Pumpkinseed Sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus)
The pumpkinseed is the most widely distributed and abundant sunfish in the eastern United States. They seem to prefer weedy, warm-water lakes and ponds, using weed patches, docks, and logs for cover and usually staying close to shore. They are present in the calm pools of most rivers. The average pumpkinseed is about 5 - 6 inches in length, although some may approach 10 inches.
(via: Cornell Univ.)
Orthagoriscus mola now called Mola mola - The Sunfish
Gilson, G. (1921). Les poissons d’Ostende. 1re Edition.