Yellow Weaver

The yellow weaver, Parapercis gilliesii, is a sandperch of the genus Parapercis found only around New Zealand.

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The Yellow Weaver lives in the demersal, marine environment.

Weaver finches, and Yellow weavers in particular, are often known as "weaver birds" because of the extremely complex nests built by the male birds to try and attract females. More

Yellow Weaver (Ploceus megarhynchus), also called Finn's Weaver, is a local resident in north India. More

Asian yellow weaver (Ploceus megarhynchus) is a grassland species with a restricted range in India. Although the Asian golden weaver (Ploceus hypoxanthus) occurs in several countries, it is uncommon and regarded as Near Threatened. On mainland Africa, the golden-naped weaver (P. More

Common names

Yellow Weaver in English
金拟鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
金擬鱸 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Pinguipedidae
Genus : Parapercis
Species : Parapercis gilliesii
Authority : Hutton, 1879