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Long Finned Eel

 

Anguilla reinhardtii (Long-finned Eel)

 

Family: Anguillidae (Freshwater Eel)

 

Status: Native

 

Size: Can grow to 1.6 metres and 22 kg (although generally to 1 metre) for females while males are much smaller at 650 mm and 600g. Landlocked eels have been reported to grow to 3 metres.

 

Description: olive green mottled above paler ventrally. There are a multitude of common names, including Conger Eel, Freshwater Eel, Marbled Eel, River Eel, and Spotted Eel.

Location: Coastal but some sightings above escarpment; eel can cross large barriers including dam walls and can move overland

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