serranid


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Related to serranid: Percoidea, serranid fish, Epinephelinae
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Reproductive behaviour of a temperate serranid fish, Paralabrax clathratus (Girard), from Santa Catalina Island, California, U.
Evidence for protogynous hermaphroditism in the serranid fish Epinephelus drummondhayi (Perciformes: Serranidae) from the Campeche Bank in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
The serranid, Caprodon longimanus, drives the planktivores as the most abundant trophic group but its distribution within the island is very limited.
Can Seasonal Variation and Pathology Associated with Helminthes Infecting Two Serranids (Teleostei) of Iskenderun Bay (Northeast Mediterranean Sea) Turkey.
Hybridization between two serranids, the coney (Cephakpholisfii.
The Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus) is a large ([less than or eqaul to]20 kg) tropical western Atlantic serranid, and it is one of the most important commercial fish in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Gulf of Mexico (Jory and Iverson 1989, Colin 1992).
Genetic relationships of the color morphs of the serranid fish Hypoplectrus unicolor.
Similarly, the mean planktonic larval duration of some serranid fishes of the genera Paralabrax, Epinephelus, and Serranus, for example, ranges between 18 and 33 days (McClean, 1999; Macpherson and Raventos, 2006; Allen and Block, 2012), and 3 species of Paralabrax settle to the bottom as larvae between 9.
officinalis was observed in natural habitats to swim toward the surface when approached by the serranid Serranus cabrilla.
Dusky grouper Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe, 1834) is a serranid teleost that inhabits rocky and protected areas, usually in shallow waters, eventually reaching a depth of 200 metres, widely distributed, from the southern coast of Brazil, across the Mediterranean and East Atlantic in the British Islands to South Africa, Azores, Madeira and Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands (Heemstra and Randall, 1993).
Casting the percomoph net widely: the importance of broad taxonomic sampling in the search for the placement of serranid and percid fishes.
The wreckfish is a large-sized serranid that constituted the main target of the hook-and-line fisheries, particularly those established between 100 and 500 m deep south of 30[degrees]S.
Gonad structure and the reproductive cycle of the kelp bass Paralabrax clathratus (Girard), with comments on the relationships of the serranid genus Paralabrax.