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Witfull

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You Scored 15 out of 15

This gives you a grade of A+. WOW! You aced it. You're a pro.

Question 1 - Correct.

Question 2 - Correct.

Question 3 - Correct.

Question 4 - Correct.

Question 5 - Correct.

Question 6 - Correct.

Question 7 - Correct.

Question 8 - Correct.

Question 9 - Correct.

Question 10 - Correct.

Question 11 - Correct.

Question 12 - Correct.

Question 13 - Correct.

Question 14 - Correct.

Question 15 - Correct.
 

Curtswearing

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Maxx is having internet connection problems but he pointed out to me that there is an error in the quiz. He told me over the phone that number 12 is a Humu Humu trigger and not a picasso trigger.

Here's a link

Humuhumukununukuapua

I'm glad he pointed this error out because I get to add a point to my score now. I looked at that pic and said that doesn't look like any picasso I have ever seen so it must be a black trigger.

Picasso Trigger
 

NaH2O

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Hey Curt - me too...I thought the same thing...even toyed with thinking it might be a juvenile or something. Whew!
 

NaH2O

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Edit...I think this quiz should have had scientific names....there are so many common names for fish - it can be difficult at times.
 

spooda420

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Curtswearing said:


I'm glad he pointed this error out because I get to add a point to my score now. I looked at that pic and said that doesn't look like any picasso I have ever seen so it must be a black trigger.

Picasso Trigger
yeah me too... process of elimination i had to go with the incorect answer...

14/15 then

yeah gold star for me!!!!
 

Witfull

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the scientic name can change almost as fast as the common names as well. or can have 2 different scientic names depending on who you talk to, they fight and argue over reclassifications and depends on who has accepted the reclass or not.

i had the advantage of 20+ yrs of LFS work,,,ive seen every common name possible!

one day for fun i labeled all the fish by latin name and confused the customers to no end,,,summer time in a LFS can be slow and you need to create fun!
 

Ritsuko Nashida

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13 for 15 not too bad. Not quiet as good as I thought I would have done......Do I get to add one for the snafu on the one question?:lol: It was one of the two I suposedly missed.....
 
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Schottman

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Mar 22, 2004
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Tacoma Washington
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You Scored 13 out of 15

This gives you a grade of B+. Very Good! You only missed a few

Question 1 - Correct.

Question 2 - Correct.

Question 3 - Correct.

Question 4 - Incorrect. Actual Answer was: Bullethead Parrotfish.

Question 5 - Correct.

Question 6 - Correct.

Question 7 - Correct.

Question 8 - Correct.

Question 9 - Correct.

Question 10 - Correct.

Question 11 - Incorrect. Actual Answer was: Saddle Wrasse. This common wrasse has a blue head followed by an orange bar.

Question 12 - Correct.

Question 13 - Correct.

Question 14 - Correct.

Question 15 - Correct
 
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