All torrentfish have a similar pattern of five dark stripes on a lighter background. There are three stripes on the body, generally angled downwards towards the head, with a fourth stripe vertically at the base of the tail and a fifth passing through the eyes and angling downwards towards the base of the pectoral fin. Their colouration is either dark grey on a lighter grey background, or dark brown on a lighter brown background, changing according to the surroundings of the fish. This colour pattern camouflages the torrentfish and help it to blend in with its stony habitat.
Torrentfish are mainly found in gravelly rivers, particularly braided rivers with wide, open channels. They favour rivers with highly unstable substrates, as the regular movement of the gravels maintains open gaps around and underneath the stones where the torrentfish can take refuge from fast water. Although they are strong swimmers, they are poor climbers and are only found far inland if the gradient is low and there are no barriers.
Torrentfish are amphidromous: the fry go to sea after hatching, and return as juveniles to fresh water where they grow to adulthood. Female torrentfish are found further upstream than males, up to 235 km from the sea, with a large area of overlap. Females migrate downstream over summer and autumn when ready to lay eggs, and return upstream once spent. It is likely that they spawn in the lower reaches of waterways. Fry hatch and migrate to sea in late summer and autumn, returning a short time later in late autumn and winter. Because they have to spend time at sea, torrentfish are unable to form landlocked populations like some other New Zealand native fishes.
The torrentfish is related to the blue cod, an obligate marine fish, and is one of only two New Zealand freshwater fish with local marine origins. All of the other New Zealand freshwater species have Australian freshwater ancestors which arrived in New Zealand via dispersal through the sea. The torrentfish is the only member of both its genus and its family.
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