Haemulon aurolineatum


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Noun1.Haemulon aurolineatum - found off the West Indies and FloridaHaemulon aurolineatum - found off the West Indies and Florida
grunt - medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter grunting sounds when caught
genus Haemulon, Haemulon - type genus of the Haemulidae
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Crecimiento, mortalidad naturaly madurez sexual del cuji, Haemulon aurolineatum (Cuvier y Valenciennes, 1830) (Teleostei: Haemulidae) del sureste de la isla de Margarita (Tesis Pregrado).
HELMINTH INFRACOMMUNITY OF Haemulon aurolineatum Cuvier, 1830 (Haemulidae) FROM THE GULF OF CARIACO, VENEZUELA
5 0 Haemulon aurolineatum 0 1 0 1 7 Haemulon carbonarium 0 0 11 0 1 Haemulon flavolineatum 4 3 0 10 5.
024 15,74 132,89 Total Haemulon plumieri 927 14,25 119,43 Total Ocyurus chrysurus 820 12,60 325,28 Total Caranx crysos 762 11,71 147,39 Total Caranx latus 259 3,98 223,45 Total Caranx ruber 246 3,78 57,8 Total Comberomorus maculatus 180 2,77 113,35 Total Haemulon aurolineatum 171 2,63 14,55 Total Sparisoma viride 137 2,11 49,4 Total Haemulon flavolineatum 135 2,07 16,75 Especie % de peso Promedio total talla Total Lutjanus synagris 4,85 23,06 Total Haemulon plumieri 4,36 24,10 Total Ocyurus chrysurus 11,87 36,80 Total Caranx crysos 5,38 27,12 Total Caranx latus 8,15 41,94 Total Caranx ruber 2,11 31,37 Total Comberomorus maculatus 4,14 51,77 Total Haemulon aurolineatum 0,53 16,44 Total Sparisoma viride 1,80 26,94 Total Haemulon flavolineatum 0,61 17,39 Fuente: elaboracion propia.
Haemulon aurolineatum (ronco gris / tomtate grunt): se caracteriza por la presencia de una mancha oscura a cada lado del pedunculo caudal.
Distribution, abundance, and age and growth of tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum, along the southeastern United States.
Of the 2,805 individuals used for bait, the species caught and used most often were chub mackerel, Scomber japonicus (29%); pinfish, Lagodon rhomboides (20%); and tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum (16%).
The most abundant species was Diplodus argenteus, followed by Haemulon aurolineatum, Stephanolepis hispidus and Abudefduf saxatilis.