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Fishes . Schneider). Noank, Conn. In Tetraodon the nasal tentacle is without distinct opening,its tip being merely spongy. The species of this genus areeven more inflatable and are often strikingly colored, the youngsometimes having the belly marked by concentric stripes ofblack which disappear with age. Tetraodon hispidus aboundsin estuaries and shallow bays from Hawaii to India. InHawaii, it is regarded as the most poisonous of all fishes(muki-muki) and it is said that its gall was once used to 632 Series Plectognathi poison arrows. Tetraodon faliaka is a related species, thefirst known of t

Fishes . Schneider). Noank, Conn. In Tetraodon the nasal tentacle is without distinct opening,its tip being merely spongy. The species of this genus areeven more inflatable and are often strikingly colored, the youngsometimes having the belly marked by concentric stripes ofblack which disappear with age. Tetraodon hispidus aboundsin estuaries and shallow bays from Hawaii to India. InHawaii, it is regarded as the most poisonous of all fishes(muki-muki) and it is said that its gall was once used to 632 Series Plectognathi poison arrows. Tetraodon faliaka is a related species, thefirst known of t Stock Photo
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Fishes . Schneider). Noank, Conn. In Tetraodon the nasal tentacle is without distinct opening,its tip being merely spongy. The species of this genus areeven more inflatable and are often strikingly colored, the youngsometimes having the belly marked by concentric stripes ofblack which disappear with age. Tetraodon hispidus aboundsin estuaries and shallow bays from Hawaii to India. InHawaii, it is regarded as the most poisonous of all fishes(muki-muki) and it is said that its gall was once used to 632 Series Plectognathi poison arrows. Tetraodon faliaka is a related species, thefirst known of the family. It is found in the Nile. TetraodonlacrymatHS, black with white spots, is common in Polyne;ia.Tetraodon aerostaticus, with black spots, is frequently taken inJapan, and Tetraodon setosus is frequent on the west coastof Mexico. This species is subject to peculiar changes of color.Normally dark brown, with paler spots, it is sometimes deepblue, sometimes lemon-yellow and sometimes of mixed shades.. :Si:^^M:£ff

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