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    olly
    Participant

    Thanks Matt. Very interesting.

    Did crocodiles have a full bellies after your sampling? A pic please Wink

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Cheers guys! Olly, no crocs seen thankfully, only a couple of harmless water snakes. ūüôā

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    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Thanks for the pics Matt. Keep them coming!

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Ok. Kiss Next stop was a small affluent of the Sungai Pur, a tributary within the Terengganu River system and home to a nice diversity of species including a fair amount of loach filth.

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     Rasbora paucisqualis

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    Pangio piperata

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     Pangio filinaris with P. piperata behind.

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     Balitoropsis zollingeri

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     Barbodes binotatus

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     Hemibagrus capitulum

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     Garra cf. cambodgiensis

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    Leiocassis poecilopterus

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     Rasbora notura

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     Batasio fluviatilis Рat the southern extreme of its range.012-1.jpg

     Nemacheilus selangoricus

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     Acantopsis dialuzona

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     Aperioptus pictorius (previously known as Acanthopsoides molobrion).

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     Osteochilus waandersii

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     Doryichthys martensii

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     Silurichthys schneideri

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    Homaloptera ogilviei

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    Macrognathus circumcinctus

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     Homalopteroides tweediei

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    Nanobagrus fuscus

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     Glyptothorax cf. major

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     Pangio semicinctus

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    #355284

    Plaamoo
    Participant

    Lots of great fish there! Love the ogleviei. Also like the g major. They were thick in the Thai streams that I snorkled. Your photo tank works well, nice pics.

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    Thanks Jim, one of my main regrets from the trip is failing to snorkel much – too much time was required to make pics of all the species we caught.

    Next we visited another tributary within the Sungai Terengganu basin. It started to rain quite heavily as soon as we arrived, so we only made photos of the species we hadn’t yet collected, but this place was full of fishes.

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    Schismatogobius cf. marmoratus

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    Homaloptera parclitella

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     Amblyceps foratum

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    The type localities of Betta stigmosa and Homaloptera parclitella were close by so we decided to take a look, although we had no permission to collect in this protected area. No fish seen due to torrential rain.

    Type locality of Betta stigmosa:

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     Type locality of Homaloptera parclitella:

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    Sungai Berang, yet another tributary in the Sungai Terengganu basin, after the storm. No fishing done here as it was already time to head back to our lodgings for the night.

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