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Pez Remo Gigante (Regalecus glesne)

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dshakey96

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Mayo 21, 2021 07:22 PM EDT

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Salmones Y Truchas del Pacífico (Género Oncorhynchus)

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j_clayton

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Octubre 2021

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wasatch_hunter

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Julio 2021

Lugar

Utah, US (Google, OSM)

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ray163

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Junio 4, 2021 06:05 PM UTC

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Salmon Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)

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alicecarol

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Noviembre 27, 2021 02:53 AM UTC

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Salmon Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)

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beetlemania8

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Octubre 16, 2021 03:30 PM EDT

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Mojarras (Género Lepomis)

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michiszed

Fecha

Enero 26, 2020 08:56 AM CST

Descripción

Hybrid redspotted/redear is my guess

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gab-e

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Junio 15, 2021 07:25 PM EDT

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Trucha de Arroyo (Salvelinus fontinalis)

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john2955

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2021 04:37 PM MDT

Descripción

Alive

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Dorado (Coryphaena hippurus)

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jameslafo

Fecha

Septiembre 25, 2021 02:10 PM EDT

Descripción

Two separate specimens caught on hook and line

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Mojarra Gigante (Lepomis megalotis)

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nloveland

Fecha

Septiembre 21, 2021 09:56 AM CDT

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koaw

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2021 06:59 PM EDT

Descripción

9.7 cm TL. I believe I finally found one: Lepomis gibbosus x Lepomis auritus (pumpkinseed x redbreast sunfish.)

Lepomids in drainage: Pumpkinseed, redbreast, warmouth, green, bluegill and redear.

The solid red patch on the ear flap and somewhat pointy pectoral fin must be explained by a redear or pumpkinseed.

The dark mottling pattern in the median fins, especially the dorsal fins, is only explained by a pumpkinseed or warmouth.

Pumpkinseed makes further sense with the orange/brown spot pattern on the body and the faded blue streaking on the head (photo #5); that head streaking is also only explained by a pumpkinseed. It’s safe to assume a pumpkinseed is one of the parent species.

The moderately-sized mouth must be explained by the redbreast, green or warmouth. A warmouth cannot be the parent as the orange rays of the median fins are not explained by the pumpkinseed parent and are not explained by a warmouth. And no other warmouth features appear on this specimen.

It’s more difficult to eliminate a green or a redbreast from possibility. The opercular flap’s size and coloration appears with little intermediacy, mostly resembling the pumpkinseed in this area even with the lack of white edging on the top margin. The length of the opercular flap isn’t a significant tell as many redbreast of this size don’t yet show lengthy flaps.

The length of the pectoral fin almost extends to the anterior margin of the eye. Assuming even intermediacy, this is better explained by a redbreast parent than a green. Likewise, the maxilla of the jaw structure only extends just past the anterior margin of the eye—better explained by even intermediacy with a redbreast than a green.

Three features on this specimen common to the redbreast of this area: 1. The dark line of blotching on the proximal portion of the 2d dorsal fin (photo #2.) 2. The two clean blue lines extending into each margin of the opercular flap (photo #7.) 3. The specks of blue iridescence popping up in the anal fin rays (photo #3), though this occurs in pumpkinseed as well.

Finally, with most all green x pumpkinseed hybrids the lateral pattern is much different. In this specimen, the orderly orange/brown spotting along the body seems ideal for a pumpkinseed x redbreast, both of which express orange/brown spotting along the body. Also what is quite common on any green hybrid is more opaque white seen on the margins of the median fins and pelvic fins; here we have mostly clear margins (photo #4), expressed by both pumpkinseed and redbreast. The gill rakers (photo #6) appear very redbreast-like, perhaps a bit shorter, which makes sense with a pumpkinseed parent.

Caught in a turbid creek in a shallow pool. Released after photos.

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Mojarras (Género Lepomis)

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rchoover

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Septiembre 18, 2021 10:50 AM CDT

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Carpa Común Europea (Cyprinus carpio)

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jorbogmont

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Septiembre 17, 2021 11:26 AM EDT

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Esox niger

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mteveland

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Septiembre 14, 2021 05:09 PM EDT

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Mojarras (Género Lepomis)

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a_blount
Ray-finned Fishes

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Peces con Aletas Radiadas (Clase Actinopterygii)

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matt-moore

Fecha

Abril 2021

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Mojarra Gigante (Lepomis megalotis)

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ray163

Fecha

Agosto 27, 2021 04:27 PM UTC

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Mojarras (Género Lepomis)

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tjmoon11

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Agosto 28, 2021 08:09 AM EDT

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Mojarras (Género Lepomis)

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bigperchtx

Fecha

Junio 19, 2019 01:35 PM CDT

Lugar

Bull Salas (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Caught while fishing with Flamming Arrow Cub Scout Twi-Light Camp.
AV "Bull" Sellas Park

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Carpa Herbívora (Ctenopharyngodon idella)

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aanjaneyac

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Junio 13, 2021 07:40 PM CDT

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Lucios (Género Esox)

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ncangling

Fecha

Mayo 2021

Descripción

Hybrid Chain x Redfin

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bjones13

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Mayo 2019

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jasonrl

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Abril 10, 2021 01:09 PM CDT

Descripción

Ohio River. Note the tooth patches which can be a helpful ID clue.

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Baboso Mucoso (Liparis mucosus)

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garmonb0zia

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Marzo 9, 2021 04:06 PM PST

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ryangrow

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Julio 2017

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sfrosch

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Octubre 6, 2020 03:45 PM EDT