Bumpnose Trevally, Carangoides hedlandensis (Whitley 1934)


Other Names: Bump-nosed Trevally, Epaulet Trevally, Long-finned Trevally, Port Hedland Trevally

A Bumpnose Trevally, Carangoides hedlandensis, at Direction island, north of Onslow, Western Australia, June 2018. Source: Glen Whisson / iNaturalist.org. License: CC By Attribution-NonCommercial

Summary:
A deep-bodied greenish-blue trevally with a silvery belly, a blackish blotch on the upper gill cover and a yellowish tail. Adult males have 3-8 filamentous rays in the middle of the dorsal and anal fins.

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Bray, D.J. 2018, Carangoides hedlandensis in Fishes of Australia, accessed 07 Jul 2020, http://136.154.202.208/home/species/4263

Bumpnose Trevally, Carangoides hedlandensis (Whitley 1934)

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Distribution

Recorded in Australia from Shark Bay, Western Australia, to Hervey Bay, Queensland. Found elsewhere in the tropical, Indo-west Pacific (east to Samoa).

Features

Dorsal fin IX, 20-22; Anal fin III, 16-18, Lateral line with 17-29 scutes.
Adult males with the middle dorsal and anal rays filamentous.

Fisheries

Taken by hook-and-line, and in bottom trawls.

Etymology

The species is named for the type locality: Port Hedland, Western Australia.

Species Citation

Olistus hedlandensis Whitley 1934, Rec. Aust. Mus. 19(2): 156, fig. 2. Type locality:  Port Hedland, WA.

Author

Bray, D.J. 2018

Resources

Australian Faunal Directory

Bumpnose Trevally, Carangoides hedlandensis (Whitley 1934)

References


Allen, G.R. 1997. Marine Fishes of Tropical Australia and South-east Asia. Perth : Western Australian Museum 292 pp. 106 pls.

Blaber, S.J.M., Young, J.W. & Dunning, M.C.. 1985. Community structure and zoogeographic affinities of the coastal fishes of the Dampier region of north-western Australia. Aust. J. Mar. Freshwat. Res. 36: 247-266.

Grant, E.M. 2002. Guide to Fishes. Redcliffe : EM Grant Pty Ltd 880 pp.

Gunn, J.S. 1990. A revision of selected genera of the family Carangidae (Pisces) from Australian waters. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 12: 1-77 PDF

Lin, P-L. & Shao, K-T. 1999. A Review of the Carangid Fishes (Family Carangidae) From Taiwan with Descriptions of Four New Records. Zoological Studies 38(1): 33–68.

Ramm, D.C., Pender, P.J., Willing, R.S. & Buckworth, R.C. 1990. Large-scale spatial patterns of abundance within the assemblage of fish caught by prawn trawlers in Northern Australian waters. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 41(1): 79-95.

Randall, J.E., Allen, G.R. & Steene, R. 1990. Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Bathurst : Crawford House Press 507 pp. figs.

Randall, J.E., Allen, G.R. & Steene, R. 1997. Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Bathurst : Crawford House Press 557 pp. figs.

Sainsbury, K.J., Kailola, P.J. & Leyland, G.G. 1985. Continental Shelf Fishes of Northern and North-Western Australia. Canberra : Fisheries Information Service 375 pp. figs & pls.

Smith-Vaniz, W.F. 1999. Family Carangidae. pp. 2659-2756 in Carpenter, K.E. & Niem, T.H. (eds). The Living Marine Resources of the Western Central Pacific. FAO Species Identification Guide for Fisheries Purposes. Rome : FAO Vol. 4 2069-2790 pp.

Smith-Vaniz, W.F. & Williams, I. 2016. Carangoides hedlandensis (errata version published in 2017). The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2016: e.T20429787A115374477. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2016-3.RLTS.T20429787A65927733.en. Downloaded on 17 January 2018.

Whitley, G.P. 1934. Studies in Ichthyology No. 8. Records of the Australian Museum 19(2): 153-163 figs 1-3

Williams, F., Heemstra, P.C. & Shameen, A. 1980. Notes on the Indo-Pacific carangid fishes of the genus Carangoides Bleeker. II. The Carangoides armatus group. Bulletin of Marine Science 30(1): 13-20 figs 1-3

Quick Facts


CAAB Code:37337042

Conservation:IUCN Least Concern

Depth:0-40 m

Fishing:Commercial, recreational fish

Max Size:32 cm TL

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