Description, classification, synonyms, distribution map and images of Caranx crysos – Blue runner. Kingdom: Animalia. Taxonomic Rank: Species. Synonym(s): Caranx fusus Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Common Name(s): blue runner [English]. The Blue Runner, Caranx crysos. Illustration by Diana Rome Peebles Courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Division of Marine.
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Blue runner – Wikipedia
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I would appreciate your support. The species was first scientifically described by the American ichthyologist Samuel L.
Caranx crysos species group: Importance of zooplankton in the diets of Blue Runner Caranx crysos near offshore petroleum platforms in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. US Department of Commerce. There are 25 vertebrae present.
Blue Runner-Jack – Caranx crysos – Caribbean Fish Identification USVI
Eggs, larvae and young stages. Intorno a Caranx fusus Geoffr.
Caranx itself is part of the larger jack and horse mackerel family Carangidaea group of percoid fishes in the order Perciformes. The blue runner’s larval stage has been extensively described, with distinguishing features including a slightly shallower body than other larval Caranxand a heavily pigmented head and body. Caribbean Coral Reef Fishery Resources A second edition of The biology, ecology, exploitation, and management of Caribbean reef fishes: McKenney et al, Fisheries, Reefs, and Offshore Development.
Boletin del Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia. Monografia dei Carangini viventi nel Mediterraneo Pisces, Perciformes.
Studies around these platforms has found blue runner feed with equal intensity during both day and night, with larger prey such as fish taken preferentially at night, with smaller crustaceans taken during the day. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Comprising detailed descriptions of all the caeanx hitherto observed within the state borders.
The blue runner is a fast-swimming predator which primarily takes small benthic fishes as prey in inshore waters. Fin colour also varies, with all fins ranging from to dusky or hyaline to olive crgsos. Retrieved 19 May Bulletin of the National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries. Also cryoss you see in the pictures, they have an elongated spot behind their gill covers that looks like white dash lines with a black line in-between.
Caranx crysos Mitchill, Caranx crysos Mitchell American Journal of Tropical Health and Medicine. The blue runner is classified within the genus Caranxone of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
University of Texas Press. VI,Perciformi Trichiuroidei.