Callionymidae


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Most courtship and spawning behavior observations within the Callionymidae stem from captive observations (Holt 1898; Wilson 1978; Takita & Okamoto 1979; Takita et al.
Annotated checklist of the dragonet families Callionymidae and Draconettidae (Teleostei: Cal-lionymoidei), with comments on callionymid fish classification.
When the larvae were evaluated, the family Engraulidae was the dominant family (88%) just like in the eggs, and was followed by Clupeidae (4%), Gobiidae (2%), Sparidae (2%) family and other families which were found less than 1% (Myctophidae, Syngnathidae, Merlucciidae, Cepolidae, Carangidae, Callionymidae, Blenniidae, Mugilidae, Bothidae and Soleidae) (Fig.
Revision of the genus Synchiropus (Teleostei: Callionymidae).
splendidus to known larvae of other Callionymidae. Developmental characters may be of value in future phylogenetic investigations of callionymid fishes.
Zalembius rosaceus (Jordan y mojarra rosada I,II,III,IV Gilbert, 1880) FAMILIA LABRIDAE Decodon melasma Gomon, 1974 viejita manchada II Polylepion cruentum vieja sangradora II Gomon, 1977 Semicossyphus pulcher vieja californiana I (Ayres, 1854) SUBORDEN TRACHINOIDEI FAMILIA URANOSCOPIDAE Kathetostoma averruncus miracielo buldog I,II,III,IV Jordan y Bollmann, 1890 SUBORDEN CALLIONYMOIDEI FAMILIA CALLIONYMIDAE Synchiropus atrilabiatus dragoncillo de asta I,II,III,IV (Garman, 1899) SUBORDEN SCOMBROIDEI FAMILIA TRICHIURIDAE Lepidopus fitchi Rosenblatt pez cinto II y Wilson, 1987 Trichiurus nitens sable del Pacifico III,III Garman, 1899.
43 18 Callionymidae Paradiplogrammus bairdi 123 0 Carangidae All species 20 2 Chaetodontidae Chaetodon capistratus 25 1 Chaetodon ocellatus 5 0 Cynoglossidae Symphurus spp.
0.18 0.16 0.14 0.08 Lagodon rhomboides 0.06 Sciaenidae Cynoscion nothus 0.04 Cynoscion regalis 0.06 Larimus fasciatus 0.19 Leiostomus xanthurus 2.27 Menticirrhus americanus 0.07 Stellifer laceolatus Mullidae Upeneus parvus Mugilidae Mugil cephalus 0.18 Mugil curema 0.01 0.02 Labridae Halichoeres bivittatus 0.02 Xyrichtys novacula 0.01 Scaridae Scaridae 0.03 Uranoscopidae Kathetostoma albigutta 0.01 Dactylosco- Dactyloscopus pidae moorei 0.80 0.17 2.09 0.80 Blenniidae Chasmodes/ Parablennius marmoreus 0.04 Hypleurochilus geminatus 0.04 0.01 Parablennius marmoreus 0.02 Callionymidae Diplogrammus pauciradiatus 0.07 Gobiidae Microgobius spp.
The most abundara fish larvae were the Gobiidae followed by the Callionymidae, Clupeidae and Tetraodontidae.
moorei) Dactyloscopidae type 2 X Dactyloscopidae type 3 X Callionymidae Diplogrammus pauciradiatus Dpau X Scombridae Euthynnus alletteratus X Scomberomorus cavalla X Scomberomorus maculatus X Auxis rochei Aroc X Scomber japonicus X Stromateidae Ariomma sp.
Diet composition and feeding habits of larvae of two co-occurring species (Pisces: Callionymidae and Bothidae) in the Northwestern Mediterranean.
This assemblage was dominated by mesopelagic fish belonging to Myctophidae, Sternoptychidae, Bregmacerotidae, Phosichthyidae, and Paralepididae, but also by the coral-reef-associated fish, such as Serranidae, Carangidae, Mullidae, Pomacanthidae, Apogonidae, and Callionymidae.
Las muestras estuvieron dominadas numericamente por larvas de sardinas y arenques (Clupeidae, 25.0%), anchovetas (Engraulidae, 18.4%), labrisomidos (Labrisomidae, 14.8%), calionimidos (Callionymidae, 6.6%), y mojaras (Gerreidae, 4.6%).