Carangidae


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As to the number of species per family, Blenniidae, Carangidae, Haemulidae, Pomacentridae, and Scaridae showed the higher richness, which was also verified by Floeter et al.
Jacks (Carangidae) accounted for ~3% of the entire Peva assemblage.
Genetic structure of round scad mackerel Decapterus macrosoma (Carangidae) in the IndoMalay Archipelago.
Effects of the gill parasite Zeuxapta seriolae (Monogenea: Heteraxinidae) on the ambeijack Seriola dumerili Risso (Teleostei: Carangidae).
The influence of different water temperatures on Neobenedenia girellae (Monogenea) infection, parasite growth, egg production and emerging second generation on amberjack Seriola dumerili (Carangidae) and the histopathological effect of this parasite on fish skin.
A revision of selected genera of the family Carangidae (Pisces) from Australian waters.
mitchilli, Anchovia clupeoides y Cetengraulis edentulus; Carangidae con cuatro especies: Hemicaranx amblyrhynchus, Oligoplites saurus, Selene vomer y Trachinotus falcatus; Centropomidae con tres especies: Centropomus parallelus, C.
Biologia e biometria da palombeta, Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Linnaeus, 1766) (Teleostei: Carangidae), em Fortaleza, Ceara, Brasil.
The primary families include: Acanthuridae, Carangidae, Gerreidae, Holocentridae, Kyphosidae, Labridae, Lethrinidae, Lutjanidae, Mugilidae, Mullidae, Scaridae, and Siganidae.
Reproduccion de Carangoides vinctus (Perciformes: Carangidae) en el Pacifico central mexicano
The families best represented in terms of number of species were: Sciaenidae (29), Haemulidae (16), Carangidae (16), and Serranidae (14).
tol (Fam: Carangidae) in the Northern Arabian Seacoast of Pakistan, 35th Proc.
However, on low gradient reefs, pool size is probably more important than connectivity to the sea or other pools because many such species are schooling or active swimmers (e.g., families Atherinopsidae, Carangidae, Gerreidae, Haemulidae, Mugilidae, and Sparidae).
The rainbow runner belongs to the Carangidae family, and has a circumtropical distribution, occurring in the Atlantic from Bermuda and Massachusetts (USA), southward to northeastern Brazil (FAO, 2002).