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Tag: sábalo

Mar 03 2017

Sabalo fishing in Pilcomayo River (Bolivia)

  Photo credit: Rory Felix Mamani (Bolivia) Review: Rory and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted photo shows indigenous people from the Weenhayek population during the fishing of  “sabalo” in Pilcomayo River using “cabbage nets”. In Bolivia, Sábalo is the common name of an Amazonian fish that enjoys …

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Feb 02 2015

Catch of “Sabalo” in Pilemayo River (Bolivia)

Photo credit: Rory Felix Mamani (Bolivia) Review: Rory Felix Mamani and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted picture shows the fishing of “sábalo” which takes place in “Pilemayo River” near the indigenous community “Weenhayek”. The Pilcomayo River is considered an important fish source for artisanal fisheries in Bolivia. …

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Dec 17 2014

Cooking and consumption of Sabalo fishes in Tarija (Bolivia)

Credit: Rory Felix Mamani (Bolivia) The photo shows an indigenous woman in southern Bolivia’s Tarija region from Weenhayek community while cooking sábalo. This kind of cooking is known as “stick” or gag. There are several fish with the common name sábalo. The communities in this region rely heavily on fishing.      

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Nov 01 2014

Supporting small-scale fish farming in Narino, Colombia

Credit: Andres Delgado (Colombia) The photo shows the delivery of tilapia fingerlings as a part of a support program for small fish holders in Narino Department, Colombia. The project is funded by the Municipal Government, Ricaurte Government. In this small-scale system which is carried out in earthen ponds, fish feeds primarily on azolla while banana, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=12017

Jul 28 2014

Fishery of Beni River (Bolivia)

Credit: Felipe Alviz Costa (Bolivia) The fishing boat seen in the photo is in the Beni River which is a major river of the Bolivian Amazon Basin. The most commonly fished and consumed species are pacú, tambaquí, surubí, palometa (a type of piranha), sábalo, bagre (catfish), and blanquillo. Alligators are also hunted for their leather and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=11217

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