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Pempheris klunzingeri

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A Rough Bullseye, Pempheris klunzingeri, in Rapid Bay, South Australia. Source: Graham Short. License: CC BY Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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lexID:
5851 
AphiaID:
277060 
Scientific:
Pempheris klunzingeri 
German:
Klunzingers Beilbauchfisch 
English:
Rough Bullseye Or Klunzinger's Bullseye 
Category:
 
Family tree:
Animalia (Kingdom) > Chordata (Phylum) > Actinopterygii (Class) > Perciformes (Order) > Pempheridae (Family) > Pempheris (Genus) > klunzingeri (Species) 
Initial determination:
McCulloch, 1911 
Occurrence:
Australia 
Size:
18 cm - 23 cm 
Temperature:
20°C - 28°C 
Food:
Amphipods, Krill, Mysis, Vissen larven, Zooplankton 
Difficulty:
Niet voor beginners 
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Last edit:
2013-08-08 08:03:16 

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Pempheris klunzingeri (McCulloch, 1911)

Pempheris klunzingeri, better known as the Rough Bullseye or Klunzinger's Bullseye, is endemic to Australia, occurring in temperate waters from eastern South Australia to the central coast of Western Australia. It is is a schooling species that is found on inshore, rocky reefs to depths of about 20 m, usually in caves and under ledges.

Pempheris klunzingeri has a deep compressed body that is covered with small ctenoid scales that are rough to touch. It has a very large eye and a large obliquely-angled mouth. The body colour varies from pale yellowish or pinkish-brown to darker orange-brown.

Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Pempheridae
Species: Dinolestes lewini




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