CROMILEPTES ALTIVELIS PDF

Records from Hawaii are probably based on released aquarium fishes Ref. This species is easily distinguished by its extreme smallness of size of the anterior part of the head as compared to the elevated postorbital part; absence of canine teeth, except for a very small pair at the front of the upper jaw; D X, ; A III, 10 rarely 9 ; a slit-like posterior nostril; color greenish white to light greenish brown with scattered round black spots on head, body, and fins, with body spots generally larger than those on head and fins; about 9 large roundish dusky blotches may be present on body, with some extending partly into base of dorsal and anal fins Ref. Also found around coral reefs and in tide pools. Growth is very slow. Feed on small fishes and crustaceans Ref. Artificial spawning was accomplished in the work of Tang et al.

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Top of page Morphology Body compressed, the depth less than head length, and contained 2. Head length contained 2. Gill rakers short, 8 to 11 on upper limb, 13 to 17 on lower limb. Dorsal fin with X [10] spines and 17 to 19 rays, the fin origin over opercle, the fin membranes not incised between the spines, the posterior spines longest and the soft-rays even longer. Anal fin with III [3] spines and 9 or 10 rays; pectoral fins rounded, with 17 or 18 rays; the middle rays longest; pelvic fins with I [1] spine and 5 rays Ou et al.

Caudal fin rounded, with 8 branched rays and 8 procurrent rays in upper part and 7 branched rays and 8 procurrent rays in lower part. Scales on body smooth the ctenii greatly reduced ; lateral line scales 54 to 62; lateral scale series to Pyloric caeca Ou et al. Coloration Pale greenish brown, with widely-spaced, round, black spots on head, body, and fins; some spots on body and base of median fins overlain by a large dusky blotch. Black spots on juveniles are fewer than on adults and may be as large or larger than eye.

Records from the Hawaiian Islands are probably based on released aquarium fishes Randall and Heemstra, Records of C. In it was reported in western Atlantic waters, although it is not thought to have established a breeding population there Johnston and Purkis, Abundance of C. The species is naturally rare Sadovy et al. Fish are often encountered singly or in pairs and sometimes with individuals recorded in some sites; it is unknown whether these small groups are reproductive units Sadovy et al.

There is limited cultivation of C. Although hatchery production of C. Taiwan and mainland China attempted to produce and culture C. In Hong Kong, mariculture of C. Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

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Top of page Morphology Body compressed, the depth less than head length, and contained 2. Head length contained 2. Gill rakers short, 8 to 11 on upper limb, 13 to 17 on lower limb. Dorsal fin with X [10] spines and 17 to 19 rays, the fin origin over opercle, the fin membranes not incised between the spines, the posterior spines longest and the soft-rays even longer. Anal fin with III [3] spines and 9 or 10 rays; pectoral fins rounded, with 17 or 18 rays; the middle rays longest; pelvic fins with I [1] spine and 5 rays Ou et al.

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Systematics[ edit ] Recent molecular analyses based on five genes show that Cromileptes altivelis is included in the same clade as species of Epinephelus. Consequently, the species should be included in Epinephelus as Epinephelus altivelis. Its body is compressed laterally and is relatively high. This stocky and strange visual effect is accented by its concave profile and its elongated snout which gives it a humpbacked appearance.

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