First record of Latris lineata (Forster, 1801) in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.

  title={First record of Latris lineata (Forster, 1801) in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.},
  author={J. A. Waessle and A. C. Milessi},
Striped trumpeter, Latris lineata (Forster 1801), is an important deep-water by-catch and recreational fisheries species in New Zealand and Australia (Tracey & Lyle 2005; Beentjes et al. 2010). The species can grow to a relatively large size (1200 mm total length, 25 kg body weight) and live more than 40 years old (Tracey & Lyle 2005; Beentjes et al. 2010). It is regarded as a southern circum-global species widely distributed in the temperate waters of Australia, New Zealand, sub-Antarctic… Expand
New zealand trumpeter re-discovered in patagonian fjords after more than 100 years (perciformes, latridae)
* Pablo Reyes, Fundación Ictiológica, Av. Pedro de Valdivia 2086, Of. 406, Providencia, Santiago, Chile ** Verena Häussermann & Günter Försterra, Facultad de Recursos Naturales, Escuela de CienciasExpand
First report of the hapuku wreckfish Polyprion oxygeneios (Polyprionidae) in Argentinian waters
The hapuku wreckfish Polyprion oxygeneios is recorded for the first time in Argentinian waters, representing a connection between previous records from Brazil and the more austral circumglobal distribution of the species. Expand
Presence of the telescope fish Mendosoma lineatum in Patagonian waters, a new species in the ichthyological fauna from the south-west Atlantic Ocean.
The presence of the telescope fish Mendosoma lineatum in Patagonian waters of Argentina is reported and its presence is an addition to both the ichthyological fauna of the Argentinean Sea and the south-west Atlantic Ocean. Expand


A new species of trumpeter (Teleostei; Percomorpha; Latridae) from the central South Pacific Ocean, with a taxonomic review of the striped trumpeter Latris lineata
Abstract The silver trumpeter Latris pacifica sp. nov. is described based on 18 specimens collected at 100–300 m depth from the Foundation Seamounts area in the central South Pacific Ocean. It can beExpand
Genetic structuring of Latris lineata at localized and transoceanic scales
Evidence for the first time that there is population structure at a transoceanic scale for striped trumpeter is found, and species-by-species knowledge about population structures of marine species facilitates ecologically useful generalizations concerning their population dynamics and key issues on the broader ecology of the oceans. Expand
Age validation, growth modeling, and mortality estimates for striped trumpeter (Latris lineata) from southeastern Australia: making the most of patchy data
Age estimates for striped trumpeter (Latris lineata) from Tas- manian waters were produced by counting annuli on the transverse section of sagittal otoliths and were validated by comparison of growthExpand
Otoliths of Common Australian Temperate Fish: A Photographic Guide
The authors of this volume have done a great service to archaeology by providing a guide to otoliths of fish species that occur predominately in the temperature waters of southeast Australia. Expand
Fish species of New Zealand : a photographic guide
After five years of working with people in the fishing industry, and as a researcher within commercial institutes representing the fishing industry, Jorge Hirt-Chabbert has recognised the need for aExpand
Application of elliptical Fourier analysis of otolith form as a tool for stock identification
Geometric morphometrics is a relatively new tool to fisheries research showing promise as a means of enabling researchers to cheaply and quickly categorise fish to individual stocks based onExpand