Sunday, March 15, 2009

Common fresh water fishes (continued)

17 comments:

  1. please insert details about nadan mushi(not african)

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  2. please insert details about nadan mushi(not african).IF U DONT HAVE A PIC LET ME UPLOAD THAT FOR U

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  3. Nice site...thanks a lot for such a load of information..keep going

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  4. Great site. It will be great to add details of
    other smaller fishes found in waterbodies
    accross Kerala. Including details of habitat.
    Goodluck.

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  5. good... i liked it very much.... more informative... thank u.....

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  6. Channa orientalis is endemic to Srilanka and it has not been recorded in Kerala.
    The one you are mentioning is Channa gachua. Both look similar, but orientalis does not have a pelvic fin.

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  7. there is a load of things u can do.... interesting things here .. but very little ... go ahead .... best wishes

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  8. Great blog .
    Very informative.
    As mentioned in earlier comments please add more fishes in your list.

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  9. Nice blog !
    Was looking for info on what is commonly known as Kuyyavaaly- a small eel like fish that appears after the first rains

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  10. Please sir insert some details about the fish called- Manattu Kanni (Common malayalam name)

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  11. PALON, ATTU KONCHU (LOBSTER), KUYIL, PANA VAKA (THE BIGGEST IN ALL FISH), VAKA, PATTIPPALLAN, THOOLI, KANDLA, KOLUVA(KOLAN), KOZHUVA ....... A LOT OF FISH FROM PERIYAR ARE FORGOTTEN

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  12. I picked every each of fishes. But I like to catch manja koori

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  13. please enter the details of koozhavali from ashtamudi lake. idont know english name please

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  14. anybody know about koozaval?

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  15. Can somebody share details/pictures of these fishes: കല്ലുമ്മക്കാരി,മനഞ്ഞില്‍, ആരല്‍ ?

    Found these names in this article: http://www.madhyamam.com/travel/travelogue/nature/2016/jan/03/169373

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