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Pictures Michael Lee Berg Ancistrus cirrhosus (Jumbie teta )

Ancistrus cirrhosus (fb) © Michael Lee Berg
13-12-2016 08:10:02
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year taken :2016
country :USA
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replies (4)
15-12-2016 15:18:01
Theo Modder says : Wierd fish !
Did you catch all these fish in the USA ?
15-12-2016 16:54:16
Michael Lee Berg says : Yes, Florida is full of fish that escaped from fish farms or were released because they were no longer wanted. This happens in Indiana too but most die in the winter. A couple of years ago someone caught a redtail catfish in the Indiana waters of Lake Michigan, many other species have been caught over the years too.
16-12-2016 17:21:10
Ben Cantrell says : Wow, who knew all these species were established in FL. So many new ones!
16-12-2016 18:55:40
Michael Lee Berg says : I don‘t think I would go as far as saying established, but all these species except one were caught or sampled multiple times in FL. According to the Florida DNR and USGS.
I would say, you never know what you might catch in FL.

# name spcs
1 175
2 144
3 131
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all times:
# name spcs
1 784
2 705
3 624
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unique species:
# name spcs
1 114
2 81
3 79
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caught on fly:
# name spcs
1 117
2 111
3 108
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305 registered species hunters.
3202  species.
26 non recognized species.
20 hybrids.
416  fly caught.
631 species on target lists.
177 pictures of zwoonzels.