NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER 1KG NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER 1KG

NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER Environment/Climate/Range This is by far the most common snapper in the Arabian Gulf. Adults occur in schools of varying size in coral areas. They feed mainly on fish, shrimps, and other crustaceans. Juveniles are sometimes found in mangrove areas. Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Samoa, north to Japan, and south to Australia. Size / Weight / Age  It commonly attains 25 cm in total length, with a maximum length of 35 cm Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The mouth is large and terminal. The posterior margin of the dorsal and anal fins is rounded to somewhat angular. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body are greenish to grey dorsally, silvery white on the flanks and ventrally, with about six narrow yellow stripes and a large oval black spot on the anterior part of the lateral line. The fins are yellowish. Biology It has not yet been assessed globally by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In a recent regional assessment for the Arabian Gulf it was classified as Least Concern (LC). The Blackspot Snapper is mainly caught by handlines, traps and gillnets. It is very common in markets. Special Note: Payable amount on delivery will be based on actual Weight (applicable for the Whole or cleaned fish)View More
NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER Environment/Climate/Range This is by far the most common snapper in the Arabian Gulf. Adults occur in schools of varying size in coral areas. They feed mainly on fish, shrimps, and other crustaceans. Juveniles are sometimes found in mangrove areas. Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Samoa, north to Japan, and south to Australia. Size / Weight / Age  It commonly attains 25 cm in total length, with a maximum length of 35 cm Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The mouth is large and terminal. The posterior margin of the dorsal and anal fins is rounded to somewhat angular. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body are greenish to grey dorsally, silvery white on the flanks and ventrally, with about six narrow yellow stripes and a large oval black spot on the anterior part of the lateral line. The fins are yellowish. Biology It has not yet been assessed globally by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In a recent regional assessment for the Arabian Gulf it was classified as Least Concern (LC). The Blackspot Snapper is mainly caught by handlines, traps and gillnets. It is very common in markets. Special Note: Payable amount on delivery will be based on actual Weight (applicable for the Whole or cleaned fish)View More
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NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER

Environment/Climate/Range

This is by far the most common snapper in the Arabian Gulf. Adults occur in schools of varying size in coral areas. They feed mainly on fish, shrimps, and other crustaceans. Juveniles are sometimes found in mangrove areas.
Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Samoa, north to Japan, and south to Australia.
Size / Weight / Age  It commonly attains 25 cm in total length, with a maximum length of 35 cm
Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The mouth is large and terminal. The posterior margin of the dorsal and anal fins is rounded to somewhat angular. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body are greenish to grey dorsally, silvery white on the flanks and ventrally, with about six narrow yellow stripes and a large oval black spot on the anterior part of the lateral line. The fins are yellowish.
Biology It has not yet been assessed globally by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In a recent regional assessment for the Arabian Gulf it was classified as Least Concern (LC). The Blackspot Snapper is mainly caught by handlines, traps and gillnets. It is very common in markets.


Special Note: Payable amount on delivery will be based on actual Weight (applicable for the Whole or cleaned fish)

NAISER - نيسر - BLACKSPOT SNAPPER

Environment/Climate/Range

This is by far the most common snapper in the Arabian Gulf. Adults occur in schools of varying size in coral areas. They feed mainly on fish, shrimps, and other crustaceans. Juveniles are sometimes found in mangrove areas.
Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Samoa, north to Japan, and south to Australia.
Size / Weight / Age  It commonly attains 25 cm in total length, with a maximum length of 35 cm
Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The mouth is large and terminal. The posterior margin of the dorsal and anal fins is rounded to somewhat angular. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body are greenish to grey dorsally, silvery white on the flanks and ventrally, with about six narrow yellow stripes and a large oval black spot on the anterior part of the lateral line. The fins are yellowish.
Biology It has not yet been assessed globally by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. In a recent regional assessment for the Arabian Gulf it was classified as Least Concern (LC). The Blackspot Snapper is mainly caught by handlines, traps and gillnets. It is very common in markets.


Special Note: Payable amount on delivery will be based on actual Weight (applicable for the Whole or cleaned fish)

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