The source of information

The information-source of this WEB ESSAY is as follows.
In this essay I show the source of the information by the marks of {Person No.1},{Person No.2},etc appropriately.

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== Information-Sources ==
  1. By Denzaburo Miyaji, Hiroya kawanabe, Nobuhiko Mizuno,[The Full Colored Fresh Water Fishes In Japan], Hoikusha, Published on 1-9-1968.
  2. By Lake Biwa Cultural Center In Shiga Prefecture, [The Fishes of the Lake Biwa], Daiichi Houki Shuppan, Published on 31-3-1991.
    [Uonokai in the Lake Biwa Museum] reports the results of investigation on the rivers which run into the Lake Biwa.
  4. Mr. Idomoto Junichi, He has been in charge of the inquiry center in the Lake Biwa Museum, specialized in fishery.
  5. By Sakae Suzuki, [The techniques of breeding Gnathopogon caerulescens], Midori Shobou, Published on 5-2-1995.
    In this site you are able to know how to breed Gnathopogon caerulescens using fallow rice field.
    You are able to get the knowledge of the garbage-utilization using the Effective Microorganisms. You are able to ferment the garbage and get liquid manure from the mixture of the garbage and EM (effective microorganisms).
    In this site you are able to see the process of the reproduction about Gnathopogon elongatus in an aquarium fish tank, from natural laid eggs to a grown up fish.
    Under systematical classification, Gnathopogon elongatus is being identified.
  10. The pamphlet of the Shiga Fishery Breeding Promotion Center, Incorporated Foundation society in Shiga Prefecture. I made a field trip there and got this on 19-5-2001.
  11. By Naohiro Toda [I am a fisherman of Lake Biwa] Koubunsha-shinsho, Published on 20-1-2002.
  12. Mr. Yoshimitsu Nakayama, the secretary-general of the association of the Using-Water-Wisely-Company,
  13. The survey of the City Water Department of Tokyo City, [The daily Life and the City Water], you are able to know how much city water is being used for the flushing toilet. 1997.
  14. Musashisisutemu Company, he deals in a rainwater-flushing-toilet using only one float and a hand-switch (You can switch to either 'city water' or 'rainwater' by hand through confirming the rainwater-remaining in the tank).
  15. Tohtetu Company, he deals in a rainwater-flushing-toilet using two floats and two hand switches (You can switch to either 'city water' or 'rainwater' by hand through confirming the rainwater-remaining in the tank).
  16. Toto Company,
    You are able to know about one of the most newer toilet.
  17. By Rain Drops, [Skywater-Rain in Japan and around the World] Hokuto Shuppan, Published on 7-12-2001.
    This philosophical book makes a comment like this to Japanese "Japan is really a Water-Importing-Country in spite of having twice as more rainfall than Europe from the sky".
  18. By Morizumi Nakamura, [The Carp Family in Japan] The incorporated foundation, The Institute of Resource Science, 1969.
    He wrote about Gnathopogon elongatus as follows,
    (1) In Osaka district they called Gnathopogon elongatus "Sujimoroko".
    (2) In 1939 and 1941 Tokyo Fisheries Experimental Station transplanted Gnathopogon elongatus from Shiga and Osaka prefecture to Tokyo district ( I guess the aim of this project was done to increase the food production in the wartime ). Gnathopogon elongatus has taken root and increased by this chance.
  19. [Information of The New Eatable Freshwater Fishes] no.151, The Corporate Juridical Person, The Society of Producing New Kinds of Eatable Fish, Published on 2-6-2003.
    It makes a comment like this ""MOROKO" is a general term for Gnathopogon caerulescens and Gnathopogon elongatus etc. Gnathopogon caerulescens is a little bigger than Gnathopogon elongatus. Both have white meat. Both hardly have any characteristic fishy smell of river fish. those caught in the Lake Biwa are well-known, but other ones have been caught in the agricultural-ponds in the district of Osaka-Sennan and Kagawa Prefecture etc as well".
  20. The monthly magazine 'Youshoku' Published on 6-2003 No.501, Midori Shobou.
    In the article" Visiting a breeding pond" you are able to know in details that a trader who lives in Saitama Prefecture has succeeded in breeding Gnathopogon caerulescens.
    On the other hand in the page "Useful sites for breeding fishes on World Wide Web" you are able to know that my site or "A trial of breeding Gnathopogon elongatus in my garden pond" has been introduced.
  21. I owe the word 'Field Gudgeon' and 'Rounded Shiner' to this page.

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