BASSAR - بسار - RAINBOW RUNNER

Environment / Climate / Range  Adults usually occur in small groups, inhabiting coastal waters, frequently near coral assemblages and offshore islands. They feed on fishes, cephalopods, small invertebrates, and other pelagic prey. Distribution  The species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa to the western Pacific, north to Japan, and south to Australia Size / Weight / Age It reaches a length of up to 120 cm and about 18 kg in weight. Short description The body is strongly compressed and elongated, with a dorsal profile that is more convex than the ventral profile. The mouth is very large. Posterior dorsal and anal-fin rays are semidetached finlets; anterior parts of the second dorsal and anal fins are elevated, and the caudal fin is strongly forked. Head and body coloration is bluish grey above the lateral line, with a series of five to eight large vertically oblong spots. The body below the lateral line is silvery to brassy yellow Biology Adults usually occur in small groups, inhabiting coastal waters, frequently near coral assemblages and offshore islands. They feed on fishes, cephalopods, small invertebrates, and other pelagic prey. View More
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Environment / Climate / Range  Adults usually occur in small groups, inhabiting coastal waters, frequently near coral assemblages and offshore islands. They feed on fishes, cephalopods, small invertebrates, and other pelagic prey.
Distribution  The species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa to the western Pacific, north to Japan, and south to Australia
Size / Weight / Age It reaches a length of up to 120 cm and about 18 kg in weight.
Short description The body is strongly compressed and elongated, with a dorsal profile that is more convex than the ventral profile. The mouth is very large. Posterior dorsal and anal-fin rays are semidetached finlets; anterior parts of the second dorsal and anal fins are elevated, and the caudal fin is strongly forked. Head and body coloration is bluish grey above the lateral line, with a series of five to eight large vertically oblong spots. The body below the lateral line is silvery to brassy yellow
Biology Adults usually occur in small groups, inhabiting coastal waters, frequently near coral assemblages and offshore islands. They feed on fishes, cephalopods, small invertebrates, and other pelagic prey.
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