Search results for "Largescale Grunter"

  • Largescale Grunter

     

  • Largescale Grunter, Terapon theraps Cuvier, 1829

    The Largescale Grunter can be recognised by its colouration. It is silvery-grey above, silver-white below and has four broad dusky to blackish stripes on the sides of the body. The species is omnivorous, and occurs in inshore waters of the tropical Indo-west Pacific.

  • Terapontidae - Grunters

    Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the terapontid fishes on the site.

  • This week in Fish: Parental care damselfishes and Leatherjacket Louse

    Highlights for this week include an exchange of comments on parental care and 'glancing' in the Spiny Puller.  We view a new movie of a strangly-coloured Reticulate Whipray, learn about a Leatherjacket Louse and enjoy 40 new fact sheets have been migrated from the old site.

  • This week in Fish: Old content becomes new

    It has been a big week for the fish site.  Our new temporary employee Rebecca Field (more on Rebecca next week) and fish expert Sascha Schulz have been working very hard.  Between them they have carved up the content of 36 species fact sheets that were on the old fish website and entered these data into the new content management system.  Other exciting additons include some lovely images of a larval butterflyfish, a school of Old Wife and an Estuary Stingray.

  • Find a fish

    The table below lists all fish families known from Australian waters. The site contains information on 1488 species in 274 families.