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Synonyms for Rypticus

a genus of fish of the family Serranidae, including soapfishes

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The single color plate has a Roman numeral W at the far upper right that may have been handwritten; it depicts the same species (Pomoxis nigro-maculatus and Rypticus maculatus), as does Plate VI in the 1855 edition, but it lacks the initials JHR, and in view of the major differences in the two plates was probably drawn by another artist.
On the other hand, Rypticus randalli, Cathorops spixii, 2 pristegasterids and 3 sciaenids were only captured at night (Table 1).
45 45 SERRANIDAE Rypticus randalli -- 48 48 GOBIIDAE Ctenogobius shufeldti -- 2 2 BATRACHOIDIDAE Porichthys porosissimus (Cuvier, 1829) -- 1 1 EPHIPPIDAE Chaetodipterus faber (Broussonet, 1782) -- 1 1 OPHICTHIDAE Ophichthus gomesu (Castelnau, 1855) -- 1 1 ACHIRIDAE Achirus lineatus -- 1 1 PARALICHTHYIDAE Citharichthys arenaceus Evermann and 4 4 8 Marsh, 1900 Citharichthys spilopterns Gunther, 1862 4 -- 4 Citharichthys sp.
Erstnachweise fur die Bermuda werden von 24 Arten dokumentiert, wahrend funf Arten wieder gestrichen werden, da ihre angeblichen Nachweise auf Fehlbestimmung beruhten, namlich: Carcharodon carcharias, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus, Rypticus subbrnatus, Clepticus parrae und Electric pisonis.
Les premiers releves des Bermudes signalent 24 especes, mais cinq autres, Carcharodon carcharias, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus, Rypticus subbifrenatus, Clepticus parrae et Eleotris pisonis sont ecartees suite a des identifications erronees.
E documentata per la prima volta la presenza di 24 specie, ma altre cinque, Carcharodon carcharias, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus, Rypticus subbifrenatus, Clepticus parrae et Electric pisoni, sulla base di errori di identificazione, vengono rimosse.
Maretski & Del Castillo (1967) found that guppies and small reef fishes died within three to five minutes when immersed in water with a strong concentration of the mucus of Rypticus saponaceus.
1971) reported on the chemical properties of the skin toxin, termed grammistin, the histology of the glands that produce it, and its presence in species of the following genera of serranid fishes: Aulacocephalus, Diploprion, Grammistes, Grammistops, Pogonoperca, and Rypticus.
They placed Grammistes, Pogonoperca, Rypticus, and Grammistops with Pseudogramma and three related genera that do not produce grammistin in the tribe Grammistini.
Unidentified grouper Grammistidae, Soapfishes 44 Rypticus saponaceus Greater soapfish Priacanthidae, Bigeyes 45 Priacanthus arenatus Bigeye 46 N.
Six species classified as rare in 1995 were uncommon (Prionurus laticlavius, Apogon dovii, Cirrhitus rivulatus, Gerres cinereus and Rypticus bicolor) or common (Hoplopagrus guntheri) in 2006.
94), especialmente Cephalopholis fulva, Rypticus saponaceus, Lutjanus apodus, L.