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January 27, 2009
Revenge of the Spanish Mullet
Yes ladies and gentlemen, the Spanish Mullet still exists nearly an entire year later after my first in-person sighting. I could not be more pleased.
This lovely specimen (at left) is of the common sub-species mullitus rastalus common among Spanish mullets found in La Rioja and Pais Vasco. He was found in good condition at a local rock and jazz club in the city of Logroņo.
The current operating theory is mullitus rastalus may be found with increasing frequency depending on how close one gets to the city of Bilbao. Independent survey data from other sources has suggested that this theory may in fact be true. The theory is summarized in the below graphic.
Any additional details on the phenomenon of this "laid back" hair style would be greatly appreciated.
Posted by jordanh at January 27, 2009 9:18 AM |
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