CLUPEIDAE

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: 30-31

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CLUPEIDAE 

Amblygaster sirm (Walbaum 1792) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Bertin 1943, as Sardinella sirm  ).

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1871, as Clupea liogaster  ), Eritrea (Rüppell 1837, as Clupea sirm  ), Saudi Arabia ( Bogorodsky et al. 2014b).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to northern Gilbert Islands ( Kiribati), Samoa and Tonga.

Herklotsichthys punctatus (Rüppell 1837) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Tillier 1902, as Harengula punctata  ).

Gulf of Aqaba: Israel ( Whitehead 1965), Jordan ( Khalaf & Disi 1997).

Red Sea main basin: Sudan ( Whitehead 1965), Eritrea (Valenciennes in Cuvier & Valenciennes 1847a, as Harengula punctata  ), Saudi Arabia ( Whitehead 1965).

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

Remark: Lessepsian migrant in eastern Mediterranean (see Ben-Tuvia 1977).

Herklotsichthys quadrimaculatus (Rüppell 1837) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Tillier 1902, as Clupea quadrimaculata  ).

Gulf of Aqaba: Israel (Golani et al. 2008), Jordan ( Khalaf 2004).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1871, as Clupea venenosa  ), Sudan ( Bamber 1915, as Clupea moluccensis  ), Eritrea (Rüppell 1837, as Clupea quadrimaculata  ), Saudi Arabia ( Gladstone 2002).

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

Sardinella albella (Valenciennes 1847) 

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

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Saudi Arabia (Rüppell 1837, as Clupea kowal  ; Bogorodsky et al. 2014b), Eritrea ( Giglioli 1889, as Clupea kowal  ; Whitehead 1965, as Sardinella fimbriata  ; Stern et al. 2016).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to New Guinea.

Sardinella gibbosa (Bleeker 1849) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Chabanaud 1933, as Harengula dollfusi  ; Stern et al. 2014b).

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Eritrea ( Stern et al. 2014b).

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

Remark: Lessepsian migrant into eastern Mediterranean (see Stern et al. 2014b).

Sardinella longiceps Valenciennes 1847 

Gulf of Suez: ¯

Gulf of Aqaba: ¯

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Bogorodsky et al. 2011a).

General distribution: Red Sea, western Indian Ocean: Somalia and Gulf of Aden east to India.

Spratelloides delicatulus (Bennett 1832) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Budker & Fourmanoir 1954). Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Whitehead 1965), Israel ( Fowler & Steinitz 1956), Jordan ( Froukh 2001, Khalaf 2004).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Marshall 1952), Sudan ( Botros 1971), Eritrea ( Whitehead 1965), Saudi Arabia ( Roux-Estève & Fourmanoir 1955, as Stolephorus delicatulus  ).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to Hawaiian Islands and Tuamotu Archipelago  .

Remark: Lessepsian migrant into eastern Mediterranean (see Golani 1998).

Spratelloides gracilis (Temminck & Schlegel 1846) 

Gulf of Suez: Egypt ( Chabanaud 1932).

Gulf of Aqaba: Egypt ( Whitehead 1965), Israel ( Whitehead 1965), Jordan ( Khalaf 2004).

Red Sea main basin: Egypt ( Klunzinger 1871), Eritrea ( Borsieri 1904), Saudi Arabia ( Isari et al. 2017, as Sprateloides gracilis  ).

General distribution: Red Sea, Indo-West Pacific: East Africa east to southern Japan and Tuamotu Archipelago.