Engraulidae


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Related to Engraulidae: Clupeidae, anchovies

Engraulidae

[‚en′grȯl·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The anchovies, a family of herringlike fishes in the suborder Clupoidea.
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The families Scombridae, Clupeidae, Engraulidae, Coryphaenidae, which include tuna, sardine, mackerel and abalone, are the most implicated in this food poisoning because of their high content of amino acid histidine which is considered the precursor of the histamine.
Este grupo incluyo a especies depredadoras de camarones y peces (familias Auchenipteridae, Achiridae, Ariidae, Batrachoididae, Carangidae, Centropomidae, Characidae, Clupeidae, Dasyatidae, Engraulidae y Pimelodidae), a especies detritivoras (familias Curimatidae, Prochilodontidae, Loricariidae y Pimelodidae), a una especie algivora (Myleus sp.
6%) evidenciando un alto grado de canibalismo, siguiendole en importancia la familia Engraulidae (24.
Based on samples collected throughout the BMLC in October, March, June, and July/August of 1973-1974, Castro-Barrera (1975) identified larvae of 32 teleost families with Gobiidae and, to a far lesser extent Engraulidae, present in greatest abundance.
Among the 37 families, Carangidae had more than 10 species, Sciaenidae had seven species, Clupeidae, Engraulidae, and Leiognathidae each had four species, and Lutjanidae and Pomadasyidae each had two species.
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 constitution by other families was comparatively less ( less than 3%) with Engraulidae (2.
punctifer Sorubim lima BELONIFORMES Belonidae Strongylura marina CLUPEIFORMES Engraulidae Anchoviella iheringi Anchovia surinamensis Pterengraulis atherinoides CYPRINODONTIFORMES Anablepidae Anableps anableps PERCIFORMES Centropomidae Centropomus parallelus Cichlidae Cichlasoma orientale * Crenicichla sp.
The community was diverse but numerically dominated by the taxa Engraulidae and Microgobius meeki in both rivers and at both depths, the former being principally at the pre-flexion stage and the latter in post-flexion.
Leptocottus armatus ENGRAULIDAE Anchoa compressa Anchoa delicatissima Engraulis mordax FUNDULIDAE Fundulus parvipinnis GIRELLIDAE Girella nigricans GOBIIDAE Acanthogobius flavimanus Clevelandia ios Clenogobius sagittula Gillichthys mirabilis Ilypnus gilberti Lepidogobius lepidus Quietula y-cauda MUGILIDAE Mugil spp.