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Oriental Weatherfish
Oriental Weatherfish
Photo courtesy of Ryan Hill, Wikipedia

Invasive Species - Oriental Weatherfish

Oriental Weatherfish (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)

Oriental weatherfish have long, cylindrical, eel-like body and a mouth that is small, narrow and has six barbells. Potentially, weatherfish could impact native species by predation and competition for food and habitat.

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