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Sealark Species Hunt 2020

Discussion in 'Species Hunt 2020' started by Sealark, Jan 4, 2020.

  1. Sealark

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    20. Goldsinny Wrasse

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  2. Sealark

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    21. Sand Smelt

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    Took me ages to get a Goldsinny last year. Nice bump up for your tally.
     
  4. Sealark

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    22. Tope

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    23. Greater Sandeel

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    24. Common Blenny

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    25. Starry Smoothhound

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    26. Scad

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    27. Black Bream

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  10. Sealark

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    28. Small-Eyed Ray

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    29. Spotted Ray

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  12. Sealark

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    30. Poor Cod

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  13. Dave Thornton

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    Well done so far.
    There is only one species of Smooth hound in British waters.
    No common smooth hound have ever been recorded.
     
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    Isn’t it weird then that the record list shows two species?
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  15. Sealark

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    Yes, I'm a bit confused! I believe that the AT still consider them to be two separate species (please correct me if I'm wrong). I'll leave it as it is and let Nick be the ultimate arbiter.
     
  16. Dave Thornton

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    There was a case study where 10s of thousands of tissue samples were genetically tested and not one Common was found in UK waters.
    I am sure it was posted somewhere on here at the beginning of the year.
     
  17. Sealark

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    Just read Dr Peter Henderson's piece about it and agree that there is probably just the one species.
     
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  18. Sealark

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    31. Red Gurnard

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    Your 'herring' is even better, its a pilchard. Notice the very large scales, round body profile, and lines on the gill cover. :thumbsup:
     

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