CAESIONIDAE

Golani, Daniel & Fricke, Ronald, 2018, Checklist of the Red Sea Fishes with delineation of the Gulf of Suez, Gulf of Aqaba, endemism and Lessepsian migrants, Zootaxa 4509 (1), pp. 1-215: 93-94

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4509.1.1

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scientific name

CAESIONIDAE
status

 

CAESIONIDAE 

Caesio caerulaurea Lacepède 1801 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Botros 1971, as Caesio caerulaureus  ).

Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Carpenter 1987), Israel ( Ben-Tuvia & Steinitz 1952, as Caesio caerulaureus  ); Jordan (Bouchon et al., as Caesio coerulaureus  ).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1870, as Caesio coerulaureus  ), Sudan ( Debelius 2007), Eritrea ( Borsieri 1904, as Caesio coerulaureus  ), Saudi Arabia (Rüppell 1830, as Caesio azuraureus  ).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Marshall, Tuamotu and  Marquesas islands.

Caesio lunaris Cuvier 1830 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: Israel ( Steinitz & Ben-Tuvia 1955), Jordan ( Khalaf & Disi 1997).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1870), Sudan ( Bamber 1915), Eritrea (Rüppell 1838; Carpenter 1987), Saudi Arabia ( Roux-Estève & Fourmanoir 1955). General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Marshall Islands and Fiji.

Caesio striata Rüppell 1830 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Carpenter 1987), Jordan ( Khalaf 2004).

Red Sea main basin: Eritrea (Rüppell 1830, as Caesio striatus  ), Sudan ( Carpenter 1987), Ethiopia ( Carpenter 1987), Saudi Arabia ( Carpenter 1987).

General distribution: Red Sea, northwestern Indian Ocean   : Gulf of Aden.

* Caesio suevica Klunzinger 1884 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Carpenter 1987), Jordan ( Khalaf & Disi 1997).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1884, as Caesio suevicus  ), Sudan ( Carpenter 1987).

General distribution: Red Sea endemic.

Caesio varilineata Carpenter 1987 

Red Sea: Egypt ( Haroun et al. 2017).

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: Jordan ( Khalaf & Disi 1997).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Debelius 2007), Sudan ( Krupp 1990).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indian Ocean: East Africa east to western  Sumatra and Java.

Caesio xanthonota Bleeker 1853 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Yemen ( Randall 1994c).

General distribution: Southern Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Indonesia.

Dipterygonotus balteatus (Valenciennes, 1830) 

General distribution: Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Philippines and Solomon Islands.

Remark: This species has not been recorded from the Red Sea but was recorded from the Mediterranean ( Bariche & Fricke, 2018). Since its wide Indo-Pacific distribution including the Gulf of Aden, it is evidently occurring in the Red Sea.

Gymnocaesio gymnoptera (Bleeker 1856) 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Debelius 2007), Sudan ( Carpenter 1987), Saudi Arabia ( Carpenter 1987).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Philippines and Fiji.

Pterocaesio chrysozona (Cuvier 1830) 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Carpenter 1987), Jordan ( Khalaf & Disi 1997).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Debelius 2007), Yemen ( Kotthaus 1975).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Philippines and Samoa.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Actinopterygii

Order

Perciformes

Family

Caesionidae

Loc

CAESIONIDAE

Golani, Daniel & Fricke, Ronald 2018
2018
Loc

Caesio varilineata

Carpenter 1987
1987
Loc

Caesio suevica

Klunzinger 1884
1884