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Author: (Le Danois, 1913)

Lebetus guilleti (Le Danois, 1913)

Diagnosis: see genus; described from post-larvae and juveniles and distinguished from L. scorpioides by meristic criteria: DI VI; D2 I + 7-9; A I + 5-6; P 16-17 (15-17). Vertebrae 25-26. Size: to 2.4 cm.
Habitat: inshore, coarse ground, including coralline deposits, to 29 m. Food: no data. Reproduction: post-larvae June-September (western English Channel).

Distribution: eastern Atlantic (Kattegat and Belt Seas to Portugal); also recorded from Banyuls, western Mediterranean (Zander, 1982).

Eggs, larvae and young stages. Petersen, 1919: 48, 55, 59, 61, pl. I (fig. 27-29), pl. III (fig. 4) | Demir & Russell, 1971: 669, fig. 1.
Otoliths (sagitta). No data.

Lebetus guilleti