The community can now record evidence of pest fish in their local area with FeralFishScan, a new interactive website to support a whole of catchment approach to pest fish management in local waterways.
The Australian continent contains a large number of endemic fish species that contribute to the relatively high and unique biodiversity of our aquatic ecosystems. This means that Australian fish fauna […]
Exotic vertebrate pests are among the most significant threats to biodiversity throughout the world. In Australia, the introduction of three species of carnivore, the wild dog (Canis lupis dingo and […]
The fish listed on this page are priority species in Queensland. Carp, tilapia and gambusia have established populations in several Queensland waterways. The remaining 15 species of noxious fish have […]
Gambusia, otherwise known as the plague minnow or mosquito fish, are a feral fish damaging the ecosystems of Australia’s waterways. Gambusia were introduced from America in 1925 to control mosquitoes. […]