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Temperate Perch including Cods and Blackfish

Overview

 

Perch (Order: Perciformes)

 

Perciformes means perch-like and world-wide this order contains 41 percent of the boney fish species in both fresh and saltwater. In the CNM, three families  of Perciformes are represented amongst native species.

10 species

Bidyanus bidyanus (Silver Perch)

Gadopsis bispinosus (Two-Spined Blackfish)

Gadopsis bispinosus
Gadopsis bispinosus
Gadopsis bispinosus
Gadopsis bispinosus
Gadopsis bispinosus
Gadopsis bispinosus

Gadopsis marmoratus (River Blackfish)

Maccullochella peelii (Murray Cod)

Maccullochella peelii
Maccullochella peelii
Maccullochella peelii
Maccullochella peelii
Maccullochella peelii
Maccullochella peelii

Maccullochella sp. (Hybrid) (Trout Cod X Murray Cod Hybrid)

Macquaria ambigua (Golden Perch)

Macquaria ambigua
Macquaria ambigua
Macquaria ambigua Fingerlings
Macquaria ambigua
Macquaria ambigua
Macquaria ambigua

Macquaria australasica (Macquarie Perch)

Macquaria australasica
Macquaria australasica
Macquaria australasica
Macquaria australasica
Macquaria australasica
Macquaria australasica

Macquariea novemaculeata (Australian Bass)

Nannoperca australis (Southern Pygmy Perch)

Conservation Level

Invasiveness

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