Classification of the Eurasian Ruffe
Do u know about the classification of the Eurasian Ruffe? If you don't, well now your about to find out. The Kingdom is Animal, The Phylum is Chordata, the Class: Actinopterygii the Order: Perciformes, the family: Percidae, the Genus: gymnocephalus, and Species: G. cernua. Well now u know a little bit more of the Eurasian Ruffe, were going to see the structural and behavioural characteristics of the Eurasian Ruffe.
The Physical, Structural and Behavioural Characteristic
They have rows of dark spots between spines, it has a sharp spiny fin and a soft fin, it also has a back bone( vertebrate). The average female can produce 130,000 to 200,000 eggs per season. The ruffe is 4 to 6 inches long (25)cm, it has a brown to golden brown on its back, its also slimy.
The natural habitat and ecosystem invades
The ruffe is originally from fresh and brackish waters in portions of eurasia. It is currently found in lakes superior, huron, and michigan. The eurasian ruffe is a small part of the perch family. it might be a small, but aggressive fish species native to eurasia.