BASSI - باسى - JAPANESE THREADFIN 1KG

BASSI - باسى - JAPANESE THREADFIN   Environment / Climate / Range Marine; demersal; non-migratory; depth range 18 - 100 m.   Tropical, preferred; 31°N - 30°S, 31°E - 103°E Distribution Indian Ocean: Red Sea, Persian Gulf, east Africa south to Delagoa Bay in Mozambique, Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar, Arabian Sea, Sri Lanka, Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea, and Strait of Malacca. This species has generally been reported under the name Nemipteus delagoae or Nemipterus bleekeri.Size / Weight / AgeMax length : 30.0 cm TL male/unsexed;common length : 25.0 cm TL  Short descriptionPectoral fins moderately long, reaching to or just behind anus. Pelvic fins long, reaching to or just beyond level of origin of anal fin. A line drawn up from posterior edge of suborbital reaching the dorsal profile about 3 to 5 scales before origin of dorsal fin. Scale rows on body below lateral line upward-curved anteriorly. Axillary scale present. Color: Upper body pinkish, silvery below. Snout with 2 indistinct stripesBiologyFound on sand or mud bottoms. Feeds mainly on crustaceans, cephalopods (Loligo), small fishes and polychaetesView More
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Environment / Climate / Range Marine; demersal; non-migratory; depth range 18 - 100 m.   Tropical, preferred; 31°N - 30°S, 31°E - 103°E Distribution Indian Ocean: Red Sea, Persian Gulf, east Africa south to Delagoa Bay in Mozambique, Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar, Arabian Sea, Sri Lanka, Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea, and Strait of Malacca. This species has generally been reported under the name Nemipteus delagoae or Nemipterus bleekeri.Size / Weight / AgeMax length : 30.0 cm TL male/unsexed;common length : 25.0 cm TL  Short descriptionPectoral fins moderately long, reaching to or just behind anus. Pelvic fins long, reaching to or just beyond level of origin of anal fin. A line drawn up from posterior edge of suborbital reaching the dorsal profile about 3 to 5 scales before origin of dorsal fin. Scale rows on body below lateral line upward-curved anteriorly. Axillary scale present. Color: Upper body pinkish, silvery below. Snout with 2 indistinct stripesBiologyFound on sand or mud bottoms. Feeds mainly on crustaceans, cephalopods (Loligo), small fishes and polychaetes

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