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Esox reichertii

(Blackspotted pike)

Overview

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Family : Pikes ; Feeds on fish of no commercial or angling importance [1]. Oviparous [2].

Common Names

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Common Names in Danish:

Amur-gedde, Amurgedde, Sortplettet Gedde

Common Names in Dutch:

Amoer snoek

Common Names in English:

Amur pike, Blackspotted pike

Common Names in Finnish:

Täplähauki

Common Names in French:

Brochet , Brochet á points noirs, Brochet du Pacifique

Common Names in German:

Amur-Hecht, Amurhecht

Common Names in Italian:

Luccio del Pacifico

Common Names in Mandarin Chinese:

黑斑狗魚, 黑斑狗鱼

Common Names in Polish:

Szczupak amurski

Common Names in Portuguese:

Lúcio do Pacífico, Lúcio-do-PacÌfico

Common Names in Russian:

Amurskaya shchuka, амурская щука

Common Names in Spanish:

Lucio Del Pac, Lucio del Pacífico

Common Names in Swedish:

Amurg, Amurgädda

Description

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Habitat

Biome: Fresh water . Demersal .

Taxonomy

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Synonyms

Esox lucius Linnaeus • Esox reichertiEsox reicherti Dybowski • Esox reicherti Dybowski, 1869 • Lucius reicherti (Dybowski

Notes

Name Status: Accepted Name .

Last scrutiny: Data last modified by FishBase 26-Feb-1998

Similar Species

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Members of the genus Esox

ZipcodeZoo has pages for 26 species and subspecies in this genus:

E. americanus (Redfin Or Grass Pickerel) · E. americanus americanus (Grass) · E. americanus vermiculatus (Grass Pickerel) · E. barracuda (Commerson's Sea Pike) · E. belone (Greenbone) · E. boa (Scaly Dragonfish) · E. cancila (Freshwater Garfish) · E. ectuntio (Ectuntio Halfbeak) · E. gambarur (Red Sea Halfbeak) · E. hepsetus (Broad-Striped Anchovy) · E. lucius (American Pike) · E. malabaricus (Tiger Characin) · E. marginatus (Yellowtip Halfbeak) · E. marinus (Northern Needlefish) · E. masquinongy (Allegheny River Pike) · E. masquinongy masquinongy (Allegheny River Pike) · E. niger (Chain Pickerel) · E. osseus (Long-Nosed Gar) · E. reicherti (Blackspotted Pike) · E. reichertii (Blackspotted Pike) · E. saurus (North Atlantic Saury) · E. sphyraena (Mediterranean Barracuda) · E. synodus (Diamond Lizardfish) · E. tristoechus (Cuban Alligator Gar) · E. vermiculatus (Grass Pickerel) · E. vulpes (Indo-Pacific Bonefish)

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Notes

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Contributors

Data Sources

Accessed through GBIF Data Portal March 01, 2008:

Identifiers

Footnotes

  1. Dulmaa, A. (1999). Fish and fisheries in Mongolia. p. 187-236. In T. Petr (ed.) Fish and fisheries at higher altitudes: Asia. FAO Fish. Tech. Pap. No. 385. FAO, Rome. 304 p. [back]
  2. Breder, C.M. and D.E. Rosen (1966). Modes of reproduction in fishes. T.F.H. Publications, Neptune City, New Jersey. 941 p. [back]
Last Revised: 2014-05-14