Apogon


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Synonyms for Apogon

type genus of the Apogonidae

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An unusual Indo-West Pacific cardinalfish of the genus Apogon (Teleostei: Apogonidae).
Apogon gouldi Smith-Vaniz, 1977, taken by submersible between 262 and 277 m (Smith-Vaniz et al.
Apogonichthyoides brevicaudatus - syntypes of Apogon brevicaudatus, ZMA 101.
Apogonichthyoides chrysurus - syntypes of Apogon chrysurus, AMS I.
A single pink cardinalfish, Apogon pacificus, was observed and photographed (R.
Apogon guadalupensis (Osburn and Nichols 1916), Guadalupe cardinalfish
Guadalupe cardinalfish, Apogon guadalupensis, was first recorded in California in 1967 (Hobson 1969) from the southern end of San Clemente Island.
Kedebu' Bemban Bilis Clupeichthys bleekeri 1,444,270 Lais [various kind] * Lais 1,004,450 * Lais butu Ompok hypophthalmus 133,500 * Lis p 2,500 * Lais banga Kryptopterus micronema 81,500 * Lais jungana Kryptopterus apogon 2,500 Total Lais 1,224,450 Patik/Baung * Patik Mystus nemurus 860,395 * Baung Mystus planiceps 96,350 Total Patik/Baung 1,053,095 Toman [various kinds] Channa spp.
Apogon pillionatus is nocturnal and generally recorded on coral reefs below 20 m, which may be the reason that it has a low incidence based on REEF surveys (Humann & Deloach 2002).
Our study identifies species that have small population sizes, however, population trends of these species appear relatively stable, with the exception of Apogon planifrons and Balistes vetula, which appear to be decreasing in sighting frequency throughout the Florida Keys.
Common Name Scientific Name Broadsaddle Cardinalfish Apogon pillionatus Downy Blenny Labrisomus kalisherae Leopard Goby Gobiosoma saucrum Wrasse Blenny Hemiemblemaria simulus Range SF% SF% SF% Common Name Incidence Size 93-97 97-01 01-04 Broadsaddle Cardinalfish 2 4 0.
Lach-ner (1953) described adult males Fowleria isostigma (Jordan & Sale 1906) with duskier body coloration than females; Garnaud (1950) described males Apogon imberbis (Linnaeus 1758) as a bit smaller and with a deeper darker coloration; Gon & Randall (2003) observed males Ostorhinchus cookii (Macleay 1881) having a wider stripe in the base of the second dorsal fin and Myers (1999) described mature males Cheilodipterus singapurensis Bleeker, 1859 possessing a dark spot around the anus.
fading/lightening, increasing intensity of the normal coloration) associated with breeding behavior was reported in two Apogon spp.
He described Apogon niger (now in Apogonichthyoides [Fraser 8c Allen 2010]) and Apogon doederleini (now in Ostorhinchus) as solitary species that formed transient pairs, with similar pre-spawning and courtship behaviors, whereas Apogon notatus (now in Ostorhinchus) as a gregarious species that formed lasting pairs and displayed distinct pre-spawning behaviors the day they mated (the prolonged- up to several weeks- pair bond occurred prior to spawning and females mated with different males, hence lasting pairs did not imply monogamy, [Kuwamura 1985] ).