Opublikowany 16 gru 2019
Mudskippers gets what they gets and don't throws the fits.
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Thank you to all of these researchers and enthusiasts that gave permission for me to share their work with you!
Prof. Dr. U. Kutschera
Sandy Kawano*, Ph.D
and Richard Blob @ Clemson U
also with Benjamin McInroe @ Clemson U
* special big thanks to Dr. Kawano for being generous with her time and knowledge!
Dr. S. Tonia Hsieh
Zenzo Tazawa - tazawatanks.com
Dr. Krijn Michel
Dr. Atsushi Ishimatsu
There is also a wonderful resource on Mudskippers at www.themudskipper.org/
run by Gianluca Polgar, who was kind enough to point out two mistakes i made in this video:
- At min 1.43-1.49: that is a blenny of the genus Andamia, not a mudskipper.
- Not all mudskippers have fused pelvic fins that are used as suckers
Aside from calling a dolphin a fish - which i actually find kind of funny in context :)
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