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Sillago aeolus

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Sillago aeolus was originally described as Sillago aeolus by Jordan & Evermann in 1902. It belongs to the family Sillaginidae. It is commonly known as Oriental sillago but has many other common names such as Oriental trumpeter whiting in Australia, Hoshi-gisu in Japan, Asuhos in Philippines, Blotchy sillago in South Africa, Sondo in Tanzania, United Rep. of, Mtambaanchi in Tanzania, United Rep. of. more common names It is found in Salt water.
Species   aeolus
AuthorWI   Jordan [D. S.] & Evermann [B. W.]
AuthorNI   Jordan & Evermann
Qualification   ---
Year   1902
Status   Valid
Class  
Osteichthyes Osteichthyes
Order  
Spariformes Spariformes
Family   Sillaginidae
Subfamily  
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Genus   Sillago
Subgenus   ---

Class   Osteichthyes
Order   Spariformes
Family   Sillaginidae
Genus   Sillago
Original Name   Sillago        
Taxon Name   aeolus
Original Combination   Sillago aeolus
Original Genus  
Original Genus Species   Sillago aeolus
OriginalSubGenus   Sillago
Original Author   Jordan & Evermann
Original AuthorWI   Jordan [D. S.] & Evermann [B. W.]
Original Qualification   ---
Original Year   1902
Original Family  
Original SubFamily   ---
Original Level   species
Type Locality   Keerun, Taiwan.
Type Catalogue   Type catalog: Böhlke 1953:75 [ref. 12291], Ho & Shao 2011:44 [ref. 31432].
Primary Code   Holotype (unique)
Primary Type   CAS-SU 7135
Journal   Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus.
Citation   v. 25 (no. 1289)
Page   360
Illustrations   Fig. 24

SubSpecies AuthorWI ---
Qualification SS ---


Current Subspecies AuthorWI ---


Current Genus Species Sillago aeolus
Current Species   aeolus
Current Genus Sillago
Current AuthorWI Jordan [D. S.] & Evermann [B. W.]
Current AuthorNI   Jordan & Evermann
Current Year   1902
Current Family Sillaginidae
Current Subfamily
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Habitat Marine.        
Water Salt water
Habitat Notes Occurs in inshore coastal waters, commonly in embayments on silty bottoms (Ref. 9679. Juveniles have been known to burrow in the sand (Ref. 6208). Small local fisheries exist throughout the range of the species, particularly where bottom trawls are employed. The flesh is prone to spoil rapidly and the Oriental sillago is not considered as highly as the inshore sillaginids (Ref. 6205). @S. aeolus@ has not been found in association with @S. burrus@ or @S. maculata@.
Depth Range From 0 to 60 meters.
   

Current Summary   Valid as Sillago aeolus  Jordan & Evermann 1902. Sillaginidae.
 
Name History   •Synonym of Sillago maculata Quoy & Gaimard 1824, but a valid subspecies -- (McKay 1985:27 [ref. 5265]). •Valid as Sillago aeolus Jordan & Evermann 1902 -- (McKay 1992:31 [ref. 20879], McKay 1999:2617 [ref. 24836], Lim in Randall & Lim 2000:614 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2000:871 [ref. 25182], Sakai et al. 2001:96 [ref. 25693], Nakabo 2002:871 [ref. 26193], Allen & Adrim 2003:37 [ref. 26830] dated to 1909, Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S106 [ref. 27377], Adrim et al. 2004:120 [ref. 27715], Heemstra & Heemstra 2004:266 [ref. 28072], Satapoomin 2009:110 [ref. 30463], Gao et al. 2011:260 [ref. 31226], Ho & Shao 2011:44 [ref. 31432], Bae et al. 2013:291 [ref. 36299], Kaga 2013:92 [ref. 32686], Kottelat 2013:331 [ref. 32989], Yoshida et al. 2013:111 [ref. 34464], Xiao et al. 2016:9 [ref. 35074], Motomura et al. 2017:160 [ref. 35490], Satapoomin in Kimura et al. 2018:118 [ref. 36460], Psomadakis et al. 2020:412 [ref. 37272]).

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acuta Sillago acuta Cuvier [G.] 1816Synonym
analis Sillago analis Whitley [G. P.] 1943Valid
arabica Sillago (Parasillago) arabica McKay [R. J.] & McCarthy [L. J.] 1989Synonym
arabica Sillago arabica McKay [R. J.] & McCarthy [L. J.] 1989Valid
argentifasciata Sillago argentifasciata Martin [C.] & Montalban [H. R.] 1935Valid
asiatica Sillago asiatica McKay [R. J.] in Dutt & Sujatha 1982Valid
attenuata Sillago (Parasillago) attenuata McKay [R. J.] 1985Synonym
attenuata Sillago attenuata McKay [R. J.] 1985Valid
auricomis Sillago auricomis Ogilby [J. D.] 1910Synonym
bassensis Sillago bassensis Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1829Valid
bassensis Sillago bassensis flindersi McKay [R. J.] 1985Synonym
bassensis flindersi Sillago (Parasillago) bassensis flindersi McKay [R. J.] 1985Synonym
bostockii Sillago bostockii Castelnau [F. L.] 1873Synonym
boutani Sillago boutani Pellegrin [J.] 1905Valid
burrus Sillago burrus Richardson [J.] 1842Valid
caudicula Sillago (Sillago) caudicula Kaga [T.], Imamura [H.] & Nakaya [K.] 2010Synonym
caudicula Sillago caudicula Kaga [T.], Imamura [H.] & Nakaya [K.] 2010Valid
chondropus Sillaginopodys chondropus Bleeker [P.] 1849Valid
chondropus Sillago chondropus Bleeker [P.] 1849Synonym
ciliata Sillago ciliata Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1829Valid
diadoi Sillago diadoi Thiollière [V. J. de l'I.] in Montrouzier 1857Synonym
domina Sillaginopsis domina Cuvier [G.] 1816Valid
domina Sillago domina Cuvier [G.] 1829Synonym
erythraea Sillago erythraea Cuvier [G.] in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1829Synonym
flindersi Sillago flindersi McKay [R. J.] 1985Valid
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