sea chub

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Related to Kyphosidae: Sphyraenidae, sea chub, Girella nigricans

sea chub:

see rudderfishrudderfish
or sea chub,
common name for members of the family Kyphosidae, small-mouthed fishes of warm seas throughout the world. Rudderfishes commonly follow vessels (whence their name), scavenging on refuse. Best known is the Bermuda chub, averaging 3 to 4 lb (1.
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Balistidae Triggerfishes Cheilodactylidae Morwongs -- * * -- Diodontidae Porcupine fishes Kyphosidae Drummers -- -- * Latridae Trumpeters -- * -- -- Moridae Morid Cods -- -- -- -- Odacidae Weed Whitings -- -- * -- Plotosidae Eeltail Catfishes -- * -- -- Scorpaenidae Scorpionsihes Family/Class WL/MB4/CC BR/CS SL/CY RNP/KP A.
Taxonomic status of Doydixodon laevifrons (Tschudi, 1846) (Osteichthyes: Kyphosidae)
In general, the number of taxa at the family level did not increase, with the exception of a single Kyphosidae (sea chub) specimen (raising the total number from 19 to 20).
Snappers V Lutjanus apodus Schoolmaster snapper Sn Lutjanus jocu Dog snapper V Sn Lutjanus vivanus Silk snapper L Ocyurus chrysurus Yellowtail snapper V Sn Haemulidae Haemulon album White margate P Mullidae Pseudupeneus maculatus Spotted goatfish V T Kyphosidae Kyphosus sp.
Acondicionamiento de reproductores, desove y cultivo larval de Graus nigra (Philippi, 1887) (Kyphosidae: Girellinae).
Larvae of several other generalized percoid families are morphologically similar to Macquaria, including Latidae (Trnski et al., 2000), Microcanthidae (Walker et al., 2000a), Kyphosidae (Walker et al., 2000b), and some Apogonidae (Leis and Rennis, 2000).
Unidentifed porgy 107 Lagodon rhomboides Pinfish Sciaenidae, Drums 108 Cynoscion nebulosus Spotted seatrout Mullidae, Goatfishes 109 Mulloidichthys martinicus Yellow goatfish 110 Pseudupeneus maculatus Spotted goatfish Kyphosidae, Sea chubs 111 Kyphosus incisor Yellow chub 112 Kyphosus sectatrix Bermuda chub 113 Kyphosus spp.
Conducta alimenticia, supervivencia y crecimiento de juveniles silvestres de Graus nigra Philippi, 1887 en cautiverio (Perciformes: Kyphosidae).
Opaleye (Girella nigricans) and halfmoon (Medialuna californiensis) are herbivorous sea chubs (Perciformes: Kyphosidae) that occupy an ecologically important role in kelp forests off southern and Baja California.
crocodilus fodiator (1) Belonidae A 17 Fistularia commersonii (2) Fistulariidae J 18 Syngnathu sauliscus (2) Syngnathidae J 19 Lobotes pacificus (3) Lobotidae J and A 20 Mulloidichthys dentatus (2) Mullidae J 21 Sectator ocyurus (3) Kyphosidae A 22 Parapsettus panamensis (2) Ephippidae J 23 Hypsoblennius breviceps (2) Blenniidae ?
Volume 12 (Fowler, 1933) dealt with Banjosidae, Lethrinidae, Sparidae, Girellidae, Kyphosidae, Oplegnathidae, Gerreidae, Mullidae, Emmelichthyidae, Sciaenidae, Sillaginidae, Arripidae, and Enoplosidae.
The next most abundant family of fishes was Kyphosidae (accounting for 18% of total abundance), followed by Carangidae and Serranidae, each comprised 10% of the total abundance.