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message 1: by Nicole (new)

Nicole (innocent_sweetiepie) | 507 comments Get your mermaid name from this mermaid name generator http://mermaid.namegeneratorfun.com/


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Nicole (innocent_sweetiepie) | 507 comments Mine says:
Pearl Ship Wreck Cat

(margaritum naufragus)

Noted for its milky, pearlescent colouring and rainbow mother-of-pearl scales. The margaritum is a magpie-like subspecies that collects nests of sparkling shells and pearls.

Often found in the vicinity of ship wrecks, the naufragus is naturally curious and intelligent and likes to explore.

Note: Curious, lively and fond of play, this subspecies has many cat-like qualities.


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Love_books | 123 comments Striped Bering Seeker

(virgatus boreas)

Striped like a sea-tiger, the virgatus is camouflaged well in waving underwater weed beds, where it likes to make its home.

The Bering Strait is noted for its unique environmental and evolutionary effects on some subspecies. The boreas populates the length of the strait from the shores of Siberia and Alaska to the icy berg-filled north.

Note: Known for its foraging behaviour, this variety particularly likes to seek out small crustaceans and starfish.


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Alexa Blue Shore Hunter

(caeruleus litoreus)

The tail is a deep blue shimmering colour that takes on a jewel-like sparkle when caught in sunlight. The hair is dark and skin is usually a chocolate brown though some variation has been seen.

A friendly variety, fond of children, often seen playing with swimmers in the shallows, though one should always exercise caution due to its unpredictable nature.

Note: Intelligent and shrewd, with predatory instincts, this subspecies can be aggressive when disturbed.


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Aimee Collier Blue Pacific Cat

(caeruleus pacificus)

The tail is a deep blue shimmering colour that takes on a jewel-like sparkle when caught in sunlight. The hair is dark and skin is usually a chocolate brown though some variation has been seen.

Found in the calmest waters of the deep pacific ocean, the pacificus enjoys a peaceful existence.

Note: Curious, lively and fond of play, this subspecies has many cat-like qualities.


message 6: by Maria (new)

Maria | 5 comments I kindof like mine :)

Plankton Harbour Singer
(maena ostia)

The eerily beautiful maena is semi-transparent and glows from within, like the plankton it feeds on.

A gregarious, friendly subspecies, the ostia is often seen swimming near to small harbours and is fond of catching the bow waves of boats, playing along dolphins and other porpoises.

Note: Known for its alluring song, this variety is rarely quiet, luring sailors to their doom.


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Jennifer (jenlopez1283) | 55 comments Oyster Estuary Scales
(ostrea fretum)
Has pearlescent white skin and jet black hair. Oysters form a main supplement of the diet of this subspecies, which is often found hunting rocks and crevices for tasty morsels.
One of the few freshwater varieties, the fretum travels inland for short journeys to hunt freshwater fish, being particularly fond of salmon.
Note: A particularly scaly variety - fine scales cover most of the body. This subspecies is known to be cool blooded.


celticminx (aka: kristi or "k") Marlin Estuary Seeker
(pistris fretum)

Sleek, blue-grey with a colourful dorsal fan that has flashes of blue, red and yellow. This variety is a fast swimmer.
One of the few freshwater varieties, the fretum travels inland for short journeys to hunt freshwater fish, being particularly fond of salmon.


Gabrielle Blaque/~Bhlack Benehvolence~ (werewolfgrl1) | 304 comments Whale Port Singer
(balaena portus)

Grey, white and black colouring, often found amongst whales or in whale inhabited waters.
City lovers, the portus congregate near to large ports, exploring netting, anchors, and any other man-made curiosities they find.

Scavengers by nature, they have been reported to steal fishermen's catches and are occasionally snared in trawler nets.

Note: Known for its alluring song, this variety is rarely quiet, luring sailors to their doom. (ah, just the kind of mermaid every girl aspires to be.)


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Pearl Ship Wreck Cat
(margaritum naufragus)
Noted for its milky, pearlescent colouring and rainbow mother-of-pearl scales. The margaritum is a magpie-like subspecies that collects nests of sparkling shells and pearls.
Often found in the vicinity of ship wrecks, the naufragus is naturally curious and intelligent and likes to explore.
Note: Curious, lively and fond of play, this subspecies has many cat-like qualities.


message 11: by Jojobean (last edited Apr 13, 2012 09:45PM) (new)

Jojobean Mine says:
Oyster Flotsam Dancer
(ostrea dissolutio)
Has pearlescent white skin and jet black hair. Oysters form a main supplement of the diet of this subspecies, which is often found hunting rocks and crevices for tasty morsels.
The dissolutio is a treasure-collector, gathering finds from the beach and ocean and creating caches of interesting and beautiful objects.
Note: Romantic and graceful, this subspecies is truly a ballerina of the oceans.


message 12: by Faith (new)

Faith (bookishlyfaith) Silver Beach Singer
(argenteus acta)
The tail is a shining silver colour that causes flashing as the creature moves, much as a shoal of small fish flash to confuse predators.
Found in the shallows, this subspecies is often observed splashing in rock pools or sunning itself on rocks, combing its hair.
Note: Known for its alluring song, this variety is rarely quiet, luring sailors to their doom.

I like this one!


message 13: by Terri (new)

Terri | 247 comments Tiger Ship Wreck Scales

(tigris naufragus)

Characteristic wide horizontal brown and yellow-pink bands ring the tail and torso of the tigris. This type of colouring acts as a warning to predators: this subspecies is known for its sharp teeth and ferocious nature.

Often found in the vicinity of ship wrecks, the naufragus is naturally curious and intelligent and likes to explore.

Note: A particularly scaly variety - fine scales cover most of the body. This subspecies is known to be cool blooded


message 14: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (thenerdymommy) Green Pacific Singer
(viridans pacificus)
Has brown hair and a vivid green tail. The hair and dorsal fin offer good disguise in weed beds.
Found in the calmest waters of the deep pacific ocean, the pacificus enjoys a peaceful existence.
Note: Known for its alluring song, this variety is rarely quiet, luring sailors to their doom.

Yay. :)


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Rebecca (bexsi) Red Ocean Scales
(curalium oceanus)
Typically the tail and fins are an unusually deep red colour acting as a camouflage from predators in deeper water. The skin is a mottled, freckled sandy colour and the hair is often reddish.
A traveller of the seas, this subspecies is rarely seen close to shore, instead preferring the wide-ranging deeps of the open ocean.
Note: A particularly scaly variety - fine scales cover most of the body. This subspecies is known to be cool blooded


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Alarac | 118 comments Green Tidal Hunter
(viridans aestus)

Has brown hair and a vivid green tail. The hair and dorsal fin offer good disguise in weed beds.
This variety tends to drift, going where the tide takes it. It is particularly fond of jellyfish and is often found close to shore.
Note: Intelligent and shrewd, with predatory instincts, this subspecies can be aggressive when disturbed.


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Karimia | 34 comments
Get your own mermaid names from The Mermaid Name Generator!My mermaid name is Marlin Bering Singer
(pistris boreas)
Sleek, blue-grey with a colourful dorsal fan that has flashes of blue, red and yellow. This variety is a fast swimmer.
The Bering Strait is noted for its unique environmental and evolutionary effects on some subspecies. The boreas populates the length of the strait from the shores of Siberia and Alaska to the icy berg-filled north.
Note: Known for its alluring song, this variety is rarely quiet, luring sailors to their doom.
Get your own mermaid names from The Mermaid Name Generator!



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Cindy | 243 comments Green Equatorial Cat

(viridans solstitialis)

Has brown hair and a vivid green tail. The hair and dorsal fin offer good disguise in weed beds.
A hot-blooded subspecies, often found basking on rocks in the sun, soaking up the equatorial heat.

Note: Curious, lively and fond of play, this subspecies has many cat-like qualities.


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Butterfly (butterflyabrooks) | 1 comments Plankton Ocean Spinner
(maena oceanus)
The eerily beautiful maena is semi-transparent and glows from within, like the plankton it feeds on.
A traveller of the seas, this subspecies is rarely seen close to shore, instead preferring the wide-ranging deeps of the open ocean.
Please note: Noted for its spinning behaviour, at first this variety's sanity was questioned. It is in fact a method of stunning fish.


Federica the heir of fire (fedy) | 1 comments Kelp Mangrove Leaper
(alga palus)
Seaweed forms a main supplement of the alga diet. The alga has many long trailing kelp-like fins that have evolved to disguise it. Colouring ranges from deep olive through to black-brown, disguising the alga in its natural habitat of weed beds.
The palus, like the sea cow, is often but not exclusively found dwelling in mangrove swamps. The palus has a favourite diet of fallen fruit from the trees.
Please note: Known for its cheerfulness, this subspecies is often found leaping alongside the prows of boats.


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Lauren (originally_elle) | 44 comments
Get your own mermaid name from the mermaid name generator! My mermaid name is: Whale Tropic Cat (balaena aestivus)
Grey, white and black colouring, often found amongst whales or in whale inhabited waters.
The aestivus is noted as being one of the few poisonous subspecies, with sharp, dagger-like extensions to the tail and inner wrist, and snake-like fangs that exude deadly nerve toxins.
Please note: Curious, lively and fond of play, this subspecies has many cat-like qualities.
Get your own mermaid name from the mermaid name generator!



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Linda (lizzle_lin) | 6 comments haha, so funny:

Striped Atlantic Hider(virgatus atlantis)

Striped like a sea-tiger, the virgatus is camouflaged well in waving underwater weed beds, where it likes to make its home. A rare, shy subspecies. Due to the encroachment of man, now found only in selected parts of the Atlantic. Please note: A shy subspecies, known for its nervousness around humans. It takes effort to win this type's trust.


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Desiree | 30 comments My mermaid name is:

Plankton River Scales

(maena flumineus)

The eerily beautiful maena is semi-transparent and glows from within, like the plankton it feeds on.

One of the few freshwater varieties, the flumineus favours healthy rivers with adequate fish and mollusc supplies. A rare species today.

Please note: A particularly scaly variety - fine scales cover most of the body. This subspecies is known to be cool blooded.


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Arielle Rae Aguilar | 238 comments Neon Coral Watcher
(candesco curalium)

Like a neon fish, the candesco has two characteristic red and blue vertical stripes down each side of the tail that glow and flash in sunlight. The stripes are for display purposes, and the candesco is often seen darting and dancing near the surface at dusk.
This subspecies is famed for its coral-tending behaviour - like a loving gardener, the curalium tends the reefs and looks after the small animals that live in them.

Please note: An observer rather than a doer, this one is a fast learner with excellent deductive powers.


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Kelly (kellystud) | 428 comments Blue Atlantic Dancer
(caeruleus atlantis)

The tail is a deep blue shimmering colour that takes on a jewel-like sparkle when caught in sunlight. The hair is dark and skin is usually a chocolate brown though some variation has been seen. A rare, shy subspecies. Due to the encroachment of man, now found only in selected parts of the Atlantic.
Please note: Romantic and graceful, this subspecies is truly a ballerina of the oceans.


message 26: by Kayla (new)

Kayla | 30 comments Pearl Estuary Tail
(margaritum fretum)

Noted for its milky, pearlescent colouring and rainbow mother-of-pearl scales. The margaritum is a magpie-like subspecies that collects nests of sparkling shells and pearls.
One of the few freshwater varieties, the fretum travels inland for short journeys to hunt freshwater fish, being particularly fond of salmon.

Please note: A particularly decorative tail which may be used for display purposes.


message 27: by Diana (new)

Diana R. Wave Common Breather
(unda agnatus)

The unda is a wave surfer often spotted playing close to the shore on windy days with a high swell.
With an alluring voice, this singing variety is the most famous - luring curious and love-struck sailors to their doom on the rocks.
Please note: Known for its attractive fluted gills and tendency to swim the shallows.


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Gabrielle (ladyofbookscoffee) | 33 comments Spindrift Coral Short Fin

(marmor curalium)

The marmor is typically blue and green and heavily patterned, even the skin and face are striped and spotted, camouflaging it against predators.

This subspecies is famed for its coral-tending behaviour - like a loving gardener, the curalium tends the reefs and looks after the small animals that live in them.

Please note: Has a short dorsal fin on the back that cuts the water as it swims.


Kariny 'Books of Fandom' (booksoffandom) | 7 comments My mermaid name is:
Kelp River Stinger
(alga flumineus)
Seaweed forms a main supplement of the alga diet. The alga has many long trailing kelp-like fins that have evolved to disguise it. Colouring ranges from deep olive through to black-brown, disguising the alga in its natural habitat of weed beds.
One of the few freshwater varieties, the flumineus favours healthy rivers with adequate fish and mollusc supplies. A rare species today.
Please note: A poisonous variety - equipped with fine stinging tentacles that leave a nasty rash on the victim.


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Jacquiekat W. | 4 comments My mermaid name is:
Dolphin Deep Fin
(delphinus profundus)
Often found amongst dolphins. Has the sleek, silver colour of that species. Something of a shepherdess, this variety is said to protect dolphin young from killer whales.
A dweller of the deep, the profundus often travels to sea vents many miles below the surface to lay its eggs in the hot, dark streams of water.
Please note: Having a particularly prominent dorsal fin, often leading it to be mistaken for a small shark.


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Mayko
Get your own mermaid name from the mermaid name generator! My mermaid name is: Moon Cape Hunter (lunaris capenus)
Known for its nocturnal habits, the lunaris glows faintly with the light of the moon.
Populates both the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn - being particularly at home in rough seas and violent weather, coping with many conflicting forces.
Please note: Intelligent and shrewd, with predatory instincts, this subspecies can be aggressive when disturbed.
Get your own mermaid name from the mermaid name generator!



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