SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH 1KG SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH 1KG

SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH Environment / Climate / Range  The Pearly Goatfish is a shallow-water species, occurring in protected waters of bays and lagoons, on sandy substrates, in seagrass beds, and near coral areas. They feed on benthic invertebrates, particularly worms and crustaceans using their barbels, which possess chemosensory organs, in search of prey. Distribution  Currently, this species is only known from the Arabian Gulf. Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 23 cm, with a maximum length of 30 cm. Short description The body is moderately elongate and somewhat compressed, with a long snout, a relatively small and slightly ventral mouth, and a pair of long barbels on the chin. Goatfishes have two widely spaced dorsal fins. Head and body coloration is brownish to greenish grey dorsally, densely flecked with reddish brown, shading to white ventrally with numerous small reddish brown spots. A dark reddish brown to black mid-lateral body stripe extends from the tip of the snout to the caudal-fin base. All fins have dark reddish brown or black stripes, bars or blotches, and barbels are yellow or pale brown Biology In the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Pearly Goatfish is classified as Least Concern (LC). It is caught by seines and marketed fresh. View More
SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH Environment / Climate / Range  The Pearly Goatfish is a shallow-water species, occurring in protected waters of bays and lagoons, on sandy substrates, in seagrass beds, and near coral areas. They feed on benthic invertebrates, particularly worms and crustaceans using their barbels, which possess chemosensory organs, in search of prey. Distribution  Currently, this species is only known from the Arabian Gulf. Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 23 cm, with a maximum length of 30 cm. Short description The body is moderately elongate and somewhat compressed, with a long snout, a relatively small and slightly ventral mouth, and a pair of long barbels on the chin. Goatfishes have two widely spaced dorsal fins. Head and body coloration is brownish to greenish grey dorsally, densely flecked with reddish brown, shading to white ventrally with numerous small reddish brown spots. A dark reddish brown to black mid-lateral body stripe extends from the tip of the snout to the caudal-fin base. All fins have dark reddish brown or black stripes, bars or blotches, and barbels are yellow or pale brown Biology In the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Pearly Goatfish is classified as Least Concern (LC). It is caught by seines and marketed fresh. View More
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SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH

Environment / Climate / Range  The Pearly Goatfish is a shallow-water species, occurring in protected waters of bays and lagoons, on sandy substrates, in seagrass beds, and near coral areas. They feed on benthic invertebrates, particularly worms and crustaceans using their barbels, which possess chemosensory organs, in search of prey.
Distribution  Currently, this species is only known from the Arabian Gulf.
Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 23 cm, with a maximum length of 30 cm.
Short description The body is moderately elongate and somewhat compressed, with a long snout, a relatively small and slightly ventral mouth, and a pair of long barbels on the chin. Goatfishes have two widely spaced dorsal fins. Head and body coloration is brownish to greenish grey dorsally, densely flecked with reddish brown, shading to white ventrally with numerous small reddish brown spots. A dark reddish brown to black mid-lateral body stripe extends from the tip of the snout to the caudal-fin base. All fins have dark reddish brown or black stripes, bars or blotches, and barbels are yellow or pale brown
Biology In the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Pearly Goatfish is classified as Least Concern (LC). It is caught by seines and marketed fresh.

SULTAN IBRAHIM - سلطان ابراهيم - PEARLY GOATFISH

Environment / Climate / Range  The Pearly Goatfish is a shallow-water species, occurring in protected waters of bays and lagoons, on sandy substrates, in seagrass beds, and near coral areas. They feed on benthic invertebrates, particularly worms and crustaceans using their barbels, which possess chemosensory organs, in search of prey.
Distribution  Currently, this species is only known from the Arabian Gulf.
Size / Weight / Age It commonly attains 23 cm, with a maximum length of 30 cm.
Short description The body is moderately elongate and somewhat compressed, with a long snout, a relatively small and slightly ventral mouth, and a pair of long barbels on the chin. Goatfishes have two widely spaced dorsal fins. Head and body coloration is brownish to greenish grey dorsally, densely flecked with reddish brown, shading to white ventrally with numerous small reddish brown spots. A dark reddish brown to black mid-lateral body stripe extends from the tip of the snout to the caudal-fin base. All fins have dark reddish brown or black stripes, bars or blotches, and barbels are yellow or pale brown
Biology In the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Pearly Goatfish is classified as Least Concern (LC). It is caught by seines and marketed fresh.
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