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Elagatis bipinnulata

(Rainbow runner fish)

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Common Names

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Common Names in Afrikaans:

Re, Reënboog-pylvis

Common Names in Agutaynen:

Salmon

Common Names in Arabic:

Aifa, Garaeiba, Gazala, Mujlabah, Muslabah, Sagla

Common Names in Austronesian:

Buree', Fa-fa, Foafoa, Foofo, Niyawmanúr, Péyennáy, Ppwéy

Common Names in Austronesian (Other):

Buree', Fa-Fa, Foafoa, Foofo, Niyawmanúr, Péyennáy, Ppwéy

Common Names in Banton:

Balilito

Common Names in Bikol:

Bulangawan salmon, Lapis, Salmonon

Common Names in Carolinian:

Buree´, Buree', Fa-fa, Foafoa, Foofo, Niyawman, Niyawmanúr, Péyennáy, Ppw, Ppwéy

Common Names in Cebuano:

Langoso, Lanoso, Salmon, Solinao, Solinaw, Sulid sa lawod, Sulinao

Common Names in Cotabato Chavacano:

Salmon

Common Names in Creole, French:

Calat, Calaté, Carangue saumon, Cateau saumon, Galate, Prodigalson, Saumon

Common Names in Creole, Portuguese:

Alada, Salm, Salmão

Common Names in Creoles and Pidgins, French:

Calaté, Carangue saumon, Cateau saumon, Galate, Prodigalson

Common Names in Danish:

Regnbuehestemakrel, Regnbuel, Regnbueløber

Common Names in Davawenyo:

Salmon-salmon

Common Names in English:

Hawaiian salmon, Jack, Ocean salmon, Prodigal son, rainbow runner, Rainbow runner fish, Rainbow Yellowtail, Runner, Salmon, Salmon runner, Samon, Shoemaker, Skip jack, Spanish jack, Spanish mackerel, Spanish-jack, Striped fish, Tabio, Yellow tail

Common Names in Fijian:

Drodrolagi, Kanailagi

Common Names in French:

Carangue arc-en-ciel, Com, Comète saumon, Coureur Arc-En-Ciel, Dauphin, Dauphin vert, Galati, Saumon, Sorcier

Common Names in Gela:

Maroho

Common Names in German:

Regenbogenmakrele

Common Names in Gilbertese:

Te kama

Common Names in Greek:

Iridokokali, Ιριδοκοκάλι

Common Names in Greek, Modern:

Iridokokali, Ιριδοκοκάλι

Common Names in Greek, Modern (1453):

Iridokokali, Ιριδοκοκάλι

Common Names in Hawaiian:

Kamanu

Common Names in Hiligaynon:

Bangkulisan, Bansikul, Languso, Salmon

Common Names in Ilokano:

Saleng-saleng, Salmon

Common Names in Italian:

Seriolina

Common Names in Japanese:

Songoro, Tsumu-buri, Tsumuburi

Common Names in Javanese:

Sulir

Common Names in Kagayanen:

Loy-ong

Common Names in Kiribati:

Te kama

Common Names in Komoro:

Bagara, Songoro

Common Names in Korean:

Ch'am-ch'i-bang-o, 참치방어

Common Names in Kuyunon:

Salmon

Common Names in Mahl:

Maniya

Common Names in Makassarese:

Sinrilli batang

Common Names in Malagasy:

Sarbassi

Common Names in Malay:

Pisang-pisang, Salaman, Sunglir, Tola Laut

Common Names in Malayalam:

Chameen, Poomeen, ചാമീന്, ചാമീന് , പൂമീന്

Common Names in Mandarin Chinese:

Fang Chu, Fang chuí shi, 双带鲹, 紡綞鰤, 纺缍鰤, 雙帶鰺

Common Names in Maranao/Samal/Tao Su:

Ong-Ong, Salmon, Tengteng, Ulong-Ulong, Ungong

Common Names in Maranao/Samal/Tao Sug:

Ong-ong, Salmon, Tengteng, Ulong-ulong, Ungong

Common Names in Marshall:

Ikaidrik

Common Names in Marshallese:

Ikaidrik

Common Names in Misima-Paneati:

Suwa

Common Names in Niuean:

Samani

Common Names in Other:

Ingan, Magudlong, Tandu, Ulitan

Common Names in Palauan:

Desui

Common Names in Polish:

Elegata

Common Names in Portuguese:

Alada, Arabaiana, Arabaiana norte, Arabaiana-azul, Camisa de meia, Choupa, Enxova, Fogueteiro-arco-iris, Guaxum, Guaxumba, Peixe-rei, Salem, Salemão, Salm, Salmão, Xixarro-Salm, Xixarro-salmão

Common Names in Samoan:

Samani

Common Names in Somali:

Aari-joog

Common Names in Spanish:

Cola amarilla, Corredores, Llorotel, Macaela, Macarela, Macarela arco iris, Macarela Salm, macarela salmón, Macarela salmón, Peje rata, Pejerata, Pez rata, Picudo rayado, Remoremo, Salm, salmón cubano, Salmon, Salmón cubano, Salmonete, Sardinata, Tabio, Zapatero ligereto

Common Names in Surigaonon:

Salindata, Salindatu

Common Names in Swahili:

Kiharua, Kuninga, Muhaluwa

Common Names in Tagalog:

Bansikol, Bidbid sa laud, Lapi, Malaguno, Salinao, Salindato, Salmon, Tengteng, Ulong-ulong, Ungong

Common Names in Tagbanwa Calamian:

Salmon

Common Names in Tahitian:

Roe roe, Roeroe

Common Names in Tamil:

Kulkul, குல்குல்

Common Names in Tongan:

'Utu mea

Common Names in Tuamotuan:

Roeroe

Common Names in Tuvaluan:

Te kamai

Common Names in Vietnamese:

Cá Cam thoi

Common Names in Visayan:

Bansikol, Basikol, Bidbid sa laot, Bidbid sa laud, Salinao, Salindato

Common Names in Waray-waray:

Salmon-salmon, Salmonon

Description

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Physical Description

Size/Age/Growth

Males are commonly 90 cm (Total Length) in length when caught/marketed, but may be as large as 180 cm (Total Length).

Habitat

Found in oceanic and coastal waters , generally near the surface over reefs or sometimes far from the coast[1][2][3]. May be found at depths of 0 to 150 meters. Usually found at depths of 2 to 10 meters.

Typically found in water with a depth of 0 to -5,351 meters (0 to -17,556 feet).[4]

Biome: Marine .

Biology

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Diet

Feeds on invertebrates (larger crustaceans of the zooplankton ) and small fishes [1][5].

Behavior

May form large schools[1][3].

Sound types : grunts . Sound organ: pharyngeal teeth and swim bladder . Sonic mechanism: not specified but probably like other carangids (stridulation of teeth amplified by swim bladder).

Taxonomy

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Synonyms

Egalatis bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard • Elagatis bipinnulataElagatis bipinnulatusElagatis bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) • Elagatis bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard • Elegatis bipinnulataElegatis bipinnulata (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) • Elegatis bipinnulata (Quoy & Gaimard • Elegatis bipinnulatusElegatis bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) • Elegatis bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard • Elegatus bipinnulatusElegatus bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) • Elegatus bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard • Irex indicus Valenciennes • Micropteryx bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard • Seriola bipinnulata Quoy & Gaimard • Seriola bipinnulata Quoy and Gaimard, 1825 • Seriolichthys bipinnulatus (Quoy & Gaimard

Notes

Name Status: Accepted Name .

First described: Quoy & Gaimard In: Voy.Uranie,Zool., 1825.

Last scrutiny: Data last modified by FishBase 17-Apr-1996

Similar Species

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Members of the genus Elagatis

ZipcodeZoo has pages for 2 species and subspecies in this genus:

E. bipinnulata (Rainbow Runner Fish) · E. bipinnulatus (Scissortail Sculpin)

More Info

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Further Reading

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Notes

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Contributors

Data Sources

Accessed through GBIF Data Portal February 29, 2008:

Identifiers

Footnotes

  1. Smith-Vaniz, W.F. (1995). Carangidae. Jureles, pámpanos, cojinúas, zapateros, cocineros, casabes, macarelas, chicharros, jorobados, medregales, pez pilota. p. 940-986. In W. Fischer, F. Krupp, W. Schneider, C. Sommer, K.E. Carpenter and V. Niem (eds.) ... [back]
  2. Yamada, U., S. Shirai, T. Irie, M. Tokimura, S. Deng, Y. Zheng, C. Li, Y.U. Kim and Y.S. Kim (1995). Names and Illustrations of Fishes from the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea. Overseas Fishery Cooperation Foundation, Tokyo, Japan. [back]
  3. Kuiter, R. H. and Tonozuka (2001). Pictorial guide to Indonesian reef fishes. Part 1. Eels- Snappers, Muraenidae - Lutjanidae. Zoonetics, Australia. 302 p. [back]
  4. Mean = -798.570 meters (-2,619.980 feet), Standard Deviation = 1,198.110 based on 252 observations. Ocean depth information for each observation from British Oceanographic Data Centre. [back]
  5. Randall, J.E. (1996). Shore fishes of Hawai'i. Natural World Press, Vida, Oregon. 216 p. [back]
Last Revised: 2013-10-29