Rio de la Vega, Tarifa, Spain.

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Graeme Robson
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Post by Graeme Robson » Sun Aug 24, 2008 7:05 am

Excellent work Matt!! 8)

Superb pictures!
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Post by mistergreen » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:19 am

Check online for native fish in your area... Where I live we have it all online, game fish and all species.

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Post by Matt » Sun Aug 24, 2008 11:42 am

Thanks Graeme! :D Mistergreen I can find lists of species names but most have no images to go with them. Hoping someone here can help with the ids. Helen glad you enjoyed the link. :wink:

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Post by Mad Duff » Tue Aug 26, 2008 10:59 am

Great pictures Matt :D

As far as the Cobitis goes I would lean towards C. palidica as it has the two black spots at the base of the caudal as does C. vettonica which is difficult to distinguish from C. paludica.

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This could be Iberochondrostoma lemmingii - very similar mouth shape

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This could be Atherina boyeri, permanent freshwater populations have been reported in the same areas as the cobitis and Iberochondrostoma
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Pardon my honesty - I am a Northerner

14 loach species bred, which will be next?

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