Carangidae


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Carangidae

[kə′ran·jə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei, including jacks, scads, and pompanos.
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Algunos aspectos de la dinamica poblacional del jurel Caranx hippos (Pisces: Carangidae) en Bocas de Ceniza, Caribe colombiano.
Growth and mortality of larval Atlantic bumper Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Pisces: carangidae) in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
(English Name) Chamoru name Family and species targeted Aguas (mullet) Mugilidae Atulai (bigeye Carangidae; Selar scad, mackerel) crumenopthalmus Achemsom(1) (fusilier) Caesionidae l'e' (jacks) Carangidae; primarily Caranx melampygus Manahak Siganidae; Siganus spinus, (rabbitfish) S.
La familia Carangidae presenta una gran diversidad de especies y habita aguas tropicales y subtropicales de los oceanos Atlantico, Pacifico e Indico, son peces carnivoros que alcanzan tallas grandes y son de alta importancia economica (Allen & Robertson, 1994; Nelson, 2006).
In terms of abundance, the most important families were Haemulidae, Sciaenidae, Carangidae, Ariidae and Serranidae, which also contributed with the greatest number of species and abundance.
6 25 3.74 Carangidae 5 10 12.40 Balistidae 5 15 2.80 Labridae 5 8 1.89 Mullidae 4 7 0.50 Lethrinidae 4 6 5.55 Lutjanus sp.
The most heavily represented family was the Serranidae, followed by the Monacanthidae, Pomacentridae, Labridae, Carangidae, Scorpaenidae, Tetraodontidae, and Chaetodontidae.
Las familias con mayor numero de especies fueron: Carangidae y Sciaenidae con 12 y 10 especies respectivamente; Gerreidae, Haemulidae, Paralichthyidae y Engraulidae aportaron 25 especies (Fig.
The jack mackerel, Trachurus japonicas, is a pelagic fish belonging to Carangidae which is widely distributed on the continental shelf waters along the subtropical Kuroshio Current and the Tsushima Warm Current in the western North Pacific (Zhu et al., 1963).
All parameter estimations were well within the range of those reported in other species of the family Carangidae (Froese & Pauly 2010).