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Of these, only Balistes polylepis is known from sporadic records from Washington and Alaska during El Nino events (Karinen and others 1985; Pearcy and others 1985; Schoener and Fluharty 1985; Pearcy and Schoener 1987).
Distribucion paleobiogeografica: la especie Balistes crassidens fue descrita para el Mioceno de la Formacion de Tamana en la Isla de Trinidad (Casier, 1958).
Balistes vetula again appears to be the most endangered species on the list due to low incidence, relatively restricted range, and a decline in sighting frequency.
The pancake bodies of Balistes capriscus, which can reach 50cm in length, vary in colour from brown to grey to blue-grey.
These included the planehead filefish, Monacanthus hispidus (Monacanthidae); the gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus (Balistidae); the southern puffer, Sphoeroides nephalus (Tetraodontidae); and the striped burrfish, Chilomycterus schoepfi (Diodontidae).
Extreme variation in settlement of the Caribbean triggerfish Balistes vetula in Panama.
This was verified for fishes Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758 (n = 5), Dicentrarchus labrax (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 7), Sciades herzbergii (Bloch, 1794) (n = 12), Archosargus rhomboidalis (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 9), Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey, 1960) (n = 1), Spheroides testudineus (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 5), Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) (n = 11), Menticirrhus americanus (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 32), Balistes capriscus (Gmelin, 1788) (n = 8) and Epinephelus gigas (Brunnich, 1768) (n = 1).
10-100 Bar jack Carangoides ruber 10-100 Stoplight parrotfish Sparisoma viride 1 Queen trigger Balistes vetula 1 Stingray Dasyatis sp.
Finescale triggerfish, Balistes polylepis Steindachner 1876, range from Chile to Pt.
Grey triggerfish Balistes capriscus Jamaica weakfish Cynoscion jamaicensis King weakfish Macrodon ancylodon Largehead hairtail Trichiurus lepturus Monkfish Lophius grastrophysus Pink cusk-eel Genypterus brasiliensis Red porgy Pagrus pagrus Sand flounder Paralichthys isosceles, P.
The feeding habits of gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus (GMELIN), from the northeast Gulf of Mexico.