Dalhousie hardyhead

The Dalhousie hardyhead is a species of fish in the Atherinidae family.

The Dalhousie hardyhead lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Dalhousie hardyhead (Craterocephalus dalhousiensis) is a species of fish in the Atherinidae family. It is endemic to Australia. Source - * Wager, R. 1996. Craterocephalus dalhousiensis. More

Dalhousie hardyheads occur in the wild at temperatures from 20 More

the fish Dalhousie hardyhead Craterocephalus dalhousiensis darting in to the hot entrance to briefly feed on the blue green bacteria growing there. A giant perentie lizard made it's home here over the past five years in one of the burrows beneath the ground. More

A few years ago the unique Dalhousie Hardyhead, the fish that is only found in these ponds, would nibble at your legs as you stood in the water. Lately the large numbers of tourists that visit the pond have forced the fish to move further down into the protected ponds. More

* Dalhousie hardyhead at desertfishes.org Threats - In this arid ecoregion, any water withdrawals or other modifications to the flow regime pose serious threats to aquatic species. More

Dalhousie Hardyhead See Craterocephalus dalhousiensis Dalhousie Springs Hardyhead See Craterocephalus dalhousiensis Dallia delicatissima See Dallia pectoralis Dallia pectoralis (Bean 1880, Bi:874, B3:1044) Dallia delicatissima `F More

Common names

Dalhousie hardyhead in English
达尔湖硬头鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
达尔湖硬头鱼 in Unknown
達爾湖硬頭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
達爾湖硬頭魚 in Unknown

Order : Atheriniformes
Family : Atherinidae
Genus : Craterocephalus
Species : Craterocephalus dalhousiensis
Authority : Ivantsoff and Glover,1974