Search results for "Redfish"

  • Redfish, Centroberyx affinis

     

  • Alfonsinos and Redfishes

    The Alfonsinos and Redfishes (family Berycidae) have large mouths and stronly ctenoid scales.  They live in temparate marine waters and feed on crustaceans and fishes.

    Two genera and nine or ten species occur in Australian waters.  This gallery shows some of them.

  • Redfish, Centroberyx affinis (Günther, 1859)

    The Redfish has large eyes and an oblique mouth that extends back to the posterior margin of the eye.  The species is endemic to Australia.

  • A Redfish at 'The Arch'

     

  • X-ray image of a Redfish

     

  • Berycidae - Alfonsinos

    Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the berycid fishes on the site. This family also includes the redfishes.

  • This week in Fish: 2011 - it was a big year!

    Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to the fish site throughout the year.  Permission to use images and movies was granted by 87 people. I've compiled a short summary, below, of what you have made possible.  So, thank you and best wishes for a happy, safe (and fishy) 2012.

  • Dr Tony Miskiewicz - Research Publications

    Tony Miskiewicz has been a regular visitor to the Fish Department over the last two decades. 

  • Find a fish

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

  • Fishes of Sydney Harbour

    Sydney Harbour has a very rich fish fauna.  Nearly 600 species live in it, enter it, or are known from historic records.