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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Mangrove red snapper – Wikipedia
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Body moderately deep greatest depth 2. 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. Scale 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. Launch the Aquatic Species Distribution map viewer.
Has dispersed into the eastern Mediterranean off Lebanon via the Suez Canal, but is not well established there. Juveniles and young adults found in mangrove estuaries and in the lower reaches of freshwater streams. Eventually they migrate offshore to deeper reef areas, sometimes penetrating to depths in excess of m. Habitat frequently consists of areas of abundant shelter in the form of caves or overhanging ledges. Feeds mainly on fishes and crustaceans. Spawning occurs throughout the year, at least in lower latitudes.
An important market species throughout the Indo-Pacific region, but never found in large quantities. Caught mainly with nets redfishes gillnetting, snapper gillnettinghandlinesbottom longlines, and trawls.
Marketed either fresh or frozen also dried-salted. The total catch reported for this species to FAO for was 16 t.
The countries with the largest catches were Malaysia 12 t and Pakistan 3 t. Snappers of the world.