Etrumeus teres((DeKay, 1848))


Details
Author:
(DeKay, 1848)
Ecofunctional Group:
Pelagic Fish
Origin:
Subtropical
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1961
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Wittmann & Ariani, 2007: France
Invasive Characteristic:
Yes
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
Corridor: Suez Canal, ,
Establishement/Success:
invasive
Photo
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Synonyms
Clupea sadina, Etrumeus acuminatus, Etrumeus sadina,
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Chordata, Class : Actinopterygii, Order : Clupeiformes, Family : Clupeidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Syria Levantine 2002 unknown East Mediterranean Saad, 2002
Egypt Levantine 1992 established East Mediterranean El Sayed, 1994
Greece Aegean Sea 2003 established East Mediterranean Kallianiotis & Lekkas, 2005
Israel Levantine 1961 established East Mediterranean Whitehead, 1963
Italy unknown 2005 unknown Central Mediterranean Falautano et al., 2006
Lebanon Levantine 2003 established East Mediterranean Bariche et al., 2006
Malta unknown 2005 casual Central Mediterranean Falautano et al., 2006
Turkey Aegean Sea 2002 established East Mediterranean Oz et al., 2007
Turkey Levantine 1994 established East Mediterranean Basusta et al., 1997
Cyprus Levantine 1999 established East Mediterranean Golani, 2000a

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Falautano, M., Castriota, L. & Andaloro, F., 2006. First record of Etrumeus teres (Clupeidae) in the central Mediterranean Sea. Cybium, 30: 287-288., ( CMEDITAUNK-L1250 )
  • Falautano, M., Castriota, L. & Andaloro, F., 2006. First record of Etrumeus teres (Clupeidae) in the central Mediterranean Sea. Cybium, 30: 287-288., ( CMEDMLTUNK-L1252 )
  • Golani, D., 2000a. The Lessepsian migrant, the Red-eye round herring Etrumeus teres (DeKay, 1842), a new record from Cyprus. Zoology in the Middle East, 20: 61-64., ( EMEDCYPLEV-L1246 )
  • El-Sayed, R.S., 1994. Check-list of Egyptian Mediterranean fishes. Bulletin of the National. Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, 1-77., ( EMEDEGYLEV-L1247 )
  • Kallianiotis, A. & Lekkas, V., 2005. First documented report on the Lessepsian migrant Etrumeus teres De Kay, 1842 (Pisces: Clupeidae) in the Greek Seas. Journal of Biological Research, 4: 225-229., ( EMEDGRCAEG-L1248 )
  • Whitehead P. J . P., 1963. - A revision of the recent round herrings (Pisces: Dussumieriidae). Bull. Brit. Mus. Nat. Hist. (Zool.), 10: 305-380., ( EMEDISRLEV-L1249 )
  • Bariche M., Alwan N., El-Fadel M., 2006. Structure & biological characteristics of purse seine l&ings off the Lebanese coast (eastern Mediterranean). Fisheries Research, 82: 246-252., ( EMEDLBNLEV-L1251 )
  • Saad, A. 2002. Characterization Of Lessepsian Migrant Fish At Syrian Sea Waters, In: “ Mediterranean Vermitid Terrace and Migratory/ Invasive Organisms” INOC and SNRSL, Beirut/ lebanon, act of workshop., ( EMEDSYRLEV-L1253 )
  • Oz MI, Okus E, Ahsen Y., 2007. Notes on the Erythrean alien fishes of Datca-Bozburun Peninsula - a specially protected area in the south eastern Aegean Sea (Turkey). Rapport du Congress de la CIESM 38: 563, ( EMEDTURAEG-L1255 )
  • Basusta N., Erdem, U. & Mater, S., 1997. Iskenderun korfezi'nde yeni bir Lesepsiyen gocmen balik turu; Kizilgozlu Sardalya, Etrumeus teres (Dekay, 1842). Mediterranean Fisheries Congress, Izmir: 921-924., ( EMEDTURLEV-L1254 )