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Anonymous said...

nise to see various fish names and pic.
I am not able to save that page. If so it will be more useful so that i can refer before going to fish market. Pl tell me how to copy that page
Dr sivsasabapathi

Sunshine said...

You can download from the below given link

raman said...

An excellent site to clear all your doubts about different types of fish.
The pictures and the names were really helpful.thanks a lot

Dr. Swati said...

Nice to see ...very informative.

Dominic said...

Fantastic effort. Great for people me who are at doldrums when it comes to identifying fish

Hakan Demiralp said...

Hi Man,

Really good work, congrats.

I will open my WEB site on sports fishing soon and would like to use your "confused about fish name" document if you allow me to do so. Of course I will refer to your site as well. Please let me know. I can add Turkish names into your file if you want :)

Sunshine said...

@ Hakan Demiralp,

sure, you can use the document, just acknowledge this site there :)
Thanks for visiting.

Jayesh said...


First of all, I wanted to let you know that I liked this site, lots of information about the fishes, excellent work and great research, congrats. I am a hobbyist mobile/website application developer. I have an intention to develop a free/non-commercial mobile app/website about common fishes and I thought that your contents are worthy of inclusion in my project.

I am seeking your permission to use your contents in my app. If you do agree to grant permission, I will credit you for your work in the resulting app, by stating it was based on your work and is used with your permission, and by providing a link back to your website. If you do not solely control copyright in the requested materials, I would appreciate any information you can provide about others to whom I should write, including most recent contact information, if available.

Thank you for your time; I look forward to your reply.

Sunshine said...

Dear Jayesh,

Thanks for appreciating the site. You can use the information provided in the fish glossary for you mobile app. I myself collected all this fish names from the www. It would be good if you referred the fish glossary page or this site name in the application. That would be helpful.I dont own any coyright for these fish name, they are regional/local names used commonly by people. The work i had solely done was to collect pictures and categorize it,which itself took me more than 1 month.
But it surely did help many many people.

You can check out the end of the fish glossary page for sites I mostly referred.

Best wishes for your work.


Jayesh said...

Dear Sunshine,

Thank you very much for granting me the permission. I will definitely refer the fish glossary page and also credit you for your hard work you have done, which facilitated thousands of people. Thank you once again.


Alagarsamy2005 said...

This is an excellent place to know the names of Fish in Tamil etc...excellent place in Net...I admire the creator
with best regards

Anonymous said...

Wonderful site will come in handy.
Since you are so into food' pl explore the bangala.com and the bangala table.
Would be very happy to have you as our guest one day.

Arindam Guha said...

Excellent effort. All fishiterians owe you thanks.

Sonny Ting said...

Hi ,Sunshine,
Any chance that you have contact/information I can buy Indian seafood for export that you might have ?




Sonny Ting said...

Hi Sunshine,
Do you have any contact/information of sellers in India exporting seafood from India?


aNUPAM D said...

Loved this page.

Anonymous said...

Hi guys!
its a great website sharing good knowledge about fish.
wanted to give small info:
the fish Murrel(snake head) also called as Koramenu(pronounced as Kora-may-nu).
requesting to add this name also.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

the fish Murrel(snake head) also called as Koramenu(pronounced as Kora-may-nu)in Telugu.

Anonymous said...

Thank You very much for the awesome list with pics of fish with names in the south Indian languages!!! It is a very extensive list and very well presented. It is so useful for people who want to experiment with different types of fish in their cooking but may get cheated at the fish store if they didn't know what they are looking for. Most of us grew up hearing these name at the dining table but never went to the fish market so we also never knew how the fish looked before it reached the table. As an adult homemaker now its quite confusing when one goes to the fish store and we aren't sure what to ask for even!! So now having these pics with the names is an invaluable help!! Thanks a lot for the painstaking effort which is going to benefit so many people!!

Paul Ignatius said...

Great portal. Thank you. Your love of fish is amazing. Thank you. One minor correction. Spanish mackeral is not arakka or neymeen - It is King Mackeral. Spanish mackeral is rare on Indian coast. I am a connoseuir of both and Spanish mackeral has lesser fat, lot more white flesh whereas king mackeral has more brown flesh.

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