Striped weakfish

The Striped weakfish lives in the demersal, marine, depth range - 60 m environment.

juvenile striped weakfish, Cynoscion guatucupa Cuvier, from Bahía Blanca estuary, Argentina. C. guatucupa is one of the most important regional fishing resources although in the last 10 years landings have greatly decreased. More

The South American striped weakfish (Cynoscion striatus), the angular angel shark (Squatina argentia), the narrownose smooth-hound (Squatina argentia), the short-tailed river stingray (Potamotrygon brachyura) and other coastal species show signs of biological fragility due to overfishing, states the organisation’s report. More

Feeding habits of the juvenile striped weakfish, Cynoscion guatucupa Cuvier 1830, in Bahía Blanca estuary (Argentina): seasonal and ontogenetic changes Clean Earth Technology, Inc. More

The South American striped weakfish,(Cynoscion striatus). More

furnieri) and striped weakfish (Cynoscion striatus) at 36,900 tonnes and 17,000 tonnes, respectively, in the geographical area covered by the La Plata River Treaty and the Maritime Front. More

(Pomatomidae) and Striped Weakfish, Cynoscion guatucupa (Sciaenidae) in Southern Brazil: Implications of Food Partitioning Authors: Lucena F.M.; Vaske T.; Ellis J.R.; O'Brien C.M. Source: Environmental Biology of Fishes, Volume 57, Number 4, April 2000 , pp. More

of white croaker Micropogonias furnieri and striped weakfish Cynoscion striatus in two different areas: Argentine-Uruguayan Common Fishing Zone (AUCFZ) and El Rinc More

straight caudal, smooth scales), the Striped Weakfish, Cynoscion reticulatus (brown wavy stripes down the sides, dark anal and pectorals), the Totoaba, Totoaba macdonaldi (large oblique mouth with projecting lower jaw, pointed caudal fin, notched dorsal fin and dark fin coloration), and the White Seabass, Atractoscion nobilis More

of South American striped weakfish (Cynoscion striatus) worth USD 1.8 million; and 825 tonnes of golden kingclip (Genypterus blacodes) worth USD 3.5 million. Further behind were export sales of stingray (Potamotrygon brachyura), with 787 tonnes valued at USD 1. More

Next in line were landings of South American striped weakfish (Cynoscion striatus), which amounted to 14,492 tonnes; narrownose smooth-hound (Mustelus schmitti), amounted to 9,996 tonnes; Patagonian flounder (Paralichthys patagonicus), 7.560 tonnes; tadpole codling (Salilota australis), 7,440 tonnes; and common seabream (Pagrus pagrus), 5.872 tonnes. More

Common names

Acoupa rayé in French (français)
Chica-velha in Portuguese (Português)
Corvina in Portuguese (Português)
Corvina-de-linha in Portuguese (Português)
Corvina-marisqueira in Portuguese (Português)
Corvinata pescadilla in Spanish (español)
Corvinata-riscada in Portuguese (Português)
Corvineta in Portuguese (Português)
Cururuca in Portuguese (Português)
Cynoscion in Polish (polski)
Goetão in Portuguese (Português)
Maria-mole in Portuguese (Português)
Murucaia in Portuguese (Português)
Olhuda in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada-de-alto-mar in Portuguese (Português)
Pescada-olhuda in Portuguese (Português)
Pescadilla in Spanish (español)
Pescadinha in Portuguese (Português)
Pescadinha-olhuda in Portuguese (Português)
Shima-nibe in Japanese (日本語)
South American striped weakfish in English
Stribet sydamerikansk trommefisk in Danish (dansk)
Striped weakfish in English
条纹犬牙石首鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
條紋犬牙石首魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Sciaenidae
Genus : Cynoscion
Species : Cynoscion striatus
Authority : Cuvier, 1829