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Percidae

[′pər·sə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of fresh-water actinopterygian fishes in the suborder Percoidei; comprises the true perches.
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A probable reason for the percid dominance in those lakes is the shortage of nutrients, which is in turn related to a low chlorophyll-a content (Holopainen et al.
Early juvenile percids have higher growth rates on a diet of cladocerans and adult copepods compared to nauplii (Mayer and Wahl 1997; Romare 2000; Bremigan et al.
Taxonomy and distribution of the percid fish, Etheostoma stigmaeum (Jordan), with the validation and re-description of Etheostoma davisoni Hay.
lucioperca, percid fish species, is one of the most valuable freshwater carnivorous fish in Europe (Schulz et al.
Sauger (Sander canadensis) is a large predaceous percid fish species that lives in fresh water and is largely associated with cool temperate climates in North America.
Allozyme perspective on genetic variation in a threatened percid fish, the leopard darter (Percina pantherina).
The most common percid observed in Prairie Creek was Etheostoma nigrum.
Systematics of the Percid fishes of the subgenus Ammocrypta, genus Ammocrypta, with descriptions of two new species.
Walleye (Sander vitreus) is a large predaceous North American percid fish, which are common in the mid-western U.
schrenkii), and two outgroup percid taxa (walleye [Sander vitreus] and ruffe [Gymnocephalus cernuus]) by using the computer program CLUSTALX2 (2) (Thompson et al.