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Noun1.Apogon - type genus of the ApogonidaeApogon - type genus of the Apogonidae  
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Apogonidae, family Apogonidae - bright-colored marine fishes that incubate eggs in the mouth
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Beardless barb, Cyclocheilichthys apogon (Valenciennes, 1842) is a freshwater fish of importance as source of low-cost protein in Lower Mekong Region.
The three most dominant species were Cyclocheilichthys apogon (48.2%) and Hampala macrolepidota (11.0%) from the family Cyprinidae and Hemibagrus planiceps (10.8%) from the family Bagridae.
Taxa in the small fish category were cardinalfish (Apogon spp.); damselfish (Chromis spp.); small sea basses (Serranidae), including anthiids (Anthiinae); wrasses (Halichoeres spp.); and parrotfish (Labridae).
The lowest percentage of relative abundance among the species were Moolgarda sp., Doryichthys heterosoma, Exyrias puntang, Clarias batrachus, Sillago sihama, Antennarius sp., Apogon nigrofasciatus, and Sicyopterus extraneus.
Lach-ner (1953) described adult males Fowleria isostigma (Jordan & Sale 1906) with duskier body coloration than females; Garnaud (1950) described males Apogon imberbis (Linnaeus 1758) as a bit smaller and with a deeper darker coloration; Gon & Randall (2003) observed males Ostorhinchus cookii (Macleay 1881) having a wider stripe in the base of the second dorsal fin and Myers (1999) described mature males Cheilodipterus singapurensis Bleeker, 1859 possessing a dark spot around the anus.
Cyclocheilichthys It is a carnivorous species Fimbristylis apogon (17.7 cm) consuming mainly small fish globulosa and aquatic insects.
Dale, "Intraspecific chromosomal variation in Apogon binotatus (Perciformes: Apogonidae) from the Florida Keys and St.
The US National Park Service (NPS) undertook an archaeological assessment of nine vessels in 1989-1990, focusing on the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga, although documentation of the battleships HIJMS Nagato (Japan) and USS Arkansas and the US submarines Pilotfish and Apogon also occurred (Delgado 1996; Delgado et al.
Family Genus/species Feeding Acanthuridae Acanthurus sohal Algae, zooplankton Acanthuridae Naso elegans Brown algae Acanthuridae Naso unicornis Brown algae Acanthuridae Zebrasoma xanthurum Algae Apogonidae Apogon spp.
DA, Tridentiger kuroiwae, Eviota prasina, Entomacrodus striatus, Istiblennius bilitonesis, Lateolabrax japonicus, Apogon semilineatus, Pagrus major, Zoarces elongates, Ammodytes personatus, Trichiurus japonicus, Arctoscopus japonicus, Takifugu niphobles, Rudarius ercodes, and Paralichthys olivaceus) (Hara and Okiyama, 1998; Ishijima et al, 1998).
Hatchery technologies for clown fish, Apogon spp., and sea cucumber, Holothuria scabra, have also been perfected.