Haemulidae


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Related to Haemulidae: Chaetodontidae, Labridae, Pomacentridae, Sciaenidae
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Noun1.Haemulidae - grunts
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
grunt - medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter grunting sounds when caught
genus Haemulon, Haemulon - type genus of the Haemulidae
Anisotremus, genus Anisotremus - a genus of Haemulidae
genus Orthopristis, Orthopristis - a genus of Haemulidae
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Number of Family Common name species Opistognathidae jawfishes 1 Priacanthidae bigeyes 2 Holocentridae squirrelfishes 1 Pomacanthidae angelfishes 5 Balistidae triggerfishes 3 Pomacentridae damselfishes 5 Labridae wrasses 7 Serranidae sea basses and groupers 23 Chaetodontidae butterflyfishes 3 Malacanthidae tilefishes 2 Sparidae porgies 6 Acanthuridae surgeonfishes 3 Haemulidae grunts 4 Lutjanidae snappers 7 Scaridae parrotfishes 4 Tetraodontidae puffers 2 Mullidae goatfishes 2 Muraenidae morays 2 Carangidae jacks 6 Sphyraenidae barracudas 1 Scombridae mackerels 1 Mean Mean Probability duration number of of being Family (s) individuals seen in video Opistognathidae 504 22 1.
Silk snapper Lutjanus vivanus Longtail bass Hemanthias leptus Dusky shark Carcharhinus obscurus Bigeye sixgill shark Hexanchus nakamurai Atlantic croaker Micropogonias undulatus Smooth puffer Lagocephalus laevigatus Largescale lizardfish Saurida brasiliensis Atlantic spadefish Chaetodipterus faber Hardhead catfish Arius felis Grunt (family) Haemulidae Goldface tilefish Caulolatilus chrysops Southern stingray Dasyatis americana Cusk-eel (family) Ophidiidae Barracuda (genus) Sphyraena sp.
Juveniles of these two grunts species are also dominant in barrier reef lagoons in Belize (Sedberry and Carter 1993), while newly settled Haemulidae are among the most abundant species found in the backreef embayments of nearby St.
As an example of the scientific value of these watercolors and sketches, see following accounts of Haemulon macrostomum under Haemulidae and Masturus lanceolatus under Molidae.