Scientific Name
Gnathodentex aureolineatus  
Gnathodentex aureolineatus金帶齒頜鯛
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author (Lacepède, 1802) Depth 3 - 30M
Chinese 金帶齒頜鯛 Poisonous Fish Yes 
Family_Chinese 龍占魚科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F377 Lethrinidae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 金帶齒頜鯛 
Max Length 30 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 黃點鯛、龍占(臺東)、龍占舅(澎湖) 
Distribution in World India Ocean to Pacific Ocean   Distribution in Taiwan East、South、North East、PonFu、LanI Is.、Greeb IS.、Tung Sa IS.、Nan Sa IS. 
Habitats Coral、Coastal、Lagoon  Holotype Locality no locality 
Synonyms Dentex lycogenis, Gnathodentex aurilineatus, Gnathodentex aurolinaetus, Gnathodentex aurolineatus, Gnathodentex oculomaculatus, Gnathodentex ocumaculatus, Sparus aureolineatus   
Reference 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993);The Live Marine Resources of the Western Central Pacific, Vol.5(FAO, 2001)  Lacepede, B. G. E. 1802 沈世傑 編 Shih-Chieh Shen ed. 1993 
Specimen List ASIZP0055761. ASIZP0055762. ASIZP0058856. ASIZP0066643. ASIZP0069937. ASIZP0700314. ASIZP0801861. ASIZP0803312. ASIZP0911861. ASIZP0913312. FRIP00475. FRIP20052. FRIP21251. FRIP21270. FRIP22466. NMMBP00578. NMMBP04973. NMMSTP00603. NTUM06203. NTUM06398. NTUM07274.  
Barcode2008-03-24,Kui-Ching Hsu,CO1,100%
Common Name Striped large-eye bream; Yellowspot emperor; Golden-lined sea perch; Goldspot emperor; Gold-lined sea bream; Gold-lined sea-bream; Glowfish 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Dorsal-fin rays X, 10; anal-fin rays III, 8-10; pectoral-fin rays 15. Body depth 2.77 to 2.91 times in standard length. Dorsal head profile moderately sloped; eye relatively large, its diameter about equal to length of snout. The cheeks are scaled; maxilla with a longitudinal reticulated ridge. The inner pectoral fin base are without scales. Back region is brown with narrow silvery stripes. The rest of the head and body mainly silver to gray except for 4 or 5 brownish-orange on lower 2/3 of side. There is a prominent golden yellow blotch directly below the posterior part of the dorsal fin just in front of the caudal peduncle.
habitats Inhabits subtidal reef flats, lagoons, and seaward reefs. Sometimes forms aggregations of about a hundred or more individuals. Feeds at night on benthic invertebrates like crabs and gastropods, occasionally on small fish. Usually marketed fresh. 
Distribution Indo-Pacific: East Africa to the Tuamoto Islands, north to Japan, south to Australia. Recently reported from Norfolk Island. Taiwan: South, Lanyu, Lyudao, North-East.  
Utility Commercial fishery species.