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  • A little perch has been made, the better to see it. Cited from A Wanderer in Venice, by E.V. Lucas
  • The yellow perch has also been widely introduced for sport and commercial fishing purposes.
  • Currently, the yellow perch has not been introduced outside of North America.
  • Roach and perch have already been caught and we have had no reports of any ill-effects.
  • Perch have to go as well as pike; and then comes the turn of birds. Cited from The Life of the Fields, by Richard Jefferies
  • Silver perch have declined close to the point of extinction in the wild.
  • Yellow perch has many fine and sharp teeth.
  • Whitefish and perch have also been found in its waters.
  • The lake contains mainly rainbow trout, but in recent years, large numbers of perch have begun to appear in the lake.
  • Total annual mortality of adult yellow perch has not changed since cormorant colonization.
  • Like many Murray-Darling native fish, golden perch have crossed river catchments through natural river capture/connection events.
  • The American silver perch has a moderately large, obliquely rising terminal mouth.
  • Complete winterkills of northern pike and yellow perch have never been documented.
  • Limited ageing work on Macquarie perch has recorded fish to 20 years of age.
  • Yellow perch have been proven to grow the best in lakes where they are piscivorous due to the lack of predators.
  • Spawning and growth rates of fish species such as roach and perch have also increased, and are now amongst the highest in England.
  • However, the butterfly perch has a deeper body, and males are more pink with a dark blotch rather than band on the side.
  • Name the substance that some freshwater perch have in their eyes that enables them to see well in lowlight conditions so they can ambush other fish.
  • Silver perch have been introduced into the Lake Eyre Basin.
  • Yellow perch have been caught with the current year's young in their stomachs, and sharks and seals may occasionally eat adults.
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