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small often brightly colored scaleless marine bottom-dwellers

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Wings of Fire The Graphic Novel: The Dragonet Prophecy
Interruption of courtship and spawning behavior by subordinate males was recently observed in the lancer dragonet, Callionymus bairdi (Jordan 1888) from the West Atlantic (pers.
Breeding season, spawning time, and description of spawning behaviour in the Japanese ornate dragonet, Callionymus ornatipinnis: a preliminary field study at the northern limit of its range.
Annotated checklist of the dragonet families Callionymidae and Draconettidae (Teleostei: Cal-lionymoidei), with comments on callionymid fish classification.
Spawning behavior of laboratory-reared dragonet, Repo-mucenus huguenini, and development of its eggs and pro-larvae.
It was not always possible to clearly separate gobies, Suffiogobius bibarbatus, from dragonets, Paracallionymus costatus, and all cases of ambiguity were eliminated (i.
A clear trend that differentiated the species was determined by PC1, which contrasted dragonets and soles with kingklip and false jacopever (Fig.
Dragonets and sole showed distinct preferences for environments with sandy substrata (Fig.
Following the 1997--1998 El Nino, two specimens of the blacklip dragonet were collected in the Southern California Bight (SCB) by semiballoon (7.
Dragonets of the family Callionymidae are bottom-living fishes frequently found on sand, mud, or dead coral rubble.
Revision of genera of the dragonets (Pisces: Callionymidae).
Under his strong leadership as chairman from 2006 to 2009, the NFWF has grown into a highly respected conservation institution and expanded its programs from a national focus to a global one, including protection of the Bird's Head Seascape reefs which, this beautiful dragonet species calls home.
Dragonets of the genus Synchiropus Gill, 1859, are small, bottom-dwelling fishes from the tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans and comprise approximately 27 species (Fricke 1983).
Skin structure in six dragonet species (Gobiesociformes: Callionymidae): interspecific differences in glandular cell types and mucus secretion.