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Cat-eLog Ariidae Bagreinae Bagre marinus panamensis pinnimaculatus urumacoensis. Has this page been useful? Please donate to our monthly hosting costs and keep us free for everyone to enjoy! Explore our YouTube channel , Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

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Explore our YouTube channel , Facebook page or follow us on Twitter. All Rights Reserved. Cite this website. By accessing this site you agree to our Terms and Conditions of Use. Our Privacy Policy. Quick links. Now used in Spanish vernacular to mean catfish. Species Information Size mm or Find near , nearer or same sized spp. Identification Overall gray with a blue sheen. Barbels on upper jaw noticeably flat. Long filaments on pectoral and dorsal fins reaching nearly to or beyond the anal fin.

Caudal fin deeply forked with slightly longer upper lobe. Anal fin with concave margin. General Remarks Where plentiful, they are caught on longlines, bottom trawls, shore seines, cast nets, and hook and line. Not considered a food fish in North America, but eaten throughout the Caribbean and Northern South America where its flesh is considered tasty.

Atlantic , West Atlantic click on these areas to find other species found there Atlantic , Gulf of Mexico click on these areas to find other species found there Atlantic , Caribbean Sea click on these areas to find other species found there Log in to view data on a map.

Last assessed Husbandry Information Feeding An opportunistic feeder in the wild that would be expected to consume a wide range of aquarium fare. Furniture A marine aquarium containing a sand substrate and live rock to provide hiding places.

Compatibility Other cold to cool water marine fishes that are too large for this fish to eat. Breeding Unreported. It is known that spawning in the wild occurs from May to June and that the male holds the large fertilized eggs in its mouth for up to two months until they hatch. The male does not eat during the incubation period.

Breeding Reports There is no breeding report. Registered Keepers Keeping this species? Why not. There is no registered keeper. Wishlists Love this species? Click the heart to add it to your wish list. There is but a single wish to keep this species, see who wants what. Spotters Spotted this species somewhere? Click the binoculars! There are 2 records of this fish being seen, view them all. Hits hits. Last Update Sep 14 species record created: Nov 11 Scientific Name.

Common Names. Type Locality. Synonym s. Aelurichthys longispinis , Felichthys marinus , Galeichthys bahiensis , Galeichthys blochii , Galeichthys parrae , Silurus marinus. Bagre: From the Mozarabic bagre, taken from Greek, pagros, meaning fish of the genus Dentex. Overall gray with a blue sheen. General Remarks. Where plentiful, they are caught on longlines, bottom trawls, shore seines, cast nets, and hook and line. Other Parameters. An opportunistic feeder in the wild that would be expected to consume a wide range of aquarium fare.

A marine aquarium containing a sand substrate and live rock to provide hiding places. Other cold to cool water marine fishes that are too large for this fish to eat.

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Advanced Search. Both marine catfishes Ariidae and freshwater catfishes Ictaluridae are notable for their unscaled skin, forked caudal fins, adipose fins set anterior to the caudal peduncle, and the presence of large, serrated spines positioned anterior to the dorsal fin and the pectoral fins. Marine catfishes are separated from Ictalurids based on the absence of barbels on the nostrils, and by their body color, which is typically steel blue dorsally, fading to silver laterally, and white ventrally. Bagre marinus, the gafftopsail catfish, is an elongate marine catfish that reaches

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Head large, depressed. Mouth wide, bearded by long tentacula. Body lengthened, naked. First of the pectoral fins, or of the first dorsal fin, toothed backward. A splendid fish, twenty inches long; four inches deep; and three and a half wide. Taken June 30th, Two whiskers, between five and six inches long, projecting from the upper lip, near the corners of the mouth.

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Bagre marinus

The gafftopsail catfish Bagre marinus is found in the waters of the western central Atlantic Ocean , as well as the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. It has long venomous spines which can cause painful wounds. It feeds on crustaceans and other fish. The male of the species fertilizes the eggs of the female, and broods them in his mouth until they hatch.

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