한국 제주도에서 채집된 쥐치과(Monacanthidae) 어류 1미기록종, Cantherhines multilineatus (Tanaka, 1918)
작성일 : 2018-05-08
작성자 : 김진구
A single specimen (174.5 mm in standard length) of Cantherhines multilineatus, belonging to the family Monacanthidae in the order Tetraodontiformes, was first collected from northern Jeju Island, Korea, in August 2016, using a gill net. This species is distinguished from the congeneric species C. dumerilii by the lack of spines on the sides of its caudal peduncle (vs. two pairs of spines in C. dumerilii) and from C. pardalis in having 9-10 narrow dark longitudinal bands on the cheek and side (vs. dark brown with a network of close-set polygonal spots in C. pardalis). The species also very similar to Stephanolepis cirrhifer, but its first dorsal fin spine is more elongated than the rays of its second dorsal fin rays. We have adopted the Korean common name “Jul-mu-nui-jwi-chi” for C. multilineatus, in accordance with the proposal of Yamada et al. (2009).
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