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  1. #1261
    Mesonauta acora: Freshwater, Max length : 7.1 cm,

    Mesonauta egregius: Freshwater, Max length : 8.2 cm, In shallow water among aquatic plants.

    Mesonauta festivus: Freshwater, Max length : 8.2 cm ,

    Mesonauta insignis: Freshwater, Max length : 9.4 cm, In lakes and swamps; locally consumed, smoked.

  2. #1262
    Horse-shoe leatherjacket: Max length : 51.0 cm , Marine, Occurs on offshore reefs. The black horse-shoe marking along flanks is diagnostic for this species .

  3. #1263
    The Crocodilefish is also known as De Beaufort's Flathead or Giant Flathead. Capture.jpg
    It grows up to 50cm but its average length is 35cm. It is largely distributed throughout the tropical waters of the centre of Indo-West Pacifi.
    Last edited by jujudancer11; 23-07-2016 at 16:18.

  4. #1264
    Polar eelpout: Polar; Max length : 25.0 cm, Arctic to Northwest Atlantic: Arctic reaches of Canada to northern Gulf of Lawrence in Canada.

    Archer eelpout: Marine Deep-water, Max length : 27.3 cm, Feeds on polychaetes, mollusks and crustaceans .

    Arctic eelpout: Deep-water Marine, Max length : 36.0 cm, Feeds mainly on epibenthic animals and does not seem to burrow much for prey. Smaller fish prey on smaller species like amphipods, isopods and small bivalves while larger fish prey on shrimps, euphausiids and fish .

    Canadian eelpout: Polar, Max length : 25.0 cm, Feeds on small benthic invertebrates.

    Tawnystripe eelpout: Max length : 79.0 cm, Marine, Northwest Pacific: Sea of Okhotsk to Kamchatka.

    Whitebar eelpout: Marine, Max length : 77.0 cm, Northwest Pacific: Pacific off Kuril Islands and Kamchatka Peninsula.

  5. #1265
    Luminous conger: Tropical, Max length : 26.1 cm, found on the continental shelf over soft bottom .

    Luciosoma pellegrinii: Freshwater, Max length : 17.0 cm, Usually found in deeper, slower water. An active fish, in constant motion at the surface of the water, feeding on material dropping into streams and has been observed leaping clear of the water to prey on material dangling above wate.

    Luciogobius saikaiensis: Marine, Inhabits seaward rocky coasts.

    Luciogobius parvulus: Marine, Inhabits tide pools with pebbles.

    Luciogobius pallidus: freshwater, Asia: Japan., Inhabits underground waters near the sea.

    Flat-headed goby: freshwater, Max length : 9.5 cm, Inhabits tide pools and river mouths. Is frequently encountered in places where small brooks fall into the sea and may occasionally be found in purely fresh water. During low tide it stays under stones on the dry bottom.

  6. #1266
    Airbreathing shellear: Freshwater, Max length : 7.0 cm, Usually found in small headwater streams with fast water associated with rapids and a boulder stream floor, with or without aquatic vegetation.

    Knipowitschia caucasica: freshwater, Max length : 5.0 cm, f lakes, estuaries and lagoons, in shallow areas with much weed. Feed on small crustaceans and chironomid larvae. larvae of the mussel Dreissena polymorpha, Lives less than 2 years. Spawns after first winter. Eggs are attached to the roof of a cavity under stones, plant material or shells and are defended by male. Postlarvae are pelagic.

    Knipowitschia longecaudata: freshwater, Max length : 5.0 cm, Live less than 2 years. Feed on small benthic invertebrates, Spawn after first winter. Females may spawn several times during a season. Males defend eggs in cavities under stones, plant material or molluscs shells.

    Knipowitschia panizzae: Freshwater, Max length : 5.5 cm, A short-lived species (less than 2 years) which inhabits shallow, well vegetated habitats - streams, lakes, estuaries, lagoons, lower reaches of rivers, springs and brooks. Feeds on invertebrates. Spawns after first winter in April-August.; females may spawn every 10-15 days during the season. Males defend eggs in cavities under stones, plant material or shells; may overturn and clean suitable shells for spawning and these are then covered with substrate. Postlarvae are pelagic.

    Knipowitschia punctatissima: Freshwater, Max length : 4.5 cm, A short-lived species (less than 2 years) which occurs in small and karstic springs and streams, densely vegetated channels and slow-flowing streams.

    Knodus borki: Freshwater, South America: Iquitos, Peru.

  7. #1267
    Knodus megalops: Freshwater, Max length : 5.9 cm , South America: Amazon River basin.

    Knodus meridae: Freshwater, Max length : 4.5 cm , South America: Orinoco River basin.

    Knodus victoriae: Freshwater;, South America: Parnaiba River, Brazil.

    Kochichthys flavofasciatus: Subtropical, Max length : 16.0 cm , Pacific: Tosa Bay, Japan.

    Kottelatia brittani: Freshwater, Max length : 5.0 cm, Asia: Malay Peninsula and Indonesia.

    Koumansetta hectori: Tropical; 22°C - 30°C , Max length : 8.5 cm , Inhabits sheltered bays and inner reefs on fine rubble shaded by large living corals

    Koumansetta rainfordi : Tropical; 22°C - 30°C , Max length : 8.5 cm, Inhabits sandy and muddy bottoms of turbid coastal reef.

    Kottelatlimia pristes: Freshwater, Max length : 4.0 cm, Asia: Borneo and Malaysia.

  8. #1268
    Mangrove rivulus: Freshwater, Max length : 7.5 cm, Adults inhabit shallow, mud-bottomed ditches, bays, salt marshes and other brackish-water environments; also crab burrows.

    Kryptolebias sepia : Freshwater, Max length : 6.5 cm, Found only in primary forests with a very dense canopy cover and appears to inhabits only extremely shallow parts of small creeks in hilly areas. Occurs outside the main stream in swampy areas directly adjacent to creeks.

    Kryptopterus cryptopterus: Freshwater, Max length : 14.6 cm SL .

  9. #1269
    Iso rhothophilus: Marine, Max length : 7.5 cm, Most commonly found in surf around rocky headlands and along the shoreline, occasionally also in more still waters of river mouths. Very delicate and do not survive handling. Appear to be able to hybridize with congeners, Iso flosmaris and Iso hawaiiensis. Nothing else is known about this species.

    Iso hawaiiensis: Tropical; 28°N - 28°S, Max length : 5.0 cm, Inhabits rough surf and waves around rocky headlands and reefs. Nothing is known of the biology of this species.

    Iso flosmaris: Marine Max length : 5.0 cm, Found near shore and in tide pools.

    Isichthys henryi: Freshwater, Tropical; 22°C - 24°C, Max length : 28.7 cm: Possesses electroreceptors over the entire head, the dorsal region and some parts of the ventral region; absent from the side and the caudal peduncle where the electric organ is located. Electric organ discharge (EOD) rates are of low frequency and sexually dimorphic as to waveform.

    Ischikauia steenackeri: Freshwater Max length : 30.0 cm.

  10. #1270
    Grideye fish: Deep-water; 6°N - 22°S Max length : 14.5 cm, Abyssobenthic on the lower slope and rise. Largest eggs ca 0.8 mm; fecundity is low with ca 85-300 eggs per clutch. Eyes are particularly modified into flat lenseless plaques as in Ipnops murrayi.
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    Iodotropheus sprengerae : Freshwater, Max length : 10.8 cm Africa: endemic to Lake Malawi. Occurs in Boadzulu and Chinyankwazi Islands. Also recorded from Chinyamwezi Island.

    Inlecypris jayarami : Freshwater Asia: Salween basin.


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