SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - (Small/Medium) SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - (Small/Medium)

SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - Small Environment/Climate/Range Marine; brackish; reef-associated; oceanodromous; depth range 0 - 1200 m.   Subtropical; 17°C - 32°C. preferred 27°C; 47°N - 37°S, 98°W - 166°E Distribution  Worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, but absent in the eastern Pacific  and the Pacific Plate, except marginally. Western Atlantic: Canada to Bermuda and Massachusetts, USA to Argentina, including the Gulf of Mexico and entire Caribbean. Eastern Atlantic: Morocco to South Africa. Indo-West Pacific: East Africa and Hokkaido, Japan to Australia. Size / Weight / Age It attains a Maximum length : 200 cm TL male/unsexed; common length : 110 cm TL male/unsexed;  max. published weight: 68.0 kg; max. reported age: 15 years Short description Dorsal spines (total): 7 - 9; Dorsal soft rays (total): 26-33; Anal spines: 2-3; Anal soft rays: 22 - 28. Head broad and depressed. First dorsal fin with short but strong isolated spines, not connected by a membrane. Caudal fin lunate in adults, upper lobe longer than lower. Back and sides dark brown, with 2 sharply defined narrow silvery bands.  Biology Adults occur in a variety of habitats, over mud, sand and gravel bottoms; over coral reefs, off rocky shores and in mangrove sloughs; inshore around pilings and buoys, and offshore around drifting and stationary objects; occasionally in estuaries (Ref. 9739). Form small groups and may pursue small pelagic inshore. Feed on crabs, fishes, and squids. Form spawning aggregations during the warm months in the western Atlantic; eggs and larvae planktonic. Caught in small quantities due to its solitary behavior. Good food fish; marketed fresh, smoked, and frozen. Also caught for sport.  View More
SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - Small Environment/Climate/Range Marine; brackish; reef-associated; oceanodromous; depth range 0 - 1200 m.   Subtropical; 17°C - 32°C. preferred 27°C; 47°N - 37°S, 98°W - 166°E Distribution  Worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, but absent in the eastern Pacific  and the Pacific Plate, except marginally. Western Atlantic: Canada to Bermuda and Massachusetts, USA to Argentina, including the Gulf of Mexico and entire Caribbean. Eastern Atlantic: Morocco to South Africa. Indo-West Pacific: East Africa and Hokkaido, Japan to Australia. Size / Weight / Age It attains a Maximum length : 200 cm TL male/unsexed; common length : 110 cm TL male/unsexed;  max. published weight: 68.0 kg; max. reported age: 15 years Short description Dorsal spines (total): 7 - 9; Dorsal soft rays (total): 26-33; Anal spines: 2-3; Anal soft rays: 22 - 28. Head broad and depressed. First dorsal fin with short but strong isolated spines, not connected by a membrane. Caudal fin lunate in adults, upper lobe longer than lower. Back and sides dark brown, with 2 sharply defined narrow silvery bands.  Biology Adults occur in a variety of habitats, over mud, sand and gravel bottoms; over coral reefs, off rocky shores and in mangrove sloughs; inshore around pilings and buoys, and offshore around drifting and stationary objects; occasionally in estuaries (Ref. 9739). Form small groups and may pursue small pelagic inshore. Feed on crabs, fishes, and squids. Form spawning aggregations during the warm months in the western Atlantic; eggs and larvae planktonic. Caught in small quantities due to its solitary behavior. Good food fish; marketed fresh, smoked, and frozen. Also caught for sport.  View More
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SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - Small

Environment/Climate/Range Marine; brackish; reef-associated; oceanodromous; depth range 0 - 1200 m.   Subtropical; 17°C - 32°C. preferred 27°C; 47°N - 37°S, 98°W - 166°E
Distribution  Worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, but absent in the eastern Pacific  and the Pacific Plate, except marginally. Western Atlantic: Canada to Bermuda and Massachusetts, USA to Argentina, including the Gulf of Mexico and entire Caribbean. Eastern Atlantic: Morocco to South Africa. Indo-West Pacific: East Africa and Hokkaido, Japan to Australia.
Size / Weight / Age It attains a Maximum length : 200 cm TL male/unsexed; common length : 110 cm TL male/unsexed;  max. published weight: 68.0 kg; max. reported age: 15 years
Short description Dorsal spines (total): 7 - 9; Dorsal soft rays (total): 26-33; Anal spines: 2-3; Anal soft rays: 22 - 28. Head broad and depressed. First dorsal fin with short but strong isolated spines, not connected by a membrane. Caudal fin lunate in adults, upper lobe longer than lower. Back and sides dark brown, with 2 sharply defined narrow silvery bands. 
Biology Adults occur in a variety of habitats, over mud, sand and gravel bottoms; over coral reefs, off rocky shores and in mangrove sloughs; inshore around pilings and buoys, and offshore around drifting and stationary objects; occasionally in estuaries (Ref. 9739). Form small groups and may pursue small pelagic inshore. Feed on crabs, fishes, and squids. Form spawning aggregations during the warm months in the western Atlantic; eggs and larvae planktonic. Caught in small quantities due to its solitary behavior. Good food fish; marketed fresh, smoked, and frozen. Also caught for sport. 

SIKEN (MODHA)- سكن - COBIA - Small

Environment/Climate/Range Marine; brackish; reef-associated; oceanodromous; depth range 0 - 1200 m.   Subtropical; 17°C - 32°C. preferred 27°C; 47°N - 37°S, 98°W - 166°E
Distribution  Worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, but absent in the eastern Pacific  and the Pacific Plate, except marginally. Western Atlantic: Canada to Bermuda and Massachusetts, USA to Argentina, including the Gulf of Mexico and entire Caribbean. Eastern Atlantic: Morocco to South Africa. Indo-West Pacific: East Africa and Hokkaido, Japan to Australia.
Size / Weight / Age It attains a Maximum length : 200 cm TL male/unsexed; common length : 110 cm TL male/unsexed;  max. published weight: 68.0 kg; max. reported age: 15 years
Short description Dorsal spines (total): 7 - 9; Dorsal soft rays (total): 26-33; Anal spines: 2-3; Anal soft rays: 22 - 28. Head broad and depressed. First dorsal fin with short but strong isolated spines, not connected by a membrane. Caudal fin lunate in adults, upper lobe longer than lower. Back and sides dark brown, with 2 sharply defined narrow silvery bands. 
Biology Adults occur in a variety of habitats, over mud, sand and gravel bottoms; over coral reefs, off rocky shores and in mangrove sloughs; inshore around pilings and buoys, and offshore around drifting and stationary objects; occasionally in estuaries (Ref. 9739). Form small groups and may pursue small pelagic inshore. Feed on crabs, fishes, and squids. Form spawning aggregations during the warm months in the western Atlantic; eggs and larvae planktonic. Caught in small quantities due to its solitary behavior. Good food fish; marketed fresh, smoked, and frozen. Also caught for sport. 
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