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Fish as art.
Title: Red And Blue Beauty
Title: Blue Koi
The common pleco (hypostomus plecostomus), armored catfish or suckermouth catfish, is native to northeast Brazil, the Guianas, and Trinidad and Tobago. They are bottom feeders, eating mostly algae.
They have also been illegally introduced into many waters around the world.
The Florida gar (lepisosteus platyrhynchus) can be found from the Georgia watersheds of the Savannah and Ochlokonee rivers down into and throughout Florida. Look for them in medium to large lowland streams and rivers, canals and lakes with muddy or sandy bottoms with nearby underwater vegetation.
They eat fish, shrimp and crayfish.
The largemouth bass (micropterus salmoides) also called black bass, is native to southeastern Canada, the eastern United States and northern Mexico. A member of the sunfish family, this gamefish can be found in streams, rivers, lakes, ponds and reservoirs. Generally look for the smaller fish in the shallower water and the larger fish in the deeper water.
They eat fish, shrimp, crayfish, insects, snails, frogs, snakes, eels, salamander, bats, small birds, mammals and baby alligators.
The blue tilapia (oreochromis aureus) can be found in lakes, ponds, streams, and canals. It is very tolerant of salt water and can be found on the shores of Tampa Bay. The spotted tilapia is also found in Florida Waters, but the blue tilapia is by far the dominant one. They are native to tropical and subtropical Africa and the middle east..
They feed mainly on algae, diatoms and plant material.
Tarpon as art.
Title: A Flash Of Silver
Title: Atlantic Tarpon
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Title: Florida Gar
Title: Largemouth Bass
Title: Common Pleco With Bream
Title: Common Pleco
Title: Blue Tilapia