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The Study and Structure of Fishes
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abundant acclimatisation societies adult amongst anal fin anglers aquatic areas Atlantic salmon banded kokopu become belly black flounder brook char brown mudfish brown trout Canterbury catch catfish caudal fin caudal peduncle caught colour common bully common smelt develop Distribution dorsal fin downstream early eggs estuaries eyes feed female fish fauna fish species fisheries fishermen flowing forest fresh water freshwater fish Galaxias galaxiids giant kokopu gill rakers Gobiomorphus grass carp gravels grayling habitats hatch hatchery head inanga introduced known koaro Lake Taupo lamprey larvae lateral line longfinned eel male Maori margins mature McDowall migrate mouth mullet native North Island occur Oncorhynchus Otago pectoral fins pelvic fins populations probably quinnat salmon rainbow trout Rakaia rays reach redd released reported river systems Rotorua rudd salmonids sea-run shoals shortfinned eel sockeye South spawning stocks Stokell streams teeth tion torrentfish upstream Waitaki whitebait Zealand