Murray cod

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Murray cod

n
(Animals) a large Australian freshwater fish, Maccullochella peeli, chiefly of the Murray and Darling rivers
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Effects of dietary oil source on growth and fillet fatty acid composition of Murray cod, Maccullochella peelii.
The majority of the fish (identified as Maccullochella peelii n=22 and Macquaria ambigua n=2) were caught in freshwater environments during the warm season, and had grown to an age and size indicative of sexual maturity.
The relationship between otolith weight and fish length for Maccullochella peelii is: TL (mm)=(Otolith weight (g)+0.
Of these, 21 were identified as belonging to Maccullochella peelii (Murray cod) (Table 2).
Based on these 15 samples, minimum length estimates for Maccullochella peelii range from 685 to 2200mm (see Figure 2).
Whitley (1955) recorded a maximum length (TL) of Maccullochella peelii of 1800mm, and a weight of 83kg.
Those of the Maccullochella peelii fish from the Lower Murray sites show distinct variation within the species, though all were spawned in freshwater.
The large predatory Maccullochella peelii could have been caught using spears or clubs.
Ray 1992a Age and growth of Murray Cod, Maccullochella peelii (Perciformes: Percichthyidae), in the Lower Murray-Darling Basin, Australia, from thin-sectioned otoliths.
Digestibility and amino acid availability of three protein-rich ingredient-incorporated diets by Murray Cod Maccullochella peelii (Mitchell) and the Australian short fin eel Anguilla australlis Richardson.
has resulted mortality in golden perch, Macquaria ambigua Richardson, 1845 murray cod, Maccullochella peelii Mitchell, 1838 and silver perch, Bidyanus bidyanus Mitchell, 1838, broodstock held in pond (Callinan, 1988).