10888) and 2008 survey (Ref. 50320, 13446, 81829), reported from Kalinawan River (Ref. 43281. 280. Introduced to Lake Mainit, Mindanao (Ref. 4867, 50320, 13446, 81829); Lake Lanao, Lanao del Sur (Ref. Museum specimens collected in 1983-4 from various localities, LRS-83111 (Ref. Found in slow streams, ditches, ponds, and lakes, but not in the mountains (Ref. Specimens were collected from Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 13446). Also known from San Vicente, N. Luzon (Ref. 81207), collected from the lake in Laurel, Batangas as a living specimen (Ref. 393, 2109. Known from Palawan (Ref. The use of these assessment scales has advantages and is recommended to update and improve Philippine laws. An, Fourfinger threadfin (English), Mamale (Tagalog), Pugao (Banton), Buka-dulce (Bikol), Bungot (Bikol), Hugao (Bikol), Kugao (Bikol), Tigi' (Bikol), Banakon (Cebuano), Boka dulse (Chavacano), Tigi (Davawenyo), Kugaw (Hiligaynon), Tabarara (Ilokano), Hugau (Kuyunon), Bukadolse (Magindanaon), Kagau (Pangasinan), Bikau (Tagalog), Mamali (Tagalog), Kugaw (Waray-waray), Mamale (Waray-waray). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Also Ref. Also reported from Magat River and its tributaries, north of Santa Fe (Ref. The text describes how these characteristics help the fish to live successfully in its own particular habitat.CHAPTER 2: Visual Key to FamiliesThe second chapter contains a visual key designed to aid identification of an individual fish to family level. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 13448). Reported from Laguna de Bay (Ref. 7223). 109918). 7223). Introduced in Trinidad River, Mountain Province (Ref. Also Ref. 2858). Dwarf freshwater goby (English), Dolong (Tagalog). Type locality, Zamboanga, Mindanao (Ref. 2 Recreational fiin identification ide Throughout this guide you will see all or some of the marine bioregion symbols with each fish illustration, indicating where the species is most likely to occur. Also Ref. Banahaw Protected Landscape o Taal Volcano National Park o Mt. Used for research (Ref. Province and Balete, Nueva Vizcaya (Ref. Recorded from Luzon lakes and ponds. 12165, 13446). Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84127 (Ref. British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading 40966). Barabac Creek, CAS 50719. Still present in a 1982 survey (Ref. Ines, Rizal and Banaban R., Angat, Bulacan, Philippines. 56084, 80824) and from FAC, Munoz Nueva Ecija as specimen for living fish museum. 1739, 1998, 6346. In Hagonoy, Bulacan, local farmers attribute the decrease in harvest of more valuable fishes with the appearance of the species, claiming that the fish preys on the milkfish, other tilapia (, Kikiro (Agutaynen), Kikilo (Banton), Kikiro (Bikol), Kitong (Cebuano), Kitang (Chavacano), Kikero (Davawenyo), Spotted scat (English), Kikiro (Hiligaynon), Pingaw (Ilokano), Kero kero (Kagayanen), Pingo (Kapampangan), Kitang (Kuyunon), Pingaw (Pangasinan), Kikiro (Tagalog), Kikilo (Visayan), Kikiro (Waray-waray), Bayang (Bikol), Kitang (Bikol), Kikilo (Cebuano), Lanbia (Davawenyo), Spadefish (English), Kikilo (Hiligaynon), Quequero (Hiligaynon), Tikero (Hiligaynon), Kapiged (Ilokano), Malaga (Ilokano), Kikiro (Kuyunon), Kitang (Tagalog), Samaral (Tagalog), Akikiro (Visayan), Kikiro (Visayan), Lankia (Visayan), Ngi-ni-ngisi (Visayan), Ngisi-ngisi (Visayan). : Fish Assemblages in Tayabas River, Philippines Vol. 12768). 7223). 280). 280, 13446) and Lake Lanao (Ref. 12768). 26129). 40966). No specimen was caught during the 1994 expedition (Ref. Outside distributional range, occurrence needs further confirmation. Shortfin eel (English), Igat (Tagalog), Almang (Agutaynen), Casili (Cebuano), Kasili (Cebuano), Kasili (Davawenyo), Kibo (Ibanag), Ubod-ubod (Kagayanen), Endong (Kuyunon), Kasili (Waray-waray). 280, 13446, 70969, 94476. 6802. Museum: Western Calatagan, Batangas, UPZM 5386. 20.70 cm SL male/unsexed ;17.50 cm SL female. 280), Lake Taal, 1995 survey (Ref. 2929). BMNH 1933.3.11.583-592. 104756), Lake Taal (Ref. Caught with hook and line and used for food (Ref. Used in the aquarium trade (Ref. Known from Lagu Lagu creek and Layog River at Balinsasayao, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Also reported from Wayan Creek, a creek at Langbuan, and Pangauron River, Port Caltom, Busuanga (Ref. Known from brooks around Mt. 2854). Greenback mullet (English), Aligasin (Tagalog), Balanak (Agutaynen), Balanak (Bikol), Balanak (Cebuano), Banak (Cebuano), Gisaw (Cebuano), Banak (Chavacano), Lisas (Chavacano), Gisaw (Davawenyo), Thick-zipped mullet (English), Balanak (Hiligaynon), Gisaw (Hiligaynon), Lul-luran (Ilokano), Balanak (Kagayanen), Banak (Kuyunon), Balanak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Banak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Banak (Tagalog), Talilong (Tagalog), Balanak (Waray-waray), Tabili-on (Waray-waray), Ugapang (Waray-waray). Described from specimens, 6.8 - 10.9 cm, collected from Langbuan, Busuanga, in September 1922. 280). Some voucher specimens were deposited in the fish collection at University of the Philippines Los Baños Museum of Natural History, Philippines. 13460). Tulis (Bikol), Tamban (Cebuano), Tamban (Chavacano), Tamban (Davawenyo), Rainbow sardine (English), Balantiong (Hiligaynon), Tulis (Ilokano), Balantyong (Kagayanen), Kasig (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Tulis (Pangasinan), Tamban (Surigaonon), Tamban (Tagalog), Balatiyong (Visayan), Hilos-hilos (Waray-waray), Alabaybay (Bikol), Balantyong (Cebuano), Tunsoy (Cebuano), Tamban Hilos (Davawenyo), Bud-bud (Hiligaynon), Balid-bid (Ilokano), Tulis (Tagalog), Tunsoy (Tagalog). Also Ref. Specimens were collected in 1993 from Calbiga-a creek, Lagu Lagu creek, Ambacan River at Makinhas and Butigan, and a small creek in Guadalupe, Leyte in 1993 and also from Inuntan, Basey River, Samar (Ref. 40966). Also Ref. 03.01 Fish, fresh (live or dead), chilled or frozen: A. Reported from Taal Lake (Ref. Specimens were collected from Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Reported from San Miguel Bay (Ref. Recorded from Luzon. NAMING OF PHILIPPINE FISH Filipino fish names can get confusing very quickly. 4867, 50320, 13446), Lake Buluan (Ref. Although the Philippine fish identified on the main list are believed to be sold in markets one needs to take care with unfamiliar fish. 12165, 13446). 280). 68595), Bagaong River, Sablayan Bay, Mindoro; Malbato R., Port Uson, and Pagauron R., Port Caltom, Busuanga I.; Pancol and creek near Pancol, Malampaya Sound, Iwahig R., and tributaries, Malatgao and Camino rivers, near Puerto Princesa, Malinao R., Mantaquin Bay, Palawan; Zamboanga R.; Isabela R., Basilan I.; Cagayan R., Misamis Oriental, Mindanao. Reported from Lake Mainit (Ref. 13446, 70969, 94476. Recorded in Tañon Strait (Ref. 26365). 80824); Lake Mainit (Ref. 280). 280, 2847, 7050. Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. 1602. 13460). 13446), Lake Naujan (Ref. 1739). Reported harvest in 1984 was over 29,000 tonnes, by 1995 it was below 60 t (Ref. Pampanga: Porak River, CAS 50720. Maya-maya (Agutaynen), Maya-maya (Cebuano), Sagisihon (Cebuano), Aha-an (Davawenyo), Maya-maya (Davawenyo), Maya-maya (Kapampangan). 4787, 90102, 89707. 12157. Also Ref. 13446). 12748). 94476). book reviews and letters. 13446). Also Ref. Unconfirmed report in Taal Lake (Ref. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. 12758). Reported from Palawan (Ref. 280). Reported from L:ake Naujan (Ref. 439, 2060, 4924, 48613, 94476. 12165, 13446), also in Ref. Specimens were collected in 1993 from Kiga and Calbiga-a creeks, Leyte (Ref. Probably occurs in Tawi-tawi and Balabac (Ref. Also Ref. 2929) and the species is endemic to Kalimantan I. 11224). 94476. Known from Pinacañauan River, Cagayan Prov. 12748). Described from 6 specimens, 19 - 26.8 cm taken with a number of specimens by Herre from its type locality, a deep pool in Magat River at Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya. Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84133 (Ref. 2929, 13446, 70969). Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. Also collected from a creek near Taytay at the same time (Ref. 2929). 81829). 80679, 13446). Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. After 1916, despite orders from Alvin Seale not to distribute the species with the mosquito fish, 5.00 cm SL male/unsexed ;6.00 cm SL female. 2929). 45205) and San Miguel Bay (Ref. Recorded from Lake Taal (Ref. Type locality, Palawan Island (Ref. 7223). Description based on a single specimen, 13.4 TL, caught by Herre at the type locality, Dansalan, Lake Lanao, Mindanao in 1921 (Ref. 13446). Reported from the river mouth near Iba, Zambales; Palanas, Lemery, Batangas; Masbate; Agno River, Pangasinan; Dumaguete, Negros Oriental; Cagayan, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao (Ref. Known from Bombon (=Taal) Lake (Ref. Also Ref. 280). Described from four specimens, 5.5 - 8.5 cm, caught at Langbuan, Busuanga, its type locality (Ref. It is either a valid species or a geographical race of. 94476. Also Ref. 58652). 2929). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Reported from Ambacan River at Butigan and Layog River at Balinsasayao, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 13492), Lake Lanao, Lake Taal, Lake Naujan (13446), and Lanuza Bay (Ref. Found in Laguna de Bay (Ref. Completely dominated natural populations in lakes and rivers and the indigenous. 109918). 7223). Introduced in a reservoir in Ambuklao, Mountain Province in 1956, in 1986-1989, they constituted the bulk (66%) of fish production (Ref. Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84141 (Ref. 13686). Museum: Laguna: Molawin Creek, Los Baños, ZMA 100.651; ANSP 91045; BMNH 1933.3.11.169-186; FMNH 76769, 46946; CAS 727, 728, 731-735, 740-743, 747-751, 54938; CAS-SU 30720, 38903, 35959, 35958; USNM 94293, 104412; MCZ 33904; MNHN 27-192, 32-204. 56945). Collected by Herre from Lake Buluan and in a creek at Kidapauan, Cotabato; Balangkott Creek, near Linabo, Malupali R. at Mailag, Tagualmay creek, Bukidnon; Titunod R. near Kolambugan, Lanao; and Busay R. and Balactasan R., Basilan (Ref. Also Ref. Northern end of Cuyo, Palawan, CAS 54645. You may also like: Animal identification apps. Line illustrations clearly indicate common features and the ways in which families differ.CHAPTER 3: Illustrations of Fish Species by FamilyContaining approximately 450 colour illustrations of species from about 90 families, this chapter is divided into families using the same body shape and size categories as those in chapter 2. Asohos (Tagalog), Alisoos (Cebuano), Asoos (Cebuano), Ago-os (Davawenyo), Susay (Ilokano), Usu-us (Ilokano), Asuhos (Tagalog), Daing gusong (Tagalog), Hosohos (Tagalog), Oso-os (Waray-waray), Northern whiting (English), Aso-os (Surigaonon), Hosohos (Tagalog), Aso-os (Bikol), Asu-os (Bikol), Oso-os (Bikol), Osu-us (Bikol), Tayutos (Bikol), Alisoos (Cebuano), Asohos (Cebuano), Asoos (Cebuano), Sigarilyohon (Cebuano), Ago-os (Davawenyo), Asoos (Davawenyo), Common sillaginid (English), Common whiting (English), Aso-os (Hiligaynon), Asoos (Hiligaynon), Osoos (Hiligaynon), Asus (Ilokano), Osoos (Ilokano), Susay (Ilokano), Usu-us (Ilokano), Soos (Kagayanen), Asos (Kapampangan), Asohos (Kuyunon), Awsaos (Kuyunon), Usaos (Kuyunon), Asohos (Tagalog), Asuhos (Tagalog), Asuos (Tagalog), Aso-os (Visayan), Asohos (Visayan), Asoos (Waray-waray), Oso-os (Waray-waray). Found in Laguna de Bay. 2933). Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. Reported from the three specimens collected by Everett from Balabac Is. Type specimens were collected at Lumbatan, Lake Lanao (Ref. Reported to be part of gill net catch composition in Taal Lake, Talisay area (Ref. 53891). The white flaky flesh has a good flavor when boiled, baked, or fried (Ref. Fishes sold in the Dumaguete City wet market was surveyed from November 2010 to January 2011 covering the northeast monsoon season. 2854). Weather loach (English), Yuyu (Ifugao), U-u (Ivatan), Dojo (Tagalog), Japanese loach (English). Museum: CAS-SU 38603 (Ref. Also Ref. 280). Specimens were collected from Calbiga-a creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Specimens were collected from Inuntan, Basey River, Samar and San Jose, Dulag, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 13446). Known from its type locality, Zamboanga; also from Basilan: Lamitan, Burakan, Busay, and Balactasan rivers; Puerto Princesa and Palawan (1909 & 1913); Concepcion, Busuanga (1922). For example plaice and flounder, poor cod and pouting and pollock and coalfish are all species which anglers sometimes struggle to tell apart. 280). 7223). Also Ref. Museum: San Jose, Panay Island, Antique Province, CAS 63588 (1: 3.79 cm SL) (Ref. Also Ref. 13446), Lake Mainit and Kalinawan River (Ref. 87905. Also Ref. 12165, 13446), Laguna de Bay in a 2005 assessment (Ref. Fish Production and Consumption In 1990, our exports of fishery products amounted to 143,049 metric ton while our imports amounted to 196,155 metric tons. 94476). 81820). 244, 6871, 9997, 47930, 280, 707, 47736, 110893. 13492), Lake Buhi (Ref. 2929). Occurs throughout the Philippines. Recently catches have declined to very low levels such that even local demands could not be met. Recorded in a 1982 survey (Ref. 94476). 68595). 50862); and Kalinawan River (Ref. The Maya-Maya fish is available in public markets usually priced at Php 350 per kilo. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Reintroduced in 1972 from Thailand (Ref. 7223). 13464). 7223), Lake Naujan (Ref. This freshwater demersal species prefers muddy substrates, still waters, a subtropical climate (between 5 and 25°C) and seems to be omnivorous. 439). 58022, 94476. Recorded from Santa Monica, Iba, San Sebastian and Pugad. In range Ref. Reported from Tanjay River, Oriental Negros Prov., 30 km north of Dumaguete and Craan River, Cotabato Prov., Mindanao (Ref. 4867, 13446) and Lake Taal (Ref. Dipura (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Pait (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug). It has not established in the wild (Ref. Specimens were collected from the brackishwaters of Kiga creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Also Ref. 81621). Also Ref. Near mouth of Tayabas River, USNM 184603. Specimens were collected from Calbiga-a creek and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 109918). 94476). Included in the. Also recorded from Lake Mainit, Mindanao (Ref. 4537. Museum: Lake Naujan, CAS 30967 (holotype of. Museum: Cagayan de Misamis, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao, mangrove swamp next to Fishery Experiment Station, CAS-SU 36537 (misprinted 23637 in original description) (holotype, 2.25 cm SL, sinistral male); CAS-SU 36538 (paratypes). Also Ref. Also Ref. 2929). Separate statistics recorded for this country (Ref. An improved edition to include the under-represented families will be most welcome. Specimens were collected from Calbiga-a creek, Lagu Lagu creek, and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Specimens in ViSCA were collected from a river mouth in Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Five specimens caught by hook & line in 1989 from Manguao stream (Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Even among those fish that are widely eaten some need to be prepared or handled a certain way prior to cooking and eating for them to be safe. 109918). 48613). Specimens were collected from Lagu Lagu and Hilosig creeks, creek at the eastern end of Tunga, and from Ambacan River at Makinhas and Butigan, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Seven specimens, 13.3 - 17.6 cm, were collected by Herre in 1922 from the type locality, the rapids of the Agus, just below Dansalan bridge a short distance from Lake Lanao; caught using hook and line (Ref. 94476). 280). 13446, 81887, 95183). Also Ref. One specimen (MCZ 26394) was collected from Lake Taal (Ref. 3881, 70969. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 13446, 70969, 94476. Reported to be native in the Philippines by IUCN (Ref. Collected from Laguna de Bay (Ref. Specimens collected from Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Beyond meeting current market demands, the improvement of yu-yu production in the rice terraces is seen on the long-term as an incentive to farmers to maintain the rice terraces as a cultural heritage and to keep their organic farming practices. Recorded in a 1982 survey (Ref. A hardy species, reaching maturity at about 1.5 cm long (Ref. Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. 280, 70969, 94476. 81829). Found by Herre to be common in Lake Lanao in 1923 (Ref. 5.10 cm TL male/unsexed ;7.00 cm TL female. 280). Also collected from a tributary of Agno River, Luzon (2:10.4-10.6 cm); a mountain stream near Bugasong, Antique Province, Panay (1:8.8 cm); Mamator River near Casiguran, on the eastern coast of northern Luzon (3:10-3-11cm); and, Cajulogan, Gingog, Misamis Province in Mindanao (2). Collected from Laguna de Bay in 1984 and considered an excellent food fish. 94476). Also Ref. 81820). Also Ref. Also Ref. Specimens were collected from Kiga creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Introduced to Taal Lake, stocked from fingerlings, and had escaped from the cages (Ref. 109918). 439). 13448). Common ponyfish (English), Mawalay (Surigaonon), Sap-sap (Tagalog), Sapsap (Agutaynen), Lawayan (Banton), Barurog (Bikol), Dalupani (Bikol), Lawayan (Bikol), Mutomot (Bikol), Pirak-pirak (Bikol), Dalupane (Cebuano), Lawayan (Cebuano), Palotpot (Cebuano), Sap-sap (Chavacano), Sap-sap (Davawenyo), Common slipmouth (English), Daguldolan (Hiligaynon), Dalupani (Hiligaynon), Lawayan (Hiligaynon), Gumabek (Ilokano), Lalakasen (Ilokano), Laway-laway (Ilokano), Palangan (Ilokano), Sap-sap (Ilokano), Sapsap (Ilokano), Talibukno (Ilokano), Talibuno (Ilokano), Tariptip (Ilokano), Usub (Ilokano), Sapsap (Kapampangan), Lawayakan (Kuyunon), Sapsap (Kuyunon), Sap-sap (Magindanaon), Sap-sap (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Sap-sap betsang (Pangasinan), Malaway (Surigaonon), Bakagan (Tagalog), Dalupani (Tagalog), Hiwas (Tagalog), Huwaling (Tagalog), I-im (Tagalog), Laway (Tagalog), Lawayan (Tagalog), Lawihan (Tagalog), Malaway (Tagalog), Sapsap (Tagalog), Tabiros (Tagalog), Taksay (Tagalog), Tambong (Tagalog), Yapyap (Tagalog), Badyang (Visayan), Bakayan (Visayan), Dagoldalan (Visayan), Danutan (Visayan), Kapotol (Visayan), Lawayan (Visayan), Lumo-an (Visayan), Lumoan (Visayan), Nepis-nepis (Visayan), Pa-ut-put (Visayan), Paluput (Visayan), Palutput (Visayan), Parutput (Visayan), Lawayan (Waray-waray), Parutpot (Waray-waray), Sapsap (Waray-waray), Tambon (Waray-waray). 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