Tag Archive for 'Diplodus sargus'

Some fishes have to travel farther to adapt to a changing climate

December 2nd, 2011 by Technical University of Denmark

Even though the oceans warm up slower than land, a recent study, The Pace of Shifting Climate in Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems, published in the scientific journal, Science, shows that marine life has to move their ranges just as quickly as species on land to cope with the changing temperatures. This is the first time that […]

Diplodus bream population in Guernsey waters

May 31st, 2011 by Richard Lord

Martyn Vinning, Manager at Phoenix Fish in St Peter Port, received an unusual bream, which he brought to my attention on the morning of 31 May 2011.  He thought it might be a white bream, Diplodus sargus.  The bream had been caught by Nick Vining netting off Ladies Bay on the north coast of Guernsey […]

First recorded capture of white bream, Diplodus sargus, in Guernsey waters

July 19th, 2009 by Richard Lord

On 27 June 2009 recreational angler Andy Marquis saw small silvery fish with a black band on their caudal peduncle off Salerie Corner, south side of Belle Greve Bay, east coast of Guernsey. On Sunday 19 July 2009 Andy Marquis caught the first positively identified white sea bream, Diplodus sargus, from the same location.  The […]

First record of a two-banded sea bream, Diplodus vulgaris, in Guernsey waters

January 29th, 2009 by Richard Lord

Commercial fisherman Steve Fallaize caught a two-banded sea bream, Diplodus vulgaris, in a gill net set one mile off L’Ancresse off Guernsey’s north coast. The net was set overnight and the fish was landed on the 29 January 2009.