Dear FishBase Guestbook users,

Welcome to our new and improved site!

In the past, spammers have succeeded in making our guestbook unusable. Thus, in our aspiration to keep the site as simple as possible yet functional, we came up with this new version protected by a captcha system. We have checked and cleaned the database, keeping all good postings. However, note that the record numbers are tentative, we may need to change them in the coming months, and that the site is without registration at the moment. Please bear with us as we continuously develop this site to maximize service to fish enthusiasts all over the world. Feel free to comment on this version and make suggestions for improvements.

Lastly, may we clarify that the Guestbook is where you may express your thoughts about our website and/or provide comments on our work which donít necessarily need a response. If you wish to make technical comments and inquiries that needs scientific responses from experts in our team or other entities/groups that wishes to share their knowledge on the subject at hand, then you may use our Fish Forum for that purpose.


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Guestbook entries for 2004
Guest # Name Address Comment Date Institution
2243 Jim
This site has a really great database on fish. We are building a really great database on the health benefits that people who are taking mangosteen are receiving. To find out more about the benefits you can receive from taking mangosteen visit www.mangosteen.ca.
2004-12-31 17:53:05 Mangosteen.ca
2242 Cesar Santos Av. Beira Mar, s/n
Uma ferramenta de grande utilidade para a ictiologia.
2004-12-31 04:47:31
2241 Dino Ioannidis Toftegaardsvaenget 104- 3480 Fredensborg
Very interesting, thank you.
2004-12-30 00:58:54 Frozen & Fresh fish business
2240 Ian Pickering Caddington
Interesting site. I've had little chance to explore it yet having learned of its existence through Charles Clover's "The end of the line", an interesting and frightening book that is well worth reading.
2004-12-28 08:25:28 Recreational sea angling
2239 Paula Barja Rua Pinto Guedes 44/501
i really like this web site... very usefull
2004-12-25 13:09:48 Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
2238 Dionisio Villa 3107 SW 21 Pl Cape Coral - Florida 33914
Muchas grasias por este servisio que les brinda al mundo en la red de internet ,grasias a su esfuerso por este home page,pude encontrar la informasion deseada.
2004-12-25 08:33:30 Empire Marine Corp.
2237 Jacques Vernaillen Beekstraat 13 B9506 Geraardsbergen
Proficiat met jullie website. Interessant voor al wie van natuur en zeker van vissen houdt.
2004-12-25 06:06:57
2236 Hilter
Interesting site !
2004-12-24 04:07:25
2235 Bob Trotta
I think the fishbase website is an excellent resource for any student.
2004-12-23 08:16:18
2234 David Schiedt 5088 Orchard Court, Golden, CO 80403
2004-12-22 22:27:59 Hobbist
2233 M.Ben-Yami 2 Dekel St., K.Tiv'on 36056
Very useful. Thanks!
2004-12-22 06:01:46 freelance
2232
Dear Colleagues I have lots of stuff (pdf, reprints - please give a postal address, photos, etc...) and I need to update my profile. I'm having access problems with my collaborator ID although password seems to be ok. Could you please help on that? Many thanks and best regards
2004-12-22 05:24:36
2231 Tony Lamb 158 Springbluff Heights SW, Calgary, TeH 5E5
Tremendous site.....very useful reference.....nice photographs. It's unfortunate I'm unable to have the information right at my fingertips when I'm underwater cruising a reef! Just kidding. What I like to do is remember and thoroughly research five or six fish or creatures each time I dive. Not bad. Ten, twenty, or thirty dives and you can lock a considerable amount of knowledge in the cranium! Anyway, thanks for an awesome website! Cheers Tony Lamb Calgary, Canada
2004-12-19 10:30:16 Scuba Divers Dinner Group - Calgary
2230 Horst Hohoff
2004-12-19 05:03:52
2229 Scott Owen
I greatly appreciate all the work that goes on by those involved in this site. I am basically an aquaria hobbyist, I was looking for some info on a certain fish and it's natural environment and I got some great info on where I might look, ie: what rivers the fish naturally lives in, what regions of Central America, some habitat info. Great site!! I was however looking for more plant info on this fish, but I think that your site has done me a great service. Thank you for all the hard work that you do here!! Scott Owen
2004-12-18 06:09:51
2228 BRANTHOME David 2 Boulevard Gambetta 87 000 Limoges
2004-12-18 04:41:42 aquarium du Limousin
2227
i consider your project very interesting, and i hope your data will grow, in information about the species and in photos. I have some photos of Portuguese fishes, and i can contribute with some for you. I notice that you don't have image of Rutilus macrolepidotus, there are a Portuguese book that have photos of them, and your team could ask for autorization to use it. It's importante that people know the species of their country and to reconize it so they can protect them. Congratulations for your work
2004-12-14 17:14:43 ESAS
2226 Docteur Oubri Bassa GBATI Service de Parasitologie et Zoologie EISMV BP 5077 Dakar
2004-12-10 07:26:39
2225 Jessie n/a
i love fish!
2004-12-10 06:33:50 school
2224 Stefano Peruzzi Tromso University, Breivika, N-9037
Very useful site for both academics and students.
2004-12-10 06:15:17 Norwegian College Fishery Science
2223 Rafael Sales Bandeira Dom Manoel de Medeiros Street, SN, Recife-Pernambuco
2004-12-09 06:33:09 UFRPE
2222 JERRY LEOW K6-2-05 kenari court, jalan pandan indah 6/1,kuala lumpur
I BELIEVE I HAVE FOUND A NEW SPECIES OF BETTA FISH (SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH). IT LIVE AT RIVER MOUTH. ADAPTED TO BOTH SEA AND FRESH WATER. ABOUT 150CM. COLOURFUL AT BOTTOM FIM. HOW DO I TAG IT SCCIENTIFICALLY? I HAVE SCAN THROUGH ALL THE WILD BETTA SECTOR TOGETHER WITH OTHER SITE BUT SURE NOTHING COME CLOSE TO MINE DISCOVERY. PLEASE LET KNOW THE PROCEDURE. THANKS JERRY LEOW
2004-12-03 01:48:43
2221 Jesmond Dalli
Dear Authors, first of all I would like to say that this is a very nicely organised site which has been of great assistance to my colleagues and me during our studies at university. However I would like to point out a discrepancy that I came across on the data provided for one species, the Portugese dogfish (Centroscymnus coelolepis). This species species has been described as one of the species recorded in the Maltese Islands, and the local reference given was that of Lanfranco (1993). However in this reference there is no mention at all of this speceis. I also contacted Alex Buttigieg and he confirmed with me that when he provided a list of elasmobranchs which had been mentioned in the local literature the aforementioned species was not amongst these organisms. In this respect I have to point out that during a study I conducted at the university of Malta and which has been presented in part fulfillement of my masters degree, I did record this species in the catches landed by the local fishermen, and have also photographs of the aforementioned species, which I would gladly forward upon request. Hope that the information provided will be of use to you. Thanks once again for putting this website together. Regards Jesmond Dalli
2004-11-27 06:32:00
2220 senthil.S thanjavur
2004-11-26 22:11:45 SASTRA
2219 Prof. Dr. Gonzalo Lozano Faculty of Biology. 38206 La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands.
2004-11-26 15:29:19 University of La Laguna
2218 daraktsis kiriakos kavala
2004-11-26 11:18:11 fish
2217 CARLOS ANDRES PEREZ TRISTANCHO
2004-11-24 21:19:07
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2004-11-24 03:07:55
2215 Clive Washington
Finally, someone has worked out what computers are for.
2004-11-18 16:18:55
2214 Hailey
This is a really good site and helped me with my homework!!!
2004-11-17 17:30:51


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