A Field Guide to Common Marine Fishes of Singapore
Contents

Fish index (by name)
Fish families (by picture)
Glossary
Parts of a fish
Kelvin K P Lim and Jeffrey K Y Low
 
bagio pike conger (muraenesox bagio): whole fish, side view

close-up of head, side view
about 40 cm, total length (with damaged tail)
fishmarket

photo: Kelvin K P Lim
Bagio Pike-conger
Muraenesox bagio (Hamilton)
Muraenesocidae


Snout long, lower jaw teeth triangular in shape, pectoral fin present, tail fin joined to dorsal and anal fins, 33 to 39 pores in lateral line from head to above vent. Solitary carnivore in coastal areas. To about 1.8m. Often used for human consumption.
 
 
Introduction
Coastal Marine Habitats
Fishy Trivia
Dangerous Fishes
Fishes and Man
About the guidebook
 
From A Guide to Common Marine Fishes of Singapore by Kelvin K P Lim and Jeffrey K Y Low
Published by the Singapore Science Centre and sponsored by BP

©Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research and Singapore Science Centre