Sinarapan is experimentally known as Mistichthys luzonensis. There is no interpretation of this name in Filipino, however the word signifies "delectable" or "delightful". This species is discovered just in Lakes Bato and Buhi and different waterways in Camarines Sur area, some portion of the Philippines' Bicol district. It is accepted to be the world's littlest monetarily reaped angle however not the littlest fish known. The fish has a normal length of 12.5 millimeters.
Guys are less than females. Sinarapan were first concentrated in 1859, yet were erroneously thought to be juvenile examples of Gobius dispar. Examples are gathered in the last piece of September and in January amid the reproducing season. Whenever brought forth, the youthful swim first at the surface however a little while later go to the base to live. Sinarapan most likely ascent to the surface with the diurnal development of the tiny fish on which they feed.
The novel technique used to catch them profits by this learning. Getting the sinarapan is a workmanship. Fishers and anglers first cut and trim a bamboo stalk no less than 10 meters in length, with the end honed and branches expelled aside from three or four of the highest twigs. A palm leaf is folded over the highest meter or two. The trap is then set immovably into the lake base with a goad of the palm leaf projecting over the surface.