Where can you find a barramundi?
Hello, Well in the wild there are a couple of places normally in brackish waters of Australia up Queensland way and new south wales and also i think up the top of Victoria too. In captivity you can purchse them for a few different aquariums and pet stores around Australia. If u are after purchasing more than one u might be able to get them from a company called Aquarium Industries and that company is based in Melbourne. They do shipping and stuff like that so that might be ur best bet. Hope this helps :oD
Yes. But make sure it really is barramundi. Back in the early '80s The Age found that more barramundi was sold in Victoria alone than was caught in Queensland. In other words, much of of what is sold as "barramundi" is something else. Often it's trevally, which is also kosher, though much cheaper; if you have been sold trevally instead of barramundi you've been ripped off, but at least your soul is safe. But you…
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Australis Barramundi averages $7.99 - $8.99 for a 12oz. retail bag, or about $4.00 - $4.50 per portion. You can also find it in the fresh seafood counter in select supermarkets for about the same price, as well as at restaurants around the country (various pricing). For more information and locations, visit the Australis website: www.TheBetterFish.com Thanks, Carol Devine VP. Communications Australis Aquaculture
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You have a 55cm barramundi in a tank which has just developed a red rash on the tail wondering if it is a problem with the water or a fungus on the fish itself?
My understanding of the term "Anamorphic" in relation to gender would imply that the fish is progressively changing sex. If this is what you mean then there are a couple of species that come to mind like the Barramundi and the Marine Clown fish. There are also several African cichlids that do this too. What happens is at a certain stage in the life of the fish it changes sex.
An interesting one is the Nemo type "Clown or Anemone fish" where the male will change to female if the female breeder dies or goes missing. There are others like the Barramundi that are bisexual but mainly female when they are "born" and have to go out into the ocean to continue developing and growing and often change into males as adults after having layed eggs earlier in their development.