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Pictures Jani Hakkarainen Obliviscor piscis (Zwoonzel)

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year taken :2016
country :Singapore
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Obliviscor piscis(fb)

© Jani Hakkarainen
06-04-2016 22:26:20
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07-04-2016 14:13:07
Ton Nientied says : scorpaenopsis venosa
07-04-2016 14:13:18
Ton Nientied says : scorpaenopsis venosa

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Obliviscor piscis(fb)

© Jani Hakkarainen
08-04-2014 22:40:45
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08-04-2014 22:51:58
Jani Hakkarainen says : Nile tilapia???
10-04-2016 18:08:23
Theo Modder says : Which country did you catch this one Jani ?
10-04-2016 22:31:20
Jani Hakkarainen says : This one was from Thailand couple of years ago. From the Khao Laem reservoir. Tilapias are so damn tricky....
09-06-2016 07:07:49
Andreas Olof Fredrik Schild says : Pomacentrus brachialis perhaps
21-07-2018 14:15:56
Theo Modder says : No, it‘s not a damsel, besides they are saltwater fish, I‘m pretty sure a tilapia of some kind.
Best guess : oreochromis aureus, but with this color it could also be a color mutation, or a hybrid.

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© Jani Hakkarainen
10-12-2012 22:06:07
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11-12-2012 23:39:23
Jani Hakkarainen says : From Costa del Sol, Spain.
25-12-2012 20:14:36
Frank Habets says : Breeding blenny males are extreme difficult to identify unfortunately...
05-01-2013 23:53:27
Remko Verspui says : This isn‘t necessarily a breeding colour.
Given the previous catches of Parablennius pilicorni on the same location and the strong similarity in shape, I actually think this is just another variation of that species.
P. pilicorni is actually know for its large variation in colour and dark to almost black, unpatterned individuals have also been described.
14-01-2013 22:02:08
Ton Nientied says : I can confirm this is a parablennius pilicornis. In my book “Peces de mar de la Península Ibérica“ (Seafishes from Spain) on page 262 it shows a photo of this specie in exactly the same colour as the fish of your photo. Apart from the Latin name the book gives the Spanish name (moma) and the French name (blennie de Vanderveken).





 
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