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This family is now considered a synonym of Haemulidae and the species formerly known as Inermia vittata is a member of the genus Haemulon, based on mitochondrial and nuclear genetic data (Rocha et al.
families Atherinopsidae, Carangidae, Gerreidae, Haemulidae, Mugilidae, and Sparidae).
The most speciose families are: Haemulidae (N = 19), Serranidae (N = 17), Sciaenidae (N = 17), and Carangidae (N = 16) (Torres-Orozco and Castro-Aguirre 1992; Galvan-Magana et al.
1984) Fishing Area Family Atlantic Ocean Hemiramphidae Hemiramphidae Belonidae Excoetidae Balistidae Carangidae Clupeidae Hemiramphidae Kyphosidae Labridae Florida Bay Hemiramphidae Hemiramphidae Belonidae Clupeidae Sparidae Belonidae Hemiramphidae Carangidae Gerreidae Haemulidae Ostraciidae Sphyraenidae Tetradontidae Fishing area Common name Atlantic Ocean Ballyhoo Balao Needlefishes Flyingfishes Leatherjackets Jacks Herrings Smallwing flyingfish Sea chubs Wrasses Florida Bay Ballyhoo Silverstripe halfbreak Herrings Porgies Needlefishes Hardhead halfbreak Jacks Mojarras Grunts Boxfishes Barracudas Puffers Fishing area Frequency n Percentage Atlantic Ocean 185 15,280 70.