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Noun1.Rypticus - a genus of fish of the family Serranidae, including soapfishes
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Serranidae, Serranidae - marine fishes: sea basses; sea perches; groupers; jewfish
soapfish - fishes with slimy mucus-covered skin; found in the warm Atlantic coastal waters of America
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76 macropoma, Diplectrum pacificum, Diplectrum sciurus, Haemulon scudderi, Hippoglossina tetrophthalma, Hyporthodus acanthistius, Hyporthodus niphobles, Isopisthus remifer, Lutjanus guttatus, Micropogonias altipinnis, Micropogonias megalops, Paralabrax maculatofasciatus, Paralichthys aestuarius, Paralichthys californicus, Paralichthys woolmani, Rypticus nigripinnis, Scomberomorus sierra,Synodus lucioceps, Synodus scituliceps, Totoaba macdonaldi, Scomberomorus concolor, Trichiurus nitens, Umbrina roncador.
The species that were exclusive to a single time of the day were generally species showing a low abundance, although a few of these species were more abundant, such as Ctenosciena gracilicirrhus and Rypticus randalli.
Rhypticus maculatus = Rypticus maculatus Holbrook: Whitespotted Soapfish; p.
Ancient divergences and recent connections in two tropical Atlantic reef fishes Epinephelus adscensionis and Rypticus saponaceous (Percoidei: Serranidae).
Porgie (family) Sparidae Oyster toadfish Opsanus tau Mackerel (family) Scombridae Lefteye flounder (family) Bothidae Fish (superclass) Pisces Dusky flounder Syacium papillosum Drum (family) Sciaenidae Cero Scomberomorus regalis Broad flounder Paralichthys squamilentus Atlantic angel shark Squatina dumeril Yellow jack Caranx bartholomaei Whitespotted soapfish Rypticus maculatus Threadtail conger Uroconger syringinus Stingray (genus) Dasyatis sp.
ronchus, Rypticus randalli Courtenay, 1967, Genidens genidens (Cuvier, 1829), Cathorops spixii (Agassiz, 1929) and S.
Out of a total of 73 species that were analyzed, eight species, namely Chilomycterus spinosus, Nebris microps, Ogcocephalus vespertilio, Rypticus randalli, Sphoeroides greeleyi, Sphyraena guachancho, Stellifer sp.
First Bermuda records are documented for 24 species but five others, Carcharodon carcharias, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus, Rypticus subbifrenatus Clepticus parrae and Eleotris pisonis, based on misidentifications, are removed.
tigris, Myripristis jacobus, Prognathodes aculeatus, Pseudopenaeus maculatus, Rypticus saponaceus, Serranus sp.
Hamlets V Hypoplectrus puella Barred hamlet V Serranus tigrinus Harlequin bass V Cephalopholis cruentatus Graysby V Cephalopholis fulvus Coney V P Epinephelus guttatus Red hind V P Epinephelus mystacinus Misty grouper L Mycteroperca rubra Comb grouper D Mycteroperca tigirs Tiger grouper Sn Paranthias furcifer Creolefish V P Rypticus saponaceus Greater soapfish V Malacanthidae Malacanthus plumieri Sand tilefish V P Carangidae Elagatis bipinnulata Rainbow runner P Seriola sp.
In a large paper on the food habits of West Indian reef fishes, Randall (1967) reported that no soapfishes of the genus Rypticus were found in the stomachs of piscivorous fishes.