Jan 2, 1990

Fish List - The race to 200

Well, catching 100 different species was fun (click here for details). But do you know what would be even more fun? 200! Here goes nothing!


119. Family: Ginglymostomatidae
Ginglymostoma cirratum
Nurse Shark
Gulf of Mexico, St. Petersburg, Florida

118. Family: Haemulidae
Haemulon aurolineatum
Tomtate Grunt
Gulf of Mexico, St. Petersburg, Florida

117. Family: Tetradontidae
Sphoeroides nephelus
Southern Puffer
Tampa Bay, Florida

116. Family: Ariidae
Bagre marinus
Gafftopsail Catfish
Tampa Bay, Florida

115. Family: Ephippidae
Chaetodipterus faber
Atlantic Spadefish
Tampa Bay, Florida


114. Family: Lutjanidae
Lutjanus synagris
Lane Snapper
Gulf of Mexico, Dunedin, Florida

113. Family: Haemulidae
Haemulon plumierii
White Grunt
Gulf of Mexico, Dunedin, Florida

112. Family: Haemulidae
Orthopristis chrysoptera
Pigfish
Gulf of Mexico, Dunedin, Florida

111. Family: Sparidae
Lagodon rhomboides
Pinfish
Gulf of Mexico, Dunedin, Florida

110. Family: Lutjanidae
Lutjanus griseus
Mangrove Snapper
Gulf of Mexico, Dunedin, Florida

  109. Family: Ariidae
Ariopsis felis
Hardhead Catfish
Tampa Bay, Florida

  108. Family: Salmonidae
Salvelinus namaycush
Lake Trout
Cle Elem Lake, Washington

 
  107. Family: Scombridae
Scomber japonicus
Pacific (Chub) Mackerel
Pacific Ocean, Westport, Washington

 106. Family: Cyprinidae
Tinca tinca
Tench
Medical Lake, Washington
  105. Family: Cottidae
Chitonotus pugetensis
Roughback Sculpin
Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington

 104. Family: Clupeidae
Clupea pallasii
Pacific Herring
Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
 
 103. Family: Salmonidae
Oncorhyncus keta
Chum Salmon
Green River, Washington


 102. Family: Paralichthyidae
Citharichthys sordidus
Pacific Sanddab
Puget Sound, Seattle, Washington
 
101. Family: Chimaeridae
Hydrolagus colliei
Spotted Ratfish
Puget Sound, Seattle, Washington

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