This week we show you the biggest freshwater eel you have ever seen. We have added more important pages from the old site, including the dissection of a Bluespotted Flathead. Many of the fieldwork pages have also been added. We are working flat out because Rebecca, our champion web helper is only with us until the end of June!
Seishi Hagihara from the Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, shows us just how large a Giant Mottled Eel can grow. The species isn't called 'giant' for nothing.
The 'Dissection of a Bluespotted Flathead' has been migrated from the old site. View the introductory page for this dissection and the dissection of a Blue Mackerel.
Two image galleries and a single image showing past fieldtrips have been added.
Eastern Fiddler Ray, Trygonorrhina fasciata
Eastern Hulafish, Trachinops taeniatus
River Blackfish, Gadopsis marmoratus
Snake Mackerel, Gempylus serpens
Yellowmargin Triggerfish, Pseudobalistes flavimarginatus
The following pages have been migrated from the old site. Some lack images, but these will be added soon.