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  • 1 # Date: 2012-06-09 - 12:00
  • # Max Depth: 5m Duration: 30mins
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Open Water Dive #1 !

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Lång väntan i vattnet. Oväntat mycket fisk - gädd- och simpyngel i massor, flera kantnålar och en flundra sågs.

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  • Temp: Surf 15°C Bottom 10°C
  • Dive type : Training
  • Water: Fresh
Specific gear used
  • Mask: Aqualung / Technisub - Micromask
  • Fins: Aqualung / Technisub - Express adj
  • Dry suit: Ursuit - nr 25, Waterhouse (hyrd)
  • Weights: 12 kg
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Species Identified

Scophthalmus rhombus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Flounder) Lives on sandy or mixed bottoms; feeds on bottom-living fishes and larger crustaceans. Marketed fresh and frozen; eaten steamed, fried, broiled, boiled, microwaved and baked .
Esox lucius Linnaeus, 1758 (American pike) Pike spawn from the end of March to the beginning of May, usually in quite shallow water and often using the same places year after year. The spawning process can last several weeks and the number of eggs varies with the a...
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Syngnathus rostellatus Nilsson, 1855 (Nilsson's pipefish) Often found on sandy shores among floating or attached seaweeds . Ovoviviparous . The male carries the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail . Spawns in summer. Young are sometimes caught pelagically in the North Sea .
Perca fluviatilis Linnaeus, 1758 (European perch) Perch live in schools, often mixing with other species of fish, usually in the top 50 metres of water. Spawning takes place in April, the very sticky eggs being produced in bands. Females twine these bands around submerged...
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