*  Ram cichlid
Tropical Fish Hobbyist, USA Coleman RM, Galvani AP (1998) Egg Size Determines Offspring Size in Neotropical Cichlid Fishes ( ... The species has been examined in studies on fish behaviour and is a popular aquarium fish, traded under a variety of common ... Fish. Soc. Spec. Publ. 21: p. 243. Linke H, Staeck L (1994) American cichlids I: Dwarf Cichlids. A handbook for their ... Wild ram cichlids are often more colorful than the tank-bred fish, which suffer from poor breeding and also being injected with ...
*  Fishing industry in Russia
The Fishing Rules do not distinguish recreational fishing from artisan fishing, so both are regulated under the same rules. In ... the offshore fishing fleet contained about 2,500 fishing vessels, 366 transport vessels and 46 factory ships. Of the fishing ... The yearly fishing cycle still dominates life in the traditional fishing villages of the Pomor, dotted around the coast of the ... Huge fish processing developments in China built on cheap labour encourage the export of further unprocessed fish. Over sixty ...
*  Oily fish
... can be contrasted with white fish, which contain oil only in the liver, and much less overall than oily fish. ... Examples of white fish are cod, haddock and flatfish. White fish are usually demersal fish which live on or near the seafloor, ... Oily fish meat is a good source of vitamins A and D, and is rich in omega-3 fatty acids (white fish also contain these ... Mercury in fish "What's an oily fish?". Food Standards Agency. 24 June 2004. Archived from the original on 10 December 2010. " ...
*  Canthigaster jamestyleri
"Marine fishes new to continental United States waters, North Carolina, and the Gulf of Mexico." Southeastern Naturalist 3.1 ( ... "Deepwater reef fishes and multibeam bathymetry of the Tortugas South Ecological Reserve, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary ... Canthigaster jamestyleri, known as the goldface toby, is a species of marine fish in the family Tetraodontidae. It was first ... Canthigaster jamestyleri at the Encyclopedia of Life FishBase Fish portal marine biology portal marine life portal. ...
*  Amphiprion latifasciatus
The largest and most aggressive fish is female and is found at the top. Only two clownfish, a male and a female, in a group ... Clownfish or anemonefish are fishes that, in the wild, form symbiotic mutualisms with sea anemones and are unaffected by the ... Fautin, Daphne G.; Allen, Gerald R. (1992). Field Guide to Anemone Fishes and Their Host Sea Anemones. Western Australian ... Amphiprion latifasciatus (Madagascar anemonefish) is a marine fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae, the clownfishes and ...
*  Amphiprion akallopisos
Sounds resembling pops and chirps are most commonly heard when interacting with invading fish of the same species or different ... Fautin, Daphne G.; Allen, Gerald R. (1992). Field Guide to Anemone Fishes and Their Host Sea Anemones. Western Australian ... "Sound production by males of a coral reef fish (Pomacentrus paritus): its significance to females." Animal Behavior. Vol. 34: ... Acoustic behavior of the clownfishes (Amphiprion spp.) Bulletin of the Faculty of Fishes Nagasaki University. Vol. 54:21-27. ...
*  Firemouth cichlid
As fish with a tropical distribution, firemouth cichlids live in warm water with a temperature range of 23-30 °C (75-86 °F). ... The firemouth cichlid (Thorichthys meeki) is a species of cichlid fish native to Central America. They occur in rivers of the ... List of freshwater aquarium fish species Hulsey, C. D.; Garcia De Leon, F. J. (2005). "Cichlid jaw mechanics: Linking ... Andrews, Chris (1997). A Fishkeeper's Guide to Fish Breeding. Tetra Press. pp. 50-52. ISBN 1-56465-126-6. ...
*  Orange-fin anemonefish
The fish's body is short and deep; the head is small. Generally yellow in the body edges, it is yellow-brown to dark brown in ... The largest and most aggressive fish is female and is found at the top. Only two clownfish, a male and a female, in a group ... The tail fins are generally white or yellow and vary depending on the area of origin (fish in the area surrounding Fiji and ... Breder, C.M. and D.E. Rosen 1966 Modes of reproduction in fishes. T.F.H. Publications, Neptune City, New Jersey. 941 p. Myers, ...
*  Bachelor of Fisheries Science
... fish processing and marketing, net making, establishment of Agri Clinics for fish disease diagnosis and for testing and supply ... diagnosis of diseases in fishes, other aquatic resources, medical treatment of aquatic animals; fish processing including ... In Fish Farmers Development Agency (FFDA) and Brackish water Farmers Development Agency (BFDA),they can apply for the post of ... Lot of jobs are available in the above units Most of the fish farms employ professional fisheries graduates as Farm In Charge. ...
*  Mouthbrooder
... harvesting may be supervised by an official to certify that the fish farm is a genuine producer of captive-bred fish. Some fish ... Fry harvesting, getting the brooding fish to open its mouth and release the fry, is important if the fry are to be reared ... Although mouthbrooding is performed by a variety of different animals, such as the Darwin's frog, fishes are by far the most ... By caring for their offspring in this way, mouthbrooding fish are able to produce smaller numbers of offspring with a higher ...
*  Glossary of fishery terms
Bait fish - are small fish caught for use as bait to attract large predatory fish. See forage fish. Bathypelagic - the open ... Forage fish - are small fish which are preyed on by larger predators. Typical ocean forage fish are small, filter-feeding fish ... refers to fish bearing scales the term "fish" can refer to more than one fish, particularly when the fish are from the same ... Wild fish - are fish which live free, not penned in, in lakes, rivers or the sea. They can be contrasted with farmed fish. Wild ...
*  Lepisosteus
"Lepisosteidae" (PDF). Deeplyfish- fishes of the world. Retrieved 18 May 2017. Haaramo, Mikko (2007). "Lepisosteiformes - gars ...
*  Queensland lungfish
"Catalog of Fishes Classification". Catalog of Fishes, calacademy.org. California Academy of Sciences. Jan 2017. Retrieved 2017- ... "Threatened Fishes of the World: Neoceratodus forsteri (Krefft, 1870) (Neoceratodontidae)". Environmental Biology of Fishes. 43 ... A pair of fish will perform circling movements at the surface of the water close to beds of aquatic plants. They breathe air ... The young fish are slow-growing, reportedly reaching 27 mm (1.1 in) after 110 days, and about 60 mm (2.4 in)after 8 months. ...
*  Unfamiliar Fishes
... New York: Riverhead Books. ISBN 978-1-59448-787-3. Vowell, Sarah (2011). Unfamiliar Fishes (Audiobook). New ... www.npr.org/2011/07/14/134738707/unfamiliar-fishes-sarah-vowells-glib-luau-tales Book discussion on Unfamiliar Fishes, C-SPAN, ... Unfamiliar Fishes is a nonfiction book by This American Life contributor Sarah Vowell, first published in 2011 in print and ... Salter Reynolds, Susan (26 March 2011). "Book review: 'Unfamiliar Fishes' by Sarah Vowell: The 'Partly Cloudy Patriot' author ...
*  Antarctic fishes
Antarctic fish is a common name for a variety of fish that inhabit the Southern Ocean. There are relatively few families in ... Main predators of the fish larvae are other benthic fish. Adaptive radiation is the rapid speciation of multiple species from a ... "The Adaptive Radiation of Notothenioid Fishes in the Waters of Antarctica". Extremophile Fishes: 35-57. doi:10.1007/978-3-319- ... Fish also excrete AFGPs in their mucus and on the surface of their skin to prevent external freezing. AFGPs do not eliminate ...
*  Vision in fishes
... schooling fish can adjust their distance from adjacent fish if they come too close or stray too far. The visual system in fish ... Some schooling fish also have a lateral line running the length of their bodies. This lateral line enables the fish to sense ... In: Bardach, JE Fish behavior and its use in the capture and culture of fishes', The WorldFish Center, ISBN 978-971-02-0003-0. ... In bony fishes the muscle is called the retractor lentis, and is relaxed for near vision, whereas for cartilaginous fishes the ...
*  Catalog of Fishes
... is a comprehensive on-line database and reference work on the scientific names of fish species and genera. It ... That was preceded by a Catalog of the genera of recent fishes in 1990. FishBase WoRMS Fishes of the World International Code of ... Catalog of Fishes Online Database Eschmeyer, W.N. (ed.) 1998. Catalog of fishes. Special Publication, California Academy of ... It has been compiled and is continuously updated by the curator emeritus of the CAS fish collection, William Eschmeyer. The ...
*  Fishes of the World
... by Joseph S. Nelson is a standard reference for fish systematics. Now in its fifth edition (2016), the work ... After a short section on Chordata and non-fish taxa, the work lists all known fish families in a systematic fashion. Each ... Fish and Fisheries. 7 (4): 334-334. doi:10.1111/j.1467-2979.2006.00227.x. ISSN 1467-2979. Retrieved 2015-08-31. Fishes of the ... Fishes of the World. by Joseph S. Nelson. Review by: Michael A. Bell (1995) The Quarterly Review of Biology Vol. 70, 232-233 ...
*  Environmental Biology of Fishes
... is a peer-reviewed scientific journal focusing on all aspects of fish and fish-related biology ... "Environmental Biology of Fishes". 2011 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Science ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2012. Official ... The current editor-in-chief is David L.G. Noakes (Oregon State University, Corvallis). Environmental Biology of Fishes is ...
*  Age of Fishes Museum
The Age of Fishes Museum is one of only two[citation needed][which?] fish fossil museums in the world and is a National ... Age of Fishes Museum - Discovery. Access date: 19 August 2016. The Great Canowindra Devonian Fish Fossils. Access date: 19 ... Photos of the Fossil Displays The Great Canowindra Devonian Fish Fossils Fossils in Canowindra, NSW - Australian Museum Fishing ... That dig led to the removal of 70 tonnes of rock slab and revealed over 3,000 fish fossils from the Devonian period. The dig ...
*  List of endangered fishes
List of least concern fishes List of near threatened fishes List of vulnerable fishes List of critically endangered fishes List ... lists 643 endangered fish species. 4.2% of all evaluated fish species are listed as endangered. The IUCN also lists ten fish ... Critically endangered fishes are listed separately. There are 1098 fish species which are endangered or critically endangered. ... Alburnus schischkovi Alburnus volviticus Silvery white fish (Anabarilius alburnops) Big white fish (Anabarilius polylepis) ...
*  List of vulnerable fishes
List of least concern fishes List of near threatened fishes List of endangered fishes List of critically endangered fishes List ... lists 1245 vulnerable fish species. 8.1% of all evaluated fish species are listed as vulnerable. The IUCN also lists eight fish ... See: List of endangered fishes, List of critically endangered fishes. Vulnerable, endangered and critically endangered species ... Additionally 3191 fish species (21% of those evaluated) are listed as data deficient, meaning there is insufficient information ...
*  Fish
... sport fishing) Aquaculture Aquarium Catch and release Deep sea fish Fish acute toxicity syndrome Fish anatomy Fish as food Fish ... fishing for food) Fish intelligence Fishkeeping Forage fish Ichthyology List of fish common names List of fish families Marine ... Recreational fishing is fishing for pleasure or competition; it can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is fishing for ... Nearly all daylight fish have color vision that is at least as good as a human's (see vision in fishes). Many fish also have ...
*  Freshwater fishes of India
The only way for a fish enthusiast to save the fish and its habitats is creating awareness among the people. In this context, ... Of these about 500 species are primary freshwater fish with around 65% endemic, cloistered in the two hot spots of India, the ... India is rich with inland freshwater fish, with about 940 species known from its rivers, lakes and estuaries. This constitutes ... knowledge of the fish fauna of a region is the first step towards conservation.. ...
*  Fishing
Fish farming offers an alternative solution to the increasing market demand for fish and fish protein. Fish and fish products ... fish emulsion used as a fertilizer, fish glue, fish oil and fish meal. Fish are also collected live for research or the ... Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching fish include ... Big-game fishing is fishing from boats to catch large open-water species such as tuna, sharks, and marlin. Sport fishing ( ...