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Occurs on the continental shelf (Ref. 9563).
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Latridopsis forsteri

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Bastard trumpeter Latridopsis forsteri at Ile des Phoques, Tasmania
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Latridopsis forsteri at Ile des Phoques

Latridopsis forsteri, the bastard trumpeter or copper moki, is a species of trumpeter native to the eastern Indian Ocean and southwestern Pacific Ocean around Australia(Robe, South Australia, to Sydney, New South Wales, and around Tasmania[1]) and New Zealand. This species is found at depths of from 20 to 160 metres (66 to 525 ft) over the continental shelf. It can reach a length of 65 centimetres (26 in) TL. This species is commercially important.[2]

References

  1. ^ Edgar, Graham J. (2008). Australian Marine Life: The plants and animals of temperate waters (Second ed.). Sydney: New Holland. ISBN 9781921517174.
  2. ^ Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2013). "Latridopsis forsteri" in FishBase. December 2013 version.
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Latridopsis forsteri: Brief Summary

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Latridopsis forsteri, the bastard trumpeter or copper moki, is a species of trumpeter native to the eastern Indian Ocean and southwestern Pacific Ocean around Australia(Robe, South Australia, to Sydney, New South Wales, and around Tasmania) and New Zealand. This species is found at depths of from 20 to 160 metres (66 to 525 ft) over the continental shelf. It can reach a length of 65 centimetres (26 in) TL. This species is commercially important.

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