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any of these a vulgaris?

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anyone id these three i think they are joubini and briarius but someone let me know if one is a vulgaris
 

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joefish84 said:
anyone id these three i think they are joubini and briarius but someone let me know if one is a vulgaris

It could be a briarius but it is hard to tell I would have to see close-up pictures. I do no think it is a joubini or vulgaris. Where was it caught and how big is it?
 



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