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Projected started March 25, 2012

 

 

Welcome to Dr. Labbish Chao
Photo Album of Serrasalminae Fish

These images belong to Dr. Labbish Chao (Bio-Amazonia Conservation International) Projeto Piaba and may not be duplicated, replicated nor linked to without express permission of Dr. Chao of Bio-Amazonia Conservation or the web site designer Frank Magallanes, OPEFE.

 

We have many images of different piranhas, pacus, silver dollars and other fish forms for you to examine. 

The majority of images are of wild-caught fishes and most have their scientific name captioned below each image and locality. There are over 100 images of fishes from various localities. The taxonomic names of each fish, unless otherwise noted, was posted by Mr. Frank Magallanes, OPEFE.

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S. rhombeus.  Photo by Dr. Labbish Chao

Click the fish image (S. rhombeus) ABOVE  to enter main photo album in order to see  a variety of areas and rivers (Bacelos, Manaus, Xingu, Rio Solimoes, Rio Negro, etc.) where many species of Serrasalminae fish are found.

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The male Catoprion mento is commonly called the wimple piranha. Photo by Dr. Labbish Chao.

Click on the fish ABOVE and it will take you to more additional photos of Serrasalminae fish.  

Comments? Questions?

Please feel free to contact Frank Magallanes  if you have any questions by clicking HERE.

Please visit Project Piaba (Project Ornamental Fishes) by clicking HERE.

All images shown are the property of Dr. Labbish Chao, Bio-Amazonia Conservation, 191 Davis Ave., Brookline, MA 02445. All imagesİ are protected under international copyrighted law. Permission to duplicate electronically or by other means is specifically prohibited without permission of Dr. Labbish Chao.

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