Apogonidae


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Apogonidae

[‚ap·ə′gän·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The cardinal fishes, a family of tropical marine fishes in the order Perciformes; males incubate eggs in the mouth.
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Dale, "Intraspecific chromosomal variation in Apogon binotatus (Perciformes: Apogonidae) from the Florida Keys and St.
Tale ben definito e netto effimero dicromatismo sessuale non e stato mai descritto negli Apogonidae. Si suggerisce che questa caratteristica si sia sviluppata in Q.
This fact coupled with the analysis of known distribution and direct development of young leads the author to interesting hypotheses about vicariance of the species and evolution of the Apogonidae.
Prey taxon N 0 M Fish 185 144 1346.0 Acanthuridae 14 13 137.8 Acanthurus nigrofuscus 3 3 11.2 Acanthurus nigroris 2 2 89.8 Zebrasoma flavescens 2 2 18.7 unidentified Acanthuridae 7 6 18.2 Apogonidae 3 3 15.3 unidentified Apogonidae 3 3 15.3 Aulostomidae 6 6 29.4 Aulostomus chinensis 6 6 29.4 Balistidae 3 3 63.5 Xanthichthys auromarginatus 1 1 53.5 unidentified Balistidae 2 2 10.0 Chaetodontidae 6 6 78.6 Chaetodon multicinctus 1 1 16.9 Forcipiger flavissimus 3 3 21.8 Hemitaurichthys polylepis 1 1 24.8 unidentified Chaetodontidae 1 1 15.1 Cirrhitidae 4 4 37.7 Amblycirrhitus bimacula 1 1 4.6 unidentified Cirrhitidae 3 3 33.1 Holocentridae 16 16 52.6 Sargocentron punctatissimum 1 1 4.0 unidentified Holocentrinae 15 15 48.6 Kuhliidae 1 1 17.5 Kuhlia spp.
The biology and taxonomy of the cardinalfish, Sphaeramia orbicularis (Pisces: Apogonidae).
A review of the species in the Apogon fasciatus group with a description of a new species of cardinalfish from the Indo-West Pacific (Perciformes: Apogonidae).
Two new species of the deep-sea cardinalfish genus Epigonus (Perciformes, Apogonidae) from the Hawaiian Islands, with a key to the Hawaiian species.
0 0 0 Syngnathidae Hippocampus erectus 0 0 0 Hippocampus zosterae 0 1 0 Syngnathus floridae 2 7 1 Syngnathus louisianae 0 0 0 Syngnathus scovelli 0 3 6 Serranidae Mycteroperca microlepis 0 0 0 Centropristis striata 0 0 0 Serraniculus pumilio 0 0 0 Serranus subligarius 0 0 0 Apogonidae Astrapogon alutus 0 0 0 Carangidae Caranx hippos 0 0 0 Chloroscombrus chrysurus 0 0 0 Oligoplites saurus 0 0 0 Selene vomer 0 0 0 Lutjanidae Lutjanus griseus 0 0 0 Lutjanus synagris 0 0 0 Gerreidae Eucinostomus gula 0 0 0 Eucinostomus harengulus 0 0 0 Eucinostomus spp.
Sous-ordre des Percoidei (families des Apogonidae, Centrachidae, Centropomidae, Dinolestidae, Glaucosomatidae, Grammatidae, Kuhliidae, Percidae, Percichthyidae, Plesiopidae, Priacanthidae, Pseudochromidae, Teraponidae).
Line Spear Prey families Number % Number % Total Pomacentridae 2 9.5 45 27.3 47 Labridae 11 4.8 36 21.8 37 Clupeidae 11 52.5 20 12.1 31 Caesionidae 1 4.8 11 6.6 12 Synodontidae 2 9.5 8 4.8 10 Scaridae 8 4.8 8 Blenniidae 7 4.2 7 Acanthuridae 1 4.8 5 3.0 6 Apogonidae 6 3.6 6 Serranidae 1 4.8 4 2.4 5 Engraulidae 3 1.8 3 Fistulariidae 2 9.5 1 0.6 3 Gobiidae 2 1.2 2 Balistidae 1 0.6 1 Creedidae 1 0.6 1 Lutjanidae 1 0.6 1 Monacanthidae 1 0.6 1 Nemipteridae 1 0.6 1 Platycephalidae 1 0.6 1 Plesiopidae 1 0.6 1 Scorpaenidae 1 0.6 1 Siganidae 1 0.6 1 Total 21 165 186 No.
The dominant groups of this assemblage were Serranidae, Scaridae, Carangidae, Clupeidae, Apogonidae, Blenniidae, and Labridae.