Go for it, just keep in mind that the Fish are characterized by three groups lore wise in Hunter's Encyclopedia 3: Migratory Fish (Japanese 回遊魚) = Tuna and Arowana, Swimming Fish (Japanese 遊泳魚) = Molid and Jellyfish, and Carnivorous Fish (Japanese 肉食魚) = Sharq, Catfish, and Gajau.
They could be used, but is better to use the official renders provided by Capcom rather than custom ones (Its just the quality tends to be poor for the custom ones). The custom ones are just a last resort, plus we do have some official renders we haven't posted yet, including of the monsters you mentioned.
Is not our fault if Capcom sometimes doesn't provide good quality official Renders...
For example official renders of any Black Dragon, Xeno'jiiva or any MHW Subspecies aren't avaible yet or there are others (like Vaal Hazak or Atoraru Ka) where official renders exist but isn't possbile to kind them in a good quality. MHXR Renders or Renders of Peerles monsters from Frontier are other examples of renders that cannot be find easly.
Don't blame any of us... We cannot always provide renders if Capcom doesn't make them.
Hi there! I have been a monster hunter fan for a few years now and i too enjoy resarching ecological lore and info. I saw your pages and i must say that i am very interested in your works. I recently added some info on the uragaan and lavasioth ecologies and i hope you do give a look. I also hope that you wont mind teaching me a few things on monster ecology!
Would not it be nice to add sections of etymology in the pages of monsters and even locations? For example, "Diablos" comes from the spanish word for Devil or "Bazelgeuse" probably comes the star know as "Betelgeuse". I think this info doesn't appear anywhere in the pages, and other wikis have sections of etimology
It's fine for that information, if Capcom officially confirms the origin of a monster's/place's name themselves (Examples: Baruragaru, Dalamadur, and Gammoth), but if it is just pure fan speculation then it shouldn't be mentioned at all.