Centropomidae


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Noun1.Centropomidae - a family of fish or the order Perciformes including robalos
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
robalo - a kind of percoid fish
Centropomus, genus Centropomus - type genus of the Centropomidae: snooks
snook - large tropical American food and game fishes of coastal and brackish waters; resemble pike
Latinae - a subfamily of the family Centropomidae
genus Lates, Lates - a genus of large percoid fishes of fresh and brackish water
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Family (14) Species (23) (1) Mormyridae 1-Mormyrus caschive 2-Mormyrus bebe 3-Mormyrus cyprinoids (2) Mochokidae 1-Synodontis schall (3) Bagridae 1-Bagrus bayad 2-Bagrus domac 3-Chrysichthys auratus 4-Auchenoglanis occidentals (4) characidae 1-Alestes dentex 2-Hydrocynus forskalli 3-Alestes nurse (5) Citharinidae 1-Disticodus niloticus (6) Schilbeidae 1-Schilbe mystus (7) Cyprinidae 1-labeo niloticus 2-Labeo horii 3-Barbus bynii (8) Cichlidae 1-Oreochromis niloticus (9) Clariidae 1-Clarias lazera (10) Protopteridae 1-Protopterus aethiopicus (11) Centropomidae 1-Lates niloticus (12) Tetraodontidae 1-Tetraodon lineatus (13)Malapteroidae Malapteroidae 1-Malapterurus electricus (14) Osteoglossidae 1-Heterotis niloticus Table 2: Showed fish production in months of summer 2014.
Calva Co, Cl: Centropomus parallelus, Centropomidae.
Anacanthini, Allotriognathi, Heterostomata, Berycomorphi, Percomorphi: families Kuhliidae, Apogonidae, Plesiopidae, Pseudoplesiopidae, Priacanthidae, Centropomidae.
Synbranchidae Symbranchus marmoratus Centropomidae Centropomus spp.
En el Oceano Atlantico se distribuyen seis especies de la familia Centropomidae y en el Oceano Pacifico estan registradas otras seis especies (Castro-Aguirre et al.
Familia Especie Referencia Acipenseridae Acipenser gueldenstaedti 20 Huso huso 20 Anguilidae Anguilla anguilla 21 Bagridae Pseudobagrus ichikawai 22 Bothidae Paralichthys dentatus 23 Carangidae Seriola quinqueradiata 24, 7 Centropomidae Centropomus undecimalis 25, 26 Centropomus parallelus 27 Lates calcalifer 28 Channidae Channa striatus 29 Channa punctatus 30 Chanos chanos 31 Polydactylus sexfilis 32 Characidae Brycon cephalus 33, 34 Brycon sinuensis 35 Brycon moorei 36 Brycon orbygnianus 37, 38, 34 Brycon lundii 39 Brycon insignis 40 Brycon amazonicus 41, 42 Cichlidae Oreochromis mossambicus 43, 44 Oreochromis sp (Flor.
Es poco probable que las especies endemicas sean recurrentes en este ecosistema, debido a que los fondos lodosos y arenosos tienen menos elementos endemicos en comparacion con los fondos rocosos, observandose que las familias restringidas a estos habitats son: Scianidae, Rhinobatidae, Urolophidae, Clupeidae, Engraulidae, Achiridae, Mugilidae, Gerreidae y Centropomidae (Castro-Aguirre et al.
Este grupo incluyo a especies depredadoras de camarones y peces (familias Auchenipteridae, Achiridae, Ariidae, Batrachoididae, Carangidae, Centropomidae, Characidae, Clupeidae, Dasyatidae, Engraulidae y Pimelodidae), a especies detritivoras (familias Curimatidae, Prochilodontidae, Loricariidae y Pimelodidae), a una especie algivora (Myleus sp.
Nombre Familia Genero Especie vulgar Lutjanidae Lutjanus Lutjanus synagris Pargo chino Carangidae Caranx Caranx hippos Jurel Caranx crysos Cojinua Chloroscombrus Chloroscombrus chrysurus Casabito Trachinotus Trachinotus falcatus Pampano Selene Selene vomer Jorobado Scombridae Euthinnus Euthinnus alletteratus Bonito Scomberomorus Scomberomorus maculatus Sierra Megalopidae Tarpon Tarpon atlanticus Sabalo Centropomidae Centropomus Centropomus undecimales Robalo Rachycentridae Rachycentron Rachycentron canadum Bacalao Sphyraenidae Sphyraena Sphyraena guachancho Juancho Ariidae Bagre Bagre marinus Barbudo pluma Bagre bagre Barbudo blanco Cathorops Cathorops sp.
Centropomidae, a fish family widely distributed from southern Florida (Gulf of Mexico) to southern Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul State) (CERQUEIRA, 2005), have opportunistic habits since they feed on what is available in the environment.
surinamensis (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) Perciformes Centropomidae Centropomus CIUA 284 ROMAN-VALENCIA & ACERO, 1992.