulado com uma larga faixa com margem azul escura ao longo do corpo que se inicia logo atrás das nadadeiras peitorais e estende até a cauda e o ventre prateado, podendo-se considerar o peixe-rei um peixe muito vistoso. Os olhos são medianos e a boca é pequena, possuindo mandíbula superior não expansível, com várias séries de diminutos dentes cônicos. A cabeça reta e perfil alto, afilada côncava dorsalmente e focinho pontudo. As nadadeiras peitorais são longas, falcadas (em forma de foice) e oblíquas, medindo uma vez e meia o tamanho da cabeça. A nadadeira anal não é falcada, tem um espinho e é muito elevada. A caudal é furcada e apresenta aproximadamente vinte raios além do lóbulo inferior ser um pouco maior que o superior. A nadadeira dorsal apresenta seis espinhos além de possuir duas nadadeiras dorsais bem separadas. Alimenta-se principalmente de plâncton em suspensão na água, além de moluscos, microcrustáceos, insetos, pequenos peixes e algas. Sua reprodução se inicia em junho, com maior incidência em outubro e se estende até o mês de janeiro. As fêmeas podem desovar cerca de 16.000 óvulos. Dependendo da temperatura o desenvolvimento embrionário pode demorar de 10 a 14 dias. Onde encontrar É um peixe nadador ativo e extremamente veloz. Prefere viver em locais de fundo arenoso, baías, lagos, reservatórios, manguezais e outras áreas semi-fechadas de águas doces e salobras da América do Sul. O peixe-rei nada normalmente em grandes cardumes ocorrendo no rio da Prata, Uruguai e Paraguai. Foi introduzida na piscicultura da Lagoa dos Quadros e hoje existe no Guaiba, lagoas Mirim e Mangueira. São encontrados numa profundidade média de um metro. É encontrado em maior quantidade durante o inverno, quase que desaparecendo durante as outras estações. Tamanho mínimo para sua captura 10 cm.
Name: Catfish King
Scientific name: Odonthestes bonariensis
Fresh or salt water: Salt
The kingfish is a representative of Atherinopsidae family and in some regions is commonly called the boll weevil, pink, piarda, guelro or ligueirão.
The Aterinídeos are small marine fish of the same order of mullets, with few freshwater species. All feature a silver band on the side, sometimes overlapping a black coat. The species of kingfish most common freshwater in Brazil is Odonthestes bonariensis.
Are small fish, growing at most between 32 and 35 inches in length as adults. Typically they measure only 10 cm.
It has long, elongated, fusiform, narrow, compressed, subcylindrical body, resembling a keel.
The body is covered with very fine scales, which makes it a bit transparent, especially in the abdominal region.
The color displays bluish and greenish yellow shades, with bluish-brown back with a broadband blue to dark border along the body which begins just behind the pectoral fins, and extends to the tail and the silver womb, it being possible to consider the kingfish a very showy fish.
The eyes are medium and the mouth is small, upper jaw not having expandable, with several series of tiny conical teeth.
The head straight and tall, tapered profile concave dorsally and pointed snout.
The pectoral fins are long, falcate (sickle-shaped) and oblique, measuring one and a half times the size of the head. The anal fin is not falcada has a thorn and is very high. The caudal is forked and has approximately twenty rays beyond the lower lobe being slightly larger than the top. The dorsal fin has six spines besides having two well separated dorsal fins.
It feeds mainly on plankton suspended in the water, as well as molluscs, microcrustaceans, insects, small fish and algae.
Its reproduction begins in June, with the highest incidence in October and runs through the month of January. Females may spawn around 16,000 eggs. Depending on the temperature embryonic development may take 10 to 14 days.
where to find
It's a fish active and extremely fast swimmer. Prefer to live in places with sandy bottom, bays, lakes, reservoirs, mangroves and other semi-closed fresh and brackish waters of South America areas.
The kingfish nothing usually occurring in large schools in the Silver, Uruguay and Paraguay river. Was introduced in the Lagoa dos Quadros pisciculture and today exists in Guaiba, ponds Mirim and Mangueira.
Are found at an average depth of one meter.
It is found in greater amounts during the winter, almost disappearing during the other seasons.
Minimum size for harvest 10 cm.
1862

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:04
Scientific Name: Dermochelys coriacea

Common Names: leather or giant

International Status: Critically Endangered (IUCN classification)

Status in Brazil: Critically endangered

Distribution: all tropical and temperate oceans of the world

Habitat: It lives usually in the pelagic zone during most of his life. The only regular known spawning area in Brazil is located on the north shore of the Holy Spirit

Size: in Brazil there have been individuals with up to 182cm of curved carapace length. The largest leatherback turtle found in the world had 2,56m carapace length

Weight: can weigh up to 700kg. The heaviest in the world had found 916kg

Hull (shell) is composed of a layer of thin, tough skin and thousands of small bone plates, forming seven fins along the length, hence the common name of leather. Only the puppies have board

Head: no information

Fins: no information

Diet: The diet consists of gelatinous zooplankton, such as coelenterates, pyrossomos and salps

Estimated world population: 34 000 females of reproductive age

Curiosities:. Area known with regular spawns lies on the north shore of the Holy Spirit, with occasional reports of spawning in Rio Grande do Norte, Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul There are also records of reproductive events in Piauí.
1863

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:19
Ageneiosus vittatus Steindachner
rare fish
1864

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:20
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planiloricaria_cryptodon
1865

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:25
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=944&genusname=Acanthurus&speciesname=coeruleus
1866

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:27
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Alphestes-afer.html
1867

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 19:29
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Antennarius-striatus.html
1868

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:34
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Archosargus-rhomboidalis.html
1869

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:39
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Batrachoides-surinamensis.html
1870

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:43
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Canthigaster-figueiredoi.html
1871

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:44
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Centropyge-aurantonotus.html
1872

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:48
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Clepticus-brasiliensis.html
1873

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:51
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Dactylopterus-volitans.html
1874

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:54
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Echeneis-naucrates.html
1875

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 20:59
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Gymnothorax-miliaris.html
1876

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 21:02
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Gymnothorax-vicinus.html
1877

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 21:05
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Melichthys-niger.html
1878

leo penachio
20-08-2014, 21:10
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Muraena-pavonina.html
1879

Sun
21-08-2014, 09:56
I absolutely agree that dolphins are not for fishing (and orca also). At least they are water animals. At most.. They say dolphins and whales are people who returned to the life in the sea.
Some prehistoric fishes are so interesting and look really cool.. Perhaps we can catch it in some area in past.. time machine teleports us to an area with giant ferns :)

Ullia
21-08-2014, 14:37
cool! time mashine! giant fern! dinofish! good idea!

perhaps it can be realized as a Misterious Chaina Tea-Chop that appears sometimes in Aquayama in back corner of Great wall -so player need to check it place from time to time

or like a Wormhole (in Great Wall of course :) ) but the player become able to see it only if wear Black Black Glasses (item buying in shop after some level)

in Aquayama because this area doesn`t have any special fishing places like others (raft, boat, pier, piramide, backyard, farm and enclosure)

Ullia
22-08-2014, 18:19
Red Indianfish (Pataecus fronto) and Whiskered Prowfish (Neopataecus waterhousii)

Spectacular individuals resemble encrusting algae or sponges. First one vary in colour from a pale pinkish-orange to scarlet, brick red or bright orange - sometimes with indistinct spots. The seconde body colour ranges from grey to olive-brown, orange or a deep red, with a network of lines, spots or blotches. These rare sedentary fishes regularly shed their skin to prevent the build-up of fouling organisms.

Lenght is 19-22-27 cm, saltwater tropical fish, presumably a carnivore.
18871888
18891890

Tomas530
25-08-2014, 15:48
Hi i found this quite rare fish.

Yellow Boxfish FISH STATS

1909


Scientific Name: Ostracion cubicus
Family: Diodontidae
Size: 18 inches
Temperature: 72 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Origin: Indo Pacific, Red Sea, East Africa, Hawaiian Islands, Ryukyu Islands

chitti
25-08-2014, 17:37
Hello guys, How about adding a blue whale? The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales. At 30 metres (98 ft) in length and 170 tonnes (190 short tons) or more in weight, it is the largest existing animal and the heaviest that ever existed.

1911

Tomas530
26-08-2014, 10:49
Hi Chitti, the "Blue Whale" is a mammal, not a fish, but it would be cool. And i think that the Moderators and Admin only want to have in fishao, fish and maybe some great fish... eg... White sturgeons+ All the sturgeons. Tomas530

chitti
26-08-2014, 10:58
Hi Thomas :) yeah, I know its a mammal :) but my idea was that :) Here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_fish_names)
All my suggested fishes in that link :p

Tomas530
26-08-2014, 11:03
Great idea Chitti! That webpage is very usefull

chitti
26-08-2014, 11:05
Great idea Chitti! That webpage is very usefull

Thank you :)

Ullia
26-08-2014, 11:48
The Atka mackerel, Pleurogrammus monopterygius, are common to the northern Pacific ocean, the largest recorded was 56.5 cm long, feed on insects.
1912

Ullia
26-08-2014, 15:07
The Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson) found in a wide-ranging area centering in Southeast Asia, the east coast of Africa and from the Middle East and along the northern coastal areas of the Indian Ocean and are the largest growing to bout 200 cm. Food consists mainly of small fishes with lesser quantities of shrimp and squid.
Some common names - king mackerel, couta, cuda - tenggiri - snook, Spaniard -- striped seer - kanaad - konem - vanjaram - anjal - tanigue - ikan tenggiri
1918

KuyaMarvs
28-08-2014, 14:37
1949

FISH: WHALE SHARK.
DIET: The whale shark is a filter feeder – one of only three known filter feeding shark species (along with the basking shark and the megamouth shark). It feeds on macroalgae, plankton, krill, Christmas Island red crab larvae and small nektonic life, such as small squid or vertebrates.
HABITAT: Maybe Pinheira Beach, Seagull Harbor, or BOS Tournament I recommend, since it lives on warm seas.

cute_owl6
20-09-2014, 10:53
sorry, do you know, when i can caught GIANT OARFISH? (month):o

Pookie
22-09-2014, 04:14
How about a Longhorned cowfish, it gets up to 16 inches and eats mostly meats. Maybe at Seagull Harbor?
2612

prashant
23-09-2014, 15:31
new fish bottlenose dolphin
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/87/Tursiops_aduncus%2C_Port_River%2C_Adelaide%2C_Aust ralia_-_2003.jpg/220px-Tursiops_aduncus%2C_Port_River%2C_Adelaide%2C_Aust ralia_-_2003.jpg

leonardo rocha penachio
25-09-2014, 15:38
2693

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Acanthurus-coeruleus.html

abhisek_520
04-10-2014, 05:53
Clown loach

2823

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clown_loach

chitti
06-10-2014, 13:58
Some large fishes and small fishes names, you can see this URL you'll get so many fishes names :D

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_fish_names

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_fish

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fishes_of_India :- these are so many fishes :)

Salty
07-10-2014, 16:27
Some good suggestions in this thread :) ... Don't be too surprised if you sometime in the future see a new fish in the game that you have suggested :D

kikoki
08-10-2014, 02:27
Black swallower
2921
all details in this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpci45oUgnU

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 15:55
Loggerhead carp
Originally from China, is a species of similar habits to the Silver Carp. It is a kind zooplanctófaga,. Also feeds on small crustaceans and colonial algae.
Carp Baits for Loggerhead
Massa, ISCAS OTHER NATURAL OTHER ARTIFICIAL Feed / Guabi Sausage Bread
Where to fish carp Loggerhead
OTHER FISH, California Fishing, Fishing Tackle Maeda, Friends of Fishing, Fishing Fisheries Sol, Green Valley
What Loggerhead largest carp ever caught?
Biggest Carp Loggerhead
2966

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 15:56
Cherne
Fish with large scales, high and compressed body. Reddish brown color, sometimes clearer in the womb. The margin of spinous portion of dorsal fin is dark. Juveniles have white spots regularly distributed in vertical rows and a large dark spot on the caudal peduncle, which originates on the back and crosses the sideline. Reaches 2 m in total length and 380 kg. Has commercial value. Considered fish prime beef.
Baits for grouper
Sardines, Squid, OTHER LIVE BAIT, File Fish, tuvira
*
Where to fish grouper
Offshore, Ilhabela, Seas Exterior, Passárgada Winery, Bay of Santos and

What greater Cherne fish already?
greater Cherne
2970

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 18:04
Ageneiozus magois
food:
mainly fish, lean meat, after acclimation, heart

compatibility:
* Will eat any fish that fits in your mouth.
2972

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 18:08
http://www.fishdata.info/p507/Acanthicus-adonis-L-000-L155/product_info.html?language=en

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http://www.fishdata.info/p507/Acanthicus-adonis-L-000-L155/product_info.html?language=en
2973

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 18:11
http://www.fishdata.info/p1091/Acarichthys-heckelii/product_info.html
2975

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 18:29
http://www.fishdata.info/p695/Scriptaphyosemion-schmitti/product_info.html?language=en
2976

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:15
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodylidae
2978

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:18
Cichlasoma salvini
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzf9l8Md8GU

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:24
Cyphotilapia frontosa
http://www.fishdata.info/p911/Cyphotilapia-frontosa/product_info.html
2979

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:51
Hepsetus odoe
http://www.fishdata.info/p164/Hepsetus-odoe/product_info.html
2981

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:53
Hypancistrus zebra
http://www.fishdata.info/p508/Hypancistrus-zebra-L046/product_info.html
2982

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 19:59
Macrognathus aculeatus
http://www.fishdata.info/p1021/Macrognathus-aculeatus/product_info.html
2983

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Macrognathus circumcinctus
http://www.fishdata.info/p1020/Macrognathus-circumcinctus/product_info.html
2984

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:00
Malpulutta kretseri
http://www.fishdata.info/p995/Malpulutta-kretseri/product_info.html

2985

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:03
Microctenopoma ansorgii
http://www.fishdata.info/p1012/Microctenopoma-ansorgii/product_info.html
2986

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:08
Osphronemus goramy
http://www.fishdata.info/p994/Osphronemus-goramy/product_info.html

2987

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:10
Parachromis managuensis
http://www.fishdata.info/p1089/Parachromis-managuensis/product_info.html

2992

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:16
Pelteobagrus fulvidraco
http://www.fishdata.info/p564/Pelteobagrus-fulvidraco/product_info.html

2994

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:19
Polypterus endlicherii
http://www.fishdata.info/p1082/Polypterus-endlicherii/product_info.html
2995

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:21
Pseudotropheus sp elongatus Neon Spot
http://www.fishdata.info/p933/Pseudotropheus-sp-elongatus-Neon-Spot/product_info.html
2996

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:25
Rineloricaria sp. RED L010a
http://www.fishdata.info/p527/Rineloricaria-sp.-RED-L010a/product_info.html
2997

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Rocio octofasciata
http://www.fishdata.info/p829/Rocio-octofasciata/product_info.html

2998

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:27
Scatophagus argus
http://www.fishdata.info/p1052/Scatophagus-argus/product_info.html

2999

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:28
Sciaenochromis fryeri
http://www.fishdata.info/p918/Sciaenochromis-fryeri/product_info.html

3000

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:29
Scobinancistrus aureatus
http://www.fishdata.info/p1125/Scobinancistrus-aureatus-L014/product_info.html

3001

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:32
Stigmatogobius sadanundio
http://www.fishdata.info/p966/Stigmatogobius-sadanundio/product_info.html
3002

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Symphysodon sp
http://www.fishdata.info/p818/Symphysodon-sp/product_info.html

3003

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:34
Telmatochromis bifrenatus
http://www.fishdata.info/p810/Telmatochromis-bifrenatus/product_info.html

3004

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:38
Yasuhikotakia modesta
http://www.fishdata.info/p317/Yasuhikotakia-modesta/product_info.html

3005

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:42
Dendrochirus zebra
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrochirus_zebra

3006

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:43
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrochirus_zebra
3007

leonardo rocha penachio
10-10-2014, 20:47
Zebra loach
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebra_loach

3008

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:00
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protopterus
3010

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:04
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notothenioidei
3011

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:06
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_saury
3012

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:08
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_prowfish
3013

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:14
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobtail_snipe_eel
3018

Salty
11-10-2014, 13:36
Hi leonardo rocha penachio!

Please try to post your suggestions in one post instead of several.

Thank you :)

leonardo rocha penachio
11-10-2014, 13:43
yes, salty friend :)

leonardo rocha penachio
30-10-2014, 17:38
http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/06/golden-snakehead.html
3343

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2011/10/11-platinum-alligator-gar-atractosteus.html
3344

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/platinum-red-tail-catfish.html
3345

leonardo rocha penachio
30-10-2014, 17:44
http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/zebrina-pike.html
3346

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/red-pike-atabapo.html
3347

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/shortbody-florida-gar.html
3348

leonardo rocha penachio
30-10-2014, 17:48
http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/rainbow-wolf.html
3349

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2014/04/raphiodon-vulpinus.html
3350

leonardo rocha penachio
30-10-2014, 17:57
http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2013/02/king-arowana.html
3351

http://schooloffishcare.com/different-arowana-fish-types/
3352

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2012/06/quality-red-arapaima-gigas.html
3353

leonardo rocha penachio
30-10-2014, 18:51
http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2012/03/channa-sp-blue-moon.html
3354

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2012/03/sb-endlicherri.html
3355

http://bigaqua.blogspot.com.br/2012/03/platinum-clown-knifefish.html
3356

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 11:09
http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/coastal-cutthroat/
3364

http://www.troutfishingalaska.net
3365

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/bonneville-cutthroat/
3366

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 11:12
http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/bull-trout/
3367

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/california-golden-trout/
3368

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/colorado-river-cutthroat/
3369

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/dolly-varden/
3370

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 11:16
http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/gila-trout/
3371

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/greenback-cutthroat/
3372

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 11:20
http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/rio-grande-cutthroat/
3373

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/westslope-cutthroat/
3374

http://www.westernnativetrout.org/content/yellowstone-cutthroat/
3375

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 11:31
http://pets.amerikanki.com/fantastic-aquarium-fish-for-every-budget/3/
3376

http://www.tfhmagazine.com/saltwater-reef/species-profiles/balistoides-conspicillum.htm
3378

http://www.oceanoasis.org/fieldguide/bodi-dip.html
3379

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 13:03
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2003/3/fish
3380

http://eol.org/pages/994958/names/synonyms
3381

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysiptera_cyanea
3382

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailfin_sculpin
3383


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxycirrhites_typus
3389

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 13:15
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Painted_greenling
3390

http://www.oceanlight.com/lightbox.php?sp=Pomacanthus_imperator
3391

leonardo rocha penachio
31-10-2014, 19:04
http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animal-guide/fishes/california-sheephead
3396

http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animal-guide/fishes/garibaldi
3397

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Beaked-Leatherjacket/Oxymonacanthus/longirostris.html
3398

leonardo rocha penachio
05-11-2014, 19:07
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myanmar_arowana
3451

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flowerhorn_cichlid
3452

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDabDt_GW94


rare black alligator gar

leonardo rocha penachio
06-11-2014, 10:34
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myanmar_arowana
3461

leonardo rocha penachio
06-11-2014, 10:49
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_squid
3462

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-bearded_rockling
3463

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_ling
3464

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_sand_eel
3465

leonardo rocha penachio
06-11-2014, 10:59
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Blue-ringed-Angelfish/Pomacanthus/annularis.html
3466

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Blueface-Angelfish/Pomacanthus/xanthometopon.html
3467

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Bluespine-Unicornfish/Naso/unicornis.html
3468

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Checkerboard-Wrasse/Halichoeres/hortulanus.html
3469

leonardo rocha penachio
07-11-2014, 17:14
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilápia
3486

http://autosoft.com.br/tilapeiro/tilapia.asp
3487

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 20:55
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Yellowtail-Fang-Blenny/Meiacanthus/atrodorsalis.html

3616

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Yellowtail-Coris/Coris/gaimard.html

3617

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Yellowmargin-Triggerfish/Pseudobalistes/flavimarginatus.html

3618

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/White-Ear/Parma/microlepis.html

3620

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 21:05
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Whitemargin-Unicornfish/Naso/annulatus.html

3621

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Turrum/Carangoides/fulvoguttatus.html

3623

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Trout-Cod/Epinephelus/maculatus.html

3624

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Titan-Triggerfish/Balistoides/viridescens.html

3625

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Swordfish/Xiphias/gladius.html

3626

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 21:18
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Stripey/Microcanthus/strigatus.html

3627

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Staghorn-Damsel/Amblyglyphidodon/curacao.html

3628

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Rainbow-Cale/Odax/acroptilus.html

3630

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Pyramid-Butterflyfish/Hemitaurichthys/polylepis.html

3631

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 21:22
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Pineapplefish/Cleidopus/gloriamaris.html

3632

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Piano-Fangblenny/Plagiotremus/tapeinosoma.html

3633

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Pennant-Bannerfish/Heniochus/chrysostomus.html

3634

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Peacock-Rockcod/Cephalopholis/argus.html

3635

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Peacock-Razorfish/Xyrichtys/pavo.html
3636

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 21:28
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Oval-spot-Butterflyfish/Chaetodon/speculum.html

3637

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Orangeband-Surgeonfish/Acanthurus/olivaceus.html

3638

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Old-Wife/Enoplosus/armatus.html

3639

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Oblique-banded-Sweetlips/Plectorhinchus/lineatus.html

3640

leonardo rocha penachio
15-11-2014, 21:35
http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Narrow-lined-Pufferfish/Arothron/manilensis.html

3641

http://www.ozanimals.com/Fish/Moon-Wrasse/Thalassoma/lunare.html

3642

leonardo rocha penachio
23-11-2014, 19:59
http://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/profiles/saltwater/grouper/black-grouper/

3855

http://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/profiles/saltwater/gulf-sturgeon/

3856

CharChar12
30-11-2014, 22:18
http://www.fishfish.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Zebra-Turkeyfish.jpg
Dendrochirus zebra
Better known as the Zebra Turkeyfish. It is commonly found in oceans

CharChar12
30-11-2014, 22:21
Bullethead parrot fish
http://saltwater.tropicalfishandaquariums.com/Parrotfish/chlorurus-sordidus-female.jpg
Chlorurus sordidus found in tropical reefs

leonardo rocha penachio
02-12-2014, 21:52
http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/Fishing/IowaFishSpecies/FishDetails.aspx?SpeciesCode=PAS

4072

http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/Fishing/IowaFishSpecies/FishDetails.aspx?SpeciesCode=SHS

4073

http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/Fishing/IowaFishSpecies/FishDetails.aspx?SpeciesCode=BRS

4074

http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/Fishing/IowaFishSpecies/FishDetails.aspx?SpeciesCode=NHS

4075

KuyaMarvs
04-12-2014, 13:51
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_tang

Perhaps you could add a yellow tang and put it in PINHEIRA BEACH, since it is a saltwater fish. :)

XRiriXx3
04-12-2014, 22:18
Colossal squid

4097
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colossal_squid

Humboldt squid

4098
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humboldt_squid

Giant squid

4099
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_squid

Would like one of them :p :D

Sun
06-12-2014, 15:37
I love to meet Leafy Seadragon in game. And I think I will be happy to catch another seadragon :)

Phyllopteryx taeniolatus, also known as the weedy seadragon or common seadragon

4113

more info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phyllopteryx

Also there is a big family of different Seahorses

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seahorse

All of them looks so cool! I wish to meet some of them in Fishao :D

CharChar12
06-12-2014, 19:58
http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?&id=HN.608051560000719911&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0
Yellow tang

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?&id=HN.608031609874222540&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0
Firefish goby

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?&id=HN.608023625528445960&w=300&h=300&c=0&pid=1.9&rs=0&p=0
Jewel cichlid

leonardo rocha penachio
06-12-2014, 21:52
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Chilomycterus-reticulatus.html

4118

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/1894

4119

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Rhizoprionodon-terraenovae.html

4120

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/Dentex-gibbosus.html

4121

leonardo rocha penachio
07-12-2014, 00:56
http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010040
4124

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010130
4125

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010364
4126

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010168
4127

leonardo rocha penachio
07-12-2014, 01:03
http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010182
4128

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010174
4129

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wildlife/fish/details.asp?fish=010177
4130

leonardo rocha penachio
07-12-2014, 20:27
http://www.clickpesca.com.br/3/peixes/apapa-sardinhao-douradaherring.aspx
4144

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/6/peixes/bicuda.aspx
4145

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/10/peixes/cachorrafacao-peixecachorro-ripa.aspx
4146

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/14/peixes/dourada.aspx
4147

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/20/peixes/jurupoca-jerepoca-braçodemoça-liro.aspx
4148

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/25/peixes/pacu-pacucaranha.aspx
4149

leonardo rocha penachio
07-12-2014, 20:35
http://www.clickpesca.com.br/34/peixes/piranha-preta.aspx
4150

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/38/peixes/pirarara.aspx
4151

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/40/peixes/surubimchicote-surubimlenha-peixelenha.aspx
4152

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/41/peixes/tabarana-tubarana-douradobranco.aspx
4153

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/44/peixes/traira.aspx
4154

http://www.clickpesca.com.br/45/peixes/trairao.aspx
4155

molly2001
10-12-2014, 11:31
http://blog.aquanerd.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Juvenile-Gem-Tang-PIA.jpg
follow this link to see the gem tang, this fish feeds on fish and plants, occasionally bread crumb.
it is found in deep salt water near coral and seaweed.

leonardo rocha penachio
11-12-2014, 18:03
http://species-identification.org/species.php?species_group=fnam&id=1115
4202

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snubnosed_eel
4203

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avocet_snipe_eel
4204

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahlia_egmontis
4205

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaupichthys_hyoproroides
4206

leonardo rocha penachio
11-12-2014, 18:50
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synanceia_verrucosa
4207

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeiformes
4208

leonardo rocha penachio
12-12-2014, 13:26
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oceanic_whitetip_shark
4211

http://www.biodiversitas.org.br/f_ameaca/info_fauna.asp?ID=1188
4212

http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/39380/0
4213

leonardo rocha penachio
12-12-2014, 13:42
http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/others/b_Gymnothorax_tile.php
4214

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/others/b_Synbranchus_marmoratus.php
4215

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Chitala_blanci.php
4216

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Stigmatogobius_sadanundio.php
4217

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Scatophagus.php
4218

leonardo rocha penachio
12-12-2014, 13:51
http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Dario_dario.php
4219

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Elassoma_evergladei.php
4220

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_reed.php
4221

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_eel1.php
4222

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Itui_Cavalo_Apteronotus_albifrons.php
4223

http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/b_Aruana_Pintado_Scleropages_leichardti.php
4224

http://www.oocities.org/safishkeeper/saratoga.html
4225

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 18:32
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_gueldenstaedtii
4232

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_nudiventris
4233

4233

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_ruthenus
4234

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alburnoides_bipunctatus
4235

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 18:41
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ameiurus_nebulosus
4236

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gymnocephalus_baloni
4237

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acerina_Eurasiana
4238

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babka_gymnotrachelus
4239

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelecus_cultratus
4240

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proterorhinus_marmoratus
4241

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umbra_krameri
4242

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 18:48
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alosa_fallax
4243

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anguilla_anguilla
4244

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aba-aba
4245

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parachanna_obscura
4246

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 19:02
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoscaphirhynchus_kaufmanni
4249

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoscaphirhynchus_fedtschenkoi
4250

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoscaphirhynchus_hermanni
4251

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_naccarii
4252

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_mikadoi
4253

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acipenser_dabryanus
4254

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 19:18
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akysidae
4255

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ammodytidae
4256

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anabantidae
4257

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anabas_testudineus
4258

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antennariidae
4259

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 23:25
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aluterus_scriptus
4261

http://www.estrildidae.net/pt/species/nominal/Albula_glossodonta/general/
4262

http://www.estrildidae.net/pt/species/nominal/Allenichthys_glauerti/general/
4263

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203328&one=T
4264

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203308&one=T
4265

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203227&one=T
4266

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203543&one=T
4267

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 23:34
http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203473&one=T
4268

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203563&one=T
4269

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203273&one=T
4270

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203205&one=T
4271

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=238253&one=T
4272

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203348&one=T
4273

leonardo rocha penachio
13-12-2014, 23:51
http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203792&one=T
4274

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=294349&one=T
4275

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=294349&one=T
4276

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=129226&one=T,
4277

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203605&one=T
4278

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=170390&one=T
4279

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=123046&one=T
4280

leonardo rocha penachio
14-12-2014, 00:08
http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=337343&one=T
4281

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=199242&one=T
4282

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=119570&one=T
4283

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=203557&one=T
4284

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=366240&one=T
4285

http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=129233&one=T
4286

leonardo rocha penachio
14-12-2014, 00:13
http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?seq_num=262917&one=T
4287

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 13:23
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=24841&AT=Azuma-hana-dai
4305

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=4693&AT=Azulita
4306

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=2434&AT=Azu+ogwu
4307

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=4684&AT=Aztec+cichlid,
4308

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=4872&AT=Ayungin
4309

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 13:39
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=5014&AT=Aynalivatoz+baligi

4310

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=27850&AT=Aymara

4311

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=308&AT=Ayet

4312

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=509&AT=Ayet

4313

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=12453&AT=Ayanque

4314

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=51565&AT=Aya-hebiginpo

4315

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 13:52
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=6420&AT=Axakwan

4316

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?ID=4819&AT=Avulimeen

4317

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/speciesSummary.php?ID=4668&AT=Avele-meen

4318

267stefan
15-12-2014, 13:55
wow it is wery cool

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 19:21
yes it really is, I'll be posting more fish :)

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 21:07
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=55144

4322

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=8049

4323

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=25701

4324

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=24516

4325

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/14737

4326

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/11793

4327

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/11811

4328

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/11825

4329

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 21:18
http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=48039

4330

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=14532

4331

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=51356

4332

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=12559

4333

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=46703

4334

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 21:39
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/25510

4335

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/46717

4336

http://www.fishbase.org/Summary/SpeciesSummary.php?id=46725

4337

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/13268

4338

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/12690

4339

leonardo rocha penachio
15-12-2014, 22:19
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/65330

4340

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/50141

4342

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/48998

4343

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/9216

4344

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/9214

4345

leonardo rocha penachio
16-12-2014, 21:10
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/10817

4370

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/55359

4371

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/9340

4372

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/701

4373

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/5950

4374

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/4039

4375

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/58791

4376

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/5951

4376

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/25802

4377

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/1266

4378

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/10992

4379

leonardo rocha penachio
16-12-2014, 21:16
http://www.fishbase.org/summary/17041

4381

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/3255

4382

leonardo rocha penachio
17-12-2014, 21:25
http://underwater-fish.blogspot.com.br/2011/10/zebra-trout.html

4391

http://underwater-fish.blogspot.com.br/2011/10/barramundi-fish.html

4392

4393

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelecus_cultratus

4395

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebra_bullhead_shark

4396

leonardo rocha penachio
18-12-2014, 23:34
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/46579

4407

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/3669

4408

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4581

4409

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/3668

4410

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/59643

4412

leonardo rocha penachio
18-12-2014, 23:55
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/3015

4413

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/48646

4414

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/58093

4415

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/8994

4417

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/11995

4418

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/8304

4419

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/7563

4420

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/9176

4421

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/8576

4422

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/9173

4423

leonardo rocha penachio
19-12-2014, 00:03
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4871

4424

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/22703

4425

leonardo rocha penachio
19-12-2014, 18:09
http://arobeauty.blogspot.com.br/2010/04/pearl-or-australia-arowana.html

4435

leonardo rocha penachio
19-12-2014, 19:02
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/6359

4436

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/6944

4437

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4284

4438

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/10508

4439

leonardo rocha penachio
19-12-2014, 19:16
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/10243

4440

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/27260

4441

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/62302

4442

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/1870

4443

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4869

4444

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/64216

4445

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/9124

4446

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/22999

4447

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4817

4448

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/12607

4449

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/12609

4450

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/7224

4451

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/7225

4452

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/7246

4453

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/12615

4454

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/11686

4455

leonardo rocha penachio
19-12-2014, 19:21
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/48118

4456

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/48785

4457

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/7241

4458

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/63960

4459

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/63880

4460

leonardo rocha penachio
20-12-2014, 10:36
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/49108

4470

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/47867

4471

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/56397

4472

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/46448

4473

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/59191

4474

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/23700

4475

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/24148

4476

leonardo rocha penachio
20-12-2014, 10:50
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/22672

4477

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/47139

4478

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/65601

4479

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/65603

4480

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/48205

4481

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/4879

4482

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/6210

4483

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/49539

4484

leonardo rocha penachio
20-12-2014, 13:50
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/6209

4487

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/65598

4488

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/236

4489

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/238

4491

leonardo rocha penachio
21-12-2014, 15:48
http://www.fishbase.de/summary/11849

4494

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/46550

4495

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/15787

4496

http://www.fishbase.de/summary/47975

4497

ketys
21-12-2014, 18:39
Same fishes as in Fishao :)

chitti
22-12-2014, 04:56
Hello leonardo rocha penachio,

I've suggested http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_fish_names these fishes. I think you must see them once and then give new fish names. Because they maybe already suggested. Hope you get what I mean and have fun! :)

leonardo rocha penachio
22-12-2014, 10:35
hello chitti, many of these fish were not suggested, this page of the wiki is not all, that use has more than (32900 Species, 303000 Common names, 54800 Pictures), the several species of the same name, most are alike*: D

i love you fishao.

XRiriXx3
23-12-2014, 20:45
Killer Whale or Orca

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_whale

sam842
28-12-2014, 00:19
salt water fish terakihi are a common off-shore fish that can be caught off the beaches of Haast in new Zealand maximum size around 50 cm maybe put it in seagull harbour (boat only) or/and pinheira beach (pier only) the are flat fish swimming lie rays and look like this

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4611salt water fish terakihi are a common off-shore fish that can be caught off the beaches of Haast in new Zealand maximum size around 50 cm maybe put it in seagull harbour (boat only) or/and pinheira beach (pier only) the are flat fish swimming lie rays and look like this

sam842
28-12-2014, 00:24
4615giant trevally saltwater fish can grow up to 1m