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Two Red Sea fishes, Pelates quadrilineatus (Bloch) and Crenidens crenidens (Forsskal) in the eastern Mediterranean
Lourie, A.; Ben-Tuvia, A. (1970). Two Red Sea fishes, Pelates quadrilineatus (Bloch) and Crenidens crenidens (Forsskal) in the eastern Mediterranean. Isr. J. Zool. 19(4): 203-207
In: Israel Journal of Zoology. Laser Pages Publishing: Jerusalem. ISSN 0021-2210, more
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Keywords
    Crenidens crenidens (Forsskål, 1775) [WoRMS]; Pelates quadrilineatus (Bloch, 1790) [WoRMS]; Marine

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  • Lourie, A.
  • Ben-Tuvia, A.

Abstract
    Two Red Sea fishes were recorded for the 1st time in the eastern Mediterranean. Pelates quadrilineatus (Bloch), family Theraponidae, was collected in Haifa Bay. Crenidens crenidens (Forsskal), family Sparidae, was found in the Bardawil Lagoon on the northern coast of Sinai. Descriptions of Mediterranean specimens of both spp are given.

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