Serranidae

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Serranidae

[sə′ran·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei including the sea basses and groupers.
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Where are the little ones: distribution and abundance of the threatened serranid Epinephelus daemelii (Giinther, 1876) in intertidal habitats in New South Wales, Australia.
Hybridization between two serranids, the coney (Cephakpholisfii.
The serranid fish genus Chelidoperca, Boulenger (1895) includes 6 species: Chelidoperca hirundinacea (Valenciennes 1831), C.
Gonad structure and the reproductive cycle of the kelp bass Paralabrax clathratus (Girard), with comments on the relationships of the serranid genus Paralabrax.
However, Fernholm and Wheeler (1983) found that the specimen Linnaeus used as the basis of his description was in fact the Mediterranean serranid Serranus scriba, so Sebastes (Perca) marina became a synonym of Serranus scriba, and the rockfish was left without a type species for reference.
Genetic relationships of the color morphs of the serranid fish Hypoplec-trus unicolor.
The spotted sand bass, Paralabrax maculatofasciatus, is a shallow water serranid that inhabits the bays and lagoons of southern California, Baja California and the Gulf of California.
Review of the Indo-Pacific fishes of the serranid genus Liopropoma, with descriptions of seven new species.
Randall & Heemstra (2006) reviewed the anthiine serranid genus Odontanthias Bleeker, 1873, considering it to include 13 Indo-Pacific species, two of which were new to science, and described a new anthiine genus, Meganthias.