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First Record of the Pempheris rhomboidea (Kossmann & Räuber, 1877) from Mersin Bay, Northeastern Mediterranean Sea

Year 2019, Volume 4, Issue 1, 76 - 83, 31.01.2019
https://doi.org/10.28978/nesciences.522664

Abstract

In this study, eight individuals of Pempheris rhomboidea (Kossmann & Räuber, 1877) were for the first time caught in the Mersin Bay, Northeastern Mediterranean Sea. Some morphometric and meristic characters of these individuals were measured. The average standard length (SL): 90.13 mm, total length (TL): 112.62 mm, the length of longest pectoral fin (LPF): 25.88 mm, the length of longest dorsal fin ray (LDF): 21.25 mm, SL/LPF: 3.88, SL/LDF: 4.24, A: III, 39-42; D: VI, 9; LL pore scales: 55-58. The ratio of eye diameter (ED) to standard length (SL) is 7.95. The presence of the non-indigenous Pempheris rhomboidea was reported for the first time from Northeastern Mediterranean Sea and second time fromTurkish marine waters.

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Year 2019, Volume 4, Issue 1, 76 - 83, 31.01.2019
https://doi.org/10.28978/nesciences.522664

Abstract

References

  • Akyol, O., Düzbastılar, F.O. & Ceyhan, T. (2017). First Report of Pempheris rhomboidea (Perciformes: Pempheridae) Beneath Offshore Sea-Cages in the Aegean Sea. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 17, 449-450.
  • Azzurro, E., Goren, M., Diamant, A., Galil, B. & Bernardi, G. (2015). Establishing the identity and assessing the Dynamics of invasion in the Mediterranean Sea by the dusky sweeper, Pempheris rhomboideaKossmann&Räuber, 1877 (Pempheridae, Perciformes). Biol Invasions, 17, 815–826.
  • Bilecenoğlu, M. & Taşkavak, E. (1999). Some observations on the habitat of the Red Sea Immigrant Sweeper, Pempheris vanicolensis, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey Zoology in the Middle East, 17, 67-70.
  • Cuvier, G. (1829). Le Règne Animal, Ed. 2. Chez Deterville, Paris, 406 pp.
  • Dor, M. (1984). Checklist of the fishes of the Red Sea. The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem, 437 pp.
  • Eschmeyer,W.N. (2013). Catalog of fishes electronic version (version 15 December 2013).
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  • Goren, M. (1986). Checklist of the fishes of the Red Sea by Menachem Dor. Copeia 1986:267-268.
  • Goren, M. & Dor, M. (1994). An updated checklist of the fishes of the Red Sea. ClofresII, The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem, 120 pp.
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  • Golani, D. & Bogorodsky,S.V. (2010). The fishes of the Red Sea-reappraisal and updated checklist. Zootaxa, 2463, 1-135.
  • Gücü, A. C., Bingel, F., Avşar, D. & Uysal, N. (1994). Distribution and occurrence of Red
  • Sea fish at the Turkish Mediterranean coast-northern cilician basin. ActaAdriatica, 34 (1/2), 103-113.
  • Iglésias, S. P. & Frotté, L. (2015). Alien marine fishes in Cyprus: update and new records. Aquatic Invasions, 10(4), 425-438.
  • Koeda, K., Yoshino, T. & Tachihara, K. (2013). Identificational keys of Pempheris adusta Bleeker, 1877 (Pempheridae) with comments on its standard Japanese name. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 60 (2), 123–128.
  • Koeda, K., Yoshino, T., Imai, H. & Tachihara, K. (2014). A review of the genus Pempheris (Perciformes, Pempheridae), with description of a new species. Zootaxa, 3793(3), 301–330. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3793.3.1
  • Mooi, R.D. & Randall, J.E. (2014).Pempheris bexillon, a new species of sweeper (Teleostei: Pempheridae) from the Western Indian Ocean. Zootaxa, 3780 (2), 388-398. Randall, J.E., Bogorodsky, S.V., Alpermann, T.J., Satapoomin, U., Mooi, R.D. & Mal, A.O. (2013). Pempheris flavicycla, a new pempherid fish from the Indian Ocean, previously identified as P. vanicolensis Cuvier. Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation, 9, 1-23.
  • Randall, J.E. & Bineesh, K.K. (2014). Review of the fishes of the genus Pempheris (Perciformes: Pempheridae) of India, with description of a new species and a neotype for P. mangula Cuvier. Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation, 10, 21.
  • Randall, J. E., Victor, B.C., Alpermann, T.J., Bogorodsky, S.V., Mal, A.O., Satapoomin, U. & Bineesh, K.K. (2014). Rebuttal to Koeda et al. (2014) on the Red Sea fishes of the perciform genus Pempheri. Zootaxa, 3887(3), 377-392.
  • Randall, J.E. & Victor, B.C. (2015). Descriptions of thirty-four new species of the fish genus Pempheris (Perciformes: Pempheridae), with a key to the species of the western Indian Ocean. J. Ocean Sci. Found. 18, 1-77.
  • Romero, P., 2002. An etymological dictionary of taxonomy. Madrid, unpublished.
  • Russell, P. (1803). Descriptions and Figures of Two Hundred Fishes Collected at Visagapatam on the Coast of Coromandel. G. and W. Nicol, London, 85 pp.
  • Turan, C., Erguden, D., Gürlek, M. (2016). Climate Change and Biodiversity Effects in Turkish Seas. Natural and Engineering Sciences, 1(2), 15-24.
  • Turan, C., Gürlek, M., Başusta, N., Uyan, A., Doğdu, S., Karan, S. (2018). A Checklist of the Non-indigenous Fishes in Turkish Marine Waters. Natural and Engineering Sciences, 3(3), 333-358.

Details

Primary Language English
Subjects Marine and Freshwater Biology
Journal Section 4
Authors

Nuray ÇİFTÇİ


Mısra BAKAN


Deniz AYAS

Publication Date January 31, 2019
Application Date September 28, 2018
Acceptance Date January 30, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 4, Issue 1

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APA Çiftçi, N. , Bakan, M. & Ayas, D. (2019). First Record of the Pempheris rhomboidea (Kossmann & Räuber, 1877) from Mersin Bay, Northeastern Mediterranean Sea . Natural and Engineering Sciences , 4 (1) , 76-83 . DOI: 10.28978/nesciences.522664

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