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Temperate Perch including Cods and BlackfishMacquaria ambigua

Golden Perch

 

Macquaria ambigua (Golden Perch)

 

Family: Percichthyidae

 

Status: Native

 

Size: medium-sized fish, commonly 30–50 cm and 1–5 kg; but can attain 60 cm and 15 kg.

 

Description: olive bronze, yellow or gold coloured on the back with yellow paler belly and darker fins. It has a concaved forehead. Larger specimens have a reduced head size giving a hump shouldered appearance.

 

Location: Common in the lower sections of the Murrumbidgee River in the CNM region.  It is stocked into impoundments.

 

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Macquaria ambigua at Yarrow, NSW - 13 Nov 2009
Macquaria ambigua at Yarrow, NSW - 13 Nov 2009

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