Freshwater grunt

The Freshwater grunt lives in the demersal, amphidromous, freshwater, brackish, marine, depth range - 120 m environment.

Is this the real freshwater grunt or is it just a nickname for it's grunting noises. Please send me a link to a website or please tell me if this is the real grunt or if there is a other one. More

Common names

Atlantic grunt in English
Bocayate in Spanish (español)
burro grunt in English
Cocoroca-ticopá in Portuguese (Português)
Corcoroca in Portuguese (Português)
Coró-amarelo in Portuguese (Português)
Coró-bicudo in Portuguese (Português)
Corocoro in Spanish (español)
Corocoro crocro in Spanish (español)
Crocro in French (français)
Crocro roughneck in English
Freshwater grunt in English
Grondeur crocro in French (français)
Roncador in Spanish (español)
Ti copa in Spanish (español)
Ticopa in Portuguese (Português)
Ticopa in Spanish (español)
Viejo in Spanish (español)
喀罗石鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
喀羅石鱸 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Haemulidae
Genus : Pomadasys
Species : Pomadasys crocro
Authority : Cuvier, 1830