Glossamia aprion or Mouth almighty is a small fish growing to about 20cm long and weight about 600 grams but are often much smaller then this.
While not rare, due to where this fish likes to live (weedy still waters like that of dams and small ponds) people rarely come into contact with them often getting caught while catching shrimps and small fish using pots (fish traps).
Note* these fish are often a brown colour while young but turn to a sliver when older but they can change their colour while hunting or scared.
The Mouth almighty is a mouth brooder after the female laids the eggs the male picks the eggs out in their mouth and hold them there until are hatch.
You can find them in most rivers, creeks, ponds and dams across QLD(Queensland). While they do live in the Fitzroy river in W.A(Western Australia) and the northern part of NSW(New South Wales)
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Photo that i used has a base is from www.livefish.com.au/mouth-almi…
Info from Australian fish guide by Frank Prokop