Danube streber

The streber is a species of fish in the Percidae family.

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The Danube streber lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Danube streber is yellow-brown in colour and has several dark bands crosswise along its body. The average length is approximately 15cm, but it can grow to over 18cm long. The Danube streber is found in fast-flowing river stretches. More

remarkable characteristic of the Danube streber is its ability to hold itself on the riverbed, despite even the strongest currents. The Danube streber feeds almost exclusively on organisms that are driven near it by the water. Danube salmon (Hucho hucho). More

Common names

Chop malyi in Russian (русский язык)
Danube streber in English
Drsek menší in Czech (česky)
Drsek menší in Czech (česky)
Fusar in Rumanian
Kolok malý in Slovak (slovenčina)
Német bucó in Hungarian (Magyar)
Pfeiferl in German (Deutsch)
Spindelfisch in German (Deutsch)
Streber in Danish (dansk)
Streber in English
Streber in German (Deutsch)
Streber in Swedish (Svenska)
Strengkatze in German (Deutsch)
Strever in German (Deutsch)
Strichzagel in German (Deutsch)
Ströber in German (Deutsch)
Strrenkatze in German (Deutsch)
Zagel in German (Deutsch)
Zingel streber in Catalan (Català)
Zingel streber in French (français)
Zingel streber in Portuguese (Português)
大斑金吉鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
大斑金吉鲈 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Percidae
Genus : Zingel
Species : Zingel streber
Authority : Siebold, 1863