Epinephelus coioides((Hamilton, 1822))


Details
Author:
(Hamilton, 1822)
Ecofunctional Group:
Demersal Fish
Origin:
Indo-Pacific
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1966
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Ben-Tuvia., 1978: Israel
Invasive Characteristic:
No
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
Corridor: Suez Canal, ,
Establishement/Success:
established
Photo
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Synonyms
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Chordata, Class : Actinopterygii, Order : Perciformes, Family : Serranidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Israel Levantine 1966 casual East Mediterranean Ben Tuvia & Lourie, 1969
Italy Adriatic 1998 casual Adriatic Parenti & Bressi, 2001
Syria Levantine 2002 unknown East Mediterranean Foulquie & Dupuy de la Grandrive, 2003

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Parenti P.& Bressi, N. 2001. First Record of the orange-spotted grouper, Epinephelus Coioides (perciformes: serranidae) in the Northern Adriatic Sea. Cybium 2001, 25(3): 281-284., ( ADRIITAADR-L1198 )
  • Ben Tuvia A. & Lourie A., 1969. A Red Sea grouper Epinephelus tauvina caught on the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Israel Journal of Zoology 18, 245–247., ( EMEDISRLEV-L1197 )
  • Foulquie M. & Renaud Dupuy de la Grandrive, 2003. First assignment concerning the development of Marine Protected Areas on the Syrian coast, from 8-15 November 2002.RAC/SPA, ( EMEDSYRLEV-L1199 )