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the florida aquarium in tampa, fl (lots of pics)

Discussion in 'Zoo Trips (Man Made Habitats)' started by xgrafcorex, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. Sunset

    Sunset Arachnoknight Old Timer

    tarsier the last pic you forgot the gobeys to
  2. DDaake

    DDaake Arachnobaron

    Great pics. I especially like the reef aquarium and jellyfish pics, but the Snook pics (behind the ray).......Yummy! Although I can't seem to catch any myself. I'm not much of a fisherman. Thx D
  3. Actually pearly jaw fish and a boxfish...and the puffer is an atlantic puffer just my 2 cents......
  4. I gotta penny too!

    Pearly jaw fish.....they are fun....Make mess of sand though.....bury rocks deep!..........Jason View attachment 81006
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2009
  5. Lucas339

    Lucas339 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    its actually a stripped bur fish.

    we don't really refer to them as trumpet mouths. we call the trumpet fish.

    the "tounge" photo isn't a tounge of anything. it is the radula to a gastropod.
  6. Herpetologydude

    Herpetologydude Arachnosquire

    This Looks like a Radula from some species of Mollusk (i'd venture to guess a snail) Its like a little grinding mouth part they use :)
  7. Lucas339

    Lucas339 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    as i said. a radula from a gastropod.....

    <----mollusk taxonomist.....
  8. Herpetologydude

    Herpetologydude Arachnosquire

    Haha Didn't even see your post before :) I just replied when I saw the picture on the 1st page!

    So it is a gastropod radula then, My Invertebrate zoology class served me well last semester :)
  9. D3AdB0DYMAN

    D3AdB0DYMAN Arachnopeon

    nice photos
  10. Miss Bianca

    Miss Bianca Arachnoprince

    Yes, these are great.
    Would like to visit that aquarium next time I'm in FL.
  11. cannabeast

    cannabeast Arachnosquire

    very nice pictures, i especially liked the baby gators! thanks for the great photos!
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