Specimen #005B – Pisces canticis

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Date: 27 May, 2018

Location: Koh Lon, Thailand

Collected by: #DiNaCon

Observations: This small fish may only transport his thimble-home by puffing himself up to carry it. When deflated, he reduces dramatically in size, and the thimble provides ample accommodation for two. He attracts his mate by blowing through tiny holes in the walls and making a flute-like song, akin to an ocarina.

Common predators: Anguillacanis

Methods: analysis by Demitasse image recognition.

Specimen
original specimen – captured by #DiNaCon
Demitasse image recognition results
Demitasse image recognition results

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