Barramundi can be farmed or wild. However, the vast majority of barramundi produced in Indonesia is from farmed production rather than wild capture fisheries.
Barramundi are demersal, inhabiting coastal waters, estuaries, lagoons, and rivers; they are found in clear to turbid water, usually within a temperature range of 26−30 °C. This species does not undertake extensive migrations within or between river systems, which has presumably influenced establishment of genetically distinct stocks in Northern Australia.
Latin name: Lates calcarifer