Freshwater mullet

The Freshwater mullet lives in the pelagic-neritic, catadromous, freshwater, brackish, marine environment.

The freshwater mullet (Myxus capensis) is a species of fish in the Mugilidae family. It is endemic to South Africa. References - * Skelton, P. 1996. Myxus capensis. More

1 kg) Freshwater Mullet caught on hook and line by M. Charlton, in the Williams River, New South Wales, February 2004 (AMS I.43255-001). View larger image. Freshwater Mullet View larger image. More

Freshwater Mullet, Mountain Mullet Range & Habitat : Common in freshwater rivers and low-salinity estuaries in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Scattered reports have been received of its occurrence in the northern Gulf. More

The Freshwater Mullet is a South African fish that is endemic to the Cape and Kwazulu Natal waters. This Mullet is different from other freshwater species because of it's pointed scale at the base of the pectoral fins. More

Common names

Bjergmulte in Danish (dansk)
Dajao in Spanish (español)
freshwater mullet in English
Lisa in sp
Lisa in Spanish (español)
Lisa de río in Spanish (español)
mountain mullet in English
Mulet in French (français)
Mulet de fleuve in French (français)
Mullet in English
Tepemechín in Spanish (español)
Trucha in sp
Trucha in Spanish (español)
trucha de tierra caliente in Spanish (español)
大棘圆口鲻 in Mandarin Chinese
大棘圓口鯔 in Mandarin Chinese
長體圓口鯔 in Mandarin Chinese
长体圆口鲻 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Mugiliformes
Family : Mugilidae
Genus : Agonostomus
Species : Agonostomus monticola
Authority : Bancroft, 1834