UBC Institute of Fisheries Field Records

UBC Institute of Fisheries Field Record B.C. 57-92


C40 Epinephelus labriformis [note:] NMC (2); C55 Chromis atrilobatus (1); C40 Apogon retrosella [note:] NMC (15); C57 Pseudojulis notospilus [note:] NMC (3); C86 Xesurus punctatus [note:] NMC (4); C55 Microspathodon dorsalis [note:] NMC (2); C55 Pomacentrus flavilatus [note:] NMC (1); C55 Pomacentrus rectifraenum [note:] NMC (5); C81 Ogilbia ventralis (4); C10 Lile stolifera [note:] NMC (ser); C10 Clupeidae larvae [note:] NMC (5); C40 Rypticus saponaceus bicolor [note:] NMC (3); C76 Cynoscartes atlanticus (2); C50 Haemulon sexfasciatum [note:] NMC (1); C60 Cirrhitus rivulatus [note:] NMC (1); C58 Holacanthus passer [note:] NMC (1); C31 Muraena lentiginosa [note:] NMC (3); On the way across the harbor at about 9 A.M. the water was quite calm. We saw a number of sea snares resting at the surface - collected 5 for the aquarium. Most common fish species at site of poisoning were Microspathodon dorsalis, Apogon retrosella, a brotulid [?] and Epinephelus

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