Llista de peixos del Regne Unit

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Aquesta llista de peixos del Regne Unit inclou 423 espècies de peixos que es poden trobar actualment al Regne Unit ordenades per l'ordre alfabètic de llur nom científic.






















  1. 1,0 1,1 Maitland, P. S. i A. A. Lyle, 2005. Ecology of allis shad, Alosa alosa, and twaite shad, Alosa fallax, in the Solway Firth, Scotland. Hydrobiologia 534: 205-221.
  2. Heath, M. R., Neat, F. C., Pinnegar, J. K., Reid, D. G., Sims, D. W. and Wright, P. J., 2012. Review of climate change impacts on marine fish and shellfish around the UK and Ireland. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst., 22: 337–367. [1]
  3. Turnpenny, A. W. H., Sadler, K., Aston, R. J., Milner, A. G. P. i Lynam, S., 1987. The fish populations of some streams in Wales and northern England in relation to acidity and associated factors. Journal of Fish Biology, 31: 415–434. [2]
  4. Creech, S., 1992. A study of the population biology of Atherina boyeri (Risso, 1810) in Aberthaw Lagoon, on the Bristol Channel, in South Wales. J. Fish Biol. 41:277-286.
  5. Wheeler, A. i D. R. Jordan, 1990. The status of the barbel, Barbus barbus (L.) (Teleostei, Cyprinidae), in the United Kingdom. J. Fish Biol. 37(3):393-399. [3]
  6. Hunt, P. C. i J. W. Jones, 1975. A population study of Barbus barbus (L.) in the River Severn, England. III. Growth.
  7. Sims, D. W., A. M. Fox i D. A. Merrett, 1997. Basking shark occurrence off south-west England in relation to zooplankton abundance. J. Fish Biol. 51(2):436-440.
  8. Fairfax, D., 1998. The Basking Shark of Scotland. Natural History, Fishery and Conservation. Tuckwell Press, East Linton, Escòcia, 206 p.
  9. Marriott, A. L., J. W. Latchford i I. D. McCarthy, 2010. Population biology of the red gurnard (Aspitrigla cuculus, L.; Triglidae) in the inshore waters of Eastern Anglesey and Northwest Wales. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 26:504-512.
  10. Brown, E. A. R., N. Finnigan i D. B. C. Scott, 1991. A life table for powan, Coregonus lavaretus (L.) in Loch Lomond, Scotland: a basis for conservation strategy. Aquat. Conserv.: Mar. Freshwat. Ecosyst. 1(2):183-187.
  11. Wilson, J. P. F. i T. J. Pitcher, 1984. Age determination and growth of the pollan, Coregonus autumnalis pollan Thompson, of Lough Neagh, northern Ireland. J. Fish Biol. 24:151-163.
  12. Beaumont, A. R., J. Bray, J. M. Murphy i I. J. Winfield, 1995. Genetics of whitefish and vendace in England and Wales. J. Fish Biol. 46:880-890.
  13. Gordon, J. D. M., 1978. Some notes on the biology of the roundnose grenadier Coryphaenoides rupestris to the west of Scotland. ICES, C.M. / G:40.
  14. Fox, P. J., 1978. Preliminary observations on different reproductive strategies in the bullhead (Cottus gobio, L.) in northern and southern England. J. Fish Biol. 12:5-11.
  15. Sayer, M. D. J., Gibson, R. N. i Atkinson, R. J. A., 1995. Growth, diet and condition of goldsinny on the west coast of Scotland. Journal of Fish Biology, 46: 317–340. [4]
  16. Stott, B., 1977. On the question of the introduction of the grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella, Val.) into the United Kingdom. Fisheries Management 8, 63-71.
  17. Stott, B. i F. J. Durbin, 1980. Induced Breeding of Grass Carp in England. Fish. Mgmt, 11 (2):73-75.
  18. Winfield, I. J. i C. W. Bean, 1991. First record of the carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.), in the Lough Neagh catchment (Northern Ireland). J. Fish Biol. 38(4):629-630.
  19. Bucke, D., McCcarthy, D. i Hill, B., 1975. A report of suspected erythrodermatitis in carp in Great Britain. Journal of Fish Biology, 7: 301–303. [5]
  20. Pawson, M. G. i G. D. Pickett, 1996. The annual pattern of condition and maturity in bass, Dicentrarchus labrax, in waters around England and Wales. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 76(1):107-125.
  21. Pawson, M. G., S. Kupschus i G. D. Pickett, 2007. The status of sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) stocks around England and Wales, derived using a separable catch-at-age model, and implications for fisheries management. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 64:346-356.
  22. 22,0 22,1 Smail, D. A. i Egglestone, S. I., 1980. Virus infections of marine fish erythrocytes: prevalence of piscine erythrocytic necrosis in cod Gadus morhua (L.) and blenny Blennius pholis (L.) in coastal and offshore waters of the United Kingdom. Journal of Fish Diseases, 3: 41–46. [6]
  23. O'Hara, K. i T. Penczak, 1987. Production of the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus (L.), in the River Weaver, England. Freshwat. Biol. 18:353-360.
  24. Whoriskey, F. G. i R. J. Wootton, 1987. The swimming endurance of threespine sticklebacks, Gasterosteus aculeatus (L.), from the Afon Rheidol, Wales. J. Fish Biol. 30:335-339.
  25. Mann, R. H. K., 1980. The growth and reproductive strategy of the gudgeon, Gobio gobio (L.), in two hard-water rivers in southern England. Fish Biol. 17:163-176.
  26. Maitland, P. S., K. H. Morris, K. East, M. P. Schoonoord, B. Van Der Wal i I.C. Potter, 1984. The estuarine biology of the river lamprey, Lampetra fluviatilis, in the Firth of Forth, Scotland, with particular reference to size composition and feeding. J. Zool. Lond. 203:211-225.
  27. Hope, R. i R. Shucksmith, 2010. Most northerly record of Europe's smallest marine fish Guillet's goby, Lebetus guilleti, in the Shetland Islands, Scotland. Mar. Bbiodivers. Rec. 3:e98.
  28. Villeneuve, F., G. H. Copp, M. G. Fox i S. Stakenas, 2005. Interpopulation variation in growth and life history traits of the introduced sunfish, pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus, in southern England. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 21:275-281.
  29. 29,0 29,1 Cowx, I. G., 1989. Interaction between the roach, Rutilus rutilus, and dace, Leuciscus leuciscus, populations in a river ctachment in south-west England. J. Fish Biol. 35(Suppl.A):279-284.
  30. Hellawell, J. M., 1974. The ecology of populations of dace, Leuciscus leuciscus (L.), from two tributaries of the River Wye, Herefordshire, England. Freshwat. Biol. 4:577-604.
  31. 31,0 31,1 Hickley, P. i R. G. Bailey, 1982. Observations on the growth and production of chub Leuciscus cephalus and dace Leuciscus leuciscus in a small lowland river in southeast England. Freshwat. Biol. 12:167-178.
  32. Mann, R. H. K., 1974. Observations on the age, growth, reproduction and food of the dace Leuciscus leuciscus (L.) in two rivers in southern England. J. Fish Biol. 6:237-253.
  33. Laurenson, C. H. i I. G. Priede, 2005. The diet and trophic ecology of anglerfish Lophius piscatorius at the Shetland Islands, UK. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 85(2):419-424.
  34. Gordon, J. D. M. i J. A. R. Duncan, 1979. Some notes on the biology of the snake blenny, Lumpenus lampretaeformis on the west coast of Scotland. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 59(2):413-419.
  35. 35,0 35,1 35,2 Cooper, A., 1983. The reproductive biology of poor cod, Trisopterus minutus (L.), whiting, Merlangiius merlangus (L.), and Norway pout, Trisopterus esmarki (Nilsson), off the west coast of Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 22:317-334.
  36. Bailey, R. S., 1978. Changes in the age composition of blue whiting in the spawning area west of Scotland. ICES C.M. /H:52. 6 p.
  37. Thomas, R., 1987. Biological investigations on the blue ling, Molva dypterygia dypterygia (Pennant 1784 after O.F. Müller 1776) in the areas of the Faroe islands and to the west of the Shetland Islands. Arch. Fish Wiss. 38:9-34.
  38. 38,0 38,1 38,2 38,3 Fausch, K. D., 2007. Introduction, establishment and effects of non-native salmonids: considering the risk of rainbow trout invasion in the United Kingdom. Journal of Fish Biology, 71: 1–32. [7]
  39. Jones, D. H., 1982. The spawning of Perch (Perca fluviatilis, L.) in Loch Levenm Kinross, Scotland. Fish. Mgmt 13(4):139-151.
  40. Thorpe, J. E., 1977. Daily ration of adult perch, Perca fluviatilis (L.), during summer in Lock Leven, Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 11:55-68.
  41. Gibson, R. N. i Robb, L., 1996. Piscine predation on juvenile fishes on a Scottish sandy beach. Journal of Fish Biology, 49: 120–138. [8]
  42. Fox, C. J., B. P. Planque i C. D. Darby, 2000. Synchrony in the recruitment time-series of plaice (Pleuronectes platessa, L.) around the United Kingdom and the influence of sea temperature. J. Sea Res. 44:159-168.
  43. Basmi, R. A. i D. J. Grove, 1985. Studies on feeding, growth and production of a recruited inshore population of Pleuronectes platessa (L.) at East Anglesey, North Wales. J. Fish Biol. 27:765-783.
  44. Chuenpagdee, R., 1990. Population study of female plaice (Pleuronectes platessa, L.) in Anglesey: sexual maturity, growth and mortality. M.S. thesis, University of Wales, U.K. 70 p., plus appendices.
  45. Du Buit, M. H., 1991. Food and feeding of saithe (Pollachius virens, L.) off Scotland. Fish. Res. 12(4):307-323.
  46. Gibson, R. N. i I. A. Ezzi, 1981. The biology of the Norway goby, Pomatoschistus norvegicus (Collett), on the west coast of Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 19:697-714.
  47. Whittamore, J. M. i I. D. McCarthy, 2005. The population biology of the thornback ray, Raja clavata, in Caernarfon Bay, NorthWales. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 85:1089-1094.
  48. Mann, R. H. K., 1973. Observations on the age, growth, reproduction and food of the roach Rutilus rutilus (L.) in two rivers in southern England. J. Fish Biol. 5:707-736.
  49. Treasurer, J. W., 1990. The occurrence of roach, Rutilus rutilus (L.), in northern Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 37(6):989-990.
  50. 50,0 50,1 Middlemas, S. J., Fryer, R. J., Tulett, D. i Armstrong, J. D., 2013. Relationship between sea lice levels on sea trout and fish farm activity in western Scotland. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 20: 68–74. [9]
  51. Carss, D. N., H. Kruuk i J. W. H. Conroy, 1990. Predation on adult Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar (Carl von Linné|L.), by otters, Lutra lutra (L.), within the River Dee system, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 37(6):935-944.
  52. Hartley, S. E., 1988. Cytogenetic studies of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar (L.), in Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 33:735-740.
  53. Crozier, W. W. i G. J. A. Kennedy, 1995. The relationship between a summer fry (0+) abundance index, derived from semi-quantitative electrofishing, and egg deposition of Atlantic salmon, in the River Bush, Northern Ireland. J. Fish Biol. 47:1055-1062.
  54. Crisp, D. T., 1994. Reproductive investment of female brown trout, Salmo trutta (L.), in a stream and reservoir system in northern England. J. Fish Biol. 44(2):343-349.
  55. Crisp, D. T. i W. R. C. Beaumont, 1995. The trout (Salmo trutta population of the Afon Cwm, a small tributary of the Afon Dyfi, mid-Wales. J. Fish Biol. 46(4):703-716.
  56. Swales, S., 1986. Population dynamics, production and angling catch of brown trout, Salmo trutta, in a mature upland reservoir in mid-Wales. Environ. Biol. Fish. 16(4):279-293.
  57. Thorpe, J. E., 1974. The movements of brown trout, Salmo trutta (L.), in Loch Leven, Kinross, Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 6:153-180.
  58. Robertson, J. A., 1938. The sprat and the sprat fishery of England. Fish. Invest. London Ser. 2, 16(2).
  59. De Silva, S. S., 1973. Aspects of the reproductive biology of the sprat, Sprattus sprattus, in inshore waters of the west coast of Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 5:689-705.
  60. Sayer, M. D. J., R. N. Gibson i R. J. A. Atkinson, 1996. Growth, diet and condition of corkwing wrasse and rock cook on the west coast of Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 49(1):76-94.
  61. Gordon, I. D. M., 1977. The fish populations of the inshore waters of the west of Scotland. The biology of the Norway Pout (Trisopterus esmarkii). J. Fish Biol. 10:417-430.
  62. Dunn, M. R., 2001. The biology and exploitation of John dory (Linneaus, 1758) in the waters of England and Wales. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 58:96-105.
  63. All fishes reported from United Kingdom - FishBase (anglès)


  • Cook, R. M., 2004. Estimation of the age-specific rate of natural mortality for Shetland eels. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61:159-169.
  • Copp, G. H., K. J. Wesley i L. Vilizzi, 2005. Pathways of ornamental and aquarium fish introductions into urban ponds of Epping Forest (London, England): the human vector. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 21:263-274.
  • Diamond, M., Aprahamian, M. W. i North, R., 2003. A Theoretical Assessment of Cormorant Impact on Fish Stocks in Great Britain, in Interactions Between Fish and Birds: Implications for Management (ed I. G. Cowx), Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford. [10]
  • Egglishaw, J., 1970. Production of salmon and trout in a stream in Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 2:117-136.
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  • Kelley, D. F. i Reay, P. J., 1988. The shallow creek fish communities of south-west England and west Wales estuaries. Journal of Fish Biology, 33: 221–222. [12]
  • Kislalioglu, M. i Gibson, R. N., 1977. The feeding relationship of shallow water fishes in a Scottish sea loch. Journal of Fish Biology, 11: 257–266. [13]
  • Lesser, J. H. R., 1967. Studies on ray stocks of the south-eastern Irish Sea. MSc thesis, Universitat de Gal·les, Bangor, Gal·les.
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