Scombroidei

Scombroidei

[skäm′brȯi·dē‚ī]
(vertebrate zoology)
A suborder of fishes in the order Perciformes; all are moderate- to large-sized shore and oceanic fishes having fixed premaxillae.
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However, the losses reported in our study are comparable to those of other pelagic larvae, such as bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) (Z=0.20; Rooker et al., 2007), yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) (Z=0.33; Lang et al., 1994), and members of the suborder Scombroidei, which includes tunas, billfishes, and the barracuda Sphyraena barracuda (Z=0.34; Houde and Zastrow, 1993).
Identification of larval tunas, billfishes and other scombroid fishes (suborder Scombroidei): an illustrated guide, no.
Zalembius rosaceus (Jordan y mojarra rosada I,II,III,IV Gilbert, 1880) FAMILIA LABRIDAE Decodon melasma Gomon, 1974 viejita manchada II Polylepion cruentum vieja sangradora II Gomon, 1977 Semicossyphus pulcher vieja californiana I (Ayres, 1854) SUBORDEN TRACHINOIDEI FAMILIA URANOSCOPIDAE Kathetostoma averruncus miracielo buldog I,II,III,IV Jordan y Bollmann, 1890 SUBORDEN CALLIONYMOIDEI FAMILIA CALLIONYMIDAE Synchiropus atrilabiatus dragoncillo de asta I,II,III,IV (Garman, 1899) SUBORDEN SCOMBROIDEI FAMILIA TRICHIURIDAE Lepidopus fitchi Rosenblatt pez cinto II y Wilson, 1987 Trichiurus nitens sable del Pacifico III,III Garman, 1899.
Reproduction of Scombroid fishes (Pisces: Scombroidei) in western regions of the Atlantic Ocean.
Evolution of cytochrome b in the Scombroidei (Teleostei)--molecular insights into billfish (Istiophoridae and Xiphiidae) relationships.
Evolution of cytochrome b in the Scombroidei (Teleostei): molecular insights into billfish (Istiophoridae and Xiphiidae) relationships.