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Related to Blenniidae: blenny, Blennioidei
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Noun1.Blenniidae - a family of fish including: combtooth blenniesBlenniidae - a family of fish including: combtooth blennies
fish family - any of various families of fish
Blennioidea, suborder Blennioidea - blennies; butterfishes; gunnels
blenny, combtooth blenny - small usually scaleless fishes with comb-like teeth living about rocky shores; are territorial and live in holes between rocks
Blennius, genus Blennius - type genus of the Blenniidae
genus Scartella, Scartella - a genus of Blenniidae
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Atlantic mackerel Gobiidae goby Blenniidae blenny Tripterygion delaisi black-faced blenny Mugilidae mullet Pleuronectiforme flatfish Pleuronectidae sole Solea sp.
Gobiesocidae, Saccopha ryngiformes, Aulopiformes, Synbranchidae, and Blenniidae, among others) that have also lost the swim bladder but are symmetrical.
The family Cryptacanthodidae has not always been recognized as a distinct family and has at times been placed within the families Stichaeidae, Triglidae, and Blenniidae (Nawojchik 1986).
When the larvae were evaluated, the family Engraulidae was the dominant family (88%) just like in the eggs, and was followed by Clupeidae (4%), Gobiidae (2%), Sparidae (2%) family and other families which were found less than 1% (Myctophidae, Syngnathidae, Merlucciidae, Cepolidae, Carangidae, Callionymidae, Blenniidae, Mugilidae, Bothidae and Soleidae) (Fig.
2002) realizaram um levantamento da fauna de peixes em plataformas de petroleo e observaram grande densidade populacional da especie Hypsoblennius invemar, familia Blenniidae, ocupando conchas vazias de cracas (Megabalanus sp.
Overall, coral reef fish species present a variety of complex spawning systems, but among them two major groups are generally observed: (1) demersal spawners, showing a synchrounous oocyte development and total spawning, represented mainly by species of the families Gobiidae, Blenniidae and Pomacentridae; and (2) pelagic spawners, exhibiting asynchronous oocyte development and spawning in portions, represented by families such as Lutjanidae, Haemulidae, Carangidae, Mullidae, and Gerreidae (Rong-Quen, 2000; Petersen and Warner, 2002).
Unindentified larvae) I Sparisoma axillare (Steindachner, 1878) O Dsctyloscopidae Dactyloscopus tridigitatus Gill, 1859 T Blenniidae Parablennius marmoreus (Poey, 1875) T Scartella cristata (Linnaeus, 1758) PR Unindentified blenniid larvae I Labrisomidae Labrisomus nuchipinnis PR (Quoy & Gaimard, 1824) Malacoctenus delalandei PR (Valenciennes, 1836) Paraclinus arcanus T Guimardes & Bacellar, 2002 Gobiesocidse Gobiesox barbatulus Starks, 1913 O Gobiidse Barbulifer ceuthoecus T (Jordan & Gilbert, 1884) Barbulifer enigmaticus Joyeux, Van Tsssell PR & Macieira, 2009 Bathygobius mystacium Ginsburg, 1947 PR Bathygobius soporator (Valenciennes, 1837) PR Bathygobius sp.
balanorum, this observation represents a significant depth range extension for this specialist and an interesting finding for the Blenniidae, which are characterized by few species reaching depths greater than approximately 25 m (Springer and Smith-Vaniz 1970).
0,24 [+ or -] 0,12 * 0,12 [+ or -] 0,10 Atherinopsidae Atherinella brasiliensis 0,07 [+ or -] 0,05 (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) * 0,04 [+ or -] 0,04 Blenniidae * 0,20 [+ or -] 0,09 Carangidae Oligoplites palometa -- (Cuvier, 1832) * -- Clupeidae * 2,70 [+ or -] l,26 Cynoglossidae Symphurus sp.