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  1. #1251
    Reticulate triangular batfish: Deep-water, Max length : 6.0 cm,
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    Mascarenichthys microphthalmus: Marine,Max length : 4.0 cm, Southeast Atlantic: South Africa.
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    Zig-zag eel: Freshwater, Max length : 90.0 cm,
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    Mastacembelus cryptacanthus: Freshwater, Max length : 34.5 cm, Maximum reported TL was 354mm.
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    Mastacembelus ellipsifer: Freshwater,Max length : 45.0 cm ,
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  2. #1252
    Mastacembelus liberiensis : Freshwater, Max length : 36.8 cm, Maximum TL observed was 383mm.
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    Mastacembelus moorii: Freshwater, Max length : 44.0 cm, Inhabits littoral zone. A very secretive fish which hides between rocks or in the sediments.
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    Mastacembelus niger : Freshwater, Max length : 37.5 cm, Occurs in shallow waters.
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    Mastacembelus sanagali: Freshwater: Max length : 17.8 cm,Occurs in slow streams with a sandy bottom.
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  3. #1253
    Mastiglanis asopos: Tropical, Max length : 6.6 cm.
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    Palegold searsid: Deep-water, Max length : 19.5 cm, Meso- and benthopelagic at 850-1500 m.
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    Maylandia callainos: Freshwater, Max length : 8.0 cm ,
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  4. #1254
    Maylandia greshakei: Freshwater, Max length : 13.4 cm, Inhabits the rocky biotope of the reefs, where the rocks are permanently covered with a layer of sediment. Feeds mainly from the phytoplankton in the open water. Territorial males feed from the biocover on the rocks.
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    Maylandia hajomaylandi: Freshwater, Max length : 12.0 cm, Found mainly in the sediment-rich rocky biotope and is frequently occurs over sand in the intermediate habitat. Feeds on plankton in the open water. Remains close to rocks while foraging. Territorial males feed from rock biocover.
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    Maylandia mbenjii : Freshwater, Max length : 8.8 cm, Africa: Lake Malawi.
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    Maylandia zebra: Freshwater, Max length : 11.3 cm, Found in rocky areas which may be sediment-free and shallow or sediment-rich at somewhat deeper levels. Feeds at right angles with the substrate by combing loose material from the biocover. Also feeds on plankton in the open water.
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  5. #1255
    Abyssal cutthroat eel: Deep-water, Max length : 73.0 cm, On the continental slope.
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    Spikedace: Freshwater, Max length : 9.1 cm , Inhabits sandy and rocky runs and pools and often occurs near riffles of creeks and small rivers.
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    Spotted hoplo: Max length : 15.5 cm , Freshwater,
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    Megalobrama elongata: Subtropical, Max length : 32.0 cm,
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    Black Amur bream: Subtropical, Max length : 60.0 cm, Adults inhabit rivers.
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    Megalonema platycephalum : Tropical, Max length : 30.0 cm, Feeds on beetle larvae, fish scales and catfish spines.
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  6. #1256
    Komodo fangblenny: Tropical, Max length : 3.7 cm, Adults inhabit sheltered bays, along mangrove and rocky shores.
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    Forktail blenny: Tropical, Max length : 11.0 cm, in lagoon and seaward reefs below the surge zone to 30 m depth.
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  7. #1257
    Tailspot fangblenny: Tropical, Max length : 8.0 cm, Adults inhabit coral outcrops, coastal reefs. They occur in small or large groups which may exceed 100 individuals .
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    Golden mbuna: Freshwater, Max length : 11.0 cm, Found in rocky habitats. Feeds from the biocover by nibbling and picking on the algae.
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    Melanochromis chipokae: Tropical, Max length : 12.0 cm, Prefers sandy patches among rocks. Feeds on small fishes.
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  8. #1258
    Melanostigma atlanticum: Deep-water, Max length : 15.0 cm, Occurs in midwater over the continental slope. Mostly found from 365-550 m depth, but enters shallower water in the northern part of range.
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    Arfak rainbowfish: Freshwater;, Max length : 8.0 cm, Occurs in streams flowing through rainforest and agricultural (mainly oil palm) lands on a flat, alluvial plain.
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    Western rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 11.0 cm, Habitat is highly variable which includes rivers, creeks, swamps, marshy lagoons, lakes and reservoirs.
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    Melanotaenia catherinae: Freshwater, Max length : 7.5 cm.
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    Melanotaenia eachamensis: Freshwater, Max length : 6.5 cm, Inhabits small creeks and crater lakes where it congregates along the shallow edges among aquatic vegetation .
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    Goldie River rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 11.5 cm, Inhabits swamps, backwaters, tributary streams and large rivers.
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    Slender rainbowfish: Fresgwater, Max length : 7.5 cm, Inhabits large water courses and isolated rocky pools generally bordered with paperbark trees.
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    Melanotaenia irianjaya: Freshwater, Max length : 8.5 cm, Occurs in rainforest creeks and small rivers.
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  9. #1259
    Kamaka rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 6.1 cm,
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    Parkinson's rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 11.0 cm, Inhabits rainforest streams in lowland areas.
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    Lake Kuromai rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 5.5 cm, Inhabits Lake Kurumoi, within the Yakati River watershed (presently below the level of its natural outlet without a visible drainage) in mountainous terrain at an elevation of 400 m.
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    Fly River rainbowfish: Freshwater;, Max length : 7.0 cm, Generally found in small rainforest creeks.
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    Melanotaenia synergos: Freshwater, Max length : 6.4 cm, Inhabits narrow (to about 15-20 m wide), clear rivers with gradual gradients flowing initially through second growth forest, but entering primary,
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  10. #1260
    Banded rainbowfish: Freshwater, Max length : 13.0 cm, Lives mainly in small streams and waterholes in clear to moderately turbid water. Occurs over rocky or gravel bottoms or in well-vegetated areas, frequently around submerged logs and branches.
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    Telescope fish: Max length : 40.0 cm, Found in large low tidal pools and surge channels
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    Moonfish: Tropical, Max length : 30.0 cm,Inhabits deeper coastal waters near the bottom on both the continental shelves and around major island groups; sometimes in river estuaries.
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    Inland silverside: Subtropical, Max length : 15.0 cm , In fresh water, usually occurs at the surface of clear, quiet water over sand or gravel. Some landlocked populations, many of which have been established in impoundments as forage for sport fishes, reproduce in fresh water.
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    Southern hake: Subtropical, Max length : 155 cm, Found at depths between 415 and 1000 m in New Zealand waters, and 62 to 800 m in South American waters. The Patagonian population feeds on southern blue whiting, whiptail, nototheniids and squids. The New Zealand population feeds mainly on fishes (especially gadoids), squids, euphausiids and benthic organisms.
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    Silver hake: Max length : 76.0 cm, Abundant on sandy grounds and strays into shallower waters. A voracious predator with cannibalistic habits. Individuals over 40 cm TL prey on fishes such as gadoids and herring, while smaller ones feed on crustaceans, i.e. euphausiids and pandalids; food also includes gaspereau, myctophids, smelt, silversides, mackerel, sand lance, butterfish, snakeblennies, longhorn sculpins and squids.
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    Argentine hake: Max length : 95.0 cm, Marine, Adults inhabit continental shelf depths mainly between 100 and 200 m .
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