[Coral-List] Help with fish ID

Mark J A Vermeij vermeij at hawaii.edu
Mon May 31 14:21:25 EDT 2010

Dear all

On the evening of May 30th a fish was caught by local fishermen at a  depth of approximately 100 meters. At present no one has any idea what  species this fish might be. A picture is shown at our website 


All who know  what species this fish is are invited to send an email to     <!--  var prefix = '&#109;a' + 'i&#108;' + '&#116;o';  var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '=';  var addy24774 = 'm.v&#101;rm&#101;&#105;j' + '&#64;';  addy24774 = addy24774 + 'c&#97;rm&#97;b&#105;' + '&#46;' + '&#111;rg';  document.write( '<a ' + path + '\'' + prefix + ':' + addy24774 + '\'>' );  document.write( addy24774 );  document.write( '<\/a>' );  //-->\n m.vermeij at carmabi.org    <!--  document.write( '<span style=\'display: none;\'>' );  //-->  This e-mail address is being  protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    <!--  document.write( '</' );  document.write( 'span>' );  //-->   with the supposed species name so the information can  be shared with the local fishing community.
 Thanks in advance.


Dr. M.J.A. Vermeij
Science Director
Carmabi Foundation
Piscaderabaai z/n
Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles
Phone: +5999-5103067
Email: m.vermeij at carmabi.org
Skype: markvermeij

Department of Botany
University of Hawaii at Manoa
email: vermeij at hawaii.edu

Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics  IBED 
University of Amsterdam
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