Diplodus cervinus (Lowe 1838)

Bariche, Michel & Fricke, Ronald, 2020, The marine ichthyofauna of Lebanon: an annotated checklist, history, biogeography, and conservation status, Zootaxa 4775 (1), pp. 1-157: 91-92

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4775.1.1

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scientific name

Diplodus cervinus (Lowe 1838)
status

 

Diplodus cervinus (Lowe 1838)   —Zebra seabream

Taxonomy. First record from Lebanon as Diplodus trifasciatus (Rafinesque 1810)   by George et al. (1964: 18); subsequently recorded as Diplodus cervinus (Lowwe)   by Mouneimné (1977: 63); as Diplodus cervinus (Lowe 1841)   by Mouneimné (2002: 170); recently recorded as Diplodus cervinus   by Harmelin-Vivien et al. (2005: 629). Material in collection: AUBM and USNM.

Distribution. Mediterranean Sea, eastern Atlantic: Bay of Biscay south to South Africa, including Madeira, Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands.

Conservation. IUCN: Global ( LC: 28 January 2009); Med. (DD: 13 November 2007). Capture and threats: FIT, unknown. Occurrence: Common. Medium priority for conservation action   .