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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the fish collections on campus with Tristan Blechinger '22 @UMNFWCB. Zoological collections are primarily used for teaching and research. Want to see specimens up close in-person? Visit the @BellMuseum to see collections on display!
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The δ15N isotope accumulates going up the food chain. Peterson et al. (2022) showed that small remoras associated sharks have more δ15N than you'd expect for a little fish. Why? Watch this remora scavenge flesh from a Bonito, which was a shark's snack but > 2x the remora's size.
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And just like that a polka-dot batfish waddles it’s way into the CCC Catalog of Fishes as #191! How soon until we hit 200?? #polkadotbatfish #batfish #coralcitycameracatalogoffishes #ogcocephalus #coral #coralcitycamera #miami #portmiami #miamibeach #biscaynebay #coralcity
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Latest creature from #TheLastOfUsHBO? Nope, that’s the skull of an African Spadefish! bibliogram.fdn.fr/p/Cn4dWPYqvwU/… 📸monster_fish_taxidermy
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Also 2nd paper of the year led by former student Bill Ludt and @LSU colleague @brantfaircloth A reference genome for Bluegill (Centrarchidae: Lepomis macrochirus) watermark.silverchair.com/jk…
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First paper for 2023. Led by Diego Elias and with several other former lab members. Phylogenomics of trans-Andean tetras of the genus Hyphessobrycon Durbin 1908 (Stethaprioninae: Characidae) and colonization patterns of Middle America journals.plos.org/plosone/ar…
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At 35 weeks, my baby is the size of an American Shad 🇺🇸 or a George Foreman grill 😂. Only 5 more weeks left in my #FreshwaterFishPregnancyTracker and #pregnancy! It’s getting real people! Any good fish onesie recommendations for little man?
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Eel smuggling is a major problem today. But it's not new! In 1463, London city officials arrested 9 Zeeland merchants who tried to slip 97 barrels of salted eels past customs at Billingsgate. They wanted to avoid import fees, but wound up facing a £40 fine.
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Inspired by the similarly colored fluid in the coelacanth tank on exhibit @MCZHarvard @HarvardMuseum.
Late Christmas gift arrived from Japan...the Tealacanth
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#DYK? The mandarinfish is one of the only species that can produce its own true blue coloring. But, this striking hue is actually a warning! Predators unable to "read the room” discover that this fish produces a smelly, foul-tasting toxic mucus that makes it taste unappetizing.
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A new study of #longevity in rockfish, which includes some species that live more than 200 years, identifies a set of genes controlling their aging process that has led to a group of genes associated with extended #lifespan in humans. harvardmagazine.com/2023/01/…
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Two very strange undescribed Lebanese fossil fishes; the larger of the two is from Hakel and the other from Hajula (Cenomanian). I had illustrated the smaller fish earlier, referencing a fossil figured in Gayet et al. (2012) but I recently found an image of the larger one online.
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The three phases of the very strange endemic Parrotfish here, Sparisoma strigatum! It’s closely related to the Mediterranean Sparisoma cretense, and you can see why in these photos I took yesterday:
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Sternarchella duccis 👻⚡️ 🐠 is a voracious predator in the Amazon basin🌎In🇧🇷deepwater rivers they feed mostly on tails of other electric fishes ⚡️🐡🐠🐟 @AgenciaFAPESP @NMNH #TapajosExpedition #Biodiversity #RainForest
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