fish

Pseudomugil sp. 3

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Pseudomugil is a genus of fish endemic to Australia and New Guinea. They can both be found in freshwater rivers and streams and bodies of brackish water. Members of this genus have slender bodies and two dorsal fins.

Submitted by
Heiko Bleher
GPS
-5.6052208, 134.5354919
Geographical region
Southeastern Asia
Drainage Basin
River catchment
Water body type
River
Water body name
Malawatu
Water body part
Water body course
Middle course
Water body: tributary of
Tributary name
Type locality
Conservation status/IUCN Red List
Not Evaluated (NE)

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Water color
Water transparency
Concentration of sediments
Water temperature
°C
Water flow/curent

Chemical parameters

pH
Conductivity
GH
KH
Dissolved Oxygen

Biology

Standard length
cm
Water volume (min. aquarium)
l
Social behaviour
Behaviour description
Aggression grade
Peacefull
Activity
Day active
Sexual dimorphism
Nutrition in Nature

Reproduction

Breeding tank set-up
Nutrition parents
Mating type
Spawning behaviour
Breeding habits
Hatching period
Number of eggs in average
Parental care
Fry number
Nutrition fry
Notes on reproduction

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