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How to tell a carp?

Asked: Tomáš Černý, Last Updated:

Common carp can be identified by its regular scale pattern over its whole body and 2 barbules on each side of its mouth. They are often long and lean. Although the name suggests they are common, most fisheries choose to stock more mirrors than commons.

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