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Related to Lutjanidae: Chaetodontidae, Serranidae, Sphyraenidae
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Noun1.Lutjanidae - snappers
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
snapper - any of several large sharp-toothed marine food and sport fishes of the family Lutjanidae of mainly tropical coastal waters
genus Lutjanus, Lutjanus - type genus of the Lutjanidae: snappers
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GOS2 Microgobius MIGU gulosus Microgobius MITH thalussinus Haemulidae Orthopristis ORCH chrysoptera Lutjanidae Lutjanus LUAR argentimaculatus Mugilidae Mugil cephalus MUCE Paralichthyidae Citharichthys CISP spilopterus Paralichthys PALE lethostigma Polynemidae Polydactylus POOC octonemus Pomatomidae Pomatomus POSA saltatrix Sciaenidae Bairdiella BACH chrysoura Cynoscion CYAR arenarius Cynoscion CYNE nebulosus Leiostomus LEXA xanthurus Menlicirrhus MEL1 littoralis Micropogonias MIUN undidatus Pogonias cromis POCR Sciaenops occelatus SCOC Scombridae Scomberomorus SCMA maculatus Sparidae A rchosargus ARPR probatocephalus Lagodon rhomboides LARH Sphyrnidae Sphyrna tiburo SPT1 Stromateidae Peprilus paru PEPA Syngnathidae Syngnathus spp.
The fish were further disaggregated using a 5-year average (1998-2002) catch composition from the artisanal finfish fishery: 35% Lutjanidae, 3% Scomberomorus sierra, 1% Seriola spp.
Some of the species that have been smoked on trial basis include the popular fish species like Caranx, Siganids, Pomadysis and Barracudas, Lethrinidae, Lutjanidae among others with good response from the communities who have shown great preference in taste and acceptability [3].
It is well known that diel changes in species composition occur in reef associated fish populations such as Haemulidae, Lutjanidae, and Apogonidae as a result of inter-habitat movement and foraging (Weinstein and Heck 1979, Nagelkerken et al.
Perciformes (continued) families: Chaetodontidae, Toxotidae, Monodactylidae, Pempheridae, Kyphopsidae, Lutjanidae, Lobotidae, Sparidae, Nandidae, Sciaenidae, Malacanthidae, Cepolidae.
grouper (marine) Lutjanidae snapper (marine) Siluriformes catfish (freshwater) Reptilia reptiles Chelonia turtles (freshwater) Iguanidae iguanas Aves birds Meleagridae turkeys Crax rubra great currasow Mammalia mammals Didelphis marsupialis common opossum Dasypus novemcinctus nine-banded armadillo Sylvilagus sp.
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.