Golden and green sailfin sandfish are caught unusually often in Akita West coast of Japan

In Oga city and Nikaho city of Akita prefecture in West coast of Japan, golden sailfin sandfish are caught unusually often.

On 12/21/2012, one of the golden sailfin (19cm long) sandfish was landed in Oga city. On 12/17/2012, another one (22cm) was landed in Nikaho city. The one with pale green abdomen and fin (25cm) was also landed.

The fisher who fished the colored sailfin sandfish wonders why they keep fishing golden and green sailfin sandfish.


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Des toroumoques dorés et verts inhabituellement pris plus souvent dans Akita, sur la cote ouest du Japon

Dans les villes d’Oga et de Nikaho de la préfecture d’Akita sur la côte ouest du Japon, des toroumoques (Arctoscopus japonicus lien) dorés sont pris plus souvent, de façon inhabituelle.

Le 21 décembre 2012, un de ces toroumoques dorés (19 cm long) a atterri dans la ville d’Oga. Le 17 décembre 2012, un autre  (22 cm) dans celle de Nikaho. celui à l’abdomen vert pale et fin (25 cm) y était aussi.

Le pêcheur qui a attrapé ces toroumoques colorés se demande pourquoi il en attrape des dorés et des verts.


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