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Noun1.Belonidae - ferocious fishes of warm regions resembling but unrelated to the freshwater garsBelonidae - ferocious fishes of warm regions resembling but unrelated to the freshwater gars
fish family - any of various families of fish
order Synentognathi, Synentognathi - order of fishes having spineless fins; needlefishes; sauries; flying fishes; halfbeaks
needlefish, gar, billfish - elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws; abundant in coastal waters
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Belonidae species (Needlefishes), spread into wide water bodies (Froese and Pauly, 2019), and some exist in the Mediterranean Sea (Whitehead et al., 1984, Carpenter and De Angelis, 2016).
The family Belonidae includes 32 species in all tropical and temperate seas, a few in freshwater, four species (Belone belone, B.
PR SC GP Belonidae Tylosurus pacificus Pacific aguajon Tylpac x needlefish Carangidae Caranx caninus Pacific crevalle Carcan x jack Oligoplites saurus Leatherjacket Olisau x Carcharhinidae Carcharhinus Blacktip shark Carlim x x x limbatus Scaridae Scarus ghobban Blue-barred Scagho x parrotfish Centropomidae Centropomus viridis White snook Cenvir x Chanidae Chanos chanos Milkfish Chacha x x x Clupeide Opisthonema Galapagos thread Opiber x x x berlangai herring Gerriidae Diapterus peruvianus Peruvian mojarra Diaper x x x Gerres cinereus Yellow fin mojarra Gercin x x x Haemulidae Anisotremus Burrito grunt Aniint x x interruptus Haemulon Greybar grunt Haesex x sexfasciatum Haemulon scudderii Grey grunt Haescu x x x Orthopristis Scalyfin grunt Ortlet x x lethopristis Orthopristis sp.
silagindae 2% soleidae 2% Synbranchidae 2% Mastacembelidae 2% Belonidae 2% Channidae 2% Cyprinidae 21% Siluridae 4% Schilbeidae 9% Pangasidae 2% Bagridae 7% Sisoridae 7% Ariidae 4% Clupeidae 2% Ergraulidae 2% Notopteridae 4% Polynemidae 2% Mugilidae 4% Anabantidas 2% Osphronemidae 4% Ambassidae 4% Nandidae 4% Gobiidaeu 11% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Rivulus urophthalmus (Gunther, 1866) X BELONIFORMES X Belonidae 184.
Los restos identificados de peces con bajos valores del IIR muestran una relativa e intermitente presencia, entre los que destacan especies de las familias Gobiidae, Belonidae, Myctophidae y las especie O.
To study insular variation of the most important prey (belonging to the families Exocoetidae and Belonidae), we applied likelihood ratio tests (G-tests), comparing a certain prey item with the total number of the remaining prey items.
There are about 35 known species of copepod parasites on marine teleost fishes along the Brazilian coast, and their hosts mostly belong to the families Belonidae, Scombridae, Mugilidae and Haemulidae (LUQUE; TAKEMOTO, 1996; TAKEMOTO; LUQUE, 2002; CAVALCANTI et al., 2004).
punctifer Sorubim lima BELONIFORMES Belonidae Strongylura marina CLUPEIFORMES Engraulidae Anchoviella iheringi Anchovia surinamensis Pterengraulis atherinoides CYPRINODONTIFORMES Anablepidae Anableps anableps PERCIFORMES Centropomidae Centropomus parallelus Cichlidae Cichlasoma orientale * Crenicichla sp.
They are also very efficient in cupping in which an incision is made with the sharp tooth of the Cankilla fish (Esox cancila Hamilton, Family: Belonidae) and blood drawn through the incision with the sawed-out tip of a cow horn.
Taxa missing from Phase II but found in Phases III and IV are needlefishes (Belonidae) and mullets (Mugilidae), both which occur at very low frequencies.