Ophidiidae


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Ophidiidae

[‚äf·ə′dī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of small actinopterygian fishes in the order Gadiformes, comprising the cusk eels and brotulas.
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Brotukt flaviviridis, a new species of Brotula from Fiji (Teleostei: Ophidiidae: Brotulinae).
New records of 7 cuskeels (Ophidiidae) and brotulas (Bythitidae) in coastal waters of British Columbia, Canada.
Squatinidae Argentine conger Conger orbignianus, Congridae Myrophis punctatus, Ophichthidae Raneya brasiliensis Ophidiidae Argentine croaker Umbrina canosai Sciaenidae Argentine goatfish Mullus argentinae Mullidae Argentine hake Merluccius hubbsi Phycidae Argentine red shrimp Pleoticus muelleri Penaeidae Argentine stiletto Artemesia longinaris Penaeidae shrimp Atlantic bigeye Priacanthus arenatus Priacantidae Banded croaker Paralonchurus brasiliensis Sciaenidae Blue runner Caranx crysos Carangidae Bluewing searobin Prionotus punctatus Triglidae Brazilian codling Urophycis brasiliensis Phycidae Brazilian flathead Percophis brasiliensis Percophidae Codling Urophycis mystacea Phycidae Comb grouper Mycteroperca bonaci, M.
Key words: Acanthonus, Bassozetus, British Columbia, Bythitidae, Cataetyx, Cherublemma, Chilara, Ophidiidae, Porogadus, Spectrunculus
Other taxa that represented over 1% of the overall catch included Cynoscion arenarius (7.5%), Chloroscombrus chrysurus (5.4%), Micropogonias undulatus (4.4%), Brevoortia patronus (3.8%), unidentified Gobiidae (3.6%), unidentified Sciaenidae (2.8%), unidentified Ophidiidae (2.5%), Symphurus spp.
Estudio del genero Genypterus (congrios) en aguas chilenas (Pisces: Ophidiidae).
Ontogenetic evidence supporting a relationship between Brotulotaenia and Lamprogrammus (Ophidiiformes: Ophidiidae) based on the morphology of exterilium and rubaniform larvae.
tl.), Ophidiidae (Brotula barbata Schneider, 1801, 252 mm l.
Do striped cusk-eels Ophidion marginaturn (Ophidiidae) produce the "chatter" sound attributed to weakfish Cynoscion regalis (Sciaenidae)?
Estimation of body size using morphometric relationships of head bones, pectoral fin bones and bony precaudal distance in Raneya brasiliensis (Kaup, 1856) (Pisces, Ophidifformes, Ophidiidae) in Patagonian waters.
empusa y Squilla rugosa) y Penaeidae (Farfantepenaeus spp.), contrario a los resultados obtenidos por De Nogales (1974), quien encontro que las principales presas correspondieron a peces: Ophidiidae (Lepophidium), Haemulidae (Haemulon), Clupeidae (Harengula), Engraulidae (Anchoa) y algunos crustaceos: Squillidae (Squilla y Alima) y Portunidae (Portunus y Callinectes).