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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Juveniles with series of about 8 whitish bars crossing sides, and blue lines across cheek. Macleay, Mesoprion roseigaster W. Whitley’s Handbook of Australian Fishes.
As they mature, mangrove red snappers move into open waters, sometimes hundreds of kilometers from the coast  to breed. Mangrove red snapper is a popular and important commercial and recreational fish throughout its range, and considered to be an excellent food fish. Juveniles have a series of about 8 whitish bars on the sides, and blue lines across the cheek.
Adults usually inhabit coral reefs, often sheltering in caves or under ledges during the day. The mangrove red snapper Lutjanus argentimaculatuscommonly called mangrove jack within Australiais a species of snapper.
Lutjanus argentimaculatus – Wikipedia tiếng Việt
New Holland Publishers Australia pp. These larger fish are sometimes caught by bottom-fishers with heavy tackle, though they still remain difficult to land due to their speed and proximity to sharp reef bottoms. Dorsal scale rows parallel to LL.
Community structure and zoogeographic affinities of the coastal fishes of the Dampier region of north-western Australia. These teeth can cause a nasty injury to unwary fishers.
Mangrove red snapper
Biodiversity of shallow reef fish assemblages in Western Australia using a rapid censusing technique. The countries with the largest catches were Argentimaculattus 12 t and Pakistan 3 t.
Complete argentimauclatus guide for anglers and divers. The mangrove red snapper is native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean from the African coast to Samoa and the Line Islands and from the Ryukyus in the north to Australia in the south.
Dorsal greenish brown, ventral white or greenish grey, sides reddish; bars 8 white and streaks 2 blue across cheeks in juveniles. Coloration of the mangrove red snapper ranges from burnt orange, to copper, to bronze and dark reddish-brown, lutjaanus on its age and environment.
Snout somewhat pointed; preorbital bone relatively broad, wider than eye diameter; preopercular notch and knob poorly developed; jaws with well developed canine teeth; vomerine tooth patch crescentic, without a medial posterior extension; tongue with patch of granular teeth.
Low, minimum population doubling time 4.
Back and sides greenish-brown to reddish, belly silvery or whitish; those from deep water overall reddish. Reef and shore fishes of the South Pacific. Preopercular notch poorly developed.
Scale rows on back more or less parallel lutjansu lateral line, or parallel below spinous part of dorsal fin and sometimes rising obliquely posteriorly, or rarely with entirely oblique rows.
Dorsal fin continuous; posterior profile of dorsal and anal fins rounded.
Lutjanus argentimaculatus, Mangrove red snapper : fisheries, aquaculture, gamefish
Juveniles and young adults found in mangrove estuaries and in the lower reaches of freshwater streams. Eventually migrate offshore lktjanus deeper reef areas, sometimes penetrating to depths in excess of m.
Print PDF Search species. Many fish and so lures agentimaculatus lost once they reach the protection of the snags as a result of their initial burst of speed. Commercial, recreational, aquaculture fish. An important market species throughout the Indo-Pacific region, but never found in large quantities.