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Kuhlia rupestris (Lacépède, 1802)
Buffalo Bream; Mountain Trout; Rock Flagtail; Dules rupestris haswelli Macleay, 1881; Dules haswellii Macleay, 1881; Perca ciliata Cuvier, 1828; Centropomus rupestris Lacépède, 1802; Nato

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Kingdom Animalia  
 Phylum Chordata  
 Class Actinopterygii  
 Order Perciformes  
 Family Kuhliidae  
 Genus Kuhlia  
  Kuhlia rupestris    (Lacepède, 1802) 
Provider: Kwang-Tsao Shao 
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Synonyms: Centropomus rupestris Doules fuscus Doules rupestris Dules fuscus Dules guamensis Dules haswellii Dules rupestris Dules vanicolensis Kuhlia caerulescens Kuhlia rupestris hedleyi Kuhlia rupestris sauvagei details
Citation: 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993)
Character: Body oblong, compressed. Head length less than body depth; preorbital and preopercle margins serrate; 2 flat spines on opercle. Eye moderately large. Mouth small, maxilla reaching to below posterior half of eye; bands of fine teeth in jaws, vomer, and palatines. A single dorsal fin, deeply notched between spinous and soft-rayed portions, with X spines and 10 to 12 soft rays; anal fin with III spines and 9 to 10 soft rays; caudal fin emarginate, lobes somewhat rounded. Scales ctenoid, moderately large; lateral line complete, with 48 to 53 scales; a well-developed scaly sheath at base of dorsal and anal fins. Silvery, the scales dorsally on body with black edges, those on side with a black bar or spot; juveniles with a broad black zone, edged above and below in white, in soft portion of dorsal fin, and each lobe of caudal fin with a large, white-edged black spot; black areas in these fins enlarge with growth until in adults most of these fins black. 
Habitat: Primarily a freshwater inhabitant but may penetrate adjacent marine habitats. Occurs in estuaries and the middle reaches of rivers; usually in relatively fast-flowing, clear streams. 
Distribution: Widespread in the Indo-Pacific from the Red Sea to South Africa, from Ryukyu Islands to Queensland and eastward to the Society Islands. It is commonly found in Taiwan. 
Utility: Good food fish. 
Name Code: 381909
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Kuhlia rupestris
Kuhlia rupestris
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