The Yellowbelly Map is commonly referred to as the Golden Perch, Callop and Murray perch. The Yellowbelly Map is known as most prolific freshwater native fish and makes a captivating addition to a home aquarium. The Yellowbelly Map thrives well in a moderate temperature range and is mainly carnivorous in nature that feeds on shrimp, molluscs and smaller fishes. The Yellowbelly Map is an excellent angling species, and always be careful while handling the fish around the gill plates as it contains couple of razor sharp plates along the edge that can inflict painful wounds if comes in contact. The Yellowbelly Map also has spines in the front part of the dorsal fin that makes it even more risky to handle. The Yellowbelly Map prefers slow water speed with turbid section of streams that makes it comfortable in the tank. The Yellowbelly Map feeds mainly zooplanktons and the tank should be incorporated with the live rocks that encourage the growth of algae on which it can graze over in between the meals.