Etropus


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The VA WEA had higher proportions of spotted hake (Urophycis regia), Prionotus spp., Etropus spp., Pagrus spp., gastropods, bivalves, and brachyuran crabs (Fig.
Fringed flounder (Etropus crossotus) (total n = 8) were captured in June and September 2005 with 4 individuals being collected in each month.
The eggs of blackcheek tonguefish (Symphurus plagiusa), small-mouth flounder (Etropus microstomus), and butterfish (Peprilus triacanthus) were smallest on average; each species had one egg with a measured diameter of 0.57 mm.
The Peruvian flounder Etropus peruvianus (Paralichthyidae) occurs in the East Pacific, from Baja California to Peru, including the Gulf of California (Van der Heiden, 2010; Lopez-Martinez et al., 2012; Del MoralFlores et al., 2013), where it is identified as a component of the Sinuscalifornian, Mexican, and Panamic provinces.
48 21 Ophidiidae 0 29 7 34 Lepophidium profundorum 7 5 Gobiidae 3 6 3 6 Paralichthyidae 1 62 217 135 Citharichthys arctifrons 14 0 Etropus spp.
comm.); and fringed flounder Etropus crossotus (Jordan & Gilbert, 1882), Atlantic stingray Dasyatis sabina (Lesueur, 1824), star drum Stellifer lanceolatus (Holbrook, 1855), southern stingray Dasyatis americana (Hildebrand & Schroeder, 1928), and southern kingfish Menticirrhus americanus (Linnaeus, 1758) in Georgia (James Page, pers.
(Unindentified larvae) I Coryphopterus glaucofraenum Gill, 1863 PR Ctenogobius boleosoma PR (Jordan & Gilbert, 1882) Ctenogobius saepepallens O (Gilbert & Randall, 1968) Gobiosoma hemigymnum PR (Eigenmann & Eigenmann, 1888) Acanthuridae Acanthurus bahianus Castelnau, 1855 O Acsnthurus chirurgus (Bloch, 1787) O Psralichthyidae Etropus longimanus Norman, 1933 T Tetrsodontidae Sphoeroides greeleyi (Gilbert, 1900) T
47 11.6 0.079 Muraenidae Gymnothorax ocellatus 1 122.3 0.005 Ophichthidae Ophichthus gomesii Paralichthyidae Citharichthys arenaceus 40 542.3 0.358 Citharichthys macrops Citharichthys 78 1654.4 1.551 spilopterus Etropus crossotus 7 72.9 0.022 Paralichthys 1 68.3 0.003 patagonicas Polynemidae Polydactylus virginicus 7 518.8 0.129 Pomatomidae Pomatomus saltatrix 1 58.4 0.002 Pristigasteridae Pellona harroweri 1 21.7 0.001 Sciacnidac Bairdiella ronchas Ctenosciaena 2 12.5 0.003 gracilicirrhus Cynoscion jamaicensis Cynoscion leiarchus Cynoscion 6 32.2 0.007 microlepidotus Cynoscion sp.
Al norte resaltan las especies de afinidad templada; mientras que en el sur sobresalen las especies tipicas del POT como la vaca angelita (Bellator loxias), el sapo de luto (Porichthys analis), el lenguado frenton (Citharichthys platophrys), el lenguado playero (Syacium latifrons), el lenguado zapatilla (Etropus peruvianus), la corvina picuda Cynoscion phoxocephalus y otras.
No significant differences in b values were observed for 35% of the species: Genidens barbus, Notarius luniscutis, Bairdiella ronchus and Chaetodipterus faber from Bertioga Channnel and Santos Bay, Diapterus rhombeus, Isopisthus parvipinnis and Chilomycterus spinosus from the bay and inner continental shelf, and for Harengula clupeola, Prionotus punctatus, Pomadasys corvinaeformis and Etropus crossotus from Bertioga Channel and the continental shelf.
Al norte sobresalieron especies de afinidad templada, mientras que en el sur predominaron especies tipicas del Pacifico Oriental Tropical POT como la vaca angelita (Bellator loxias), el sapo de luto (Porichthys analis), el lenguado zapatilla (Etropus peruvianus), el puerco inicornio Aluterus monoceros, el lenguado leopardo del Pacifico Bothus leopardinus, el serrano mexicano Diplectrum macropoma y otras (Cuadro 1).
nothus, Larimus fasciatus, labrids, and Etropus crossotus) were collected during the same period, but inclusive of the early spring months (March-April).