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Two-lined Monocled Bream (Scolopsis bilineatus) over Mushroom Corals (Fungia sp.), Tanjung Kubur, Lembeh Strait, Sulawesi, INDONESIA 2009
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Scolopsis bilineata; Aufnahme Malediven
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Profile lexID: 4514 AphiaID: 209219 Scientific: Scolopsis bilineata German: Schärpen-Scheinschnapper English: Bridled Monacle Bream, Bridled Spine-cheek, Double Lined Coral Bream, Monocle Bream, Two-lined Monocle Bream, Two-lined Monocle Bream, Two Lined Monode Bream, Two-line Monocle-bream, Twoline Spinecheek, Yellow-finned Spine-cheek Category: Nemipteridi Family tree: Animalia (Kingdom) > Chordata (Phylum) > Actinopterygii (Class) > Perciformes (Order) > Nemipteridae (Family) > Scolopsis (Genus) > bilineata (Species) Initial determination: (Bloch, ), 1793 Occurrence: , Chile , Myanmar , Lord Howe Island , Laccadive Sea , India , Vietnam Australia, Christmas Islands, Fiji, Filippine, Giappone, Guam, Indonesia, Indopacifico, Isole Marshall, Isole Salomon, Maldive, Malesia, Mar delle Andamane, Micronesia, Nuova Caledonia, Oceano Indiano, Pacifico occidentale, Palau, Papua Nuova Guinea, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tailandia, Taiwan, Timor Est, Tonga, Vanuatu Sea depth: 1 - 25 Meter Size: 13 cm - 23 cm Temperature: 22°C - 28°C Food: Cibo vivo, Cyclops, Gamberetti interi, invertebrati, Mysis, Piccoli pesci, Polpa di gambero Tank: ~ 3000 Liter Difficulty: Mediamente facile Offspring: Not available as offspring Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown CITES: Not evaluated Red List: Least concern (LC) Related species at: Catalog of Life More related species: in this lexicon
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Indo-West Pacific: Maldives and the Laccadive Islands to Fiji, north to southern Japan, south to Lord Howe Island. Recently reported from Tonga.
Common on coral reefs. Adults occur on most reef habitats, usually in pairs, and juveniles inshore or in lagoons or rubble zones.
Occurs singly or in small aggregations.
Feeds on small fishes and benthic invertebrates.
A protogynous hermaphrodite.
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