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1. Mullet roe products
(Matching tags: mullet roe,fish)
Mullet roe is an important product of Taiwan’s fishery industry. Women here are working with mullet roe so that it may be sent to market.  ...
2. Island Mambo- Ranzania laevis
(Matching tags: sunfish,Mambo,fish)
In the distance arises the song “Mambo, Mambo…” as the migratory fish in the epipelagic zone, such as tuna, bonito, mackerel, coryphaena hippurus, sailfish, and sunfish, ride over ...
3. Cheilinus undulatus Specimen
(Matching tags: Cheilinus undulatus,Napoleon Wrasse,Maori Wrasse,Humphead Wrasse,fish)
Cheilinus undulatus is also known as Napoleon Wrasse, Humphead Wrasse, or Maori Wrasse. It inhabits steep reef slopes, channel slopes, and reef lagoons 2-60 meters under water. Usually solitary, and occasionally ...
4. Varicorhinus alticorpus Specimen
(Matching tags: Varicorhinus alticorpus,Sharp-Jaw Barbel,Deep-Body Shovelnose Minnow,fish)
Varicorhinus alticorpus, also known as Deep-Body Shovelnose Minnow or Sharp-Jaw Barbel, is categorized as a primary division freshwater fish. It is found in the middle or up-streams with rocks and large, ...
5. Rhincodon typus Specimen
(Matching tags: Rhincodon typus,Whale Shark,fish)
Rhincodon typus, also known as Whale Shark, inhabits inshore, offshore, and at outer parts of temperate and tropical waters. It is inclined to cruise near the surface of the water. Usually swims alone, ...
6. Pseudanthias squamipinnis Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Pseudanthias squamipinnis,Scalefin Anthias,Sea Goldie,Lyretail Anthias,fish)
Pseudanthias squamipinnis, also known as Sea Goldie, Lyretail Anthias, or Scalefin Anthias, mainly inhabits lagoon patch reefs, channels, or outer reef slopes at water depth 0-55 meters. Usually found ...
7. Aulostomus chinensis Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Aulostomus chinensis,Painted Flute Mouth,Chinese Trumpetfish,fish)
Aulostomus chinensis, also known as Chinese Trumpetfish or Painted Flute Mouth, mainly inhabits reef areas. The fish usually dodges its enemies by hiding among reefs, algae, or sea whips in an upside-down ...
8. Gymnothorax favagineus Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Gymnothorax favagineus,Tesselate Eel,Laced Moray,Honeycomb Moray,fish)
Gymnothorax favagineus, also known as Tessalate Eel, Honeycomb Moray, or  Laced Moray mainly inhabits shallow reefs, caves, and cracks of reefs. It feeds on fish. The markings on the Moray Eel vary ...
9. Dascyllus reticulatus Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Two Stripe Humbug,Dascyllus reticulatus,Two Stripe Damselfish,fish)
Dascyllus reticulatus, also known as Two Strip Damselfish or Two Strip Humbug, mainly inhabits outer lagoons and seaward reefs. It usually lives in branching coral heads, while also forming schools in ...
10. Novaculichthys taeniourus Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Olive-scribbled Wrasse,Novaculichthys taeniourus,Rockmover Wrasse,Dragon Wrasse,fish)
Novaculichthys taeniourus is also known as Dragon Wrasse, Rockmover Wrasse, or Olive-scribbled Wrasse. Mainly inhabits semi-exposed reef flats with gentle currents, areas mixed with debris and gravel, ...
11. Balistoides conspicillum Nature Photo
(Matching tags: Big-spotted Trigger Fish,Balistoides conspicillum,Clown Triggerfish,fish)
Balistoides conspicillum, also known as Clown Triggerfish or Big-spotted Trigger Fish, mainly inhabits deep coral reef lagoons and seaward reef areas. They are usually found 50 meters under water. They ...
12. The Geisha Among Fish – Xyrichtys Geisha
(Matching tags: Xyrichtys geisha,fish)
In 1986, two Japanese ichthyologists, Araga and Yoshino, described a new species of Xyrichtys—Xyrichtys geisha. The fish was so named based on one striking feature: its black and red coloration. ...
Taiwan is surrounded by oceans. The effects of cold currents in the coastline of Mainland China, warm currents, Japan current, and monsoon have made Taiwan an appropriate habitat for fish, shrimps, and ...
14. Biographies of Spearfish in Taiwan
(Matching tags: spearfish,fish)
Documentation done by Danshuitin was published in 1871. “The spearfish is black overall with back fins that look like flags. The sharp thorn on the fish head is two or three feet long. The biggest ...