carangid


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Record of the bigeye trevally, Caranx sexfasciatus, and Mexican lookdown, Selene brevoorti, with notes on other carangids from California.
Because carangids are highly regarded as food and game fishes, many species are exploited worldwide.
ignobilis, all fin-rays were present in the smallest specimens (8 mm), and scales were present from about 14 mm, yet the preopercular spines that characterizes most carangid larvae (Leis and Carson-Ewart, 2004) were still present at 19 mm.
Macroscopic gonadal analysis and observations on the timing of courtship and spawning in several carangid species in the wild (Johannes, 1981; Sala et al.
dumerili is the largest carangid and supports important recreational and commercial fisheries (Thompson et al.
Vermilion snapper is the most abundant species of snapper in the northern GOM (Goodyear and Schirripa (1)), and Atlantic bumper is the most abundant carangid.
In the southeastern United States, many carangid stocks are managed at both the state and Federal level.
Reproductive biology of two Hawaiian pelagic carangid fishes, the bigeye scad, Selar crumenophthalmus, and the round scad, Decapturus macarellus.
The association behavior of carangid fishes has been used by fishermen in Asia.
Both are often closely followed by other efficient fish predators, especially carangids, the larger labrids, and serranids, to take advantage of the goatfish's skill in exposing prey.
punctatus; Spanish sardine, Sardinella aurita; and different species of carangids and flying-fish, Cheilopogon spp.
Some generalizations include: hook width is not closely related to fish mouth width (within a species), but is almost always smaller than mouth width (Owens & Merrick 1994); small hooks are best for fish with small mouths and fish which nibble rather than rapidly strike; and large hooks are more effective for large, voracious carnivores such as lutjanids (snappers), scombrids (tunas) and carangids (jacks, trevallys) (Johannes 1981).
1997) who reported that some mid-water pelagic fishes, such as carangids and scombrids, were transient members of the AR fish assemblages.