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  1. #751
    Banded angelfish
    Eastern Central Pacific: Hawaiian and Johnston islands.
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    Crimsontip longfin
    Indo-Pacific: Red Sea and East Africa to Japan and Oceania.
    Tropical
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    Banded gunnel
    Polar; 83°N - 52°N
    Western Atlantic: Arctic Ocean to southern Labrador, Canada and western Greenland. North Pacific: Japan (Ref. 559) and Alaska (
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    Ancylopsetta dilecta
    Western Atlantic: North Carolina to Florida and northern Gulf of Mexico in USA to Yucatan in Mexico; reported to extend to Suriname
    Subtropical
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    Betta brownorum
    Freshwater; benthopelagic. Tropical
    Asia: Indonesia and Malaysia.
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    Harlequin smiler
    Tropical
    Western Central Pacific.
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    Banded eagle ray
    Indo-West Pacific: Persian Gulf to the Philippines, north to Korea and southern Japan, south to northern Australia. Possibly in the Red Sea and eastern and southern Africa.
    Tropical
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    Rearfin wormfish
    Tropical
    Eastern Central Pacific: Panama.
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    Beautiful Dartfish
    Tropical
    Western Pacific: Philippines.
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    Taeniatus dartfish
    Tropical
    Indo-West Pacific: Aldabra, Philippines, southern Great Barrier Reef, Fiji, and Palau.
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    Linophryne algibarbata
    Northeast Atlantic: Iceland. Northwest Atlantic
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    Redaxil emperor
    Tropical
    Indian Ocean: Tanzania, northern Madagascar, Chagos, Andamans and southwestern Indonesia.
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    Cuban gar
    Freshwater; brackish; demersal. Tropical; 18°C - 23°C
    Central America: Western Cuba and Isla de la Juventud.
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    Porbeagle
    Marine; pelagic-oceanic; oceanodromous
    Circumglobal, amphitemperature with centers of distribution in the North Atlantic and temperate water of the southern hemisphere;
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    Common name: Pearlscale Butterflyfish
    also known as Orangetail Butterflyfish, Crowned Pearlyscale Butterflyfish, Yellow-tailed Butterflyfish or Philippines Chevron Butterflyfish
    Scientific name: Chaetodon Xanthurus
    saltwater
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    more info:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearlscale_butterflyfish
    http://www.marineworld.com.pk/livest...odon-xanthurus

  5. #755
    Common name: Clark's Clownfish, Clark's anemonefish, Yellowtail clownfish
    Scientific name: Amphiprion clarkii
    saltwater
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    more info:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clark's_anemonefish

    Common name: Humpback red snapper or Paddletail snapper
    Scientific name: Lutjanus gibbus
    saltwater
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    more info:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humpback_red_snapper

  6. #756
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    Acıgöl Toothcarp
    Acıgöl Toothcarp (Aphanius transgrediens) is a species of freshwater fish in the Cyprinodontidae family. It is endemic to the springs of Lake Acıgöl in Turkey. It is one of the critically endangered freshwater fish species in Anatolia. Diet: herbivore, Size: 45~50mm.

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    Humpback chub
    The humpback chub Gila cypha, is a federally protected fish that lived originally in fast waters of the Colorado River system in the United States. Maximum recorded length is 38 cm.

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    Iraq blind barb
    The Haditha cave garra (Typhlogarra widdowsoni) / Iraq blind barb a Critically Endangered fish species endemic to the Haditha karst system in Iraq. It is a species of cyprinid fish endemic to Iraq where it is found in caves. It is the only species in its genus.

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    Photoblepharon palpebratum
    Photoblepharon palpebratum, commonly known as the eyelight fish or one-fin flashlight fish is a species of lantern eye fish from the Indo-Pacific. They are active at night, often feeding in large groups, and use the light to signal to other individuals, startle predators, and find small planktonic animals to feed on. The length of eyelight fish are up to 5 in (12cm).

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    Jack-knifefish
    The jack-knifefish (Equetus lanceolatus) is a small fish, typically between 6 and 9 inches, that can occasionally be found on coral reefs in the middle western Atlantic Ocean, in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, Florida and the Bahamas.
    Last edited by kikoki; 03-01-2016 at 01:03.

  7. #757
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    Yasha Hase Goby
    Yasha Hase Goby or Clown Shrimp Goby is a very unique goby that is not often available in the hobby. A vivid red and white broken striped body with a large dorsal fin and black patch under the jaw sets this fish apart from other gobies.

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    Lepidichthys akiko
    Lepidichthys akiko is A beautiful candy-striped clingfish known only from deep reefs of Cendrawasih Bay in West Papua.

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    Ptereleotris rubristigma
    Ptereleotris rubristigma is a blue dart fish named for the prominent red spot on the gill cover. Widespread throughout the East Indies region and found on soft bottoms exposed to currents.

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    Twin-spot Goby
    Signigobius biocellatus,the Twin-spot Goby or Crab-eyed Goby, is a species of goby native to the Western Pacific Ocean where they can be found in areas of sand, silt in lagoons, or coastal bays with nearby cover such as rubble, coral, or leaf litter. This species can reach a length of 10 centimetres.

  8. #758
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    Peixes pra Fazenda de Trutas


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    Nome Original:Trutas costeira ou salmonada
    Nome científico:Oncorhynchus clarkii clarkii

    Se estende ao sul da costa sul da península de Kenai em Alaska para o rio da enguia no norte da Califórnia. Trutas costeiras são residentes em afluentes e rios da bacia do Pacífico.Atinge no máximo 81 cm e se alimenta de zooplânctons e vegetais.

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    Nome Original:Trutas Lahontan
    Nome científico:Oncorhynchus clarkii henshawi

    É a maior espécie de trutas existente e também o maior peixe do estado de Nevada. É uma das três subespécies de trutas que são listados como ameaça federal,sendo bastante rara. é nativa das drenagens do rio Truckee, Rio Humboldt, Rio Carson, Walker Rio, Rio Quinn e vários rios menores na Grande Bacia da América do Norte.Esta espécie de truta tem entre 30 cm e 100 cm.ocasionalmente chega a atingir 150 ou 200 cm.Alimentam-se de espécies exóticas dos locais que vive,alguns tipos de plantas e zooplânctons.

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    Nome original:Truta Manchada do Rio Snake
    Nome científico:Oncorhynchus clarkii

    O peixe leva o nome comum de seu habitat original, do rio Snake do sul de Idaho e ocidental Wyoming.Eles são raramente encontrados e parecem ser incubatório híbridos,são consideradas criticamente em perigo em nível global,por isso são poucos os dados obtidos dela.Pode atingir até 33 polegadas(83 cm). Grasshoppers, minhocas, peixes e ovos são boas iscas naturais para tentar ao essa trutas,mscas artifciais,insetos aquáticos,outros tipos de articiais,enfmi,quase tudo.

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    Nome Original:Truta preto manchado ou truta vermelho-throated
    Nome Científico:Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi

    Esta é uma espécie de preocupação em seu habitat,que seria British Columbia, do Rio Missouri perto de Great Falls Montana,Rio Snake, sendo considerada ameaçada em sua escala nativa em Alberta.Mede geralmente entr 8 polegadas(20 cm) e 12 polegadas (30 cm),raramente passa das 18 polegadas (46 cm).Alimentam-se de principalmente em macroinvertebrados, particularmente imaturo e formas maduras de insetos aquáticos, insetos terrestres, e, em lagos, zooplâncton.

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    New Fish

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    Nome original:Cavala
    Nome científico:Acanthocybium solandri

    é um peixe escombrídeo conhecido pelos nomes comuns de cavala, cavala-da-índia, cavala-aipim, aimpim, guarapicu ou cavala-wahoo no Brasil, cavala-gigante em Moçambique,sendo uma espécie pelágica comum nas águas superficiais das regiões tropicais e subtropicais de todos os oceanos..Pode atingir 250 cm de comprimento e um peso de mais de 80 kg.A barracuda é muitas vezes confundida com cavala e wahoo, mas é fácil de distinguir as duas últimas espécies.Sua dieta é composta de outros peixes e lulas.

  10. #760
    Friend threads here should be made in English!

 

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