The Perch lives in the demersal, oceanodromous, marine environment.

perch, a group of freshwater fish belonging to the family Percidae. More

Dictionary: perch1 (pûrch) pronunciation Home > Library > Literature & Language > Dictionaryn. 1. A rod or branch serving as a roost for a bird. 2. More

French perche, Latin perca, Greek πέρκη, cognate with περκνός, "dark-spotted". More

The yellow perch (Perca flavescens) is a species of perch found in the United States and Canada, where it is often referred to by the shortform perch. Yellow perch look similar to the European perch but are paler and more yellowish, with less red in the fins. More

Yellow Perch Egg Deposition Yellow Perch Spawning Sampling Young-of-the-Year YP Sampling Winter Graded-mesh YP Sampling Alewife Stomach Content Sampling Lakewide Mark and Recapture Project Reproductive Success More

Perch fishing offers us a chance to roll away the years, and for that brief fishing excursion at least, be a 'kid' again - and have some excellent eating to boot! Perch can be caught at any time of the year, and are willing biters, provided we can get our More

The first step to catching more and larger perch is understanding them. Perch do not suspend themselves as do crappies and bluegills. Perch tend to stick close to the bottom of the lake while water temps are low. More

Show IPA Use Perch in a SentenceSee web results for PerchSee images of Perch–noun 1. a pole or rod, usually horizontal, serving as a roost for birds. 2. More

In zoology, perch is the common name for freshwater ray-finned fish comprising the genus Perca of the family Percidae and order Perciformes, characterized by two dorsal fins, compressed body, prominent anal spines, and pelvic fins thoracic and with one spine and five More

And Five Yards and a half make one Perch, that is Sixteen Feet and a half, measured by the aforesaid Iron Yard of our Lord the King. Statutes of the Realm, vol. I, page 206. More

Family overview: The perches are one of the largest families of fishes in North America, outnumbered only by one of the minnow families. The perch family includes the yellow perch, walleye, sauger and many darter species. The perch family is circumpolar. More

Middle English perche, from Anglo-French, from Latin pertica poleDate: 14th century 1 : a bar or peg on which something is hung 2 a : a roost for a bird b : a resting place or vantage point : seat c : a prominent More

The yellow perch and walleye, members of the Percidae or perch family, are characterized by a dorsal fin, which is completely divided into a spiny and a separate soft-rayed portion. Both are important game fish in the Great Lakes area. More

The yellow perch is one of the most commonly caught fish in Minnesota. This smaller cousin of the walleye is good to eat and eagerly bites worms, but it often is so small that anglers throw them back into the water. More

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yellow perch, a group of freshwater fish belonging to the family Percidae. Perch, of which there are three species in ... * perch! design Perch! is the ceramic design work of Amy Adams. More

stringer of perch, fried to a golden-brown, is unsurpassed in flavor and a meal second to none! Where to Find Them Perch range throughout the waters of Iowa, although largest populations and consequently the best fishing are concentrated in the More

Common names

Asahi-anahaze in Japanese (日本語)
Perch in English
Sunrise sculpin in English
銀帶鳚杜父魚 in Mandarin Chinese
银带鳚杜父鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
가시망둑 in Korean (한국어)

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Cottidae
Genus : Pseudoblennius
Species : Pseudoblennius cottoides
Authority : Richardson, 1848