Apogonidae


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Kojima, "Chromosomal polymorphisms in Apogonidae fishes," Proceedings of the Japan Academy B, vol.
Comparative oogenesis in cardinal fishes (Apogonidae, Perciformes), with special focus on the adaptative structures of the egg envelopes.
Un tel dichromatisme sexuel ephemere, bien defini et spectaculaire n'a jamais ete mentionne pour les Apogonidae. On suggere que cette caracteristique s'est developpee chez Q.
Vagelli divided his treatise on the single species in Pterapogon into four parts: 1) a historical review of previous research, overview of the geography, ecology, and human activities of the Banggai archipelago; 2) an in-depth description of distribution, morphology, reproduction, ecology, and genetics followed by a review and hypotheses for systematics and evolution of Pterapogon including possible fresh-water origin of the Apogonidae; 3) conservation and regulation of the wild harvest of Pterapogon for sale in the world-wide aquarium trade; and 4) captive breeding and rearing of Pterapogon.
In particular, recalculated numerical importance for the nocturnal families Apogonidae, Holocentridae, and Priacanthidae (based on nighttime surveys showing a 90.6, 2.6, and 1.5 times higher abundance than during daytime; see Material and methods section) would be 7.5%, 6.8%, and <0.1%, respectively.
The cardinalfish family Apogonidae is best known for its marine members, which includes more than 300 species worldwide, mainly in tropical latitudes.
TABLE 1 Fish species/species groups recorded during surveys of the Punta Leona Marine Reserve during 1995 and 2006 ID (1) Family Species/ Tg (2) Mob (3) species group 1 Acanthuridae Prionurus h m laticlavius 2 Apogonidae Apogon dovii pl s 3 Balistidae Balistes o m polylepis 4 Pseudobalistes o m naufragium 5 Sufflamen verres i m 6 Belonidae Tylosurus p m crocodilus 7 Blennidae Ophoblennius h s steindachneri 8 Carangidae Caranx p m sexfasciatus or caballus 9 Gnathanodon p m specious 10 Trachinotus p m rhodopus 11 Chaetodontidae Chaetodon i s humeralis 12 Johnrandalia o s nigrirostris 13 Cirrhitidae Cirrhitus c s rivulatus 14 Dasyatidae Dasyatis longa i m 15 Diodontidae Diodon sp.
-- 0.42 0.12 Serranus subligarius -- -- -- Undetermined grouper -- -- -- Undetermined small sea bass -- 0.60 0.13 Priacanthidae Priacanthus arenatus -- -- 0.26 Pristigerzys alta 13.20 0.20 1.93 Undetermined -- -- -- Apogonidae Apogon pseudomaculatus -- -- -- Apogon spp.
Comparative osteology of the shallow water cardinal fishes (Perciformes: Apogonidae) with references to the systematics and evolution of the family.
0 0 Antennariidae Histrio histrio 5 1 All others 7 0 Apogonidae Apogon maculatus 302 26 Apogon quadrisquamatus 207 1 Astrapogon puncticulatus 114 5 Aulostomidae Aulostomus maculatus 0 0 Labrisomidae Starksia spp.
n., a new cardinal fish (Perciformes, Apogonidae) from submarine mountain ridges in the subtropical zone of the Indian Ocean.
0.01 Rypticus bistrispinus Priacanthidae Priacanthus arenatus 0.01 Pristigenys alta 0.02 0.05 Apogonidae Apogon sp.
1 0.1 1 < 0.1 Scorpnenidae 5 0.7 2 0.1 No identificados 5 0.7 2 0.1 Triglidae 8 1.2 4 0.1 No identificados 8 1.0 4 0.1 * Centropomidae 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 No identificados 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 Apogonidae 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 No identificados 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 * Pomatomidae 5 0.6 3 0.1 Pomatomus saltatrix 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 No identificados 4 0.5 2 < 0.1 Coryphaenidae 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 * Coryphaena hippurus 1 0.1 1 < 0.1 Carangidae 4 0.5 1 < 0.1 Elagatis bipinnulata 4 0.5 1 < 0.1 Gerreidae 5 0.6 5 0.1 Eucinostomus spp.
Overall, twelve families were restricted to seagrass habitats: phycid hakes (Phycidae), toadfishes (Batrachiodidae), batfishes (Ogcocephalidae), flyingfishes (Exocoetidae), cardinalfishes (Apogonidae), barracudas (Sphyraenidae), wrasses (Labridae), combtooth blennies (Blenniidae), mackerels (Scombridae), triggerfishes (Balistidae), boxfishes (Ostraciidae), and porcupinefishes (Diodontidae; Table 1).
Larvae of several other generalized percoid families are morphologically similar to Macquaria, including Latidae (Trnski et al., 2000), Microcanthidae (Walker et al., 2000a), Kyphosidae (Walker et al., 2000b), and some Apogonidae (Leis and Rennis, 2000).