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Thread: Need A Positive I.D. On New Species

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow View Post
    Squawfish, obviously.
    FRILLED squawfish

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    looks like something that came out of the springfield lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by City Dad View Post
    FRILLED squawfish
    I dunno, looks more like a STRIPED frilled squawfish.

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    Hey Dan,
    Good to see you getting on some fish.
    It's been a while and I hope all is well with you and Rhonda.

    Robert
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    Cool! First glance I thought it could be a relative of a Sculpin because of the head, fins and pattern. Since there is no positive ID on this fish even from professionals, does that mean it's officially a new species that you can name since you're the first to introduce it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny_562 View Post
    Cool! First glance I thought it could be a relative of a Sculpin because of the head, fins and pattern. Since there is no positive ID on this fish even from professionals, does that mean it's officially a new species that you can name since you're the first to introduce it?
    No, because it was positively identified twice on page one :\

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