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Noun1.Serranus - type genus of the Serranidae: mostly small Pacific sea basses
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Serranidae, Serranidae - marine fishes: sea basses; sea perches; groupers; jewfish
belted sandfish, Serranus subligarius - found in warm shallow waters of western Atlantic
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Similarly, the mean planktonic larval duration of some serranid fishes of the genera Paralabrax, Epinephelus, and Serranus, for example, ranges between 18 and 33 days (McClean, 1999; Macpherson and Raventos, 2006; Allen and Block, 2012), and 3 species of Paralabrax settle to the bottom as larvae between 9.
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Serranus contrasts the ocular perspicacity of the wise man with the fool who:
Serranus erythrogaster = Epinephelus mono (Valenciennes): Red Grouper; p.
The fish that Mark caught is a belted sand fish, Serranus subligarius, one of the 'dwarf sea basses.
In other study such as Sciaena umbra [34], Sparus auratus, Trigla cuculus, Sardina pilchardus, Mugil cephalus, Atherina hepsetus, Scomberesox saurus [6], Serranus scriba, Epinephelus costae, Cephalopholis nigri and Pseudupenaeus prayensis [28] concentrations of Zn in liver was higher than muscle.
Jack (family) Carangidae Graysby Cephalopholis cruentata Tattler Serranus phoebe Squirrelfishes (family) Holocentridae Rainbow runner Elagatis bipinnulata Black margate Anisotremus surinamensis Bigeye scad Selar crumenophthalmus Bluntnose sixgill shark Hexanchus griseus Red hind Epinephelus guttatus Grouper (genus) Mycteroperca Scorpionfish Scorpaena sp.
frugality you had always been able in the past to appeal to Serranus,
1980), Micropogon undulatus (Eurell and Haensly, 1982), Serranus cabrilla (Gonzalez et al.
Also in evidence in the opening chapter are the virtues that make the book a worthwhile and interesting read: West's willingness to wander from his narrow thesis to include more and less relevant examples and reasoning (in the thirteen pages of the introduction, he moves from Pliny to Thomas Elyot, Plato and his sixteenth-century translator Serranus to the Holocaust Museum and back to Kepler) and his ultimately successful attempt to sustain a comparison that few others have thought to make.
Among serranines, permanent dichromatism has been reported in at least two species, black sea bass, Centropristes striatus, and barred serrano, Serranus psittacinus (Lavenda 1949; Hastings and Petersen 1986).
Serranus Clinton Hastings (1814-1893), California's first chief justice, founded and endowed Hastings College of Law in San Francisco in 1878.