SULI (SHERII BLACK)- سولى - SMALLTOOTH EMPEROR 1KG

SULI (SHERII BLACK)- سولى - SMALLTOOTH EMPEROR Environment/Climate/Range The Smalltooth Emperor inhabits sandy areas near coral assemblages, from shallow water down to depths of 80 m. It feeds on fish, crustaceans, cephalopods, and polychaetes Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-West Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Micronesia, north to Japan, and south to Papua New Guinea Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 30 – 50 cm, with a maximum length of 70 cm Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The snout is elongate and the mouth large and terminal. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body coloration is greenish grey, shading to whitish ventrally; edges of scales are darker than their centers. Pectoral fins are reddish. There are three oblique blackish streaks radiating from the eye towards the mouth 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 Smalltooth Emperor is mainly caught by handlines and traps. It is an excellent food fish View More
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SULI (SHERII BLACK)- سولى - SMALLTOOTH EMPEROR

Environment/Climate/Range The Smalltooth Emperor inhabits sandy areas near coral assemblages, from shallow water down to depths of 80 m. It feeds on fish, crustaceans, cephalopods, and polychaetes
Distribution  This species is widespread in the tropical Indo-West Pacific, from the Red Sea and the east coast of Africa, east to Micronesia, north to Japan, and south to Papua New Guinea
Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 30 – 50 cm, with a maximum length of 70 cm
Short description The body is oblong and moderately compressed. The snout is elongate and the mouth large and terminal. The caudal fin is emarginated. Head and body coloration is greenish grey, shading to whitish ventrally; edges of scales are darker than their centers. Pectoral fins are reddish. There are three oblique blackish streaks radiating from the eye towards the mouth
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 Smalltooth Emperor is mainly caught by handlines and traps. It is an excellent food fish
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