Mud eel

The dorsal and anal fins of the brown mudfish are set well back before the caudal fin, nearly joining it.

The Mud eel lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

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mud eel definition ☆ mud eel a slime-coated, eel-like siren salamander (Siren lacertina) with no hind legs, two short front legs, internal lungs, and external gills: it lives in swamps, ditches, and ponds, in the SE U.S. More

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Use mud eel in a SentenceSee web results for mud eelSee images of mud eel–noun a salamander, Siren lacertina, having external gills, tiny front legs, and no hind legs, inhabiting shallow waters in the southeastern U.S. Also called greater siren. More

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freshwater mud eel Amphipnous cuchia maintained in different calcium environments. Author: Srivastav, A K : Tiwari, P R : Srivastav, S K : Sasayama, Y : Suzuki, N Citation: Braz-J-Med-Biol-Res. More

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Common names

Brauner Hechtling in German (Deutsch)
brown mudfish in English
Hauhau in English
Hauhau in Maori (te reo Māori)
Mud eel in English
Mutameltti in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Spring eel in English
新南乳魚 in Mandarin Chinese
新南乳魚 in Unknown
新南乳鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
新南乳鱼 in Unknown

Order : Osmeriformes
Family : Galaxiidae
Genus : Neochanna
Species : Neochanna apoda
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