Plotosus lineatus (Thunberg, 1787) Recherche rapide

Attributs

  • DISTRIBUTION: Lien Faunafri
  • Aquariology : Seegers, 2008 .
  • Chromosomes : Klinkhardt et al., 1995 | Vasil'ev, 1980 .
  • Colour pattern : Gomon, 1984 | Gomon, 1986 | Seegers, 2008 .
  • Common names : Juovakorallimonni (Finnish), Balibot rayé / Mâchoiron / Poisson-chat de mer rayé / Poisson-chat rayé (French), Korallenwels (German), Lafalovo (Malagasy), Maly sumik koralowy / Sumik wegorzowaty (Polish), Patuna raiada (Portuguese), Koonbile (Somali: Somalia), Patuna rayada (Spanish), Ngogo (Swahili), Korallmal (Swedish) | Streep-baberpaling (Afrikaans), Goue / Mhunga hole / Nkonko saigogo / Saligogo (Comorian), Machoiran / Machouaran / Masouran (Creole, French), Stribet koralmalle (Danish), Barbel-eel catfish / Canine catfish eel / Catfish eel / Catfish-eel / Coral catfish / Eel catfish / Eel-tailed catfish / Lined catfish / Striped catfish / Striped catfish eel / Striped catfish-eel / Striped eel catfish (English) .
  • Current distribution known : Red Sea and East Africa to Samoa, north to southern Japan, southern Korea, and the Ogasawara Islands, south to Australia and Lord Howe Island. Palau and Yap in Micronesia. Sometimes enters freshwaters of East Africa (Lake Malawi) and Madagascar .
  • Distribution_references : Gomon, 1984 .
  • Food habits : adults search and stir the sand incessantly for crustaceans, mollusks, worms, and sometimes fish .
  • Growth / growth performance : Kajikawa, 1973 .
  • Habitat : a marine species, sometimes entering freshwaters | coastal benthic. The only catfish found in coral reefs. Also found in estuaries, tide pools and open coasts. Juveniles form dense ball-shaped schools of about 100 fish; adults are solitary or occur in smaller groups of around 20 and are known to hide under ledges during the day .
  • Habitat_references : Seegers, 2008 .
  • Morphology / anatomy : Arai & Katsuyana, 1974 | Bridge & Haddon, 1893 | Chardon, 1968 | Eggert, 1929 | Freidrich-Freska, 1930 | Gomon, 1984 | Gomon, 1986 | Gosline, 1975 | Gérard, 1947 | Hirota, 1895 | Iwai, 1963 | Kurepina & Pawlowsky, 1946 | Lanzing, 1967 | Ogawa, 1959 | Sato, 1937 | Sheldon, 1937 | Starks, 1930 | Tilak, 1963 a, 1963 b | Tilak, 1964 | Tilak, 1969 | Van Lennep, 1968 | Van Lennep & Lanzing, 1967 | Weiler, 1968 .
  • Reproduction : oviparous, with demersal eggs and planktonic larvae. The male in the spawning pair constructs the nest under rocks and other large pieces of debris. After spawning, the female departs while the male guards the eggs .
  • Reproduction_references : Seegers, 2008 .
  • Size : 320 mm TL .
  • Types :
    • Platystacus anguillaris (part.) Bloch, 1794: 61, pl. 373, fig. 1-2. Type locality: "Tranquebar" fide Bloch & Schneider, 1801. Lectotype herein designated ZMHU n° 3078 (ZMHU n° 3079 is Plotosus canius).
    • Plotosus arab Bleeker, 1862 a: 97, pl. 95, fig. 2. Type localities: "Java, Sumatra, Batu, Nias, Bintang, Banka, Celebes, Sangi, Batjan, Buro, Amboina, Ceram". Type specimen unknown.
    • Plotosus brevibarbus Bessednov, 1967: 446, fig. 4. Type locality: "Tonkin Bay". Type specimen unknown.
    • Plotosus castaneoides Bleeker, 1851 d: 470. Type locality: "Riouw". Type specimen unknown.
    • Plotosus castaneus Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1840: 421. Type locality: "Mahé sur la côte malabare". Holotype MNHN n° A.8929.
    • Plotosus flavolineatus Whitley, 1941: 311. Type locality: "Sydney, Australia". Type lost, name based on a painting.
    • Plotosus ikapor Lesson, 1829: 435. Type locality: "baie d"Offach de l"île de Waigiou". Type specimen lost.
    • Plotosus lineatus Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes, 1840: 412. Type localities: "côte de Malabar, Isle de France (Mauritius)". Syntypes MNHN n° A.8932 (11), A.8930 (1) and A.8936 (1).
    • Plotosus marginatus Bennett, 1830 a: 691. Type locality: "Sumatra". Syntypes (2) BMNH n° 1855.12.26: 452.
    • Silurus lineatus Thunberg, 1787: 31. Type locality: "East Indian Seas", given in 1791. Holotype ZMU n° 285.
  • Venom glands : Bhimachar, 1944 | Cameron & Endean, 1972 | Cameron & Endean, 1973 | Halstead & Smith, 1954 | Pawlowsky, 1913 | Pawlowsky, 1914 | Seegers, 2008 | Tange, 1955 .