International Union for Conservation of Nature. Lutjanus synagris. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN Geographic range in detail. Threats. Lutjanus synagris. These almond-shaped reef fish usually find a favorite location and don’t stray far from it their entire lives. They’re pink-red on. Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. (). FishBase. Lutjanus synagris (Linnaeus, ). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species.
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An annotated and illustrated catalogue of lutjanid species known to date. Both color phases have pink to red upper sides and backs with a green tinge.
Adult lane snappers live in a variety of habitats, but are most commonly observed over reefs and vegetated sandy bottoms in shallow inshore waters. The lower sides and belly silvery with a yellow tinge. Lane snapper Conservation status. It has a double dorsal fin, with a rounded anal fin and relatively short pectoral fins.
The head has 3 or 4 yellow stripes running from the snout to synxgris eye, the lower jaw projects slightly. Environmental Protection Agency Food Habits Because the lane snapper lives in a wide range of habitats, sunagris are opportunistic predators, feeding on a variety of prey. Lane snapper also provide an important fishery off the coast of southern Cuba during the late spring and early summer months.
WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Lutjanus synagris (Linnaeus, )
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Habitat Adult lane snappers live in a variety of habitats, but are most commonly observed over reefs and vegetated sandy bottoms in shallow inshore waters. Adults are found over all types of bottom, but mainly around coral reefs and on vegetated sandy areas. Predators Predators of the lane snapper include sharks and other large predatory fishes, including other species of snappers. Marsh, Prionodes sanctiandrewsi Fowler, Short description Morphology Morphometrics Dorsal spines total: Ciguatera poisoning has been reported from eating this snapper.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There are eight to ten yellow to pink horizontal stripes on their sides, and three or four stripes below their anterior dorsal ray.
Sounds Ciguatera Speed Swim. They also have a dorsolateral spot.
Fish eat these dinoflagellates, and the snapper then feeds on those fish. They are easily caught on a variety of live and frozen baits, such as shrimp, squid, cut bait, and minnows; artificial lures and baits have also been known to be effective. Schneider, Lutjanus aubrietii Desmarest, Mesoprion uninotatus G. Ciguatera poisoning is caused by dinoflagellates microalgae on dead corals or other algae. Food Habits Because the lane snapper lives in a wide range of habitats, they are opportunistic predators, feeding on a variety of prey.
Distinctive Features The lane snapper has a fairly deep body with a pointed snout. This species has also been reported in offshore waters to depths of feet meters. Lane snapper are generally caught on hook and line, and are considered to be more aggressive and easier to catch than other snappers, as they tend to be less wary of hooks and lines.
Lane snappers during the night on a variety of prey including shrimp. Lutjanus ambiguus Poey,an intergeneric hybrid with Ocyurus chrysurus Bloch as demonstrated by Loftus This lutjanys was last edited on 23 Juneat Rebecca Murray and Cathleen Bester.
The caudal fin is emarginate to slightly forked.
Juveniles are pale upon settlement, with red-tinged dorsal fins and yellow-tinged pelvic fins and pale bands on the body. Lane snappers also occur in seagrass beds associated with shrimping areas. Pectoral fins short, synwgris reaching level of anus.
Sign our Guest Book. It is most abundant in the Antilles, off Panama, and the northern coast of South America. The lower sides and belly are silver with a yellow tinge.