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Saltwater Sucker Fish?

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Mynameskenny19

Yeah, we just got back from collecting and I caught a few of these fish that look like sucker fish, but theyre saltwater. Any ideas on what they might be??? I'll take some pictures and post them on here in about 15 minutes.

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Mynameskenny19

The first few pics are of the "sucker fish" and the rest are these awesome crabs i caught [haha, very funny]

and the last pics are of the other awesome fish i caught.

 

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itzclayyo

idk what that is but its awesome!

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Mynameskenny19

Which creature are you talking about? lol

 

When I caught the sucker fish, they just latch on to my finger and theyre hard as hell to pull off!

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itzclayyo

all of them, their all so cool

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Mynameskenny19

Yeah, but if only i knew what they are!!!!!

 

Do you know of anybody that might know of what I have??

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Reznor252
Yeah, but if only i knew what they are!!!!!

 

Do you know of anybody that might know of what I have??

 

Looks like a lamprey.

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scottyreef
Looks like a lamprey.

 

definitely not

 

its a flathead clingfish a common tidepool inhabitant They will feed on small snails, worms and shrimp

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Mynameskenny19

Wow scotty! Thanks a lot man!!! You really solved my problem! So what should i feed these guys? Moon snails?

 

Haha, I just noticed that almost everytime I have something that needs identifying, you happen to know what it is. Just a thought out loud.

 

And its definately not a lamprey cuz those are around 2 feet and look like an eel.

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scottyreef

clingfish are kind of envasive they are voracious eaters they need a good supply of snails. moon snail shoud be fine but they will eat anything and they are quick breeders. i grew up on on the pacifi coast so cold water inverts and what i have a good idea of what they are. i guess i should start a coldwater tank i have had tidepool tanks i have keep for a couple months outside but nothing with a chiller so i guess i should look in to getting in the the cold water genre

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Mynameskenny19

Yeah, that would be awesome! With your knowledge, who knows, mayboe your tank will be pretty bada$$!!!

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