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Argyrops spinifer

(Forsskål 1775)
  

Argyrops spinifer was originally described as Sparus spinifer by Forsskål in 1775. It belongs to the family Sparidae. It is commonly known as King soldierbream but has many other common names such as in Australia as Frypan bream , in USA (contiguous states) as Red bokako, in Papua New Guinea as Longspine seabream, in Philippines as Murinay, in South Africa as King soldierbream, in South Africa as Koningsoldaatbras. more common names It is found in Salt water and its distribution is Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa, Madagascar and western Mascarenes east to Indonesia, north to South China Sea, south to northern Australia.
Species   spinifer
AuthorWI   Forsskål [P. S.]
AuthorNI   Forsskål
Qualification   ---
Year   1775
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Spariformes Spariformes
Family   Sparidae
Subfamily  
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Genus   Argyrops
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Spariformes
Family   Sparidae
Genus   Argyrops
Original Name   Sparus        
Taxon Name   spinifer
Original Combination   Sparus spinifer
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Sparus spinifer
OriginalSubGenus   Sparus
Original Author   Forsskål
Original AuthorWI   Forsskål [P. S.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1775
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Red Sea.
Primary Code   ---
Primary Type   No types known
Page   32, xi

SubSpecies AuthorWI   ---
Qualification SS   ---

Original QualificationSS   ---

Current Subspecies AuthorWI   ---


Current Genus Species   Argyrops spinifer
Current Species   spinifer
Current Genus   Argyrops
Current AuthorWI   von Bonde [C.]
Current AuthorNI   von Bonde
Current Year   1775
Current Family   Sparidae
Current Subfamily  
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Habitat demersal        
Water Salt water
Depth Range From 0 to 150 meters.
   
Distribution Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa, Madagascar and western Mascarenes east to Indonesia, north to South China Sea, south to northern Australia.

Current Summary   Valid as Argyrops spinifer  (Forsskål 1775). Sparidae.
 
Name History   • Valid as Argyrops spinifer  (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kyushin et al. 1977:166 [ref. 19756], Kyushin et al. 1982:123 [ref. 19754], Dor 1984:158 [ref. 29757], Smith & Smith 1986:582 [ref. 5710], Allen & Swainston 1988:84 [ref. 25477], Baranes & Golani 1993:308 [ref. 22372], Goren & Dor 1994:43 [ref. 25356], Randall 1995:224 [ref. 22896], Mohsin & Ambak 1996:361 [ref. 27969], Allen 1997:132 [ref. 23977], Carpenter et al. 1997:181 [ref. 23922], Fricke 1999:292 [ref. 24106], Johnson 1999:737 [ref. 25471], Sadovy & Cornish 2000:137 [ref. 25480], Hutchins 2001:35 [ref. 25847], Carpenter 2001:2998 [ref. 26104], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S109 [ref. 27377], Heemstra & Heemstra 2004:214 [ref. 28072], Bray et al. 2006:1228 [ref. 29091], Fricke et al. 2009:65 [ref. 30213], Iwatsuki 2009:166 [ref. 30483], Larson et al. 2013:140 [ref. 32988], Siddiqui at al. 2014:79 [ref. 33479]).

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auriga Argyrops auriga (Valenciennes [A.] 1843)Synonym
bleekeri Argyrops bleekeri Oshima [M.] 1927Valid
ciliaris Argyrops ciliaris (von Bonde [C.] 1923)Synonym
filamentosus Argyrops filamentosus (Valenciennes [A.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1830)Valid
megalommatus Argyrops megalommatus (Klunzinger [C. B.] 1870)Valid
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