The Canterbury Mudfish prefers lots of cover (aquatic plants) to hide from all their different predators in, and also, to lay all their eggs in. Generally, they have lots of species feeding on them, but their main predators are; Trout, Eels, Herons, and Bitterns. For more details, please see sites listed below.
The main threat to the Canterbury mudfish is abiotic - loss of habitat through human activity, but biotic effects are:introduced predators such as trout;natural predators such as eels, herons and shags.
they have scales.
Its in the name "mud".
Mudfish are interesting creatures. Where they live is dependent on their species, but generally they are found living in lowland areas, swamps and wetlands.
A mudfish does
A few ways a Kanduli and mudfish are alike are they both lay eggs. They both also have claws and they both hatch from eggs.