Evolution Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Perciformes Family: Centrarchidae Genus: Micropterus Species: salmoides The normal weight of the largemouth is one kilogram. On the other hand, certain largemouth basses have gotten to be over ten kilograms in weight. The males usually does not get longer than 40 center meters, while the females can get to be 56 center meters long. The largemouth bass has a big, but somewhat slanted mouth. Its body is slim and egg-shaped shaped in cross section.
Its first dorsal fin has around 23-27 spines while the second dorsal fin only has nine finlets. It has a lunate caudal fin (Carpenter, 2011). It also has 12-14 anal soft rays but no anal spine. A very elongated jaw is seen. The mouth is very large with a beak-like snout (figure 2).
Fortunately their small size means that two or three can be kept comfortably in a 2 or 3 gallon aquarium. Of all the fish discussed here, these are probably the best for a large unheated bowl or small unheated aquarium. Zebra Danio, Brachydanio rerio: Not Ideal Most danios are small, the zebra danio being 1¾ inches in length, and they are tolerant of a wide range of temperatures. Their natural temperature range is 64-75F. However, they are fast swimmers and like to school which makes keeping them in a tiny aquarium
While juvenile abalone grazes for algae, diatoms and bacterial films, adults rely on drift algae, and if food becomes scares, they move after their food. Under farming conditions where most of abalones are produced, the macroalgae are the main abalone feed.However, many abalone farms use successfully high quality manufactured feed which has been found healthy and efficient in the production of high-quality
Fish are cold blooded legless vertebrate that live in the water and breathe using their gills. Rainbow Trouts live in streams, rivers and generally cold water areas like the pacific ocean in Asia and North America. They are carnivores and have a healthy population meaning they aren 't endangered or at the risk of extinction because they have a big population but this also has a negative impact as they will be competitive in terms of their environment or food. Rainbow trout are known predators in their habitats but they are also prey for larger fish. Rainbow trouts are able to adapt to warm and cold water temperature as well as reproduce in warm or cold water temperature.
Pond Ecosystem Investigation Lab report By: Harshal Buradkar 9 grade Introduction A pond ecosystem consists of abiotic: light intensity of the water, depth of the water, and biotic: fish, plants, bacteria, algae, insects and etc. It also contains water and plants which is the most important part of the pond. Ponds are mostly shallow with the depth of 12-15 feet in which the sun rays can touch the bottom of the pond so that plants can grow. My aim is to find out how the plant cover affect the biodiversity of animal life in the pond. Experimental question How does the plant cover affect the biodiversity of animal life in the pond?
Freshwater habitats are all over the world, and there are many different types. Here are some of the biggest ones! Ponds and Lakes: A pond is a small body of water that is shallow enough to grow rooted plants like the cattails. Generally, there is little movement of the water and the temperature is consistent from top to bottom. A lake is a large body of freshwater they can range from small ponds to large bodies of water like the Great Lakes.
The type of symmetry of the sea otter is bilateral. It is bilateral because it is a warm blooded vertebrate. Habitat The habitat that they live in is shallow coastal areas. They prefer to live near rocky sea bottoms and shorelines. If they move inland they will move into bays and inlets.
The growth of one species is determined by all of the other species living in the same ecosystem, acting as each other’s checks. An overpopulated species will affect the population of other species, however, the population should be checked soon. These checks can be factors such as not enough food or diseases and illnesses. An example of this would be if we say that the overpopulation of