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Alexander Kotrschal Jul 2
A pretty new book on Welfare of Fish 🐟😍🐟, lots of interesting chapters by legends, and others. I even did a chapter with my dad on fish brains 🐠🧠🐟
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Hannah Russ Jul 2
Tweeps! Meet Bernard. Bernard the gurnard πŸ˜€ Opercular bone of Eutrigla gurnardus πŸ’–πŸŸ
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Hannah Russ 22h
! I am looking for an image of a conger eel (Conger conger) branchiostegal ray to confirm an ID πŸ˜ƒπŸ¦΄πŸŸ Can anyone help?
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Sebastian Kraft Jun 30
Replying to @trackingsharks
The homocercal tail and the fins' placement on the body make me think of a bony fish rather than a shark. The tail also looks to be split in the way finned fins tend to break... Either way, this bird is disrespectful to 😩
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John Cannaday Jun 30
Field Assistant notified me of her newest backyard find, a Stag Beetle. She was very excited about her find until she found out her ears fit perfectly in the specimens mandibles. After this encounter she says she is
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Justin Waraniak 🐸🧬 15h
Alright , I'm co-instructing with my advisor this fall semester, so I get to design the syllabus! What are some of your favorite lessons you've had/taught (especially if it can be done online)?
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Matt 🌊 Jun 26
Ebi and Amaebi are more than four years old, they like doing , and 🦐🦐 "Atyopsis moluccensis live up to two years..." hmm nooo 🀭
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πŸ†Joshua DrewπŸ† Jun 26
Shots fired in my textbook
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Veronica Radice Jun 30
Spot the moray! Anyone else ever find a moray eel in their photo quadrat?!
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KaiTheFishGuy 20h
Celebrating a new paper with ! say something sassy come on cretino. 🀠
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Laura Stein 16h
Excellent work on evolution of physiological adaptations to extreme environments (in a pretty cool system, too!)
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Ramon Nagesan Jul 1
This is Typhlachirus caecus & it generated a lot of discussion from on Monday when I posted a picture of it. I learned a lot about this species from the people who commented, and I'd like to share what I learned.
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KaiTheFishGuy 18h
Come . You like nice photos? You like GREAT stories? You like adventure? Follow and check out his amazing blog. DO YOU REALLY WANT TO DISAPPOINT ME? I have good taste you can trust me.
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John P. Friel, Ph.D. Jun 25
I don't know who he is or where this amazing carving was done, but I'm fairly certain this dude is 100% .
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prehistoric Fishmom Jun 27
As someone who drew and cut siluettes of most bird families, I can definately see the appeal of , however, as someone who is about to draw and cut out over 300 different fish siluettes im still Jewels in water vs jewels in the air. i dont fight.
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Jen 6h
Replying to @jenelaina
Also after Fish/Snake Adventure we're now committed to teaching the 6 year old to fish. (She was trying to catch with a sand shovel and bucket... She's also the one who reads to the fish in the tank at the library. 😊) Out of our wheelhouse, so advice appreciated!
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Acoustic Tracking Array Platform 18h
Let's talk STUNNING STEENIES 🐟 A lot of the work researchers have done is on estuarine species. This we want to highlight the work being done on the endemic white steenbras.
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Andrew A. David Jul 1
....and he'll be giving a webinar at this Fall! Super-excited about it.
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Chris Harrod Jul 2
US people. Who are the people working on American eel demographics/population structure? I'm looking for some really good reviewers for a paper I'm handling...
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Denise Colombano, PhD Jul 2
Replying to @WhySharksMatter
Thank you! Everyone on is trying to pretend like this is a big W for birds but really it's a true testament to how tasty is! Nommity nom
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