Morten blir ofte tallrik, og er lett å fange. I flere vann kan den bli over en halv kilo, men en mort på en kilo er svært sjeldent. De største eksemplarene i Norge er tatt ved Trondheim i Lianvannet . Asia: Marmara basin and lower Sakarya in Anatolia, Aral basin, and Siberia from Ob eastward to Lena drainages.
Naturally absent from Iberian . Appearance: Roach can vary somewhat in body shape depending on the feeding available.
Larger fish that have fed well are quite deep-bodie whereas smaller,. Range Description: Europe north of Pyrénées and Alps, eastward to Ural and Eya drainages (Caspian basin). Asia: Aral basin and Siberia from Ob eastward to Lena drainages.
Jobling S(1), Coey S, Whitmore JG, Kime DE, Van Look KJ, McAllister BG, Beresford N, Henshaw AC, Brighty G, Tyler CR, Sumpter JP. Author information: (1)Department of Biological Sciences, Brunel University, Kingston Lane, . Roach rarely grow larger than centimeters. Roach swim in schools which forage in the vicinity of vegetation (ree rush), therefore shallow waters, but also in deeper open water.
They are found in stationary as well as moving water. Young roach eat mostly water fleas while older specimen eat .
It has large and conspicuous scales. The body is silver, and the fins are bright red. The mouth does not have teeth or barbels. It can be distinguished from rudd and silver bream by the leading edge of its dorsal fin, which is inline with the . Editio decima, reformata.
Laurentius Salvius: Holmiae. License: All rights reserved. Summary: An exotic species, introduced to Australia from Europe in the 19th century. The Roach is a silvery olive-green or dull bluish above, with bright silvery sides, a white belly, and orange to red pectoral, pelvic and . It lives in small schools and eats aquatic . A taxonomic species within the family Cyprinidae – the common roach, native to Europe and western Asia.
Common roach on. They can tolerate poor-quality water, but grow best in good quality water and can reach over 2. Mort finnes på Østlandet, muligens også i østlige deler av Finnmark. Den er vanligvis knyttet til vegetasjon strandsonen der den spiser bunndyr, men i tallrike bestander lever den pelagisk og beiter . J Fish Biol, : 900- 912.
Rutilus rutilus family.