Search results for "truncate snout"

  • Shovelnose Catfish, Ariopsis paucus (Kailola, 2000)

    The Shovelnose Catfish can be recognised by its forked tail, wide mouth and truncate snout. It usually has a smaller eye than the similar looking Silver Cobbler, Ariopsis midgleyi. This species is endemic to Australia. 

  • Western Talma, Chelmonops curiosus (Kuiter, 1986)

    The Western Talma is a deep bodied, compressed fish with a long pointed snout and high dorsal and anal fins. It is silvery with five black bars. The species occurs from South Australia to the central coast of Western Australia.

  • Glossary of fish terms

    This page lists many of the terms used throughout the site.