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Hawaiian Fish

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Baker

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Anyone know a site that lists with pictures all the species of fish in Hawaii? I tried doing a few google searches, but didn't come up with any great sites.
 

andyt808

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You can check out hawaiifishingnews.com. In the state records section there are pictures of most of the state record fish.
 

Shadowkiller

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Sounds like what you need is a Fish ID book.

You should be able to get a decent guide to the Fish of Hawaii at most dive shops, or bookshops.

There are very few comprehensive websites out there, mainly because of the cost and time involved.

One good site is the Bishop Museum: http://www.bishopmuseum.org/
 
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