Lutjanus argentimaculatus (danh pháp hai phần:) là một loài cá thuộc chi Lutjanus trong họ Lutjanidae. Loài cá này sinh sống ở Úc. Russell, B., Carpenter, K.E., Smith-Vaniz, W.F., Lawrence, A. & Sparks, J.S. Lutjanus argentimaculatus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species e. A Mangrove Jack, Lutjanus argentimaculatus, at South West Rocks, New South Wales, April Source: Sascha Schultz / License: CC by.
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In reef areas, mangrove red snappers are sometimes confused with two-spot red snapper or red bass Lutjanus bohara known carrier of ciguatera toxin. Entered by Luna, Susan M. Australian Freshwater Fishes Biology and Management.
Reef and shore fishes of the South Pacific. It commands a good export market price with no limit on body size Ref. Lutjanidae from the Indo-Pacific, argenhimaculatus the description of a new species. As they grow, they migrate arhentimaculatus to deeper reef areas. Dorsal argentimacupatus brown, ventral white or greenish grey, sides reddish; bars 8 white and streaks 2 blue across cheeks in juveniles. Snappers of the World. They spend several years in estuaries, ranging upstream into brackish mangrove creeks and the lower reaches of freshwater streams.
For fishermen, the telltale sign of a hooked mangrove red snapper is the explosive run for cover once the bait or lure is taken. A euryhaline species Ref.
Argentijaculatus rows on back S more or less parallel to lateral line, or parallel below spinous part of dorsal fin and sometimes rising obliquely posteriorly, or rarely with entirely oblique rows.
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Cuvier, Mesoprion olivaceus G. An important market species throughout the Indo-Pacific region, but never found in large quantities.
Marketed either fresh or frozen also dried-salted. Juveniles and young adults found in mangrove estuaries argentimaculatjs in the lower reaches of freshwater streams. It has also been recorded from the coast of Lebanon in the Mediterranean Seahaving reached there from the Red Sea through the Suez Canalthough it is not established in the Mediterranean.
An annotated and illustrated catalogue of lutjanid species known to date. No reported damaging diseases Ref. Launch the Aquatic Species Distribution map viewer. Records of the Western Australian Museum Individuals in deeper waters are reddish overall.
Macleay, Mesoprion sexfasciatus W.
The mangrove red snapper is a highly regarded table fish with firm, sweet-tasting, white flesh. As its name implies, the mangrove red snapper is commonly found in mangrove -lined estuarine systems, although is known to migrate to offshore reefs to spawn.
Special Publication Series 1: In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. These teeth can cause lutjajus nasty injury to unwary fishers. Malay, ikan lutjan, name of a fish. Argebtimaculatus Pollard Publishing Pty Ltd pp. Adults are often found in groups around coral reefs Ref. Fish and Fisheries of Australia. A very popular sports fish with a greenish-brown to reddish body, and a silvery-white belly.
Younger fish caught in estuarine areas are often darker than older fish taken from offshore reef areas,  and exhibit lighter vertical bands down their flanks. Juveniles around 2cm in length settle out from the plankton into coastal estuaries during late summer. Traditional fishing in the Torres Strait Islands. Many fish and so lures are lost once they reach the protection of the snags as a result of their initial burst of speed.
Size To cm SL, commonly to 80 cm. Adjuncta est materia medica kahirina atque tabula maris rubri geographica. Review of the snappers of the genus Lutjanus Pisces: The mangrove red snapper Lutjanus argentimaculatuscommonly called mangrove jack within Australiais a species of snapper. The Mangrove Jack has a slightly concave caudal fin and the scale rows on the back are roughly parallel to the lateral line.
Western Australian Museum vi pp. Reef fishes of the East Indies. Eventually migrate offshore to deeper reef areas, sometimes penetrating to depths in excess of m.
Generally greenish brown on back, grading to reddish on sides and ventral parts. Elsewhere, the species is widespread in the tropical Indo-west-central Pacific, and has been recorded from the coast of Lebanon lutjanjs the Mediterranean Sea having reached there via the Suez Canal. Dorsal fin with 10 spines and 13 or 14 soft rays; anal fin with 3 spines and B soft rays; posterior profile of dorsal and anal fins rounded; pectoral fins with 16 or 17 rays; caudal fin emarginate to nearly truncate.
Community lutjanis and zoogeographic affinities of the coastal fishes of the Dampier region of north-western Australia.
Fisheries and Aquaculture Department. Has dispersed into the eastern Mediterranean off Lebanon via the Suez Canal, but is not well established there. Juveniles with a series of about eight whitish bars crossing sides, and 1 or 2 blue lines across cheek.