Definition of Terapontidae. Meaning of Terapontidae. Synonyms of Terapontidae

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- Grunters or tigerperches are ray-finned fishes in the family Terapontidae (also spelled Teraponidae, Theraponidae or Therapontidae). This family is part...
- fuliginosus), a dark, typically sooty-coloured freshwater fish of the family Terapontidae found in northern Australia, is named after Hephaestus. Pliny the Elder...
- tiger perch, is a species of ray-finned fish, a grunter of the family Terapontidae. It occurs in the Indo-Pacific. it is an important commercial species...
- (Bidy**** bidy****) is a medium-sized freshwater fish of the family Terapontidae endemic to the Murray-Darling river system in south-eastern Australia...
- is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish, a grunter from the family Terapontidae. It inhabits coastal and inland freshwater cr****s and rivers of northern...
- known commonly as the silver perch, is a species of fish in the family Terapontidae, the grunters. It is endemic to the Philippines, where it is called ayungin...
- leathery grunter (Scortum hillii) is a species of fish in the family Terapontidae. It is endemic to Queensland (Australia). The eggs are fanned and guarded...
- K.R. (2012). "The Endemic Sulawesi Fish Genus Lagusia (Teleostrei:: Terapontidae)" (PDF). The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. 60 (1): 157–162. Hoese, D.F...
- Pingalla midgleyi is a species of fish in the family Terapontidae known by the common names black-blotch grunter and Midgley's grunter. It is endemic to...
- Scortum barcoo is a species of fish in the family Terapontidae, known by the common names Barcoo grunter and jade perch. It is endemic to Australia, where...
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