Pearl perch

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Original source: schooling threadfin pearl-perch Author jon hanson from l
Author: jon hanson from london, UK

The Pearl perch lives in the demersal, marine, depth range - 90 m environment.

The Pearl Perch can be recognised by its supracleithrum, the bone that projects as a blue-black to grey bony shield from under the upper operculum. If the thin layer of skin covering the supracleithrum is removed, the pearly-white bone is revealed. More

Use pearl perch in a SentenceSee web results for pearl perchSee images of pearl perch–noun an edible marine fish, Glaucosoma scapulare, of eastern Australian coastal waters. Dictionary. More

Pearl perch; Threadfin pearl-perch; Little pearl; Pearl wrasse; Pearl of likoma; Chisumulu pearl; Pearl goby; Pearl dace; Pearl cichlid; Pearl kite; Pearl gourami; Pearl oyster; Pearl fish; Pearl danio; Goldlip pearl oyster; Pacific pearl-oyster; Small pearl-bordered fritillary; Pearl-spotted owlet; Pearl-spot chromis; More

Pearl Perch who suicided on my tackle about 3 years ago. The reason I am sending the photo in is because an article in the Bush and Beach magazine reminded me of my superb catch. More

Distribution - Pearl perch are found in small schools on deeper offshore reefs, between Port Macquarie in NSW and Rockhampton in Queensland. Size - Maximum weight of around 5.5kg and 70cm in length. More

A good Pearl perch season Date: 05/27/2006 Owner: liquidfocus admin More

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Pearl perch are marine, demersal fish and can be found near rocky habitats of the continental shelf. They are more southerly fish inhabiting waters in Queensland from Rockhampton, to the New South Wales border. This species schools during the day but appears to disperse at night. More

Common names

Almindelig perleaborre in Danish (dansk)
Bull-eye in English
Epaulette fish in English
nannygai in Other
nannygai in Unknown
Pearl perch in English
Pearly in English
окунь жемчужный in Russian (русский язык)
肩叶鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
肩叶鲷 in Unknown
肩葉鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
肩葉鯛 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Glaucosomatidae
Genus : Glaucosoma
Species : Glaucosoma scapulare
Authority : Ramsay, 1881