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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

Mullet

What

Mullets Order Mugiliformes

Observer

kokhuitan

Date

November 22, 2008 02:07 AM SGT

Description

Mullet (Order Mugiliformes), Sungei Buloh ┬ęTan KH

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets (Order Mugiliformes) Order Mugiliformes

Observer

sea-kangaroo

Date

December 23, 2013 12:14 PM EST

Description

A bunch of good-sized fish under the pier.

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets (Order Mugiliformes) Order Mugiliformes

Observer

sea-kangaroo

Date

December 23, 2013 12:14 PM EST

Description

A bunch of good-sized fish under the pier.

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets Order Mugiliformes

Observer

zabbey

Date

December 11, 2013 02:54 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets Order Mugiliformes

Observer

finatic

Date

August 19, 2007 07:10 AM PDT

Description

San Diego County, California, US

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets (Order Mugiliformes) Order Mugiliformes

Observer

bryanjbd

Date

November 3, 2013

Description

#2

At the Vizcaya Musem & Gardens
Miami, FL, XplorMor got a photo of a fish in the salty (brackish?) water.

Photos / Sounds

What

Mullets Order Mugiliformes

Observer

finatic

Date

November 17, 2012 02:47 PM PST

Place

Salt Works (Google, OSM)

Description

San Diego County, California, US

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Description from Wikipedia

The Mugiliformes are an order of ray-finned fishes, sometime considered as suborder Mugiloidei in the Perciformes order. It includes a sole family, Mugilidae. It is known since the Eocene. The representatives of the order are characterised by two short divided dorsal fins. Their scales are ctenoid or cycloid, covering not only the body, but also the head. Their eggs are small and pelagic. They are widespread in tropical and subtropical marine waters, where they are detritofagous...

No range data available.