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13460). 13489). 5.10 cm TL male/unsexed ;7.00 cm TL female. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 4867, 50320, 13446, 81829); Lake Lanao, Lanao del Sur (Ref. It has not established in the wild (Ref. 3412, 7050, 4517, 12744, 45255. 12748). 68980). 4.58 cm SL male/unsexed ;4.20 cm SL female. 10558). 7223). 81820). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Identification guide to the families and species of Philippine marine fishes. 4867, 50320, 13446, 81829) and Kalinawan River (Ref. Known as the native hito. 40966). Known from brooks around Mt. 13460). 12758). Established in Lake Caliraya. 10558). Also Ref. 94476. (Ref. In range Ref. 81820) and recorded from Pantabangan Dam, (Nueva Ecija) (Ref. Read as many books as you like (Personal use) and Join Over 150.000 Happy Readers. 280). Specimens were collected Lagu Lagu creek, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 280). 439). 58652). Also Ref. Potential production of fish from these waters is estimated to be 50 thousand metric tons per year or only about 5 percent of the total annual fish production of the country. Reported in Taal Lake (Ref. 7223). Inland record from Palawan (Ref. This species has established in aquaculture through assisted or artificial reproduction. 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). 94476). 80723). Competes with native fishes and comprise majority of catch from the lake, affecting fishermen's income (Ref. Recorded from Craan River on the southern coast of Cotabato Province. Museum specimens collected in 1983-4 from various localities, LRS-83111 (Ref. Type locality, Baco River, Mindoro and also from Abra River, near Vigan, Ilocos Sur (Ref. Also Ref. 7223). Type locality, Palawan Island (Ref. 13446, 81887, 95183). Also Ref. Barabac Creek, CAS 50719. Type locality, San Jose, Antique Prov., Panay Island (Ref. The most highly prized cyprinid, used for food by the Maranaos. Reported from Bangar, La Union (Ref. Also Ref. Reported from Lake Lanao (Ref. Flat-tail mullet (English), Balanak (Magindanaon), Balanak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), 1.95 cm SL male/unsexed ;2.30 cm SL female. This deficiency has caused the Philippines some valuable foreign ex-charge in the importation of canned fish, such as sardines, salmon, mackerel, tuna, squids, and other fish products. Museum: San Jose, Panay Island, Antique Province, CAS 63588 (1: 3.79 cm SL) (Ref. 050862). Known from Laguna de Bay north shore, Lapulapu River in Palawan, Casatagan River and Subic Bay in Zambales Province, Mindoro, Comon River in Bohol, Karig Malan River in Culion, Tarogin River in Mindoro Oriental, Amilao River in Iloilo, Tabios River in Bataan (Ref. Not recorded during the 1975, 1976, 1982-83, 1990-91 and 2008 surveys (Ref. 80679; present as part of gill net catch composition in Talisay area in Taal Lake (Ref. 81829). 95183). 26365). 2199) recorded the fish from the Philippine Islands with the specimen placed in the Philadelphia Commercial Museum. 5222). 1739. 116448). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 2929) and the species is endemic to Kalimantan I. 12768). Reported from Laguna de Bay; rivers in Balabac, Tawi Tawi and Mindanao (Ref. Described only from the type specimen collected from Simulao River, a tributary of the Agusan River, Agusan, Mindanao (1881) (Ref. book reviews and letters. 10888). Reported from Lake Taal (Ref. 13499). 13446). It contains three-year data series on volume and value of fish production, and prices by Described from a 3.4 cm TL (2.75 SL) male holotype (Philippine Fish and Game Administration No. 43275). 81829). Collected from Titunod R. near Kolambugan, Lanao; Cagayan R., Misamis Oriental (Ref. Specimens were collected during the U.S.N. Also Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. 12748). 1739). Alvin Seale brought 24 individuals of this fish to Manila from Honolulu, Hawaii, to be used to control mosquito (Ref. 7050, 11081, 94476. Found in the littoral zone of Manguao Lake; gut analysis showed that it is omnivorous and active at daytime (Ref. Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84129. 2847. Also Ref. Dwarf pygmy goby (English), Bia (Tagalog), 1.10 cm SL male/unsexed ;1.50 cm TL female. 7050. 4867, 50320, 13446, 81829);including Kalinawan River (Ref. Museum: USNM 278285 (Ref. 81499). Recorded from Lake Siit, Lake Panamao (crater lakes on Jolo Island, Sulu Archipelago) (Ref. Goby of mountain streams (English), Bia (Tagalog), Reported from Comon and Haya rivers, Bohol; Coron, Busuanga; Lake Mainit, Surigao; Pansipit R., and Yambo Lake, Luzon; Naujan Lake, Mindoro (Ref. 2847, 7050. 13446). 1739, 1998, 6346. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Anak dalag (Tagalog), Obog (Banton), Bulig (Bikol), Haroan (Bikol), Sulbud (Bikol), Talosog (Bikol), Terebog (Bikol), Torabó (Bikol), Utan (Bikol), Mudfish (English), Murrel (English), Snakehead mudfish (English), Dalag (Ilokano), Bundaki (Kapampangan), Lawag (Kuyunon), Aluan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Amanu (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Dalag (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Dalak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Guelue-guelue (Pangasinan), Bakuli (Tagalog), Bulig (Tagalog), Bundaki (Tagalog), Bundalag (Tagalog), Dalag (Tagalog), Aluan (Visayan), Haluan (Visayan), Haruan (Visayan). 9859). Balo (Davawenyo), Tambilawan (Hiligaynon), Batali (Kapampangan). Specimens were collected from Ambacan River at Baybay, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 2847, 7050. 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. 13460). Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. 3.40 cm TL male/unsexed ;2.65 cm TL female. Most of these were placed in a pond at Dulauan, Cotabato. Collected from Limnological Station, University of the Philippines Los Banos as specimen for the living fish museum (Ref. Reported from Balabac, Samar, Cebu, Siquijor, Mindanao, Palawan, Culion, and Samal Is. Museum: Iwahig river, Palawan, CAS 53949. Known in Calamianes Islands, northern Palawan (Ref. 439, 2060, 4924, 48613, 94476. 10888). Type locality, Lake Bato, Camarines Sur and Lake Lanigay, Albay, southern Luzon. 7223). Caused the extinction of 17 endemic cyprinid species and three genera of Lake Lanao (Ref. Described by Herre from the type (6.2 cm) and 17 cotypes (2.1-6.2 cm), from a creek at Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya, Luzon and 28 cotypes (2.0-5.2 cm) from a creek at Dupax (Ref. Silver grunt (English), Bakoko (Tagalog), Oto-ot (Banton), Agoot (Bikol), Ibalay (Bikol), Kiskisan (Bikol), Ulibalay (Bikol), Agoot (Cebuano), Lekpeh (Chavacano), Samu-ok (Davawenyo), Lined silver grunt (English), Silver spotted grunt (English), Alibalay (Hiligaynon), Baraw-baraw (Hiligaynon), Tabal (Hiligaynon), Ulibalay (Hiligaynon), Taguk-guk (Ilokano), Abo (Kagayanen), Agot (Kapampangan), Ulibalay (Kuyunon), Lepe (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Aguot (Tagalog), Aguut (Tagalog), Bakoko agurt (Tagalog), Balay (Tagalog), Ibalay (Tagalog), Ikuran (Tagalog), Ago-ot (Visayan), Likti (Visayan), Agoot (Waray-waray), Likti (Waray-waray). Specimens were collected from San Jose, Dulag, Leyte and Sohoton Cave, Basey River, Samar in 1993 (Ref. 10888) and 2008 survey (Ref. 280, 70969, 94476. 116448). A specimen was caught in 1989 with hook and line from Lake Manguao, Palawan (Ref. Also Ref. 58652). Collected by angling in Taytay Bay, Palawan, FRLM 12058 (Ref. 11224). Also Ref. 7223). 12768). Described from the type specimens, 9.4 and 14 cm, collected from Lake Manguao, near Taytay in northern Palawan (1913). 2929). Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Population probably has greatly declined in the country. 10888). 20.70 cm SL male/unsexed ;17.50 cm SL female. 10885). 7050, 94476. 81820). Dwarf freshwater goby (English), Dolong (Tagalog). Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. Reported from 1986 survey by Mercene (Ref. 13446), Laguna de Bay (Ref. Known from Lake Mainit, Mindanao (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). Museum: Nakoda Bay, USNM 98839, 150632. 13492), Lake Buhi (Ref. 94476. 7223). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. This species is popularly called yu-yu in Ifugao. Also reported from Taal Lake (Ref. 13460). 13446). Comprehensive information detailing physical appearance, habitat, ecology, and local names is provided for more than 90 fish families.Three major sections make up this guide:CHAPTER 1: How to Identify FishDescribes those characteristics that can be used to distinguish one family from another. Also Ref. 4735. identification in Philippines samples, especially between yellowfin and bigeye tunas, through genetic analyses and, if possible, to develop easy keys to separate these species based on the external characters. Introduced to Taal Lake, stocked from fingerlings, and had escaped from the cages (Ref. 45205) and San Miguel Bay (Ref. Also reported from Ormoc Bay (Ref. 280, 12157. 280, 94476. Migrated into Lake Mainit via the Tubay River, Mindanao (Ref. Genevieve Broad is a volunteer professional with the UK's Voluntary Service Overseas - Philippines Program and has over 2 years of experience working in fishing communities of Southern Luzon. Safeguarding these services requires the rapid identification of reefs that provide most services, and identification is best made by measuring hard coral cover and diversity and using updated and locally relevant assessment scales on these measurements. Prized food fish, processed dried in Palawan and the Visayas (Ref. 108830), Lake Naujan (Ref. Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Described from specimens caught in Laguna de Bay, at Calamba, Los Banos, Lumbang, Santa Cruz, Laguna (Ref. 7223). Reported from Dampalit, Malabon; Orani, Bataan; Balayan, Batangas; Bulan, Sorsogon; Dumaguete, Negros Oriental; Zamboanga, Mindanao (Ref. 1739, 4867, 28007, 4735. 95183). 94476). ; Ilocos Sur; Bontoc, Mt. 045161) is questionable as this species is known to be endemic to Australia. Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84127 (Ref. Adult and juvenile specimens were caught by light-fishing off Calauit I. and El Nido (see author's remarks Ref. Celebes longfin eel (English), Igat (Tagalog), Casili (Cebuano), Kasili (Cebuano), Kasili (Davawenyo), Kasili (Visayan), Kasili (Waray-waray). 12591, 12738. These apps can be used for different purposes and by different people – from anglers to divers. 81207). Known from Solsona, Batac, Laoag, Bacarra and Dingras (Ref. 43716). 7223) and Lanuza Bay (Ref. 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. 4537. Also Ref. Previously cultured in the past (Ref. 81829). Reported from Lake Mainit (Ref. Recorded from Candaba Swamp and Pampanga River (Ref. Also collected from Lake Manguao, northern Palawan in 1913 and from Puerto Princesa in 1908. Abundant in Lake Bombon (=Taal) (Ref. Also Ref. Anadromous in the country (Ref. Also Ref. Also Ref. Eel goby (English), Baliga (Tagalog), Eel shaped goby (English), Ribbon shaped goby (English), Bia (Tagalog). 393, 9987. 10885) reported that juveniles and mature individuals are found in all months of their sampling; with spawning peak between October and March. Selecting an identification tool 25 4.1 Users 25 4.2 Selection criteria 25 4.2.1 Response time 28 13499); Rio Chico, Bontoc, Mt. 2929). 119549). 4867, 50320, 13446), Lake Buluan (Ref. Museum: Western Calatagan, Batangas, UPZM 5244. 6096) and in 1973 from Israel (Ref. Reintroduced in 1972 from Thailand (Ref. May have split from the marine, Recorded from Hagonoy, Bulacan, Manila Bay, Laguna de Bay and Taal, Batangas. 7223). Museum specimens collected in 1984 from various localities, LRS-84137 (Ref. Occurs in lower reaches of large rivers. 58652), Lake Mainit (Ref. 4343. Completely dominated natural populations in lakes and rivers and the indigenous. Reported from Palawan (Ref. Known from Bombon (=Taal) lake (Ref. 280). 1739). Also Ref. 12157). Also Ref. Also Ref. Bangus (Agutaynen), Bangyos (Banton), Awa (Bikol), Bangus (Bolinao), Bangus (Cebuano), Bagus (Chavacano), Bangus (Davawenyo), Milkfish (English), Bangrus (Hiligaynon), Bangus (Ilokano), Bangus (Kagayanen), Bangos (Kapampangan), Bangus (Kuyunon), Bandong (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Awa (Pangasinan), Bangus (Surigaonon), Bangus (Tagalog), Modbod (Visayan), Bangrus (Waray-waray), Banglus (Bikol), Bangrus (Bikol), Bangus (Bikol), Banlus (Bikol), Awa (Cebuano), Bangros (Hiligaynon), Awa (Ilokano), Banglot (Ilokano), Bugi (Ilokano), Balayongan (Kuyunon), Banglos (Kuyunon), Buto bangolos (Kuyunon), Bangilis (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Bangos (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Bangus (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Buetil (Pangasinan), Banglis (Tagalog), Banglos (Tagalog), Bangos (Tagalog), Bangris (Tagalog), Garongin (Tagalog), Kakawag (Tagalog), Kawag-kawag (Tagalog), Lumulokso (Tagalog), Sabalo (Tagalog), Awa (Visayan), Awa-awa (Visayan), Banato (Visayan), Banglis (Visayan), Banglus (Visayan), Bangos (Visayan), Bangros (Visayan), Bangus (Waray-waray), Buro (Tagalog), Daeng (Tagalog). 81820). Also Ref. Collected from Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija as specimen for living fish museum (Ref. Bagangan (Tagalog), Bagangan (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Manalak (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Manalak (Tagalog). Type locality of. Specimens were collected from Lagu Lagu creek, Layog River at Balinsasayao, and at the Daguitan bridge, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. Also Ref. 58022, 94476. 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). 13460). Found in Lake Buhi (Ref. 7223). Type locality, Zamboanga, Mindanao (Ref. 2847, 48489. 81820). Also known from San Vicente, N. Luzon (Ref. General fish features. 45161), Panguil Bay (Ref. 4867, 13446). Endemic status computed from FishBase data (country records, occurrences records in literature and in point data) on 16/07/08. Tumba (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug), Katapa-tapa (Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug). Different names can be given to the same fish and a name can be applied to multiple fish—and that's just in the same dialect and region. 439). 280).It is believed to be the only freshwater sardine in the Philippines which immigrated from Balayan Bay to Taal Lake (Ref. 80824); Lake Paoay, Ilocos Norte; Magat R, Nueva Viscaya; Lake Bato and Lake Buhi, Camarines Sur; Cagayan River, Isabela (Ref. 81820). Type locality, Abra Province: Abra River, Bangued / Ilocos Norte Province: Laoag River / Mindanao: Lanao Province: Titunod River, Kolambugan (Ref. Also Ref. 2930, 13446). Specimens were collected from Kiga creek, Ambacan River at Baybay, and a small creek in Guadalupe, Leyte in 1993 (Ref. 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