Saturday, May 29, 2010

Fishing pattern

Eel fishing


Today we'll talk about another moustached our water "Ţiparu" is an over the Danube but is found in other areas of our country, sport fishers will meet in the lowland rivers and waters with muddy bottoms. Eel is a freshwater fish not only grow to a high of 300 g greutae prefer muddy bottoms with plenty of vegetation rummages throughout the lake bottom, where swallows and mud, along with their favorite food, which consists of particles of vegetation, organic detritus, worms, aquatic larvae, small crustaceans, worms, small mollusks etc.. Usually feeds at night, the day being inactive, more buried in mud. Reproductive period the pattern is from March to August, the female deposits her eggs, generally three-part, all eggs 10000-15000.

Scientific name: Misgurnus fossilis. Popular names: chişcar. Family: Cobitidae. Spread throughout the Basin waters of South-east and central. In our encounters particularly lowland rivers and lakes, muddy. Dimensions Normally, the pattern has a length of 20-25 cm and weighing 100-150 grams, exceptionally reaching up to a length of 35 cm and weighing 300 grams. Description The body is long, cylindrical. The BOT has ten whiskers arranged as follows: four on top of the upper lip, two in the four corners of the mouth and lower lip, lower. The color is mottled brown. The body is elongated and thick, almost cylindrical in section, covered with small scales and mucous layer, which make it slippery. The head is thick, slightly compressed laterally. Crescent mouth, low, fleshy upper lip, continued. The pattern has 10 whiskers, of which 6 near the mouth, and two short mandible. Eye, each pattern has a sharp thorn, well hidden under the skin. Laterally compressed caudal peduncle and caudal fin rounded. Cape fish has scales, instead Isthmus completely scaled. Dorsal is dark brown, spotted with small blackish spots. This area is bordered by a brown stripe narrow, black, which stretches along the whole body of fish. Below this stripe, the fish body is tan, followed by a new edge swarthy, wider, the eyes to the caudalei. Below this stripe, the body is yellow rust, brown spots, followed by a third stripe swarthy, broken and narrow fins are dark pattern with dark spots. Staining pattern varies greatly by degree of intensity and color limpiditate aquatic environment in which they live.

Prefers waters statutes lifestyle, poor oxygen. From their mud feeds on insect larvae, worms, snails.

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