Sparidae


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Related to Sparidae: family Sparidae, Chaetodontidae
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Species Family No of Individuals Sarpa salpa Sparidae 2 Trachurs trachurus Carangidae 16 Boobs boops Sparidae 17 Sardinella aurita Clupeidae 6 Diplodus vulgaris Sparidae 2 Diplodus puntazzo Sparidae 1 Liza aurata Mugilidae 4 Diplodue sargus Sparidae 1 Sparus aurata Sparidae 7 Sardina pilchardus Clupeidae 27 Spicara maena Centracanthidae 4 Spondyliosoma cantharus Sparidae 4 Diplodus annularis Sparidae 1 Total Number 92 Table 2: Sampling details including dates, sites, nature of the caught fish (W=wild), fish family and species; in addition to the qRT-PCR results targeting Nodavirus RNA2 segment.
aunque existen coincidencias al reportar a las familias Tetraodontidae, Lutjanidae y Sparidae como las mas diversas.
Age et croissance de Boops boops (Linne, 1758) poisson teleosteen Sparidae des cotes tunisiennes.
The fishes of the families Banjosidae, Lethrinidae, Sparidae, Girellidae, Kyphosidae, Oplegnathidae, Sciaenidae, Sillaginidae, Arripidae and Enoplosidae, collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries Steamer "Albatross", chiefly in Philippine seas and adjacent waters.
1958): Marine Vertebraten (Odontaspidae, Lamnidae, Sparidae, Dermochelyidae, Squalodontidae) ira oberoligozanen Meeressand von Suchteln und Dusseldorf.
Perciformes (continued) families: Chaetodontidae, Toxotidae, Monodactylidae, Pempheridae, Kyphopsidae, Lutjanidae, Lobotidae, Sparidae, Nandidae, Sciaenidae, Malacanthidae, Cepolidae.
The following families had the highest number of species: Carangidae (5), Fundulidae (5), Sciaenidae (5), Engraulidae (3) and Sparidae (3), followed by the Clupeidae (2), Gobiidae (2), Mugilidae (2), Synodontidae (2) and Syngnathidae (2).
The effects of photoperiod regime changes have been demonstrated in several species of families Salmonidae, Cichlidae and Sparidae and have concluded that photoperiod regimes play a major role in the initiation of a series of changes in feeding behavior, growth performance, and reproductive function without any adverse effects (Whitehead et al.
y 6 familias de peces oseos, Sparidae con 4 generos y 5 especies, Pagrus pagrus (Linnaeus, 1758), Diplodus jomnitanus Valenciennes, 1844, Sparus spp.
Several Sydney species of Sparidae (snappers and breams) and Platycephalidae (flatheads) are abundant, edible and commonly prized fishes that can be caught using several Aboriginal and European methods.
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.
Se capturaron un total de 68 especies de peces demersales, pertenecientes a 34 familias, siendo Haemulidae, Lutjanidae, Scianidae y Sparidae las que presentaron el mayor numero de especies, con 8, 6, 6 y 4, respectivamente.
sanpaulensis Resource Family Fishes Sciaenidae Stromateidae Sciaenidae Phycidae Triglidae Phycidae Percophidae Cheilodactylidae Ariidae Phycidae Serranidae Paralichthydae Balistidae Sciaenidae Scianidae Trichiuridae Lophiidae Ophidiidae Sparidae Paralichthydae Mugiloididae Sciaenidae Zeidae Rajidae Sciaenidae Sciaenidae Branchiostegidae Haemulidae Sciaenidae Crustaceans Penaeidae Penaeidae Geryonidae Aristeidae Penaeidae Penaeidae Pandalidae Molluscs Ommastrephidae Octopodidae Loliginidae Table 2.