Istiophoridae


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Noun1.Istiophoridae - sailfishesIstiophoridae - sailfishes; spearfishes; marlins  
fish family - any of various families of fish
Scombroidea, suborder Scombroidea - mackerels; tunas; albacores; bonitos; swordfishes; sailfishes
sailfish - large pelagic game fish having an elongated upper jaw and long dorsal fin that resembles a sail
genus Istiophorus, Istiophorus - type genus of the Istiophoridae
billfish - giant warm-water game fish having a prolonged and rounded toothless upper jaw
genus Tetrapturus, Tetrapturus - a genus of Istiophoridae
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Los individuos de Copaca 1 optaron por un gran numero de peces de tamanos medianos y escasos individuos de grandes dimensiones como Istiophoridae y Xiphias gladius.
X Auxis thazard X Scomber japonicus X Euthynnus lineatus X TRICHIURIDAE Lepidopus fitchi X ISTIOPHORIDAE Tetrapturus audax X PARALICHTHYIDAE Cyclopsetta panamensis X Etropus crossotus X Syacium spp.
Migration patterns of Istiophoridae in the Pacific Ocean as determined by cooperative tagging programs.
Se trata de un total de 133 piezas oseas, con un MNI de 12 especimenes (Tabla 2), pertenecientes al suborden Xiphiodei y a las Familias Xiphiidae e Istiophoridae (Gregory y Conrad 1937; Nakamura 1985).
In the Hawaii commercial longline, troll, and handline fisheries for highly migratory pelagic species, both dolphinfish (mahimahi), Coryphaena hippurus, and wahoo (ono), Acanthocybium solandri, are incidentally caught and are of secondary importance to tunas, Scombridae, and billfishes, Istiophoridae.
SEAMAP 1982-Ichthyoplankton larval distribution and abundance of Engraulidae, Carangidae, Clupeidae, Lutjanidae, Serranidae, Coryphaenidae, Istiophoridae, xiphiidae, and Scombridae in the Gulf of Mexico.
Migration paterns of Istiophoridae in the Pacific Ocean as determined by cooperative tagging program, p.
A review of the tag release and recapture files for Istiophoridae from the Southeast Fisheries Science Center's Cooperative Gamefish Tagging Program.
Approximately 160 whole and partial skeletons of Recent specimens representing seven species of the family Istiophoridae were examined and used for comparisons with the fossil material.
Los peces de las Familias Istiophoridae y Xiphiidae, conocidos vulgarmente como peces de pico, son de gran talla, epipelagicos, habitan preferente mente aguas oceanicas calidas, por encima de la termoclina, y realizan largas migraciones, que en algunos casos superan los 3 000 km.