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sailfin:

see mollymolly
or mollie,
New World fish of the genus Poecilia, which includes the guppy or rainbow fish, Poecilia reticulata. Mollies, which are related to the killifishes, are found from the E and central United States to Argentina.
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Donato Bojo, zoology technician of the regional PAMBCS office, said he was confident that the sailfin lizard habitat would be declared as a protected area in the next few months.
Evaluation of growth and energy storage as biological markers of DDT exposure in sailfin mollies.
They used Xen as the VMM and open source components such as Kamailio and the Sailfin SIP servlet server.
Amazon sailfin catfish Pterygoplichthys Pardalis (Castellnnau, 1855) (loricariidae, Siluriformes), a new fish species recorded in the Serbian section of the Danube river.
Compensatory growth response of sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna (Lesueur, 1821) to starvation and refeeding.
"Some of the boats belong to Korean People's Army fishery stations, possibly operating to catch sailfin sandfish," said An Chan-il, who served in the North's army as a junior officer before defecting to South Korea in 1979 and now heads a private think tank on North Korea in Seoul.
Here, an Agta man shows a Philippine sailfin lizard that was also caught in the forest.
Identification of sailfin catfish (Teleostei: Loricariidae) in southeastern asia.
Specimens were identified as vermiculated sailfin Pterygioplichthys disjunctivus (Weber 1991), a native to the Madeira River drainage of the Amazon basin in Brazil and Bolivia and the main nuisance species in Mexico, USA, Philippines and Taiwan.
The South American Sailfin Armored Catfish, Liposarcus multiradiatus (Hancock), a new exotic established in Puerto Rican fresh waters.
Studies on feeding ecology of sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna) dwelling in Wadi Haneefah stream, Riyadh.
Lead acetate is also been found causing histological damage in gills and digestive system leading to reduced growth in silver sailfin, Poecilia latipinna (Mobarak et al., 2011).