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Old 09-08-2013, 10:49 PM
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Default Re: What type of sunfish is this?

Yeah, looks like a hybrid to me, too.
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Looks like a hybrid. Bluegill/Green or Gill/Seed would be my guess
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Default Re: What type of sunfish is this?

prolly a hybrid.
I've caught hundreds of Green Sunfish and you don't have a Green.

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Default Re: What type of sunfish is this?

Yeah its not a green. I know the colors differ region by region but they are never brown. the one I have in my aquarium that's even smaller then that is still green with yellow trimmed fins.

It looks warmouthish to me, but it doesn't have a red eye.
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Default Re: What type of sunfish is this?

Latinus Cantpronouncitus. With the way the red spot is glowing, I'd say it is a purdee fish.
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