Pomadasyidae

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Pomadasyidae

[‚pō·mə·də′sī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The grunts and sweetlips, a family of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei.
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(2009), analysing the Haemulidae family, highlight that they perform movements on the order of 100-300 m, and that this is an important mechanism for transferring nutrients and organic matter across habitat boundaries.
Relacao peso-comprimento de Orthopristis ruber (Cuvier, 1830) (Teleostei, Haemulidae) na Baia de Sepetiba, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Por otra parte, se observo la presencia de peces en estadio juvenil, principalmente de las familias Scaridae, Haemulidae, Labridae, Lutjanidae, Pomacentridae y Acanthuridae, lo que sugiere que el parque de Xel-Ha esta funcionando como una zona de crianza.
Las tres familias con el mayor numero de especies dentro de los nuevos registros fueron: Carangidae (7), Scianidae (7) y Haemulidae (4).
Food and feeding of the tomatate, Haemulon aurolineatum (Pisces, Haemulidae), in the South Atlantic Bight.
Induccion al desove, Desarrollo embrionario, y larval de corocoro rayao Haemulon bonariense Cuvier, 1830 (Pisces: Haemulidae).
The painted sweetlips (Diagramma pictum (Thunberg, 1792)), is a member of the family Haemulidae and is widely distributed throughout the Indo-West Pacific, from the Red Sea and East Africa to Japan and New Caledonia (Randall et al., 1997).
Las familias mejor representadas fueron: Sciaenidae (21), Paralichthydae (11), Haemulidae y Serranidae (10 cada uno).
The families best represented in terms of number of species were: Sciaenidae (29), Haemulidae (16), Carangidae (16), and Serranidae (14).
The fish families with larger number of species were Dactyloscopidae (19 taxa), Labrisomidae (16), Tripterygiidae (8), Haemulidae, Chaenopsidae, and Gobiesocidae (7 taxa each one).
The first category of fish were dominated by shallow species such as Ocyurus chrysurus (59.8%), Lutjanus analis (7.8%), and several grunts (Haemulidae), whereas E.
Los palangres tienen un promedio de 50 anzuelos (tipo J10, J12 y J14 fundamentalmente) y usan como carnada especies de bajo costo capturadas por las redes, como morenas (Muraenidae), roncos (Haemulidae) y carangidos (Carangidae).