Brackish water is water that has more salinity than fresh water, but not as much as seawater. It may result from mixing of seawater with fresh water, as in estuaries, or it may occur in brackish fossil aquifers.
Short-nosed little sturgeon - The species is sometimes mistaken for juvenile Atlantic sturgeon, as adults of this species are similar in size to juveniles of that species.
Lake sturgeon - The lake sturgeon has taste buds on and around its barbels near its rubbery, prehensile lips.
Sakhalin sturgeon - The Sakhalin sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Adriatic sturgeon - Its natural habitat is rivers.
Fringebarbel sturgeon - The bastard sturgeon, fringebarbel sturgeon, ship sturgeon, spiny sturgeon, or thorn sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Gulf sturgeon - Acipenser oxyrinchus is a species of sturgeon with two subspecies:
Persian sturgeon - The Persian Sturgeon has an elongated, bulky body with a bluish tint.
Sterlet sturgeon - This sturgeon inhabits rivers that flow into the following seas: Caspian, Black, Azov, Baltic, White, Barents, Kara, and inhabits both the Black and Caspian seas, and ascends rivers to a greater distance from the sea than any of the other sturgeons; thus, for instance, it is not uncommon in the Danube at Vienna, but specimens have been caught as high up as Regensburg and Ulm.
Amur sturgeon - The Amur sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Chinese sturgeon - It is thought to have lived at the same time as dinosaurs, dating back to a period 140 million years ago.
Starry sturgeon - It is an important commercial species.
Sturgeon - The wedge-shaped head of this sturgeon ends in a long point.
Columbia sturgeon - It is the largest freshwater fish in North America and is the third largest species of sturgeon, after the Beluga and the Kaluga.
Kaluga - Kaluga caviar comes from the Kaluga "River Beluga" sturgeon.
Syr Darya sturgeon - The Syr Darya sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Dwarf sturgeon - The dwarf sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Amu Darya sturgeon - The Amu Darya sturgeon or false shovelnose sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.
Alabama sturgeon - The Alabama sturgeon was first proposed for protected status in the early 1990s, although by then the fish was already so rare its survival was uncertain.
Indian short-finned eel - Anguilla bicolor is a species of eel in the genus Anguilla of the family Anguillidae consisting of two sub-species.
Japanese eel - Populations of the Japanese eel, along with anguillid eel populations worldwide, have declined drastically in recent years.
Giant mottled eel - This anguillid species can be found from East Africa to French Polynesia and north to southern Japan.
Speckled longfin eel - The long-finned eel is a native of New Guinea, eastern Australia , Lord Howe Island, and New Caledonia.
Eel - The eel lives in fresh water and only leaves this habitat to enter the Atlantic ocean for spawning.
Common conger - The cape conger, Conger wilsoni, is a conger of the family Congridae, found around southern Australia and the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand.
Fimbriated moray - It is pale green-yellow in color with black spots on its face and can reach a max length of 80 cm.
Common pike conger - The females lay the eggs off the coasts of Australia; the eggs take 9–10 weeks to hatch.
Eel - The serpent eel or sand snake-eel, Ophisurus serpens, is an eel of the genus Ophisurus, found in the eastern Atlantic, western Mediterranean, western Indian Ocean, western Pacific, and the north east coast of North Island in New Zealand.
Slender giant moray - The slender giant moray or gangetic moray, Strophidon sathete, is the longest member of the family of moray eels.
Topsmelt silverside - Atherinops affinis, the topsmelt silverside or simply topsmelt, is a species of neotropical silverside native to the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Tide-water silverside - Inland silversides are quite elongate even for silverside, with lengths 6 to 7 times depth.
Key silverside - The key silverside is a U.
Cape blue-eye - The cape blue-eye is a species of fish in the Pseudomugilidae family.
Honey Rainbow Fish - Honey blue-eyes are small, pale honey coloured fish that attain up to 3cms in length when adult.
Tominanga aurea - Tominanga aurea is a species of fish in the Atherinidae family.
Tominanga sanguicauda - Tominanga sanguicauda is a species of fish in the Atherinidae family.
Bombay-duck - The origin of the term "Bombay duck" is uncertain.
Glassy bombay duck - The Glassy Bombay Duck lizardfish which is also known as Harpadon translucens is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives in the mainly in the Indo-West Pacific
Blackear lizardfish - The Blackear lizardfish which is also known as Synodus hoshinonis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.
Barred longtom - Although they have no spine, they do have several soft rays.
Hardhead - The hardhead halfbeak, Chriodorus atherinoides, is a species of halfbeak found across in coastal waters of the western Western Atlantic region from the southern USA to Mexico including Cuba and the Bahamas.
Philippine snubnose halfbeak - Melapedalion breve is a species of halfbeak.
Silver needlefish - The freshwater garfish, Xenentodon cancila is the sole member of its genus.
Bronze - The copper shark has a blunt broad snout, narrow bent cusps on the upper teeth, and no interdorsal ridge.
Creek whaler - It is viviparous.
Pondicherry shark - The Pondicherry shark, Carcharhinus hemiodon is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the Indo-West Pacific Ocean between latitudes 25° N and 13° S.
Queriman shark - The sandbar shark is also called the thickskin shark or brown shark.
Shark - The smalltail shark, Carcharhinus porosus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 32° N and 36° S.
Black-tip shark - The spottail shark, Carcharhinus sorrah, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the Indo-West Pacific oceans waters between latitudes 31° N and 31° S, from the surface to 140 m.
Arrow headed hammerhead shark - The winghead shark, Eusphyra blochii, is a species of hammerhead shark, family Sphyrnidae, named for the remarkably wide lobes on its head.
Maneater shark - The tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier is a species of requiem shark and the only member of the genus Galeocerdo.
Northern river shark - Northern river sharks are likely piscivorous.
Irrawaddy river shark - The Irrawaddy river shark, Glyphis siamensis, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, known only from a single museum specimen originally caught at the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar.
Daggernose shark - The daggernose shark, Isogomphodon oxyrhynchus, is a little-known species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, and the only extant member of its genus.
Broadfin shark - The broadfin shark, Lamiopsis temminckii, the only member of the genus Lamiopsis, is a shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific oceans between latitudes 24° N and 4° S, from the surface to 50 m.
Barbeled hound shark - The barbeled houndshark, Leptocharias smithii, is a species of ground shark and the only member of the family Leptochariidae.
Smalleye smooth hound - Reproduction is viviparous, with 1 to 7 pups in a litter.
Requiem shark - The lemon shark, Negaprion brevirostris, is a shark belonging to the family Carcharhinidae that can grow 10 feet long.
Caribbean sharpnose shark - The Caribbean sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon porosus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean between latitudes 28° N and 40° S, from the surface to 500 m.
Atlantic sharpnose shark - The Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the subtropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 43° N and 25° S, at depths of from 10 to 280 m.
Bonnet hammerhead - Characterized by a broad, smooth, spade-like head, they have the smallest cephalofoil of all Sphyrna.
Leopard shark - The leopard shark is a species of houndshark, family Triakidae, found along the Pacific coast of North America from the U.
Blueback glut herring - Blueback Shad is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Alabama shad - The Alabama shad spawns in medium to large flowing rivers from the Mississippi River drainage to the Suwannee River, Florida.
Caspian marine shad - Caspian Marine Shad is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Enzeli shad - Alosa caspia is a shad living in the Caspian Sea
Astrabad shad - Alosa caspia is a shad living in the Caspian Sea
Blue herring - During mating season, assemble below dams in spring .
Black Sea shad - Black Sea Shad is a species of fish in the Clupeidae family.
Fall herring - Alosa mediocris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Kyack - Alewives are perhaps best known for their invasion of the Great Lakes by using the Welland Canal to bypass Niagara Falls.
Atlantic shad - The American shad or Atlantic shad, Alosa sapidissima, is a species of anadromous fish in family Clupeidae of order Clupeiformes.
Saposhnikovi shad - Alewife is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Agrakhan shad - Alosa sphaerocephala is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Azov shad - Alosa tanaica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Alosa volgensis - Alosa volgensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.
Bony fish - Menhaden historically occurred in large numbers in the North Atlantic, ranging from Nova Scotia, Canada to central Florida, USA, although their presence in northern waters has diminished in the 20th Century.
Chosa herring - Organisms of the species Clupea pallasii manifest a bluish-green dorsal area with silver-white sides and bellies; they are otherwise unmarked.
American gizzard shad - Like other gizzard shads, the body is deep somewhat forward of the middle.
Threadfin shad - The Threadfin Shad, Dorosoma petenense, is a small pelagic planktivor common in rivers, large streams, and reservoirs of the Southeastern United States.
Australian anchovy - The Australian anchovy feeds on plankton.
European anchovy - It is easily distinguished by its deeply-cleft mouth, the angle of the gape being behind the eyes.
Hardback herring - It has a solid back with dark streaks and usually a small dark spot at the upper edge of the operculum and sometimes one located at the shoulder.
Translucent sprat - The Glassy sprat, Hyperlophus translucidus, is a type of sprat fish.
Sandy sprat - The Sandy sprat, Hyperlophus vittatus, also known as the glassies, glassy, white pilchard, or whitebait, is a type of sprat fish.
Australian river gizzard shad - A deep bodied, laterally compressed fish with a blunt snout.
European pilchard - The terms sardine and pilchard are not precise, and the usual meanings vary by region; for instance, to many people a sardine is a young European pilchard.
Fiji sardinella - Fiji Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.
Brazilian sardinella - Brazilian Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.
Madeiran sardinella - Madeiran Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.
Yellowtail sardinella - Yellowtail Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.
Fringescale round herring - The Blue sprat, Spratelloides robustus, also known as the blue bait, blue sardineor bluebaitis, is a type of sprat fish.
Hilsa shad - As it is anadromous in nature , the hilsa lives in the sea for most of its life, but migrates up to 1,200 km inland through rivers in the Indian sub-continent for spawning.
Toli shad - Tenualosa toli or Ilsha Chandana is a shad of the Clupeidae family, available in western Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal to the Java Sea and the South China Sea.
New Guinea thryssa - The freshwater anchovy is a species of fish in the Engraulidae family.
Carp bream - The common bream can be caught in most stocking fisheries and canals and some rivers.
Acanthobrama centisquama - Acanthobrama centisquama is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Horseface loach - A very similar species is the unofficially named longnose loach, Acantopsis octoactinotos, from which the horseface can be distinguished by the latter's down-turned nose.
Alburnus heckeli - Alburnus heckeli is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Alburnus orontis - Alburnus orontis is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Barbus arcislongae - Barbus arcislongae is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Flat bream - The Silver Bream is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Silver hatchet chela - Research in 2001 by Fang Fang suggests that the genus Chela is closely related to the Devarios.
Mrigal carp - Mrigal is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cirrhinus.
Cyprinus acutidorsalis - Cyprinus acutidorsalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cyprinus.
Flying barb - This fish has an exceptional ability for jumping, hence its name, A tight fitting lid with no gaps is recommended
Catla - Gibelion catla, the only member of the genus Gibelion, of the carp family Cyprinidae is a fish with a large protruding lower jaw.
Hypophthalmichthys harmandi - Hypophthalmichthys harmandi is a carp in genus Hypophthalmichthys.
Calbasu - Orangefin Labeo is a fish of the carp family Cyprinidae, found commonly in rivers and freshwater lakes in and around South Asia and South-East Asia.
Rohu - In Hindi it is called rehu .
Belica - The Moderlieschen or Belica is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Golden orfe - The body has a typical cyprinid shape and generally silvery appearance, while the fins are a pinkish red in varying degrees.
Leuciscus spurius - Squalius spurius is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Sacramento blackfish - Blackfish are distinctive for their overall dark color .
Bheema osteobrama - Osteobrama vigorsii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Osteobrama.
Ziege - It is found in Austria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Republic of, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
Sacramento splittail - The common name is inspired by the distinctive appearance of the tail fin, in which the upper lobe is distinctly larger.
Yag baligi - Pseudophoxinus anatolicus is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Pseudophoxinus antalyae - Pseudophoxinus antalyae is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Puntius cataractae - Puntius cataractae is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.
Pool barb - The pool barb is a tropical freshwater and brackish fish belonging to the Puntius genus in the family Cyprinidae.
Greenstripe barb - The Greenstripe Barb, Puntius vittatus, is a tropical freshwater and brackish fish belonging to the Cyprininae subfamily of the Cyprinidae family.
Rhodeus spinalis - When spawning, the females deposit their eggs inside bivalves, where they hatch and the young remain until they can swim.
Schistura fasciolata - Schistura fasciolata is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.
Schistura incerta - Schistura incerta is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schistura.
Sinogastromyzon wui - Sinogastromyzon wui is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sinogastromyzon.
South European Toothcarp - The Mediterranean killifish or South European toothcarp is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.
Spanish pupfish - It is a freshwater fish, native to southern and eastern Spain and to northwestern Algeria.
White sands pupfish - The White Sands pupfish is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.
Bermuda killifish - It can grow up to 12.
Fundulus heteroclitus macrolepidotus - Mummichogs are typically found in muddy marshes, channels, and grass flats along coastal areas.
Saltmarsh topminnow - Saltmarsh topiminnows have little color in life; there is cross-hatching on the back and sides that may be gray-green or fainter and 12 to 30 dark round spots are often arranged in rows along the midside of the body from above the pectoral fin to the base of the caudal fin.
California killifish - Like the other members of the family, California killifish are small, no more than about 11 cm in length.
Dominican gambusia - The Dominican gambusia, Gambusia dominicensis, is a species of freshwater fish.
Eastern mosquitofish - Eastern mosquitofish were introduced to Australia to control mosquitoes, when in reality various small Australian native fish were already keeping mosquitoes to a minimal level.
Dwarf livebearer - The Dwarf Livebearer is the only member of the genus Heterandria to be found in the United States.
American flagfish - The flagfish or American flagfish, Jordanella floridae, is a killifish native to Florida.
Matanzas rivulus - The mangrove rivulus is a U.
Rainwater killifish - The rainwater killifish, is a species of fish in the Fundulidae family.
Blue eye - Identified by a white-coloured spot on its head which gave it its name, the 8 cm long species tends to keep to the surface of the water, and is useful in controlling the mosquito population by feeding on its larvae.
White-eye - This fish species is found in Pacific drainages in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.
Madagascar lampeye - Pantanodon madagascariensis was a species of fish in the Poeciliidae family.
Eastcoast lampeye - The eastcoast lampeye is a species of fish in the Poeciliidae family.
Dusky millions fish - Phalloceros caudimaculatus is a species fish of often kept in aquariums, because of the relative ease of breeding.
Amazon molly - In nature, the Amazon molly typically mates with a male from one of four different species, either P.
Sailfin Molly - The sailfin molly was originally described in 1821 as Mollienesia latipinna by the naturalist Charles Alexandre Lesueur.
Millions fish - The guppy , also known as the millionfish is one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species in the world.
Sail-fin molly - It is outwardly similar to the sailfin molly, P.
Matanzas rivulus - The mangrove rivulus is a U.
Green swordtail - Male swordtails are aggressive towards each other, so they must be kept singly or in groups of five or more.
Pacific ladyfish - The Pacific Tenpounders have very round bodies with terminal mouths, and profound gill formations known as pseudobranchiae.
West African ladyfish - The West African ladyfish, Elops lacerta, is a species of fish in the Elopidae family.
Tenpounder - This species is found in coastal regions of the Indian ocean.
Senegalese ladyfish - The Senegalese ladyfish grows to a maximum total length of 90 centimeters and a maximum weight of 5.
Atlantic tarpon - In appearance, it is greenish or bluish on top, and silver on the sides.
Cod - Fishes attributed to East Siberian cod are found off the western half of the Canadian coast and the coasts of Siberia and also off northern and southern coasts of Greenland.
Polar cod - The polar cod has a slender body, deeply forked tail, projecting mouth and a small whisker on its chin.
Cod - Its range spans the North Pacific, from off the Korean coasts until beyond Bering Straits, off the Alaskan coasts.
Arctic cod - Navaga fish usually occur at shallow depths, along shores with soft bottoms, close to the ice and on the continental shelf.
Cod - In colour the Greenland cod is generally sombre, ranging from tan to brown to silvery.
Blue grenadier - The blue grenadier is the subject of a large commercial fishery industry in New Zealand, which has been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as well-managed and sustainable in March 2001.
North Pacific hake - Its length is about 3 ft and they live up to 15 years.
Frostfish - The season of the tomcod varies by location -- one known example is the Sainte-Anne River in Quebec, where its season is from late-December to mid-February.
Bearded rock-cod - The southern bastard codling or bearded red cod, Pseudophycis barbata, is a morid cod of the genus Pseudophycis, found around southern Australia including Tasmania, and New Zealand, from the surface to 300 m.
Alaska pollack - The Norwegian pollock , a rare fish of Norwegian waters, may actually be the same species as the Alaska pollock.
Short dragonfish - The little dragonfish or short dragonfish is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family.
Santa Ana stickleback - Three subspecies are currently recognised by the IUCN:
Unarmored threespine stickleback - Three subspecies are currently recognised by the IUCN:
Southern ninespine stickleback - A combination of two characters: lack of caudal peduncle keel, presence of large lateral scutes.
Great white shark - The best selling novel Jaws and the subsequent film by Steven Spielberg provided the great white shark with the image of a "man eater" in the public mind.
Gemfish - The Alligator Gar, Gator Gar, or Atractosteus spatula, is a primitive ray-finned fish.
Spotted gar - They are very persistent fish along with other fish in the family Lepisosteidae.
Gar - The longnose gar ranges in length from 60–182 cm and weighs 0.
Black angler - The striated frogfish, Antennarius striatus, is a frogfish of the family Antennariidae, found in all subtropical oceans, to depths of between 10 and 210 m.
Lobed river mullet - The Lobed river mullet is also known as Ludong and is found in the Cagayan River of Northern Luzon region of the Philippines.
Thicklip grey mullet - It is a common fish of shallow, sheltered coasts, estuaries, and around power station and sewer outfalls; it can also enter fresh water areas.
South African mullet - The South African mullet or harder mullet, Liza richardsonii, is a species of mullet.
Freshwater springer - The freshwater mullet, Myxus capensis, is a species of fish in the Mugilidae family.
Leopard shark - The zebra shark, Stegostoma fasciatum , is a species of carpet shark and the sole member of the family Stegostomatidae.
Maori trout - The giant kokopu, Galaxias argenteus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand.
Koaro - The climbing galaxias is unlikely to be confused with the other diadromous whitebait species because of its shape.
Banded kokopu - The banded kokopu, Galaxias fasciatus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, including the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.
Common galaxias - The common galaxias, Galaxias maculatus, is a species of fish from the galaxiid family that is very widespread in the southern hemisphere.
Shortjaw kokopu - The shortjaw kokopu, Galaxias postvectis, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, apart from the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.
Spotted mountain trout - Spotted galaxias has a very wide distribution, being found in southern Victoria, all of Tasmania, offshore islands in between, as well as south-west Western Australia.
Tasmanian whitebait - The Tasmanian whitebait or Derwent whitebait, Lovettia sealii, is a galaxiid of the family Galaxiidae, found only in Tasmania, Australia.
Breakfast fish - Females reach 20 cm in length, while males are up to 25 cm long.
Tasmanian mudfish - N.
European smelt - The body of the European smelt is typically 15 to 18 cm long, slender and slightly flattened on either side.
Plecoglossus altivelis chinensis - The name "sweetfish" is due to the sweetness of its flesh.
Ryukyu ayu-fish - The name "sweetfish" is due to the sweetness of its flesh.
Cucumber herring - The Australian grayling is a streamlined fish with a streamlined, vaguely trout-like shape.
Extinct grayling - The New Zealand grayling, Prototroctes oxyrhynchus, is an extinct smelt of the genus Prototroctes, which was found only in lowland rivers and streams of New Zealand.
Australian smelt - Widely distributed through the south eastern part of the Australian mainland.
Tasmanian smelt - The Tasmanian smelt, Retropinna tasmanica, is a small, pelagic freshwater smelt found in lowland streams of Tasmania, Australia.
Spirinchus lanceolatus - Shishamo or Spirinchus lanceolatus is a saltwater fish about 15 centimeters in length.
Pacific smelt - Its most distinctive characteristic is the long pectoral fins that reach nearly to the base of the pelvic fins, and thus inspire the common name.
Stokell's smelt - Stokell's smelt, Stokellia anisodon, is a smelt, the only member of the genus Stokellia, found in rivers between the Waiau and Waitaki Rivers on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand.
Eurachon - The common names of this fish have a somewhat confusing relationship.
Black bream - The species is primarily an inhabitant of estuaries and coastal lakes, rarely entering the ocean, as it cannot complete its life cycle in a fully marine environment.
Indian threadfish - The Indian threadfish is one of three members of the diamond trevally genus Alectis, which itself is one of 33 genera encapsulated in the jack family, Carangidae.
Blackfin scad - The blackfin scad is one of five species in the scad genus Alepes, which is one of 33 genera of the jack family, Carangidae.
Herring scad - The herring scad is one of five extant species in the scad genus Alepes, a group of fish in the jack family, Carangidae.
Lesser sand-eel - This is an offshore sandeel species that breeds from November through into February, and can survive up to 9 years.
Yellowtail trumpeter - The species commonly inhabits estuaries during the warmer months of the year, moving offshore in winter to avoid the influx of fresh water from swollen rivers.
The climbing bass - The Anabantidae are a family of perciform fish commonly called the climbing gouramies or climbing perches.
Sheepshead seabream - Although the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn, in New York City, was named after the fish,
Western Atlantic seabream - Carolus Linnaeus described the Western Atlantic seabream in the 1758 edition of Systema Naturae.
Japanese meagre - Argyrosomus japonicus is a fish of the Sciaenidae family.
Atlantic shadefish - A.
Australian ruff - In Victoria and South Australia, it is commonly called the "Tommy Ruff".
Yellowtail scad - The yellowtail scad is the only member of the monotypic genus Atule, one of thirty genera in the jack and horse mackerel family Carangidae.
Silver croaker - The American silver perch, Bairdiella chrysoura, is an American fish.
Island gudgeon - The island gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.
Barred gudgeon - The barred gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.
Bumblebee goby - B.
Bumblebee fish - Brachygobius xanthozona is distinct from many of the other species in the genus Brachygobius and has been placed by some ichthyologists in the genus Hypogymnogobius.
Mangrove dragonet - Mangrove dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.
River dragonet - River dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.
Callionymus melanotopterus - Callionymus melanotopterus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.
Reticulated dragonet - Reticulated dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.
Short-snout sand-dragonet - Short-snout sand-dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.
Longfin trevally - The longfin trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.
Longnose trevally - The bluespotted trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
Shadow trevally - The shadow trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.
Blue-spotted trevally - The bluespotted trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
Bonito - The green jack is formally classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.
Longfin crevalle jack - The longfin crevalle jack is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
Blacktip trevally - The blacktip trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
Cabali - The Horse-eye jack, known for its proportionally large eyes, commonly has 8-9 spines on its dorsal fin and 20-22 dorsal rays.
Black ulua - The bluefin trevally is a strong predatory fish, with a diet dominated by fish and supplemented by cephalopods and crustaceans as an adult.
Brassy trevally - The brassy trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
False scad - The false scad is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
Bayad - It is predominantly an inshore fish, inhabiting reefs down to depths of around 100 m in both coastal zones and offshore islands, often venturing into estuaries and sandy bays as juveniles.
Seargent fish - One of the largest snooks, C.
Flaming angelfish - In captivity, this species feeds on a variety of food including live brine shrimp, frozen meaty foods as well as spirulina, seaweed sheets and pellets.
Atlantic spadefish - Due to their reputation as strong fighters, they are popular game fish, especially during the summer months when they are most active.
Doubledash butterflyfish - It feeds on polychaetes, crustaceans, hydroids and ascidians.
Latticed coralfish - It grows to a maximum of 18 cm long.
Elongate glass-perchlet - The elongate glassy perchlet reaches a maximum overall length of 11 cm .
Burmese snakehead - Channa harcourtbutleri is a species of snakehead endemic to Inle Lake.
Redfingers - The redfingers is of typical morwong shape.
Torrent fish - The torrent fish, Cheimarrichthys fosteri, is the only member of the genus Cheimarrichthys which in turn is the only member of the family Cheimarrichthyidae.
Atlantic bumper - The Atlantic bumper is best recognized by its profile, the bottom being much more curved than the top.
Peacock bass - There are 15 known species of peacock bass and two more that ichthyologists have yet to name.
Keyhole cichlid - The keyhole cichlid, Cleithracara maronii, is a cichlid fish endemic to tropical South America, occurring in the Orinoco River basin from Guyana to French Guiana.
Carpet eel-blenny - Congrogadus subducens is a Dottyback from the Indo-West Pacific.
Common dolphinfish - Although its common name is "dolphin-fish", the mahi-mahi is a fish not a dolphin, and is not at all related to the Delphinidae family of mammals whose common name is simply dolphin.
Burrowing goby - This species has a very limited distribution and is threatened by coastal development, pollution and siltation of estuaries caused by soil erosion from further inland.
Shiner surfperch - Shiner perches are similar to tule perches, deep-bodied with a dusky greenish back and silvery sides that have a pattern combining fine horizontal bars with three broad yellow vertical bars.
Acoupa weakfish - The acoupa weakfish, Cynoscion acoupa, is a croaker of the family Sciaenidae, found in the western Atlantic from Panama to Argentina, at depths down to 20 m.
European seabass - The European seabass is a member of the Moronidae family.
Porgy - The Spottail pinfish was described in 1878 by Tarleton Hoffman Bean, an ichthyologist who worked mainly on the Connecticut coast.
Honey-head damsel - Dischistodus prosopotaenia is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Pacific fat sleeper - Dormitator latifrons mainly feeds on detritus and MOND and vegetal rest, but in addition it includes in his diet micromoluscus, ostracodos, nemertinos, trematodos, grudges of fish, copepodos, annelids, larvae of insects and possibly inorganic sediments with which it also incorporates some foraminiferos.
Bastard dory - It is native to reefs in the Indian and western Pacific Oceans, and to the coastal waters of Australia.
Grouper - Alternatively, the term "white grouper" is also used as a local vernacular name for several other species of fish, including the yellowedge grouper , Nassau grouper , and Venezuelan grouper .
Captain fine - The brown-spotted rockcod or catface rockcod is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
Blacktip grouper - The blacktip grouper is widely distributed; it is found from the Red Sea to South Africa, as far north as Korea, and in the waters around Australia.
Giant grouper - The goliath grouper is found primarily in shallow tropical waters among coral and artificial reefs at depths of up to 165 feet .
Giant grouper - This giant fish is similar to an Estuary Cod and colour changes with age.
Pearl-spot - The species co-occurs throughout its range with the Green chromide .
Banded etroplus - It inhabits fresh and brackish water habitats, found throughout Kerala, especially in Kerala Backwaters around Alleppey, and in western flowing rivers in Karnataka, and backwaters of Andhra Pradesh.
Tidewater goby - The genus name translates as "true cycloid goby", referring to the scales, while the species epithet is in honor of J.
Longjaw mudsucker - As the common name suggests, the upper jaw is extremely long, reaching nearly to the opercular opening.
Violet goby - Violet gobies are found all along the Atlantic coast from Georgia in the United States of America, to northern Brazil.
Common bully - The common bully, Gobiomorphus cotidianus, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in New Zealand.
Giant bully - It is very similar to the common bully; they have seven spines in the first dorsal fin but giant bullies always have six.
Bluegilled bully - The bluegill bully, Gobiomorphus hubbsi, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in most rivers in the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
Redfinned bully - The redfinned bully, Gobiomorphus huttoni, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in rivers in New Zealand and the Chatham Islands.
Two-spotted goby - There is a black spot at the base of the tail fin, and in the males, there is a second, smaller black spot beneath the pectoral fins.
Blacktail - The Eurasian Ruffe is a freshwater fish found in temperate regions of Europe and northern Asia.
Puddingwife wrasse - Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico
Convict fish - Severums in the aquarium trade may not be actual Heros severus but hybrids with Heros efasciatus.
Great sandeel - Breeding occurs through between March into August.
Golden sleeper - This fish has a very limited distribution in estuaries along the coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
Iranocichla hormuzensis - Iranocichla is a monotypic genus of mouthbrooding cichlid fish with a single species, Iranocichla hormuzensis.
Kuhlia xenura - The Hawaiian flagtail is a species of the genus of flagtail fishes.
Silver drummer - The silver drummer, Kyphosus sydneyanus, is a sea chub of the family Kyphosidae, found around Australia and New Zealand in shallow rocky areas.
Porgy - The pinfish is a small fish, growing only to about 4.
Barramundi - Barramundi is a loanword from an Australian Aboriginal language of the Rockhampton area in Queensland L.
Spot croaker - Their diet consists largely of organic detritus, small crustaceans, and worms.
Atlantic tripletail - The Atlantic tripletail is the only fish in the Lobotidae family that can be found in the Atlantic Ocean.
African red snapper - African red snapper is a species of fish in the Lutjanidae family.
Snapper - The mutton snapper is a species of fish.
Mangrove snapper - Coloration of the Mangrove Jack ranges from burnt orange, to copper, to bronze and dark reddish-brown, depending on its age and environment.
Cubera snapper - The largest recorded Cubera Snapper in the world was caught off the coast of Freeport, Texas June 23, 1984 by David Fotorny of Houston, Texas.
Black pargue - Its color is typically greyish red, but it can change color from bright red to copper red.
Emperor red snapper - Lutjanus sebae is a Snapper from the Indo-West Pacific.
Estuary perch - It is very similar to and very closely related to its sister species the Australian bass, Macquaria novemaculeata.
Australian bass - Australian bass are closely related and very similar in appearance to estuary perch .
Flagfin prawn goby - 8.
Torpedo scad - The torpedo scad is the only member of the monotypic genus Megalaspis, which is one of the thirty genera in the family Carangidae, a group of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei.
Knout goby - The Knout Goby inhabits the inshore waters, estuaries, brackish- and fresh-water lagoons of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
Atlantic croaker - Atlantic croaker live in coastal waters from Maine to Florida.
Cave gudgeon - The blind gudgeon is a species of fish in the Eleotridae family.
Silver moony - One of the most commonly kept in brackish water aquaria.
African moony - This species is quite widely kept in brackish and saltwater water aquaria; although it has only very rarely been bred in captivity, it is otherwise hardy and easy to care for.
Sea perch - The white perch, Morone americana, is not a true perch but is, rather, a fish of the temperate bass family Moronidae, notable as a food and game fish in eastern North America.
Striped sea-bass - The striped bass is a typical member of the Moronidae family in shape, having a streamlined, silvery body marked with longitudinal dark stripes running from behind the gills to the base of the tail.
Gag grouper - Ten- to twenty-pound fish are common.
Yarra pygmy perch - The yarra pygmy perch is a species of perch-like fish in the Percichthyidae family.
Racer goby - It is non-indigenous species in Poland.
Caspian round goby - Round gobies are small, soft-bodied fish, characterized by a distinctive black spot on the first dorsal fin.
Spotty - The New Zealand spotty, Notolabrus celidotus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus, found all around New Zealand to depths of about 10 m, in many different habitats.
Odontamblyopus lacepedii - This species excavates elaborate vertical burrows up to 90 cm long in the sea bed.
Jack - Leatherjack may also refer to the smooth leatherjacket, a member of the Monacanthidae family.
Oreochromis amphimelas - Oreochromis amphimelas is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.
Korogwe tilapia - Oreochromis korogwe is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.
Mozambique tilapia - The Mozambique tilapia is laterally compressed, and has a deep body with long dorsal fins.
Mweru tilapia - Oreochromis mweruensis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.
Oreochromis tanganicae - Oreochromis tanganicae is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.
Dwarf pigmygoby - The dwarf pygmy goby is a tropical freshwater fish of the family Gobiidae.
Monarch cichlid - Physically similar to other members of the genus, especially P.
False yellowjacket cichlid - The female of this species is even more brilliantly coloured, with a deep shades of red and oranges much more prominent than the males colour.
Meo Viejo - The meo viejo is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
Indian glassy fish - The Indian glassy fish has a striking transparent body revealing its bones and internal organs; the male develops a dark edge to the dorsal fin.
Parioglossus marginalis - The dart goby, Parioglossus marginalis, is a dartfish of the genus Parioglossus, found along the east coast of Australia and in a few isolated localities in Northland and Great Barrier Island, New Zealand.
Common krib - In the wild, male P.
American butterfish - Fish of this species are usually deep-bodied, flattened sideways and somewhat circular or rounded, with blunt noses and small mouths with weak teeth.
American perch - Yellow Perch reach sexual maturity at one to three years of age for males and two to three years of age for females.
Chinese sleeper - Synonyms:
Harlequin sweetlips - Juveniles are brown with large white blotches and mimic the movement of a poisonous flatworm for defence against predators.
Banded drum - Their teeth are rounded and they have powerful jaws capable of crushing oysters and other shellfish.
Giant African threadfin - Gérard Loubens .
Bluefish - In South Africa, this fish is commonly known as shad on the east coast, and elf on the west coast.
Canestrini's Goby - Canestrini's goby is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.
Yellowspotted sawtail - The yellowspotted sawtail, Prionurus maculatus, is a tang of the family Acanthuridae, found in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
Proterorhinus tataricus - It inhabits a short stretch of River Chornaya where water is extracted in large quantities for irrigation and the species faces a critical risk of extinction in a near future.
Waigieu seaperch - Reaching a maximum overall length of 47 cm , P.
Underjaw kingfish - In New Zealand, this trevally is known by the Māori as araara, and is generally confined to waters north of Cook Strait, although it sometimes reaches as far south as Otago in the summer.
Black king fish - Attaining a maximum length of 2 metres and maximum weight of 68 kilograms , cobia have elongate fusiform bodies and broad, flattened heads.
Rhinogobius giurinus - Barcheek goby, Rhinogobius giurinus is a species of the family Gobiidae.
Loach goby - Thacker and Hardman's study of the molecular phylogeny of the gobies indicates that the loach goby is the most primitive member of the gobioidei.
Zander - The zander is a common and popular game fish in Europe.
Estuarine perch - Stizostedion marinum is a species of fish in the Percidae family.
Blue pike - In some parts of its range, the walleye is mistakenly known as the colored pike, yellow pike or pickerel , although the fish is related neither to the pikes nor to the other pickerels, both of which are members of the family Esocidae.
Salema - Sarpa salpa, also known as the Salema porgy, is a species of bream, recognisable by the golden stripes that run down the length of its body, and which can cause hallucinations when eaten.
Queensland school mackerel - The Queensland school mackerel, Scomberomorus queenslandicus, is a species of fish in the family Scombridae.
Broad-barred king mackerel - The Broadbarred king mackerel, Scomberomorus semifasciatus, is a species of fish in the family Scombridae.
Silver sweep - The silver sweep, Scorpis lineolata, is a sweep of the genus Scorpis, found around eastern Australia and northern New Zealand to depths of about 30 m, over reef areas and off headlands.
Green-hide jack - The leathery grunter is a species of fish in the Terapontidae family.
Samson fish - The samson fish is a jack of the genus Seriola.
Common warehou - The common warehou is not to be confused with the bluenose warehou which is a deepwater member of the warehou family.
Stimpson's goby - The nopoli rockclimbing goby, oopu nopili, or Stimpson's goby is a species of fish in the Gobiidae family.
Australian whiting - The King George whiting is the only species nested in the genus Sillaginodes, which itself is in the family Sillaginidae, containing all the smelt whitings.
Gangetic sillago - The Gangetic whiting is the only species of the genus Sillaginopsis, which itself is one of three genera the family Sillaginidae, containing all the smelt whitings.
Golden-lined sillago - The golden lined whiting is a member of the genus Sillago, which contain 29 other species.
Clubfoot sillago - The club-foot whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.
Yellowfin sillago - The yellowfin whiting is one of 29 species in the genus Sillago, which is one of three divisions of the smelt whiting family Sillaginidae.
Gilt head bream - The gilt-head bream is generally considered the best-tasting of the breams and has given the whole family of Sparidae its name.
Barra - The great barracuda is a species of barracuda.
Spotted goby - Knight Gobies live in fresh and brackish waters in Borneo, Java, Sumatra, and the Philippines.
Black-fish - Barlett wrote " is an Indian word, and may be found in Roger Williams' Key to the Indian Language.
Jarbua terapon - Terapon jarbua is a Grunter from the Indo-Pacific.
Allison's tuna - The yellowfin tuna is often marketed as ahi tuna, from its Hawaiian name ʻahi although the name ʻahi in Hawaiian also refers to the closely related bigeye tuna.
Snake mackerel - It can grow up to 200 cm long and weigh as much as 6 kg .
Totoaba - The totoaba can grow up to two metres in length and 100 kg in weight.
Banded archerfish - The name refers to Sagittarius the archer, because of the unusual method banded archerfish use to capture prey.
Florida pompano - The Florida pompano is a fast growing species and attains a length of approximately 8 inches after its first year, surviving for only about 3 to 4 years .
Yellowtail horse mackerel - The yellowtail horse mackerel is very similar to the greenback horse mackerel but has 68 to 73 lateral line scutes, compared with 76 to 82 for the greenback horse mackerel.
Atlantic cutlassfish - Largehead hairtails can grow to over 2 m in length; the largest recorded weight is 5 kg and the oldest recorded age is 15 years.
Pastel cichlid - FishBase Eds.
Slender mudskipper - Zappa is a genus of goby named after musician Frank Zappa "for his articulate and sagacious defense of the First Amendment of the U.
Ocean pout - Scientists have done studies wherein genes are taken from the ocean pout and implanted into salmon in an attempt to make the latter grow faster.
Viviparous blenny - Viviparous eelpouts grow to a maximum length of 52 cm and a maximum weight of 510 g .
Caspian lamprey - The Caspian lamprey, Caspiomyzon wagneri, is a species of lamprey native to the Caspian Sea.
Pouched lamprey - It is a species of lamprey that occurs throughout much of the southern hemisphere.
Pacific lamprey - The Pacific lamprey lives along the Pacific Coast of North America and Asia.
Chilean lamprey - Mordacia lapicida, also known as the Chilean Lamprey, is a species of fish in the Petromyzontidae family.
Australian lamprey - Adult short-headed lampreys live at sea and are parasites on other fish.
Sole - Occurs mainly in brackish or hyper-saline lagoons, or on sandy-muddy bottoms of estuaries as well as the littoral zone.
Largescale tonguesole - The eyed side of the fish is uniform brown, with a dark patch on the gill cover, and its blind side is white.
Fourlined tonguesole - Cynoglossus bilineatus, commonly known as the Fourlined tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Ghanian tonguesole - Cynoglossus cadenati, commonly known as the Ghanaian tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Canary tonguesole - Cynoglossus canariensis, commonly known as the Canary tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Durban tonguesole - Cynoglossus durbanensis, commonly known as the Durban tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Speckled tonguesole - Cynoglossus puncticeps, commonly known as the Speckled tonguesole is a species of tonguefish.
Diamond turbot - The diamond turbot feeds almost entirely during daylight, and its diet consists of benthos invertebrates such as polychaetes, molluscs and shrimps.
California flounder - A top level predator that hunts by stealth, it is prized by fishermen as great table fare.
European flounder - The European flounder is oval in shape and is usually right-eyed.
Flounder - The distinctive features of the starry flounder include the combination of black and white-to-orange bar on the dorsal and anal fins, as well as the skin covered with scales modified into tiny star-shaped plates or tubercles , resulting in a rough feel.
European plaice - Plaice are determinate spawners in which fecundity is determined before the onset of spawning.
Black flounder - The black flounder, Rhombosolea retiaria, is a flatfish of the genus Rhombosolea, found around New Zealand in shallow enclosed waters and coastal freshwater lakes.
New Zealand greenback flounder - The greenback flounder, Rhombosolea tapirina, is a righteye flounder of the genus Rhombosolea, found around southern Australia and New Zealand.
Hogchoker - Distinguished from other species by an inter-brachial septum lacking a foramen.
Ropefish - The reedfish has a maximum total length of 90 centimetres but usually 40 cm in a fish tank.
Karati hangar - The knifetooth sawfish , also known as the pointed sawfish or narrow sawfish, is a sawfish of the family Pristidae, found in the shallow coastal waters and estuaries of the Indo-West Pacific, ranging from the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf to southern Japan, Papua New Guinea and northern Australia.
Eagle ray - The longheaded eagle ray is a species of fish in the Myliobatidae family.
Bishop ray - The spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari, Euphrasen , or bonnet ray, is a cartilaginous fish found in shallow coastal water by coral reefs and bays, in depths down to 80 meters .
Mottled eagle ray - The mottled eagle ray is a species of fish in the Myliobatidae family.
Banded eagle ray - The banded eagle ray is a species of fish in the Myliobatidae family.
Maiden ray - The length of its body and tail is generally slightly less than 1 meter and width is about half a meter.
Eastern shovelnose ray - Aptychotrema Rostrata, common names Banjo Fish, Banks Shovelnose Ray, Common Shovelnosed Ray, Eastern Shovelnose Ray, Long-Snouted Shovelnose Ray, Southern Shovelnose Ray, Shovelnose Shark or simply Shovelnose Ray is a species of fish in the family Rhinobatidae.
Stingaree - Three to five pups are usually born per litter after a 5 month pregnancy .
Short-tail stingray - The short-tail stingray is found on the continental shelf around South Africa , Mozambique, Australia
Sharpsnout stingray - Dutch ichthyologist Marinus Boeseman described the sharpsnout stingray in a 1948 issue of the scientific journal Zoologische Mededelingen, based on a juvenile male caught off Suriname with a disc length of 36 cm .
Dasyatis hypostigma - Hugo Santos and Marcelo de Carvalho formally described the groovebelly stingray in a 2004 volume of Boletim do Museu Nacional, giving it the name Dasyatis hypostigma, from the Greek hypo and stigma .
Daisy stingray - The daisy stingray, Dasyatis margarita, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in shallow coastal waters along the coast of West Africa.
Pearl stingray - Prior to being described by Leonard Compagno and Tyson Roberts, in a 1984 paper for the Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, the pearl stingray was generally lumped together with the daisy stingray in scientific literature, though its existence had been recognized since at least 1965.
Smalleye stingray - The smalleye stingray, Dasyatis microps, is a large species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, measuring up to 2.
Atlantic stingray - The Atlantic stingray, Dasyatis sabina, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, common along the Atlantic coast of North America from Chesapeake Bay to Mexico and also found in brackish and freshwater habitats.
Pale-edged stingray - The pale-edged stingray or sharpnose stingray, Dasyatis zugei, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans from India to Indonesia and Japan.
Butterfly ray - The spiny butterfly ray or giant butterfly ray, Gymnura altavela, is a species of butterfly ray, family Gymnuridae, native to the shallow coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Freshwater whipray - The first known specimen of the freshwater whipray was caught during a 1989 scientific expedition from the Daly River, after which it was eventually be named.
Mangrove whipray - The mangrove whipray, Himantura granulata, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.
Pointed-nose stingray - The pointed-nose stingray, Himantura jenkinsii, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.
Marbled freshwater whip ray - The marbled freshwater whip ray, Himantura krempfi, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.
Marbled whipray - The marbled whipray, Himantura oxyrhyncha, is an extremely rare, little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, native to several freshwater rivers in Southeast Asia.
White-rimmed stingray - The white-edge freshwater whipray was described by Leonard Compagno and Tyson Roberts in a 1982 issue of Environmental Biology of Fishes, with the specific epithet signifer in reference to its distinctive coloration.
Cowtail stingray - The cowtail stingray, Pastinachus sephen, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, widespread in the Indo-Pacific region and occasionally entering freshwater habitats.
Roughnose stingray - Peter Last, B.
Bullray - The bull ray, Pteromylaeus bovinus, or duckbill ray is a large stingray of the eagle ray family found around coasts of Europe and Africa.
Cowfish - The embryo grows within its mother with its wings folded over its body.
Stingaree - The common stingaree is a species of fish in the Urolophidae family.
Porcupine ray - The porcupine ray, Urogymnus asperrimus, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in shallow coastal waters throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific and off West Africa.
Thorny freshwater stingray - The pincushion ray or thorny freshwater stingray, Urogymnus ukpam, is a little-known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the rivers and lakes of West Africa.
Cisco - This species occasionally grows as large as 40 cm and 2.
Atlantic whitefish - The Atlantic whitefish is a freshwater salmonid fish inhabiting the northwestern Atlantic ocean around the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, as well as some freshwater lakes within Nova Scotia.
Arctic cisco - The omul has traditionally been regarded as a subspecies of the Arctic cisco Coregonus autumnalis.
Large Bottom Whitefish - The broad whitefish is a freshwater whitefish species.
Houting - 'Houtings' were said to be surviving in Denmark.
Northern whitefish - The peled, also called the northern whitefish , is a species of freshwater whitefish in the Salmonidae family.
Bottom Whitefish - The humpback whitefish, also known as the bottom whitefish, is a species of fish in the Salmonidae family.
Japanese huchen - Sakhalin taimen is one of largest, most ancient salmon species and primarily inhabitats the lower to middle reaches of lakes and rivers.
Humpie - In the ocean, pink salmon are bright silver fish.
Calico salmon - They have an ocean coloration of silvery blue green.
Coho salmon - During their ocean phase, Coho have silver sides and dark blue backs.
Salmon - This fish prefers a temperate climate, around the area of 65° N - 58° N, and in the sea, it prefers a depth range of 0 - 200 m.
Sockeye salmon or kokanee - Sockeye salmon , also called red salmon or blueback salmon, is an anadromous species of salmon found in the Pacific Ocean.
Chinook salmon or king salmon - Chinook salmon are highly valued, due in part to their relative scarcity vs other salmon along most of the Pacific coast.
Frost fish - While it was once common, numbers have been decreasing in the last century due to a number of possible causes.
Black Sea salmon - The Black Sea Salmon is a fairly small species of salmon, at about 20 inches on average and rarely reaching over 30.
Bay salmon - It is also commercially known as Bay Salmon, Black Salmon, Caplin-scull Salmon, Fiddler, Grayling, Grilse, Grilt, Kelt, Landlocked Salmon, Ouananiche, Outside Salmon, Parr, Sebago Salmon, Silver Salmon, Slink, Smolt, Spring Salmon or simply Winnish.
Bull trout - S.
Aurora trout - The brook trout is native to small streams, creeks, lakes, and spring ponds.
Salvelinus leucomaenis pluvius - Salvelinus leucomaenis is a Japanese trout in the genus of Salvelinus called Iwana in Japanese and whitespotted char in English.
Southern Dolly Varden - The subspecies S.
Connie - The fish has a large mouth with a protruding lower jaw and a high and pointed dorsal fin.
Horned searobin - Bellator militaris is a species of fish in the Triglidae family.
Flying gurnard - The flying gurnard, Dactylopterus volitans, is a fish of tropical to warm temperate waters on both sides of the Atlantic, found as far north as New Jersey and south as Brazil, and from the English Channel to Angola.
South Australian cobbler - This species lies motionless through the day, becoming active at night, when the smaller ones eat shrimp and crabs, while the larger cobblers eat other fish.
Bearded ghoul - Inimicus didactylus, also known as Demon Stinger or Devil Stinger, is a tropical fish.
Pacific staghorn sculpin - Staghorn sculpins are slender fish, with a grayish olive above, pale creamy yellow sides, and a white belly.
Bullhead - The Father Lasher is found among seaweed and stones on muddy or sandy seabeds.
Leaf goblinfish - Neovespicula depressifrons is the sole member of the member of the genus Neovespicula.
Black flathead - Flathead are notable for their unusual body shape, upon which their hunting strategy is based.
Bartailed flathead - The bartail flathead , also called Bar-Tailed Flathead, Bartail Blenny, Gobi, Indian Flathead, or Indo-Pacific Flathead, is the type species for the Platycephalus genus of fish.
Flasher scorpionfish - Scorpaenopsis macrochir is a Scorpionfish from the Pacific.
Chilipepper - The Chilipepper is a type of rockfish that lives mainly off the coast of western North America from Baja California to Vancouver.
Stonefish - Stonefish live primarily above the tropic of Capricorn: The reef stonefish is the most widespread species of the stonefishes family, and is known to be found in the shallow tropical marine waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, ranging from the Red Sea to the Queensland Great Barrier Reef.
Brown catfish - The brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus, is a fish of the Ictaluridae family that is widely distributed in North America.
Kukwari sea catfish - Amphiarius phrygiatus is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.
Softhead sea catfish - Amphiarius rugispinis is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.
Hardhead - Hardhead catfish spawn during the early summer in estuarine and near-shore waters along the coast.
Aspistor luniscutis - Aspistor luniscutis is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.
Gillbacker sea catfish - Aspistor parkeri is a species of catfish of family Ariidae.
Sevenbarbed banjo - Aspredinichthys filamentosus is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.
Tenbarbed banjo - Aspredinichthys tibicen is a species of catfish of the family Aspredinidae.
Gafftopsail sea catfish - The gafftopsail catfish, Bagre marinus, is found in the waters of the western central Atlantic Ocean, as well as the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.
Beardless sea catfish - This fish reaches about 25.
Smallmouthed salmon catfish - Froggatt's catfish is a species of fish in the Ariidae family.
Albino walking fish - Walking catfish are around 30 cm in length and have an elongated body shape.
Nigerian clarias - The broadhead catfish is identified by its large dorsal fin and its short and rounded occipital process.
Cobbler - The cobbler is found from Kirra, Queensland to Jervis Bay, New South Wales, and Kingston, South Australia to Houtman Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia and Duck River, Tasmania, in near-shore and reef habitats.
Cryptarius truncatus - The spoonsnouted catfish is a species of catfish of the family Ariidae.
Blue catfish - Blue catfish are opportunistic predators and will eat any species of fish they can catch, along with crayfish, freshwater mussels, frogs, and other readily available aquatic food sources; some blue catfish have reportedly attacked scuba divers.
Kryptopterus geminus - Examples of this distinctively shaped, translucent fish used to be assigned to the long-established species K.
Thickspined catfish - Arius nenga or Kata is a catfish of the Ariidae family, available in the Bay of Bengal.
Banded banjo - Of P.
Tete sea catfish - The Tete sea catfish, Sciades seemanni, is a species of catfish in the family Ariidae, native to Pacific-draining rivers and estuaries in Central and South America.
Silond catfish - Silonia is a genus of catfishes of the family Schilbeidae.
Giant river-catfish - Sperata seenghala is a species of catfish of the family Bagridae.
Elephant trunk fish - The eel has an upper-body that is yellow, a black line down the middle and the lower-body is usually a mix of white and brown.
White ricefield eel - Monopterus albus has a scaleless cylindrical snake-like body with tapered tail and small eyes.
Blind freshwater eel - The blind cave eel is a species of fish in the Synbranchidae family.
Large seahorse - Around the coastline of New Zealand and Australia.
Cape seahorse - IOL News: Single seahorse dad mourns loss of wife
Slender sea horse - According to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, "This slender seahorse grows to about seven inches long.
Hedgehog seahorse - The hedgehog seahorse is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
West Australian seahorse - The tiger snout seahorse or West Australian seahorse is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Black-striped pipefish - Syngnathus abaster is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
River pipefish - The river pipefish is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
White-spotted puffer - The white-spotted puffer, Arothron hispidus, is a medium sized fish, light grey in color with small white spots.
Narrow-lined toadfish - Arothron immaculatus, or the immaculate puffer, is a pufferfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Narrow-lined puffer - Salinity: Saltwater PH: 7. Temperature: 74-80F Maximum Size: 12 inches Minimum Tank: 100 Gallons Activity: Hunter/seeker Lifespan: 10 years Breeding: Unknown Gender: No sexual dimorphism
Clown triggerfish - This species is a primarily marine species.
Banded puffer - Wild Colomesus asellus are reported to consume benthic crustaceans, fish, planktonic invertebrates, and plants.
Prickly puffer - Ephippion is a monotypic genus of Tetraodontidae with the species Ephippion guttifer .
Longhorn cowfish - Adults are reef fish, often solitary and territorial, live around sand or rubble bottom up to a depth of 50 m.
Sharpfin sunfish - The sharptail mola, Masturus lanceolatus, is a species of mola found circumglobally in tropical and temperate waters.
Puffer - The northern puffer is a club-shaped fish with a gray, brown or olive back and a yellow or white belly .
Guinean puffer - Guinean puffer, Sphoeroides marmoratus, is a species in the family Tetraodontidae, or pufferfishes.
Puffer - Least puffer, Sphoeroides parvus, is a species in the family Tetraodontidae, or pufferfishes.
Puffer - The checkered puffer, Sphoeroides testudineus, is a species in the family Tetraodontidae, or pufferfishes.
Smooth toadfish - The diet of the smooth toadfish includes small crabs, and it often follows the tide into estuaries in search of food.
Tetraodon cochinchinensis - Tetraodon cochinchinensis is a species of Tetraodon, the largest genus in the pufferfish family.
Red-striped toadfish - Tetraodon erythrotaenia, or the red striped toadfish, is a species of Tetraodon, the largest genus in the pufferfish family.
Coral butterfly - Fahaka pufferfish grow to around 43cm .
Fresh water puffer fish - The species is commonly referred to as the giant freshwater pufferfish due to its massive size, growing to a length of 67 cm .
Burmese pufferfish - Adult Tetraodon nigroviridis are found in freshwater streams, rivers, and flood plains; young are found in brackish water.
Puffer fish - Tetraodon pustulatus, the redline pufferfish, is a species of Tetraodon, the largest genus in the pufferfish family.
Blackspotted electric ray - The black-spotted torpedo, Torpedo fuscomaculata, is a poorly-known, uncommon species of electric ray in the family Torpedinidae, known for being capable of generating an electric shock.
Marbled electric ray - The Gulf torpedo is the most widespread of the electric rays in the western Indian Ocean, with a patchy range extending to South Africa, Somalia, the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, the Persian Gulf, Sri Lanka, and the Andaman Sea.
European john dory - In New Zealand, Māori know it as kuparu, and on the East Coast of the North Island, they gave some to Captain James Cook on his first voyage to New Zealand in 1769.