著者
和田 英敏 伊東 正英 本村 浩之
出版者
一般社団法人 日本魚類学会
雑誌
魚類学雑誌 (ISSN:00215090)
巻号頁・発行日
2019

<p>During an ichthyofaunal survey of southwestern Satsuma Peninsula, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, a single pompano specimen (748.0 mm standard length, 814.0 mm fork length) was collected by set net at a depth of 20 m on 24 November 2018. The specimen was subsequently identified as <i>Trachinotus anak</i> Ogilby, 1909, having the following combination of characters: dorsal-fin rays VI-I, 18; anal-fin rays II-I, 16; snout profile essentially straight immediately above upper lip; upper lip separated from snout by a continuous deep groove; a narrow band of villiform teeth on lower jaw; teeth on tongue absent; supraoccipital bone thin and blade-like; nasal and lacrimal bones hyperossified; first supraneural bone an inverted "L" shape; first to third ribs hyperossified; no distinct pattern (e.g., blotches or bands) on lateral body surface; and anal-fin lobe yellow, the anterior margin lacking brownish coloration. Because of the superficial similarity of <i>T. anak</i> to <i>T. mookalee</i> Cuvier, 1832, differentiation between the species sometimes requiring dissection, previous Japanese records of <i>T. mookalee</i> were re-examined. <i>Trachinotus mookalee</i> was confirmed as occurring in Japanese waters, but is known only from a single specimen from Miyazaki Prefecture, east coast of Kyushu, southern Japan. <i>Trachinotus anak</i> was previously known only from Taiwan, northern and eastern Australia, and New Caledonia, the present specimen from Kagoshima representing the first record from Japan and northernmost record for the species. The new standard Japanese name "Yokozunamarukoban" is herein proposed for the species.</p>
著者
和田 英敏 甲斐 嘉晃 本村 浩之
出版者
日本動物分類学会
雑誌
タクサ:日本動物分類学会誌 (ISSN:13422367)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.48, pp.63-70, 2020-02-29 (Released:2020-03-13)
参考文献数
22

A single specimen (166.0 mm standard length) of Peristedion riversandersoni (Alcock, 1894) (Teleostei: Peristediidae), previously recorded in Japanese waters from off Toyama Prefecture in the Sea of Japan, the Pacific coast from Ibaraki to Miyazaki prefectures, and the East China Sea, was recently collected from off Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan. This specimen representing the northernmost record for P. riversandersoni is described herein. In addition, coloration of fresh and preserved specimens of P. riversandersoni are emphasized as newly recognized diagnostic characters for this species based on a comparative examination of 29 specimens of P. riversandersoni, including the Iwate specimen, with 70 specimens of Peristedion orientale Temminck and Schlegel, 1843.
著者
IWATSUKI Yukio NAGINO Hayato TANAKA Fumiya WADA Hidetoshi TANAHARA Kei WADA Masaaki TANAKA Hiroyuki HIDAKA Koichi KIMURA Seishi 岩槻 幸雄 投野 隼斗 田中 文也 和田 英敏 棚原 奎 和田 正昭 田中 宏幸 日高 浩一 木村 清志
出版者
三重大学大学院生物資源学研究科
雑誌
三重大学大学院生物資源学研究科紀要 = THE BULLETIN OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIORESOURCES MIE UNIVERSITY
巻号頁・発行日
vol.43, pp.27-55, 2017-09

Annotated checklist of marine and fresh water fishes is reported from the Hyuga Nada area, including Miyazaki Prefecture, southern coastal area of Oita Prefecture and eastern coast of Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan. Such fishes are classified into 228 families, 680 genera and 1,340 species including 24 subspecies and 1 hybrid, consisting of natural inhabitants in the area, and invasive and introduced fishes as alien species out of Japan or from the other areas. Confirmation of each species on identification is based on voucher specimens kept in Miyazaki University and other museums, photographs of fishes taken in the area, confirmed photographs in websites and references formerly reported before August 2016. Fish occurrence tendency by our gross observation is noted at each species.