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Phylogeny of the Family Sciaenidae, with notes on its zoogeography (Teleostei, Perciformes).
Porgie (family) Sparidae Oyster toadfish Opsanus tau Mackerel (family) Scombridae Lefteye flounder (family) Bothidae Fish (superclass) Pisces Dusky flounder Syacium papillosum Drum (family) Sciaenidae Cero Scomberomorus regalis Broad flounder Paralichthys squamilentus Atlantic angel shark Squatina dumeril Yellow jack Caranx bartholomaei Whitespotted soapfish Rypticus maculatus Threadtail conger Uroconger syringinus Stingray (genus) Dasyatis sp.
The family Sciaenidae include many commercially and recreationally important species and occur worldwide in temperate and subtropical marine, estuarine, and fresh waters (Chao, 1995, 2002).
The Gulf corvina, Cynoscion othonopterus (Jordan & Gilbert 1882), is a member of the family Sciaenidae and is endemic to the northern Gulf of California, the region north of latitude 28[degrees]61' S (Robertson and Allen 2008).
Benthic communities and trophic niches of Sciaenidae (Pisces: Osteichthyes) in the Rio de la Plata estuary.
Unidentifed porgy 107 Lagodon rhomboides Pinfish Sciaenidae, Drums 108 Cynoscion nebulosus Spotted seatrout Mullidae, Goatfishes 109 Mulloidichthys martinicus Yellow goatfish 110 Pseudupeneus maculatus Spotted goatfish Kyphosidae, Sea chubs 111 Kyphosus incisor Yellow chub 112 Kyphosus sectatrix Bermuda chub 113 Kyphosus spp.
Volume 12 (Fowler, 1933) dealt with Banjosidae, Lethrinidae, Sparidae, Girellidae, Kyphosidae, Oplegnathidae, Gerreidae, Mullidae, Emmelichthyidae, Sciaenidae, Sillaginidae, Arripidae, and Enoplosidae.
Pogonias Lacepede, 1801 in the genus of the family Sciaenidae (croakers or drums), is represented by a single extant species, P.
vitreum, walleye 8 3 3 Sciaenidae Aplodinotus grunniens, freshwater drum 578 182 164 West Fork White River Family, species, common name 90-95 96-99 01-04 Petromyzontidae Ichthyomyzon castaneus, chestnut lamprey 2 I.
drums and groupers [families Sciaenidae and Serranidae, respectively]).
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.
vitreus (Mitchill), walleye I Family Sciaenidae (drum) Aplodinotus grunniens Rafinesque, freshwater drum I Family Gobiidae Neogobius melanostomus (Pallas), round goby NW Extirpated: Atractosteus spatula (Lacepede), alligator gar S Alosa alabamae Jordan & Evermann, Alabama shad SW Notropis anogenus Forbes, pugnose shiner NE N.