Cyclopteridae


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Related to Cyclopteridae: lumpfish
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Noun1.Cyclopteridae - lumpfishes
fish family - any of various families of fish
Scorpaenoidea, suborder Scorpaenoidea - mail-cheeked fishes: scorpionfishes; gurnards
Cyclopterus, genus Cyclopterus - type genus of the Cyclopteridae: lumpfishes
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The family Cyclopteridae is represented by about 16 genera and 28 species (Eschmeyer et al., 2017) that inhabit the cold waters of the northern hemisphere (Nelson et al., 2016).
(2010a, 2010b) investigated the ossicles of the Cottidae, Cyclopteridae and Liparidae (Scorpaeniformes) and SEM imaged the taxonomically important tooth plates and gill raker tubercles of these fishes.
The scales and their modifications in pleuronectiforms are easily distinguished from comparable ossicles in teleosts we studied earlier (Cottidae, Cyclopteridae, Liparidae, Gasterosteidae, Syngnathidae), though there are interesting comparisons between the spined and lateralline scales as well as tubercles of pleuronectiforms and cottiforms (cf.
There are 28 species of the cyclopteridae family which derives from the Greek words kyklos meaning "circle" and pteryx meaning "fin".
The final hosts of other species of Neophasis are fishes of the families Cottidae, Cyclopteridae, Zoarcidae, and Gadidae (Bray and Gibson, 1991), and a ll of the above-mentioned families of fishes are present in the Mingan Islands (Thomas and Himmelman, 1988).
A revision of arctic snailfishes of the genus Liparis (Scorpaeniformes: Cyclopteridae).
The present contribution examines, illustrates and describes the tiny dermal ossicles and bony units in the representatives of the related families Cyclopteridae and Liparidae.
Cabezon (j) Scorpeanichthys marmoratus Pacific staghorn Leptocottus armatus sculpin Agonidae Sturgeon poacher (j) Podothecus acipenserinus Cyclopteridae Pacific spiny Eumicrotremus orbis lumpsucker Carangidae Jack mackerel Trachurus symmetricus Bramidae Pacific pomfret Brama japonica Anarhichadidae Wolf-eel (j) Anarrhichthys ocellatus Ammodytidae Pacific sandlance Ammodytes hexapterus Zaprodidae Prowfish (j) Zaprora silenus Scombridae Chub mackerel Scomber japonicus Centrolophidae Medusafish Icichthys lockingtoni Bothidae Sanddabs (j) Citharichthys spp.