Batrachoididae


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Noun1.Batrachoididae - toadfishesBatrachoididae - toadfishes; related to anglers and batfishes
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Pediculati, Pediculati - anglers and batfishes; spiny-finned marine fishes having pectoral fins at the ends of armlike processes and a long movable spine on the dorsal fin to lure prey to the large mouth
Opsanus tau, toadfish - bottom-dwelling fish having scaleless slimy skin and a broad thick head with a wide mouth
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Table 1 Fish species in which hemoglobin (Hb) polymerization was observed in red blood cells (RBCs) Fish classification N Order: Batrachoidiformes Family: Batrachoididae Atlantic toadfish, 10 Opsanus tau (Linnaeus, 1766) Gulf toadfish, Opsanus 10 beta (Goode & Bean, 1880) Order: Gadiformes Family: Gadidae Atlantic cod, Gadus 30 morhua Linnaeus, 1758 Haddock, Melanogrammus 10 aeglefinus (Linnaeus, 1758) Pollock, Pollachius pollachius 10 (Linnaeus, 1758) Saithe.
Caracterizacion cromosomica del pez sapo Halobatrachus didactylus (Schneider, 1801), (Teleostei: Batrachoididae) mediante hibridacion in situ de fluorescencia.
Noval vocal repertoire and paired swim bladder of the three -spined toad fish, Batrachomoeus trispinosus insights into the diversity of the Batrachoididae. The Journal of Experimantal Biology 212: 1377-1391 (2009).
Molina, "Karyoevolution of the toadfish Thalassophryne nattereri (Batrachoidiformes: Batrachoididae)," Genetics and Molecular Research, vol.
Perulibatrachuskilburni, a new toadfish from East Africa (Teleostei: Batrachoididae).
Common name Family North coast (NC) thresher shark Alopiidae wolf-eel Anarhichadidae sablefish Anoplopomatidae jacksmelt Atherinidae plainfin midshipman Batrachoididae speckled sanddab Bothidae jack mackerel Carangidae blue shark Carcharhinidae medusafish Centrolophidae Pacific sardine Clupeidae Pacific herring Clupeidae Pac.
(Linnaeus, 1758) Batrachoidiformes Batrachoididae Batrachoides CIUA 20 FROESE & PAULY, 2008.
Este grupo incluyo a especies depredadoras de camarones y peces (familias Auchenipteridae, Achiridae, Ariidae, Batrachoididae, Carangidae, Centropomidae, Characidae, Clupeidae, Dasyatidae, Engraulidae y Pimelodidae), a especies detritivoras (familias Curimatidae, Prochilodontidae, Loricariidae y Pimelodidae), a una especie algivora (Myleus sp.) y a una especie zooplanctivora facultativa (H.
Responses of two coral reef toad-fishes (Batrachoididae) to the demise of their primary prey, the sea urchin Diadema antillarum.