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Definition of mudfish

Mudfish
Mudfish Mud"fish`, n. (Zo["o]l.) (a) The European loach. (b) The bowfin. (c) The South American lipedosiren, and the allied African species (Protopterus annectens). See Lipedosiren. (d) The mud minnow.
mudfish
Amia Am"i*a, n. [L., fr. Gr. ? a kind of tunny.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of fresh-water ganoid fishes, exclusively confined to North America; called bowfin in Lake Champlain, dogfish in Lake Erie, and mudfish in South Carolina, etc. See Bowfin.

Meaning of mudfish from wikipedia

- Mudfish may refer to any of many different fishes; however, it usually refers to the Neochanna genus of fish. Neochanna, genus Amia calva Lepidosiren...
- The Canterbury mudfish (Neochanna burrowsius), also known as the kowaro, is found only on the Canterbury Plains in New Zealand. Like other Neochanna species...
- Orange River mudfish (Labeo capensis) is a species of fish in genus Labeo. It inhabits the Orange River system of southern Africa. Swartz, E.; Impson...
- The brown mudfish (Neochanna apoda) a galaxiid endemic to New Zealand. The species is found in wetlands in the southwest of the North Island and the northern...
- The Chatham mudfish (Neochanna rekohua), formerly known as the Chathams galaxias (Galaxias rekohua), is a galaxiid fish endemic to two small, peaty lakes...
- The Tasmanian mudfish, Neochanna cleaveri, is a small Australian amphidromous fish in the galaxiid family, of the order Osmeriformes. Neochanna cleaveri...
- The giant snakehead or giant mudfish (Channa micropeltes) is among the largest species in the family Channidae, capable of growing to 1.5 m (4.9 ft) in...
- The black mudfish (Neochanna diversus) is a fish of the family Galaxiidae, found only in swamps and wetlands in the northern half of the North Island...
- vulgaris Brown mudfish, Neochanna apoda Canterbury mudfish, Neochanna burrowsius Black mudfish, Neochanna diversus Northland mudfish, Neochanna heleios...
- Günther, 1867 (brown mudfish) Neochanna burrowsius (Phillipps, 1926) (Canterbury mudfish) Neochanna cleaveri (Scott, 1934) (Tasmanian mudfish) Neochanna diversus...
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