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Noun1.Labridae - wrasses
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
Achoerodus, genus Achoerodus - a genus of Labridae
genus Lachnolaimus, Lachnolaimus - a genus of Labridae
genus Halicoeres, Halicoeres - a genus of Labridae
genus Thalassoma, Thalassoma - a genus of Labridae
genus Tautogolabrus, Tautogolabrus - a genus of Labridae
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The tautog (Tautoga onitis) is a species of fish from the family Labridae that ranges from Nova Scotia (Scott and Scott, 1988) to South Carolina (Grimes et al.
According to a statement by the ministry, these are rare species of the fish hailing from a family scientifically known as Labridae or Coris Formosa.
An annotated checklist of the species of the Labroid fish families Labridae and Scaridae.
Discusion: Dica (2002), considera que el genero Labrodon fue creado para incluir todas aquellas formas fosiles desconocidas que teoricamente podrian pertenecer a la familia Labridae.
Labridae, Oplegnathidae, Xiphiorhynchidae), sharks dramatically decreases in diversity and quantity (a few Pristiophorus and odontaspidid teeth) and begin to predominate some sharks (Lamna) and teleosts with species characteristic of colder waters (e.
The term "hog snapper" gets a lot of misuse, but the hogfish is actually a wrasse, with membership in the Labridae family.
Four families (Sparidae, Labridae, Monacanthidae and Platycephalidae) occur widely across Sydney coastal sites (Figure 3, Table 1) and are relatively abundant (by percentage of NISP [number of individual specimens]) at Quadrant, Angophora Reserve, Mount Trefle and Balmoral Beach (Table 2).
Although Jordan only has a coastline of 15 miles at the north end of the Red Sea, it offers fantastic coral reefs, colourful marine life as well as turtles and Napoleon wrasse, the largest living member of the family Labridae, with males reaching lengths of 2 metres.
Regarding distribution of the sampled eggs per family, Engraulidae (89%) family is the dominant family and is followed by Clupeidae (8%), Labridae (1%) followed by other families which are less than 1% (Gadidae, Serranidae, Carangidae, Sparidae, Callionymidae, Mugilidae, Bothidae and Soleidae) (Fig.