Carangidae


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Related to Carangidae: family Carangidae, carangids
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Noun1.Carangidae - large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Perciformes, order Percomorphi, Perciformes, Percomorphi - one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses; tuna
carangid, carangid fish - a percoid fish of the family Carangidae
Caranx, genus Caranx - type genus of the Carangidae
jack - any of several fast-swimming predacious fishes of tropical to warm temperate seas
Elagatis, genus Elagatis - a genus of Carangidae
genus Oligoplites, Oligoplites - leatherjackets
Alectis, genus Alectis - a genus of Carangidae
genus Selene, Selene - a genus of Carangidae
genus Seriola, Seriola - a genus of Carangidae
genus Trachinotus, Trachinotus - a genus of Carangidae
genus Naucrates, Naucrates - a genus of Carangidae
scad - any of a number of fishes of the family Carangidae
genus Trachurus, Trachurus - the scads (particularly horse mackerels)
genus Selar, Selar - big-eyed scad
Decapterus, genus Decapterus - scads especially mackerel scad; cosmopolitan in distribution
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Apparent prevalence of Nodavirus within the different fish families showed that the Sparidae and the Carangidae families present a great susceptibility to the virus (with a detection rate of approximately 92% and 60%, respectively).
The families best represented in terms of number of species were: Sciaenidae (29), Haemulidae (16), Carangidae (16), and Serranidae (14).
The following researchers reviewed the Carangidae key: Don Buth, Craig Campbell, Dario Diehl, Rick Feeney, Robin Gartman, Pete Major, Jim Mann, Mike Mengel, Julianne Passarelli, Terra Petry, Bill Power, Jim Rounds, and Fred Stem.
Fish belonging to Carangidae and his tribe clustered so that its size reaches 15 cm and 25 cm.
In Brazil, studies focused on the description of the sagitta otolith being: Sciaenidae (CORREA; VIANA, 1992), Carangidae (ABILHOA; CORREA, 1992), Gerreidae (LEMOS et al.
Cuero (Pez) Co, Fl: Oligoplites palometa, Carangidae.
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.
X PRIACANTHIDAE Pristigenys serrula X APOGONIDAE Apogon retrosella X CARANGIDAE Carangidae spp.
Figura 1 Pesquerias riberenas en el sistema lagunar BMA y aguas aledanas Pesqueria Especies aprovechadas Almeja catarina Argopecten circularis Escama Peces de las familias Serranidae (cabrillas), Sciaenidae (curvinas), Malacanthidae (pierna), Carangidae (jureles).
Os autores ressaltam ainda que peixes das familias Carangidae, Scombridae, Trichiuridae e Clupeidae sao frequentes nos desembarques dos cercos na Ilha Anchieta, representando 33, 28, 22 e 6% das capturas, respectivamente.
La familia Carangidae es uno de los grupos de peces de mayor importancia economica en las pesquerias tropicales y subtropicales del mundo (1, 2).
1822) Carangidae Oligoplites saurus CIUA 15 ROMAN-VALENCIA & ACERO, 1992.