Sinarapan are a type of goby and they are transparent, except for the black eyes.

The Sinarapan lives in the demersal, non-migratory, freshwater, depth range 0 - 12 m environment.

SINARAPAN: THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION Sinarapan, scientifically known as Mistichthys luzonensis and considered the world's smallest commercial fish, is threatened with extinction in Lake Manapao Sanctuary of Buhi, Camarines Sur, the only natural abode where the small abounds. More

The sinarapan (Mistichthys luzonensis) is the world's smallest commercially-harvested fish located only in the Philippines. They are endemic to the Bicol Region, specifically in Lake Buhi, Lake Bato, Bicol River and other bodies of water in Camarines Sur province. More

* Sinarapan Conservation Project of Bicol University * Mistichthys luzonensis Species Summary Original Source - Image:Smallwikipedialogo.png This page was adapted from the English Wikipedia. More

Sinarapan (Mistichthys luzonenesis) is the smallest commercially harvested fish. Fishermen have reported a decreasing number of Sinarapan. Edible goby species are economically important to many parts of the Philippines where small-scale fisheries are the primary source of income. More

stocks of sinarapan (Mistrichthys luzonensis Smith) in Lakes Manapao and Katugday in Camarines Sur are rapidly disappearing as a result of overfishing and the use of collapsible Y-shaped push nets, which have destroyed the breeding, feeding and refuge areas of the fish species. More

sinarapan, one of the world’s smallest fish. Their findings included heavy pollution that is leading to eutrophication, or loss of oxygen throughout the lake. More

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Sinarapan which is scientifically known as Mistichthys luzonensis is the world's smallest commercially harvested fish and is found in Lakes Bato and Buhi in Camarines Sur, part of the Philippines' Bicol Region. More

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Today, the sinarapan are threatened with extinction due to overfishing. References - * Sinarapan—The World's Smallest Commercial Fish * Sinarapan Conservation Project of Bicol University * Fishbase. More

It's the smallest commercial fish on earth, yet the sinarapan in the Philippines is caught by the tens of thousands. - Sponsored Links You’ll need a magnifying glass to catch this one because it is the smallest commercial fish on earth. More

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Sinarapan has been recorded in the Guiness World Record as the world’s smallest commercial fish. It measures only around 2.1-2.4mm long or smaller than a ten centavo coin. More

The Sinarapan Sanctuary Management and Development Council was also organized to help develop policies and implement community-wide programs that would ensure the sustainable population of sinarapan. More

* The sinarapan (Mistichthys luzonensis) is the world's smallest commercially-harvested fish located only in the Philippines. More

2nd largest fish, Sinarapan Naga2006) you can still edit your caption... ('2nd smallest fish') no worries... More

belief, however, sinarapan is not the smallest fish known. More

Common names

Bia in Tagalog
Luzonintokko in Finnish (suomen kieli)
sinaparan in English
Sinarapan in Bikol
Sinarapan in English
Sinarapan in Tagalog
Tabios in Bikol
吕宋神秘鰕虎鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
呂宋神秘鰕虎魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Gobiidae
Genus : Mistichthys
Species : Mistichthys luzonensis
Authority : Smith, 1902