Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby Jim Powers » Sat Aug 27, 2011 3:59 pm

Thanks again, odyssey!
I love the pics of trout and char!!! :D
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby odyssey » Fri Nov 04, 2011 11:34 am

Hi everyone!
I took a picture underwater in many rivers during summer.
I got extremely many pictures and videos, but there are too many files and I cannot yet arrange them.
For now, I introduce pictures of Rhinogobius.

Rhinogobius flumineus
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Rhinogobius fluviatilis
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Rhinogobius sp. CO
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Rhinogobius sp. CB
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby Jim Powers » Fri Nov 04, 2011 2:37 pm

As always, great pics!!! :D
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby palaeodave » Sun Nov 06, 2011 7:06 pm

Fantastic! That's a beautifully clear stream.
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby Azur » Thu Nov 10, 2011 4:13 am

Beautiful photos! :D
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby zenins » Sat Nov 12, 2011 12:06 am

Fabulous colour on those loaches :D

Thanks for sharing
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby ClownLoachSharky » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:45 am

Where in Japan are those loaches from? they are cool
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby odyssey » Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:29 am

Hi everyone!
I introduce the state of the Japanese river after a long absence.

Hemibarbus barbus
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Hemibarbus longirostris
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Pseudogobio esocinus
http://youtu.be/HvlxCdWZZJc
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Zacco platypus
http://youtu.be/5nJMx5XTnvI
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Phoxinus oxycephalus jouyi
http://youtu.be/4wY5qzK-I6M
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Nipponocypris temminckii
http://youtu.be/ZxPg2xwi06k
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Nipponocypris temminckii, Phoxinus oxycephalus jouyi
http://youtu.be/GEhgWBoaunM
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Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae
http://youtu.be/6-UOAd5BRUY
http://youtu.be/E6Hvb2HUniA
http://youtu.be/s32Baj11z9c
http://youtu.be/gaZptYSl2hk
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Salvelinus leucomaenis pluvius, Oncorhynchus masou masou
http://youtu.be/NwTQUQ602qE
http://youtu.be/-0TFTXXFK30
http://youtu.be/omKLNPpvNm4
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Tribolodon hakonensis, Salvelinus leucomaenis pluvius, Nipponocypris temminckii,Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae, Plecoglossus altivelis altivelis
http://youtu.be/seEl-D7xnsA
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Cobitis sp. BIWAE type C
http://youtu.be/3iNRZqQfPjc
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Phoxinus oxycephalus jouyi, Cobitis sp. BIWAE type C
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Niwaella delicata
http://youtu.be/VjVZOAPp61Y
http://youtu.be/xqxxmNMhFCU
http://youtu.be/XdRL_hT6wT0
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Niwaella delicata, Rinogobius flumineus
http://youtu.be/wMpQM2x9g2E
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Rinogobius flumineus
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Cottus pollux
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Cottus pollux, Rinogobius flumineus
http://youtu.be/wMpQM2x9g2E
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Plecoglossus altivelis altivelis
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Tribolodon hakonensis, Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae
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Tanakia limbata
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Tanakia lanceolata, Nipponocypris temminckii
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby zenins » Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:41 pm

Wow !

Thanks for the update

Lots of nice cyprinids and others there :)
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby plaalye » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:32 pm

Wonderful odyssey! Are you still shooting with the S95? Some of the rhinogobius look thin? Love the Oncorhynchus, time to break out the fly rod!
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby Lil'Gills » Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:04 pm

I've just been through this whole thread - these images are amazing. I'm ready to come and visit! Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful creatures with us!
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby odyssey » Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:45 am

Hi zenins plaalye Lil'Gills, Thanks for coment.

Hi plaalye.
The digital camera which I use now is S100 of Canon.

Barbatula barbatula
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Cottus nozawae
http://youtu.be/amuMcVpDUpU
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Salvelinus leucomaenis leucomaenis
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Salvelinus malma
http://youtu.be/62ICB8pCFgo
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Salvelinus malma,Oncorhynchus masou
http://youtu.be/wugUnx1cSYQ
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Salvelinus malma mitabei
http://youtu.be/ibAbh-Pv0Ug
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Salvelinus malma mitabei,Oncorhynchus masou
http://youtu.be/l6L32B5FKBc
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Oncorhynchus masou,Salvelinus leucomaenis leucomaenis
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Oncorhynchus masou
http://youtu.be/9iXx2ZEZiUk
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Oncorhynchus keta,Salvelinus leucomaenis leucomaenis
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Oncorhynchus keta
http://youtu.be/C0stqj4pxVI
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Pacifastacus leniusculus trowbridgii
http://youtu.be/TUzdJw9_Qe8
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby starsplitter7 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:41 pm

Odyssey,

Once again thank you so much for posting such amazing fish. I love your pictures, the fish. Thank you for spending the time to do this. I am so happy to see fish, I may never see.

Could you do me a big favor if you have time when you post next? Could you tell us where the pictures are taken river, tank, . . . (name of river, what country, state), could you tell us how deep the water is? And show us a picture outside the water if you are in the wild, so we can see what the river looks like? What is the temp in the water? When you name the fish, could give a common genus name like cichlid, guppy, goby, loach, just so I know what it is (if you know what it is) and could you tell us how big some of these fish are? Some look like they would be really small, but some look like they would be big. I am just curious. I don't mean for every picture (I know it is a lot of work), but for a few.

For example Barbatula barbatula (loach, Japan, 4") I am just making it up.

But I did look the fish up. I thought it might be a loach, but I have never heard of it before, and I was amazed they are in Europe and in Japan. Wonder if it is natural or introduced. I could never keep it since the only way to get my water cold enough is to put icecubes in it. :)

I also look forward to more of your travel and cultural photos. :) Thank you so much for sharing with us, Tanja.
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby starsplitter7 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:44 pm

Oh, I forgot to mention -- I love the crawdads! What wonderful creatures. And those are really beautiful.
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Re: Freshwater fishes in Japan(4)

Postby plaalye » Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:11 pm

Interesting that you also have Oncorhynchus keta there. Great shots! We call them Chum Salmon. They're running in the rivers here and I've been catching a few lately. Hard fighters!
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