Rotorua smelt

The New Zealand smelt, New Zealand common smelt, or New Zealand cucumber fish, Retropinna retropinna, is a smelt of the family Retropinnidae, found only in New Zealand at shallow depths in estuaries and rivers.

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Rotorua Smelt; Retropinna lacustris No information available RATE BAR reviews | view: 41 Designed and Programmed by Kenny Ngo. More

Rotorua smelt like rotten eggs, the reason for this was that they had lots of sulphar hot pools there. More

Rotorua smelt of sulphur and the lake steamed. We went to look round the thermal park and it was amazing. The ground was steaming and the mud was bubbling. More

Rotorua smelt considerably worse this year than it did when I was here last year, but I suppose you can't have everything. We wandered along various thermal areas and say a lot of wildlife. More

* Rotorua Smelt; Retropinna lacustris 12/31/69 Designed and Programmed by Kenny Ngo. More

Order : Osmeriformes
Family : Retropinnidae
Genus : Retropinna
Species : Retropinna retropinna
Authority : Richardson, 1848