Malacanthidae


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Synonyms for Malacanthidae

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Existen numerosos trabajos taxonomicos sobre la distribucion geografica y el valor comercial de las especies de la familia Malacanthidae, entre ellas Malacanthus plumieri (Bloch 1786) (e.g.
Estructura de la macrofauna de invertebrados presente en los nidos del pez Malacanthus plumieri (Bloch, 1786) (Perciformes: Malacanthidae) en la bahia de Nenguange, Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, Mar Caribe colombiano.
The Gulf of Mexico reef fish bottom longline fishery is a Federal fishery that uses bottom longlines to target red grouper, Epinephelus morio; gag grouper, Mycteroperca microlepis; scamp, Mycteroperca phenax; and tilefish, Malacanthidae. Some bycatch data are available for this fishery: an observer program was in place prior to 1995, and logbooks are required under the fishery management plan.
The Indo-Pacfic genus Hoplolatilus belongs to the circumtropical family Malacanthidae and contains elongate, cigar-shaped fishes that occur over silt, sand, or rubble bottoms at depths to at least 85 m.
Peces oseos comerciales del Parque Gorgona, Pacifico colombiano (Osteichthyes: Muraenesocidae, Hemiramphidae, Belonidae, Scorpaenidae, Triglidae, Malacanthidae, Gerreidae, Sparidae, Kyphosidae, Sphyraenidae e Istiophoridae).
Hamlets V Hypoplectrus puella Barred hamlet V Serranus tigrinus Harlequin bass V Cephalopholis cruentatus Graysby V Cephalopholis fulvus Coney V P Epinephelus guttatus Red hind V P Epinephelus mystacinus Misty grouper L Mycteroperca rubra Comb grouper D Mycteroperca tigirs Tiger grouper Sn Paranthias furcifer Creolefish V P Rypticus saponaceus Greater soapfish V Malacanthidae Malacanthus plumieri Sand tilefish V P Carangidae Elagatis bipinnulata Rainbow runner P Seriola sp.
Typical demersal fishes found in the same hauls include Paralichthyidae, Triglidae, Anthiinae, Ophichthidae, Aulopidae, Ogcocephalidae and Malacanthidae.