Lutjanidae


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Related to Lutjanidae: Chaetodontidae, Serranidae, Sphyraenidae

Lutjanidae

[lü′chan·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The snappers, a family of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei.
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The result recovered Haemulidae sister to Lethrinidae and was placed in a cluster comprised of families Lutjanidae, Caesionidae, Emmelichthyidae and Monodactylidae, which were consistent with the studies of Tavera et al.
Se resalta a 1996 con la mayor captura (233.43 kg) donde la familia Lutjanidae fue la mas representativa, mientras que el 2000 mostro la menor captura (9 kg) y a partir del 2008 se observa valores que no superaron los 65.5 kg.
To increase the number of observations available for analysis, up to 50 randomly chosen specimens in the 5 families targeted for analysis (Engraulidae, Clupeidae, Scombridae, Sciaenidae, and Lutjanidae) and unidentified and Percoidei larvae were measured at the NMFS laboratory in Pascagoula, Mississippi.
Divers can selectively target a diverse group of highly valued species such as queen conch, Strombus gigas; spiny lobster, Panulirus argus; miscellaneous reef-fish (Labridae, Scaridae, Lutjanidae); and octopus (Octopodidae) with modest capital investments in craft and fishing equipment.
& RUBIO, E., 1992a.--Aspectos sobre crecimiento y ciclo sexual de Lutjanus guttatus (Pisces: Lutjanidae) en Bahia Malaga.
Conversely, these rearrangements have been scarcely identified in Perciformes at a polymorphic stage in Pomacentridae [32], Gobiidae [33, 34], Lutjanidae [35], Apogonidae [36,37], andUranoscopidae [38] or else restricted to a particular taxon like Sparisoma (parrotfishes) [39].
Leis, "Review of the early life history of tropical groupers (Serranidae) and snappers (Lutjanidae)," in Tropical Snappers and Groupers: Biology and Fisheries Management, J.
Arripididae Australian Salmons * * -- -- Carangidae Trevallies * * -- * Elasmobranch Sharks, Skates and Rays * -- * -- Lutjanidae Coral Snappers, Fusiliers * -- * -- Mugilidae Sea Mullets * * -- -- Pleuronectiformes Flatfishes * * -- -- Pomatomidae Tailors * -- -- -- Sciaenidae Mulloways * * -- * Serranidae Rockcods and Seaperches * * * * Sillaginidae Whitings * -- -- * C.
More than 300 fish species have been linked with the incidence of ciguatera among humans, with carnivorous fish including barracuda (Sphyraenidae spp.), parrotfish (Scaridae spp.), moray eels (Muraenidae spp.), Spanish mackerel (Scombridae spp.), and sea perch and snapper (Lutjanidae spp) possibly the most common sources of the toxins (Lehane et al.