86 illustrations of fish including: eel, flatfish, flathead, flounder, flying fish, fork-beard, foureyes, gar, gilt-head, globefish, goby, goldfish, goramy, graining, grayling, grouper, and gudgeon, gunnel, gurnard, and gwyniad

"Goldfish (Carassius auratus). A fish of the carp family Cyprinidae, Cyprinus or Carassius auratus, originally a Chinese species, now domesticated and bred everywhere for ornament in ponds, tanks, and aquariums." -Whitney, 1911

Goldfish

"Goldfish (Carassius auratus). A fish of the carp family Cyprinidae, Cyprinus or Carassius auratus,…

"Reputed to be one of the best-flavored freshwater fishes in the East Indian archipelago. Its original home is Java, Sumatra, Borneo, and several other East Indian islands, but thence it has been transported to and acclimatized in Penang, Malacca, Mauritius, and even Cayenne." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Goramy

"Reputed to be one of the best-flavored freshwater fishes in the East Indian archipelago. Its original…

The gourami or gouramies are a family, Osphronemidae, of freshwater perciform fishes. The fish are native to Asia, from Pakistan and India to the Malay Archipelago and north-easterly towards Korea. "Gouramies" is an example of a redundant plural, like "cherries" or "Pakistanis"; Gourami is already plural, in its original language. The most famous species of gourami is the "kissing gourami", who do literally lock their exaggerated lips to each other in social displays relating to mating, as a habit of aggression toward other fish of any species, and for seeking food.

Gourami

The gourami or gouramies are a family, Osphronemidae, of freshwater perciform fishes. The fish are native…

"Is found in the lakes and rivers of some parts of Europe; in its habits and food it resembles the trout, and is fished for with artificial flies." — Goodrich, 1859

Graining

"Is found in the lakes and rivers of some parts of Europe; in its habits and food it resembles the trout,…

"Found in the tivers of northern europe having rocky or gravelly bottoms. It resembles the trout in its habits nd haunts; it weighs one to five pounds." — Goodrich, 1859

Grayling

"Found in the tivers of northern europe having rocky or gravelly bottoms. It resembles the trout in…

"The Grayling is a genus of fresh-water fishes in the salmon family, distinguished from trout, etc., by the smaller mouth and teeth, and by the long, many-rayed dorsal fin. The genus is represented by five species inhabiting clear streams in North America, Europe and Asia."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Grayling

"The Grayling is a genus of fresh-water fishes in the salmon family, distinguished from trout, etc.,…

The Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) is a freshwater fish in the Salmonidae family of salmon. It was also known as the synonym Alaskan Grayling (Thymallus signifer).

Arctic Grayling

The Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) is a freshwater fish in the Salmonidae family of salmon. It…

Grenadiers or rattails (less commonly whiptails) are generally large, brown to black gadiform marine fish of the family Macrouridae. Found at great depths from the Arctic to Antarctic, members of this family are among the most abundant of the deep-sea fishes.

Grenadier

Grenadiers or rattails (less commonly whiptails) are generally large, brown to black gadiform marine…

Red grouper.

Red Grouper

Red grouper.

The Red Grouper (Epinephelus morios) is a fish in the Serranidae family of sea bass and groupers.

Red Grouper

The Red Grouper (Epinephelus morios) is a fish in the Serranidae family of sea bass and groupers.

The Black Grunt (Haemulon bonariense) is a fish in the Haemulidae family of grunts.

Black Grunt

The Black Grunt (Haemulon bonariense) is a fish in the Haemulidae family of grunts.

"Common in Europe, and is found in streams which flow over gravelly soil. It swims in shoals, feeds on worms, aquatic insects, and their larvae, and mollscuous animals." — Goodrich, 1859

Gudgeon

"Common in Europe, and is found in streams which flow over gravelly soil. It swims in shoals, feeds…

"A fresh-water fish belonging to the carp family, common in rivers of England." -Foster, 1921

Gudgeon

"A fresh-water fish belonging to the carp family, common in rivers of England." -Foster, 1921

Gudgeon is a common name for a number of small freshwater fishes of the families Cyprinidae, Eleotridae or Ptereleotridae. Most gudgeons are elongate, bottom-dwelling fish, many of which live in rapids and other fast moving water.

Gudgeon

Gudgeon is a common name for a number of small freshwater fishes of the families Cyprinidae, Eleotridae…

Gobio fluviatilis is a species of gudgeons, a ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

Gudgeon

Gobio fluviatilis is a species of gudgeons, a ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family.

"Or butter-fish, so called on account of the mucous secretion with which its sides are covered; it is ten inches long, and has a long, sword-shaped body; it is found in pools left by the tide, and occasionally under stones or sea-weed, common in Europe." — Goodrich, 1859

Spotted Gunnel

"Or butter-fish, so called on account of the mucous secretion with which its sides are covered; it is…

The gurnard or sea robin (Trigla cuculus) are bottom feeding fish of the Triglidae family.

Gurnard

The gurnard or sea robin (Trigla cuculus) are bottom feeding fish of the Triglidae family.

"Is from six to fifteen inches long, and is found in the Mediterranean, and also in the European and American seas. These are called <em>Flying-Fish</em>, and perform nearly the same feats in the air as the true flying-fish." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Flying Gurnard

"Is from six to fifteen inches long, and is found in the Mediterranean, and also in the European and…

A flying fish with extremely large wing like pectoral fins divided into two portions.

Flying Gurnard

A flying fish with extremely large wing like pectoral fins divided into two portions.

"The Flying Gurnard has the fin rays of the pectorals connected by membranes, by which it is enabled to support itself in the air, like the flying-fish."

The Flying Gurnard (Dactylopterus Volitans)

"The Flying Gurnard has the fin rays of the pectorals connected by membranes, by which it is enabled…

"Twelve to sixteen inches long; it feeds on curstaceous animals; spawns in May or June; it is esteemed for food, taken in deep water with a trawl-net, affords excellent amusement in fishing with hand-lines; common in European and American waters" &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Red Gurnard

"Twelve to sixteen inches long; it feeds on curstaceous animals; spawns in May or June; it is esteemed…

"It is of a fine, bright rose-red color, paler beneath and more vivid about the fins, of which there are two dorsal and one ventral."

The Red Gurnard (Trigla Pini)

"It is of a fine, bright rose-red color, paler beneath and more vivid about the fins, of which there…

"Is two feet long, and is common in the Mediterranean and other European waters; its flesh is good, though rather dry; it is caught with long lines, called <em>culters.</em>" &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Sapphire Gurnard

"Is two feet long, and is common in the Mediterranean and other European waters; its flesh is good,…

"A lake fish of Northern Europe, ten to twelve inches long; it is gregarious, and approaches the shores in vast shoals in spring and summer, a hundred often being taken at a draft." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Gwyniad

"A lake fish of Northern Europe, ten to twelve inches long; it is gregarious, and approaches the shores…

"Eight to ten feet long, depth ten inches, thickness less than inches; color dusky green; found in the European seas." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Hawken's Gymnetrus

"Eight to ten feet long, depth ten inches, thickness less than inches; color dusky green; found in the…

A type of Ganoid fish. This particular species is a gar-pike.

Lepidosteus Occeus

A type of Ganoid fish. This particular species is a gar-pike.