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Can someone identify this FISH?

Discussion in 'Name that Critter' started by gpulsar, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. Ayisha

    Ayisha DIR Practitioner

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    OMG, if Dr Bill doesn't know, that's a stumper... What do you think, Dr Bill? Is it some sort of Jack?
     
  2. Chugwhump

    Chugwhump Loggerhead Turtle

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    Arghh!
    Jaguar Shark!!
    (That was really uncalled for....but I hope everyone got a laugh)
    I have no idea, but it sure looks interesting.
    Chug
     
  3. Scott L

    Scott L Solo Diver

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    That nose looks Dolphin like to me.
     
  4. overkillphil

    overkillphil Solo Diver

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    +1 on the Jack Crevalle
    Check this picture out
    [​IMG]
     
  5. Protist

    Protist Divemaster Candidate

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    .Perhaps a type of Tropical Robin fish?
    :coffee:
     
  6. Wookie

    Wookie Secret Field Agent ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

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    No, it's a Jack, probably a black jack or jack cravalle.
     
  7. Scott L

    Scott L Solo Diver

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    Yeah, that may even be the same fish. :D
     
  8. Walter

    Walter Instructor, Scuba

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    It's impossible to ID from such a poor photo. Speculation is useless.
     
  9. TwoBitTxn

    TwoBitTxn Instructor, Scuba

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    I agree with it being a Jack.
     
  10. gpulsar

    gpulsar Angel Fish

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    I wish I had taken a better photo.....thanks for all your inputs...but sound like no one is sure...I have looked up the suggestions, but I still have my doubts
     

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