It can grow up to 12.
The Bermuda killifish (Fundulus bermudae) is a small fish which is endemic to the islands of Bermuda in the western Atlantic Ocean. It belongs to the genus Fundulus in the Fundulidae family of killifish and topminnows. It can grow up to 12. More
The Bermuda killifish is listed under the 2003 Protected Species Act and is currently having a management and recovery plan drafted by the Department of Conservation Services, a component of which calls for the control of invasive species that have been identified More
The Bermuda Killifish was once abundant in ponds, marshes, ditches and shallow inshore mangrove bays throughout the Island. But their numbers have dwindled due to loss of habitat and degradation . More
the endemic Bermuda killifish and is a prominent birdwatching site, with migratory birds stopping here on their journeys across the Atlantic. It also serves as a major water hazard on one of Bermuda's top golf courses. More
The Bermuda killifish is a small fish which is endemism to the islands of Bermuda in the western Atlantic Ocean. More
The Bermuda killifish (Fundulus bermudae) is a small fish which is endemic to ... "Fundulus bermudae". FishBase. Ed. Ranier Froese and Daniel Pauly. January 2008 ... en.wikipedia. More