Sharpsnout seabream

Diplodus puntazzo

Diplodus puntazzo (Sharpsnout seabream)
Distribution
Distribution map: Diplodus puntazzo (Sharpsnout seabream)

least concern



Habitat
Temperature:
no data found yet
Salinity:
Sbrackish to seawater
Photoperiod:
no data found yet
Substrate:
Syes
Trophic level:
not investigated by us yet
Growth
Length:
not investigated by us yet
Weight:
not investigated by us yet
Maturity:
no data found yet
Malformations:
Syes
Morphology:
not investigated by us yet
Swimming
Home range:
no data found yet
Depth:
S1.0-50.0+ m
Speed:
not investigated by us yet
Migration:
Soceanodromous
Type:
not investigated by us yet
Reproduction
Nest building:
Sno
Courtship:
no data found yet
Mating type:
no data found yet
Fecundity:
not investigated by us yet
Brood care:
no data found yet
Social behaviour
Aggregation:
Saggregation
Organisation:
not investigated by us yet
Aggression:
Syes
Handling
Farming frequency:
54 t/year 2018
Farming stress:
Syes
Slaughter protocol:
no data found yet

Farming remarks

Diplodus puntazzo
Li0  ❘  Po0  ❘  Ce0

Diplodus puntazzo is a DEMERSAL marine fish distributed in the eastern Atlantic, from the Gulf of Biscay to Sierra Leone, as well as in the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea. Considered an important fishery resource along coasts, there is a lack of data on the biology and ecology of the species.
Although it is considered a great potential for the diversification of the European aquaculture industry, there are no FAO aquaculture statistics referring to Diplodus puntazzo, and in general there is limited information on current farming conditions. Several biological aspects such as sensitivity to handling, aggressive behaviour, malformations, and humane slaughter need urgent attention.

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