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(Ref. 7223). The Philippines has around 70 freshwater lakes and impoundments with a total area of 200,000 hectares. Also Ref. Specimens collected in the 1989 survey from the lake (46 individuals) and from Manguao stream (3), about 2 km NW of the lake were not spearated into the two species (. Barabac Creek, CAS 50719. Also Ref. 94476. 280). Pangasinan: Olo Creek, CAS-SU 38209; CAS 50721; UMMZ 211664. Also Ref. Specimens were collected from Kiga creek and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Also Ref. 439). 94476. Reported from San Miguel Bay (Ref. 13686). However, no material was seen by Herre (Ref. Museum: No locality, CAS 63198 (Ref. Also known from streams near Fort Stotsenberg, Pampanga and Mangatarem, Pangasinan (Ref. Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. 7050. Described from six spawning females, collected in 1913 from a pool in the bed of a dry stream, on the trail between Taytay and Malampaya Sound, Palawan. 3412, 7050, 4517, 12744, 45255. 1, June 2013 56 No specimens were collected during the 1994 expedition (Ref. Type locality, Baco River, Mindoro and also from Abra River, near Vigan, Ilocos Sur (Ref. 7223). 13489). Also Ref. 68348). Identification information on freshwater fish, features and glossary of fish terms, reef fish guide, shark guide, and deep water fish guide. A major fishery in Laguna de Bay (Ref. 15.00 cm TL male/unsexed ;10.00 cm TL female, Discovered in vast numbers in some saltwater fishponds and salt ponds around Manila Bay in 1929. 94476. Also Ref. 27799). As, Lacustrine goby (English), Kip-kip (Ilokano), Dulong (Tagalog). 80679. 41640). 80824), Pasig River; Santa Cruz, Laguna; Orani, Bataan; Cavite; and Navotas, Rizal (Ref. 80679, 13446) and Lake Naujan (Ref. 80824); Lake Mainit (Ref. 13460). Also Ref. Also Ref. Considered as the most important fish of Lake Lanao and next to. 4787, 90102, 89707. Also Ref. 4867, 13446). 7223). 57864. Described from four specimens, 5.5 - 8.5 cm, caught at Langbuan, Busuanga, its type locality (Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Type locality, Palawan Island (Ref. 87905. Now the municipality of Hungduan limits fishing access to individual owners of the rice fields as a way of helping owners manage their own yu-yu resource. Cagayan river); apparently overfished (article in Inquirer, 17 Nov. 1998). The Forest and Range Practices Act and its regulations took effect on Jan. 31, 2004. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 109918). Occurs throughout the Philippines. Still caught in the lake from 1963 to1964 (Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 439); Alegre River, Panay (Ref. 50862). 80730). It has become notably abundant after the Japanese occupation for which reason (probably) it has also come to be known as Japanese fish, panispis, or palispis in some places. Collected from Panay Island (Ref. Speckled tonguesole (English), Maladpalad (Agutaynen), Dapa (Bikol), Palad (Bikol), Palad (Cebuano), Kulampira-bato (Chavacano), Pad-pad (Davawenyo), Speckled toungesole (English), Palad (Hiligaynon), Ararali (Ibanag), Palad (Kuyunon), Kulampira (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Dapang sinilas (Tagalog), Dapang tsinelas (Tagalog), Dali dali (Visayan), Malad-palad (Visayan), Pahot (Waray-waray), Palad (Waray-waray). Reported from Lake Manguao; 2003 study showed that this surface dwelling species feed on plankton and neuston, thrive in the littoral zone and are viviparous (Ref. 12748). Referred to as. 280, 12766, 94476. Reported from Laguna de Bay. Also Ref. Known from Matnog, Sorsogon (Ref. Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84131(Ref. The expression “fish” in this Chapter includes livers and edible roes of fish. 81829). Known from Puerto Princesa, Palawan (Ref. Also Ref. 29019). Collected from CLSU fish pond, Nueva Ecija as specimen for living fish museum (Ref. 280). Also Ref. 4735. 12748). Pampanga: Porak River, CAS 50720. 13446). Reported from AQUAGEM Maharlika Hi-way, Cabanatuan City as specimen for the living fish museum (Ref. Reported from Taal Lake (Ref. 94476. 81829). Collected from CLSU Fish pond and Pantabangan Reservoir in Nueva Ecija as specimen for living fish museum (Ref. ; Ilocos Sur; Bontoc, Mt. 7223), Kalinawan River (Ref. 12165, 13446). 7223). 40966). Established in aquaculture through assisted/artificial reproduction. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, Widely cultured throughout the country especially in Laguna de Bay (Ref. Also Ref. This replaced the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act an d regulations. 81820) and recorded from Pantabangan Dam, (Nueva Ecija) (Ref. Introduced in Trinidad River, Mountain Province (Ref. Museum: creek Santa Fe, CAS-SU 24474 (lectotype designated by Böhlke 1953, 3.35 cm SL, male); CAS-SU 18149 (paralectotypes). Introduced from Taiwan in 1985 (Ref. Known from Bombon (=Taal) Lake (Ref. Type locality, Intel R., pool in river bordered by waterfall (upriver) and rapids (downriver), Barrovia Barangay hot springs, Baggao Municipality, Luzon (Ref. Plecostomus (English), Janitor fish (English), Sucking catfish (English). Type locality, Bubucan, Luzon Island (Ref. John's snapper (English), Maya maya (Tagalog), Maya-maya (Agutaynen), Adgawon (Bikol), Arungan (Bikol), Islawan (Cebuano), Maya-maya (Cebuano), Dapak (Chavacano), Aloman (Davawenyo), Aluman (Davawenyo), Katambak (Davawenyo), Maya-maya (Davawenyo), Barao (Hiligaynon), Paswan (Ilokano), Maya-maya (Kapampangan), Babaan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Paswan (Visayan), Dapak (Waray-waray), Langisi (Waray-waray), Maya-maya (Waray-waray), Paswan (Waray-waray). Celebes longfin eel (English), Igat (Tagalog), Casili (Cebuano), Kasili (Cebuano), Kasili (Davawenyo), Kasili (Visayan), Kasili (Waray-waray). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Zebra danio (English), Zebra fish (English). Museum: Lagu Lagu creek, ca. Also Ref. Also found in the reservoirs of Lake Buhi and Binga (Ref. Still present in a 1982 survey (Ref. Also recorded from Taal (Ref. Also Ref. Museum: Coron, Busuanga, CAS 38636 (30, 1.9-3.3 cm SL) (Ref. 7306, 12548). 7223). Type localities: Boco River and Quingoa River (Luzon) and Calbigan, Samar (Visayas), ZMB 5110 (syntypes of. 7223). 1602. 13446); Manguao Lake in a study in 2003, common in the littoral zone where the aquatic macrophytes are, they are carnivorous, scavengers and nocturnal (Ref. Common in Lake Bombon (=Taal) (Ref. Rockmountain bass (English), Damagan (Tagalog), Gamagan Kalabingat (Tagalog), Damagan (Visayan). Maria River, in Laguna; Lake Buhi, Camarines Sur; Lake Naujan, Mindoro (Ref. No specimen was caught during the 1994 expedition (Ref. 12740). Described from specimens, 6.8 - 10.9 cm, collected from Langbuan, Busuanga, in September 1922. 7223). Fish, crustaceans or mollusks, simply sprinkled with salt or sprayed with brine, for the sole purpose of preservation during transport shall be classified as fresh fish, crustaceans or mollusks. Specimens were collected from Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Also Ref. 7223). 280). Identification guide to the families and species of Philippine marine fishes. Also Ref. (Ref. 13446, 94476. 280. 12768). 12157). 2858). 1739, 12157, 119549. Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. 80824), Lake Naujan (Ref. 48613). Specimens were collected from Lagu Lagu creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Specimens collected from Cagayan River, barrio Catayaoan, lallo, Cagayan Province were described by Herre and deposited in the collection of the Division of Fisheries of the Department of Agriculture and Commerce (Ref. 95183). 2091); Paitan Lake and Pantabangan Dam (Nueva Ecija) (Ref. 119549). Threespot damsel (English), Puyong dagat (Tagalog), Pata-pata (Cebuano), Pata (Davawenyo), Damselfish (English), Samok-samok (Kagayanen), Palata (Tagalog), Baro-baro (Visayan), Palata (Visayan), Palata (Waray-waray). Also Ref. Found in milkfish pens/cages/ponds in Laguna de Bay (Ref. 12157. 81820). Museum: USNM 278285 (Ref. Learn more. In 2017, the Philippines had a population of about 103 million, and mean per capita consumption of fish and fishery products of 40 kg/year or 109 grams/day with the percent of fish and fishery products intake to the total intake at 12.8%. Recorded as having been or being farmed in rice fields (Ref. Collected from a fish market at Sorsogon, Sorsogon Bay, Bikol; also recorded from Capiz, Panay (Ref. 7223). 13446). Download >> Download Fish identification key pdf Read Online >> Read Online Fish identification key pdf fish pdf download shellfish names with pictures types of fish pdf fish names and pictures pdf aquarium fish encyclopedia pdf sea fish identification app shellfish identification chart identification of fish species using keys K e y to th e M arin e an d. Fre sh w ater. Specimens were collected from the brackishwaters of Kiga creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 7223). Palawan, USNM 98838. Also Ref. 94476). 3.75 cm SL male/unsexed ;3.91 cm SL female, Type locality, Uling brook, Naga River, Cebu, ASIZP-057825 (holotype of, 4.50 cm SL male/unsexed ;4.20 cm SL female. Type specimens were collected at Lumbatan, Lake Lanao (Ref. Described from eight female specimens, 7.8 - 11.8, collected at the type locality, Dansalan, Lake Lanao, Mindanao (1921, 1922) (Ref. 81820). An important food fish. Specimens were collected from Calbiga-a creek and Ambacan River at Butigan, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 7050. 104756). Collected from AQUAGEM, Maharlika Hi-way Cabanatuan City as specimen for living fish museum (Ref. 280, 12157. Also Ref. Known from the upper reaches of the Pinacanauan River system, a tributary of the Cagayan River in northern Luzon Island (Ref. CAS-SU 18148 (paralectotypes). 13492), Lake Lanao, Lake Taal, Lake Naujan (13446), and Lanuza Bay (Ref. Known from Aparri, N. Luzon (Ref. 280). Bagangan (Tagalog), Bagangan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Manalak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Manalak (Tagalog). Also Ref. Recorded from Taal Lake (Ref. Identifying fish to family level is made easy using observable external features such as body shape, size, and positions of fins. 4735. 81820). 4735, 94476. 13492); Naujan lake (Ref. 6.39 cm SL male/unsexed ;6.36 cm SL female. Bulan-bulan (Agutaynen), Buyan-buyan (Banton), Bulan-bulan (Bikol), Buan-buan (Cebuano), Bulan-bulan (Chavacano), Buan-buan (Davawenyo), Indo-Pacific tarpon (English), Bulgan (Hiligaynon), Bulan-bulan (Ilokano), Bulan-bulan (Kagayanen), Buobuan (Kapampangan), Bulan-bulan (Kuyunon), Abulong (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Bulan-bulan (Pangasinan), Hutik (Surigaonon), Buan buan (Tagalog), Mulan-bulan (Visayan), Bulan-bulan (Waray-waray), Buwan-buwan (Bikol), Mulan-bulan (Bikol), Salongsong (Cebuano), Bulan-bulan (Davawenyo), Tarpon (English), Bulan-bulan (Hiligaynon), Silag (Hiligaynon), Tewal (Hiligaynon), Bulan bulan (Ilokano), Buan-buan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Buan-buan (Tagalog), Mulan-bulan (Waray-waray). 1602. Bolgan (Bikol), Burgan (Cebuano), Mata kuting (Chavacano), Dayang (Davawenyo), Giant seaperch (English), Bulgan (Hiligaynon), Kaka (Ilokano), Apap (Kapampangan), Salungsungan (Kuyunon), Kulapu (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Apaap (Pangasinan), Apahap (Surigaonon), Apahap (Tagalog), Apahap (Waray-waray), Apahap (Bikol), Bulgan (Bikol), Mangagat (Bikol), Sapan (Bikol), Poyo (Cebuano), Solong-solong (Hiligaynon), Tul-wan (Ilokano), Bulungan (Kuyunon), Matakating (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Apaap (Pangasinan), Katuyot (Tagalog), Laya (Tagalog), Matang pusa (Tagalog), Apahap (Visayan), Bolgan (Visayan), Bulgan (Waray-waray). 7223). Also Ref. Specimens were collected from Kiga creek, San Jose, Dulag and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. 4867, 13446), Lake Lanao, 1986 survey (Ref. 6565). 1739, 4867, 28007, 4735. 95183). Type locality: Cagayan Sulu, Singuan Lake and Sulu Lake (Ref. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. 7223). 81829). 12748). Unconfirmed report in Taal Lake (Ref. 95665. 104756), Lake Taal (Ref. 80824). Believed to have caused the decline in catch of other important food-fish due to competition for food and space, although not much evidence is available regarding their negative impact (Ref. 12760). 280). 280).It is believed to be the only freshwater sardine in the Philippines which immigrated from Balayan Bay to Taal Lake (Ref. Identification of Fish Prey of an Irrawaddy Dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) using Mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase 1 Sequence Analysis John François L. Postrado 1*, Katrina Ma. Caught in Lake Manguao by gill net and by hook and line (Ref. Occurs in central Palawan where it inhabits streams flowing into the Sulu Sea. Also Ref. 13446), Laguna de Bay (Ref. Ataba (Tagalog), Ananabing (Banton), Ama mangpang (Bikol), Sumpit (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), kataba (Tagalog), Anunuput (Visayan), Ataba (Visayan), Bang-ga (Visayan). 13446). Also Ref. Also Ref. 10888) and 1997, 1982-83, 1990-91 and 2008 surveys (Ref. 4735). 12789). 7050, 12157. Recorded from Cagayan River Valley and Peñablanca (Ref. Does not survive in natural conditions (Ref. Used in the aquarium trade (Ref. 280). Reported in Taal Lake (Ref. Has been reported in the northeastern portion of Taal Lake (Agasen, pers. Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. Specimens were collected from Kiga creek and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 13460). 80864); museum specimens collected in 1984 from the south bay, LRS-84128 (Ref. 4867). 6096) and in 1973 from Israel (Ref. Specimens were collected from Lagu Lagu creek, Ambacan River, and Calbiga-a creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Reported from Alaminos, Pangasinan; San Fernando, Pampanga; Vigan, Ilocos Sur; Agno River, Dagupan, Pangasinan (Ref. 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). When the Rio Grande de Mindanao flooded, the fish escaped and established in the Pulangi and its tributaries between Dulauan and Fort Pikit. 2933). In the 1990-91 survey, 292 kg were recorded. 7223). Caught as adults and fry in river mouths (e.g. 84480), Dumaguete (Ref. Tilapia (Tagalog), Mossambique tilapia (English), Mozambique tilapia (English), Established in all brackish water farms, rivers, swamps and rice fields throughout the country. 2929). 1602, 37816. Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. 7223). 12165). 10888) and 2008 survey (Ref. Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Type locality, Mangarin, mangrove swamp at Hacienda Waterous, Mindoro (Ref. 50838). 53891), Catmon and Banilad creeks, and San Pedro, Laguna de Bay (Ref. 13446), Batangas; Mangso River, Albay; Malabon; and, Cebu (Ref. 12768). Specimens were collected from Calbiga-a creek and Lagu Lagu creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 7223). Download Reef Fish Identification Book For Free in PDF, EPUB.In order to read online Reef Fish Identification textbook, you need to create a FREE account. Also Ref. 13446) and Pagbilao mangrove. 55, 48613, 53416. Recorded from the Putoc River in Mindanao (Ref. 6565). One specimen (MCZ 26394) was collected from Lake Taal (Ref. Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. Type locality, Lake Bato, Camarines and Yassot Creek, Albay, Luzon. Type locality, Lake Taal, Luzon (Ref. 10888) and 2008 survey (Ref. 7223). Described from a single specimen, 8.1 cm, collected from the type locality Malum River, Tawi-tawi, Philippines on 21 September 1923 (Ref. These apps contain lots of pics and also detailed info about each fish including the diving depth and the best fish spots. 280). 95183). 13446). Also Ref. 81820). 13446). Sold fresh and dried in Metro Manila markets and is one of the major dried products being sold. Jarbua terapon (English), Kanigit (Tagalog), Bugaong (Agutaynen), Bagaong (Banton), Bagaong (Bikol), Bugaong (Bikol), Bogaong (Cebuano), Buga-ong (Cebuano), Bugaong (Cebuano), Gunggong (Cebuano), Bugaung (Chavacano), Buga-ong (Davawenyo), Bugaong (Davawenyo), Convex-lined grunt (English), Convex-lined therapon (English), Crescent grunter (English), Jarbua therapon (English), Bagaong (Hiligaynon), Buga-ong (Hiligaynon), Bagaong (Ilokano), Banlaongan (Ilokano), Baraongan (Ilokano), Baraungan (Ilokano), Mayavayawong (Ivatan), Bagaong kambang (Kagayanen), Bagaong (Kuyunon), Bagaw (Kuyunon), Bongaong (Magindanaon), Bungkaong (Magindanaon), Bigaong (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Langaat (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Balauling (Pangasinan), Bagaong (Tagalog), Bugaong (Tagalog), Bungao (Tagalog), Gagaong (Tagalog), Gunggong (Tagalog), Tutot (Tagalog), Bagaong (Visayan), Bugaong (Visayan), Bagaong (Waray-waray). 280, 13446. 80679; present as part of gill net catch composition in Talisay area in Taal Lake (Ref. 280). Confined to Camarines Sur and Albay provinces: Lake Buhi, Buhi River, and Lake Bato (Ref. Collected from Candaba, Pampanga as specimen for living fish museum (Ref. new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters. 2858). Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. 104679, 107139). 393, 9987. 7050, 26129. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. Reported from Craan R., Cotabato; a brook at San Ramon Penal Colony, Zamboanga; and Canigaran, Palawan (Ref. 7223). Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Reported from Lake Bombon (=Taal, Ref. Collected from Titunod R. near Kolambugan, Lanao; Cagayan R., Misamis Oriental (Ref. Museum: Taytay market, FRLM 12129. Collected from CLSU fish pond, Nueva Ecija (Ref. 9859). 439). 13460). 439). 95183). Also Ref. 80824), Lake Mainit (Ref. 13446). 51649). 13499); Rio Chico, Bontoc, Mt. 13460). Rock goby (English), Bulidao (Ilokano), Pigok (Surigaonon), Bagaong (Tagalog), Pigek (Chavacano), Cross-barred grant (English), Bagaong (Visayan), Pegok (Visayan). 56084). A food fish with soft flesh but found low in numbers. In range Ref. No specimen was caught during the 1994 sampling (Ref. population. 280). Live 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. 13460) and Sta. 7223). "It excels is in the systematic identification of a fish, leading you through a series of stages to narrow it down from its overall shape, fin pattern, features, coloration, behaviour and habitat" -- John Liddiard. Currently known only from Lagu Lagu creek on the western slope of Leyte. 81829). 80723). Reported from 1986 survey by Mercene (Ref. 2199) recorded the fish from the Philippine Islands with the specimen placed in the Philadelphia Commercial Museum. 4.58 cm SL male/unsexed ;4.20 cm SL female. Museum: Calbiga Cave System, Samar Island, MSNVR 1262 (holotype, 7.65 cm SL) (Ref. 70969, 94476. 13460). Reported from Palawan (Ref. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. 7050, 092840. 280, 94476. An invasive species recorded from Laguna de Bay (Ref. Key features for identifying fish species including anatomy, and pattern and colour markings . 4867, 13446). 12768). Type locality, Palawan Island (Ref. 13492), Laguna de Bay (Ref. 10888). Statistics by BFAR show dulong production from a high of 555 mt 1990 down to 190 mt in 2002 (Ref. Reported from Estrella Falls in Palawan (Ref. Also Ref. 2847. Description of Aurich based on at least a 2.6 cm SL male and a 2.9 cm SL female (Ref. Collected from Nagtipunan, Quirino Province as specimen for living museum (Ref. 80824) and Lake Lanao (Ref. 81820). 7223). 81207, 80679, 13446). 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. Also Ref. Indonesian shortfin eel (English), Igat (Tagalog), Casili (Cebuano), Kasili (Cebuano), Anguilla (Chavacano), Kasili (Davawenyo), Indong (Hiligaynon), Nipa-nipa (Hiligaynon), Igat (Ilokano), Indong honasan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Palos (Tagalog), Kasili (Waray-waray). Reported from Bangar, La Union (Ref. Reported distribution is in Luzon (Ref. Identifying fish to family level is made easy using observable external features such as body shape, size, and positions of fins. Recorded from Laguna de Bay (Ref. 81207, 13446). Bluespot mullet (English), Talilong (Tagalog), Balanak (Agutaynen), Aguas (Bikol), Araran (Bikol), Saranaa (Bikol), Tabudyos (Bikol), Gisaw (Cebuano), Banak (Chavacano), Lisas (Chavacano), Banak (Davawenyo), Gisaw (Davawenyo), Gisaw (Hiligaynon), Tungkaw (Hiligaynon), Lapes (Ilokano), Ludong (Ilokano), Lumitog (Ilokano), Lurung (Ilokano), Pasga (Ilokano), Balanak (Kagayanen), Banak (Kuyunon), Balanak (Magindanaon), Banak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Agwas (Tagalog), Asubi (Tagalog), Balungain (Tagalog), Banak (Tagalog), Bilungan (Tagalog), Gagapang (Tagalog), Kapak (Tagalog), Lumitog (Tagalog), Sumalapau (Tagalog), Tandipil (Tagalog), Lampuhan (Visayan), Pili (Visayan), Balanak (Waray-waray), Banak (Waray-waray). Museum: Iwahig river, Palawan, CAS 53949. 7223). Introduced to Lake Lanao (as. 109918). 6802. Occasionally enters freshwaters. Description based on a single specimen, 13.4 TL, caught by Herre at the type locality, Dansalan, Lake Lanao, Mindanao in 1921 (Ref. 280). Also Ref. 43716) and Titunod River, Kolambugan, Lanao (Ref. 2929, 13446). May have played a part in the extinction of cyprinids in Lake Lanao, Mindanao (Ref. The pre- Also Ref. 13492); and Lake Lanao (Ref. 280). Specimens were collected Lagu Lagu creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 109918). Reported from the three specimens collected by Everett from Balabac Is. Known from Pinacañauan River, Cagayan Prov. Reported from L:ake Naujan (Ref. Dagupan, Pangasinan. 12165, 13446). Fry were also introduced in lakes Dapao and Nunungan, Lanao in 1916 (Ref. 7223). 30352). An evaluation showed that 48 Reported from Taal Lake (Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 94476. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. 12591, 12738. 6216). Recently catches have declined to very low levels such that even local demands could not be met. 12217), Lake Lanao (Ref. Hawaiian ladyfish (English), Bid-bid (Tagalog), Awa (Banton), Bidbid (Bikol), Kugao (Bikol), Lulong (Bikol), Tangiron (Bikol), Bayedbed (Bolinao), Bulan-bulan (Cebuano), Tuloy (Cebuano), Awa (Davawenyo), Awa (Hiligaynon), Bid-bid (Ilokano), Bidbid (Ilokano), Bidbid (Kapampangan), Bedbed (Kuyunon), Ua (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Bayirbir (Pangasinan), Bidbid (Pangasinan), Balila (Surigaonon), Bidbid (Tagalog), Bidbir (Tagalog), Mid-bid (Tagalog), Alho (Visayan), Awa (Waray-waray), Bid-bid (Waray-waray), Medbed (Waray-waray). 6348). Museum: CAS-SU 38603 (Ref. Collected from CLSU fish pond, Nueva Ecija as specimen for living fish museum.(Ref. 280). Dumaguete R., Oriental Negros where Herre collected 10 specimens (2.4-4 cm SL). 81829). Specimens were collected from Inuntan, Basey River, Samar and San Jose, Dulag, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 12165, 13446). Endemism questionable since this species is also reported from other countries (Kottelat, pers. 58652), Lanuza Bay (Ref. 7223). 119549). 13446, 80679). Reported from Lake Taal and Lake Naujan (Ref. 12165, 13446). The wildlife of the Philippines includes a significant number of endemic plant and animal species. Two stuffed specimens in the museum of University of Santo Tomas were collected from Cavite. 109918). Comprehensive information detailing physical appearance, habitat, ecology, and local names is provided for more than 90 fish families. 4867, 13446). 7223) and Lanuza Bay (Ref. Collected from AQUAGEM, Maharlika Hiway, Cabanatuan City as specimen for fish living museum (Ref. 13448). 104756). 280), and Lake Naujan (Ref. 94182). Introduced in 1970. Found still abundant in 1995 in Lake Bombon (=Taal) (Ref. 55, 469, 53416, 59176. 13446, 95183); Lake Sebu in Cotabato; Lake Balinsasayao in Negros Oriental, near Dumaguete (Ref. Reported from the river mouth near Iba, Zambales; Palanas, Lemery, Batangas; Masbate; Agno River, Pangasinan; Dumaguete, Negros Oriental; Cagayan, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao (Ref. Also Ref. The course of Philippine freshwater aquaculture history has followed that of Philippine Also Ref. Lake Buhi, CAS 26381(Ref. We … Also Ref. Also Ref. Specimens were collected from Kiga, San Jose, Dulag, and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte and from Sohon Cave and Inuntan, Basey River, Samar in 1993 (Ref. 12758). Maya-maya (Agutaynen), Maya-maya (Cebuano), Sagisihon (Cebuano), Aha-an (Davawenyo), Maya-maya (Davawenyo), Maya-maya (Kapampangan). 280). 109918). Turkey moray (English), Malibanos (Tagalog), Almang (Agutaynen), Halas-ogdok (Bikol), Bakasi (Cebuano), Endong (Chavacano), Ubod (Davawenyo), Indong (Hiligaynon), Hagmang (Ilokano), Pangitan takot (Kagayanen), Kabo-kabo (Kuyunon), Luddong simon (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Hangit (Waray-waray). Reported from Lake Lanao (Ref. Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. 94476. Sison, CAS-SU 38901, 38902. 7223). Introduced in Trinidad River between Baguio and the Trinidad Farm School, Mountain Province by a Japanese and has become established (Ref. In range Ref. comm.). Type locality, Wayan R. at Bario San Nicolas, Busuanga I., Palawan Prov. Bagañgan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Bagangan sa erungan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug). Also Ref. Identifying fish to family level is made easy using observable external features such as body shape, size, and positions of fins. 13492) and Lake Lanao (Ref. One species may be safe while another in the same family may not be. 5316, 12165, 13446). Reported from Lake Mainit (Ref. 58022, 94476. Type locality, creek at eastern end of Tunga, Leyte (Ref. 7223). Otomebora mullet (English), Araran (Tagalog), Balanak (Agutaynen), Balanak (Bikol), Banak (Cebuano), Gisaw (Cebuano), Banak (Chavacano), Lisas (Chavacano), Gisaw (Davawenyo), Mullet (English), Balanak (Hiligaynon), Gusaw (Hiligaynon), Lul-luran (Ilokano), Balanak (Kagayanen), Banak (Kuyunon), Banak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Aligasin (Tagalog), Banak (Tagalog), Talilong (Tagalog), Balanak (Waray-waray). 12768). Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. Type locality: Kabili River, Dumaguete (Ref. 80824). Type locality, Agus River, Barrio Matampay, Mindanao (Ref. 12165, 13446), also in Ref. It contains three-year data series on volume and value of fish production, and prices by Specimens were collected in 1993 from Kiga creek and Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte and Inuntan, Basey River, Samar (Ref. 50320, 13446, 81829), reported from Kalinawan River (Ref. 81820). 280). 393, 3281, 7306, 59175. 280, 81520). comm.). 280). 7223). 94476). Recorded as having been or being farmed in rice fields (Ref. Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Known from Metro Manila and Laguna Province. Known from Lake Taal (Ref. Also Ref. 94476. 13446). Also Ref. BMNH 1933.3.11.583-592. In 1915, two thousand fry were brought from Hong Kong to Manila upon the suggestion of Alvin Seale. Reported from Laguna de Bay (Ref. across the British Isles. 4343. Known from Solsona, Batac, Laoag, Bacarra and Dingras (Ref. 13492), Lake Buhi (Ref. Caught by means of libut, operated like a purse seine and fishing is limited to the southern part of the lake. 80824), Lake Lanao (Ref. 10558). 13446, 81887). Also Ref. Specimens were collected in 1993 from Lagu Lagu creek, between rice fields and habitations in Leyte (Ref. No specimen was caught during the 1994 expedition (Ref. 94476. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 81820). Type locality, small stream at Taytay, Palawan (Ref. 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