Bregmaceros atlanticus(Goode & Bean, 1886)


Details
Author:
Goode & Bean, 1886
Ecofunctional Group:
Pelagic Fish
Origin:
Circumtropical
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1928
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Danesi et al., 1999: Italy
Invasive Characteristic:
No
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
shipping/ballasts, ,
Establishement/Success:
established
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Synonyms
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Chordata, Class : Actinopterygii, Order : Gadiformes, Family : Bregmacerotidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Israel Levantine 2004 established East Mediterranean Goren & Galil, 2006
Italy unknown 1928-30 casual UNKNOWN Dā€™ Ancona & Cavinato, 1965
Turkey Aegean Sea 2005 established East Mediterranean Filiz et al., 2007
Turkey Levantine 2002 established East Mediterranean Yilmaz et al., 2004

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Goren M & Galil B.S, 2006. Additional records of Bregmaceros atlanticus in the eastern Mediterranean ā€“ an invasion through the Suez Canal or in ballast water? JMBA, Biodiversity Records, ( EMEDISRLEV-L490 )
  • Filiz H., Akcinar S.C., Uluturk E., Bayhan B., Taskavak E., Sever T.M., Bilge G. & Irmak E., 2007. First records of the Echiodon dentatus (Carapidae) and Bregmaceros atlanticus (Bregmacerotidae) from the Aegean Sea: with a second record of Nemichthys scol, ( EMEDTURAEG-L492 )
  • Yilmaz, R., Bileceno?lu, M. & Hossucu, B., 2004. First record of the antenna codlet, Bregmaceros atlanticus Good & Bean, 1886 (Osteichthys: Bregmacerotidae), from the eastern Mediterranean. Zoology in the Middle East, 31, 111ā€“112., ( EMEDTURLEV-L493 )