Acanthurus


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Related to Acanthurus: genus Acanthurus
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Synonyms for Acanthurus

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Absolute and percent values of the frequency of occurrence (FO), gravimetric (W) and index of relative importance (IRI) methods of the Acanthurus triostegus diet in reef Los Frailes, B.
Acanthurus triostegus in the Los Frailes reef fed on a high proportion of green and red algae and on a smaller proportion of brown algae.
The indigenous herbivorous fish species with which Acanthurus triostegus cohabits in the Los Frailes reef feed on the same algal assemblage.
Acanthurus triostegus forms temporal monospecific schools; Prionurus punctatus forms monospecific or mixed schools with P.
Territoriality and habitat use by juvenile blue tangs, Acanthurus coeruleus.
Acanthurus tractus Poey, 1860, a valid western Atlantic species of surgeon-fishes (Teleostei, Acanthuridae) distinct from Acanthurus bahianus Castelnau, 1855.
The influence of eyestalk ablation on the reproduction of the freshwater Macrobrachium acanthurus shrimp in captivity.
Macrobrachium acanthurus Weigmann, 1836 (Decapoda: Palaemonidae) known as 'canela shrimp', 'pitu' or 'freshwater shrimp' is native to the Americas, being found from Georgia, United States, to the southern Brazil and the Western Indies, in freshwater and brackish water.
acanthurus presents varied features accrediting it as a potentially viable species for commercial scale cultivation, such as captivity reproduction, easy maintenance, simple feeding, high survival rate, rare disease incidence and good acceptance by the market (NEW, 1995).
This study focused on the behavior of blue tangs, Acanthurus coeruleus, a species of surgeonfish, near Andros Island, Bahamas to assess the importance of group size and how it affects an individual's health.
minensis Cleistoeactus acanthurus, Eggli, 1984; Gibson, 1973; C.
The occurrence of the tropical west African marine fishes Acanthurus monroviae (Acanthuridae) and Arius parkii (Ariidae) in the Levant.
Abundance was very high at pool 5 due to Halichoeres poeyi, Stegastes fuscus, and Acanthurus bahianus.
Unindentified larvae) I Coryphopterus glaucofraenum Gill, 1863 PR Ctenogobius boleosoma PR (Jordan & Gilbert, 1882) Ctenogobius saepepallens O (Gilbert & Randall, 1968) Gobiosoma hemigymnum PR (Eigenmann & Eigenmann, 1888) Acanthuridae Acanthurus bahianus Castelnau, 1855 O Acsnthurus chirurgus (Bloch, 1787) O Psralichthyidae Etropus longimanus Norman, 1933 T Tetrsodontidae Sphoeroides greeleyi (Gilbert, 1900) T
lt;10 Queen conch Strombas gigas 10-100 Trunkfish Acanthostracion quadricornis 10-100 Ocean triggerfish Canthidermis sufflamen 10-100 Surgeonfish Acanthurus spp.