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Noun1.Elagatis - a genus of CarangidaeElagatis - a genus of Carangidae    
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Carangidae, family Carangidae - large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas
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First approach to the trophic ecology and diet of the rainbow runner, Elagatis bipinnulata (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825) (Pisces: Carangidae), in the central Colombian Caribbean.
Jack (family) Carangidae Graysby Cephalopholis cruentata Tattler Serranus phoebe Squirrelfishes (family) Holocentridae Rainbow runner Elagatis bipinnulata Black margate Anisotremus surinamensis Bigeye scad Selar crumenophthalmus Bluntnose sixgill shark Hexanchus griseus Red hind Epinephelus guttatus Grouper (genus) Mycteroperca Scorpionfish Scorpaena sp.
Other bony fish species were also frequently caught around the archipelago, such as the wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), the flying fish (Cypselurus cyanopterus) and the rainbow runner (Elagatis bipinnulata).
synagris, Micropogonias furnieri, Stellifer venezuelae, Ocyurus crysurus Cymothoa oestrum Caranx latus, Chloroscombrus crysurus, Elagatis bipinnulata Livoneca redmani Scomberomorus brasiliensis Livoneca sp.
11 (16-30) 1 (20) Elagatis bipinnulata 18 (17-81) 5 (24-43) Selar crumenophthalmus 4 (17-29) Selene setapinnis * 1 (19) Selene vomer Selene sp.
latus), and bar jack (Carangoides ruber) in schools exceeding 1000 fish, in rainbow runner (Elagatis bipinnulata) in schools of up to ~300 fish, and occasionally greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili) in schools numbering ~120 individuals, primarily following during the full-moon and waning moon periods between February and October (Table 1).
Hamlets V Hypoplectrus puella Barred hamlet V Serranus tigrinus Harlequin bass V Cephalopholis cruentatus Graysby V Cephalopholis fulvus Coney V P Epinephelus guttatus Red hind V P Epinephelus mystacinus Misty grouper L Mycteroperca rubra Comb grouper D Mycteroperca tigirs Tiger grouper Sn Paranthias furcifer Creolefish V P Rypticus saponaceus Greater soapfish V Malacanthidae Malacanthus plumieri Sand tilefish V P Carangidae Elagatis bipinnulata Rainbow runner P Seriola sp.
This species is caught along with other species traditionally fished in that area, such as Yellowfin tuna (T albacares Bonnaterre, 1788), Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri Cuvier, 1832), Rainbow runner (Elagatis bipinnulata Quoy e Gaimard, 1825), and Marginated fly-fish (Cheilopogon cyanopterus Valenciennes, 1846) (Lubbock & Edwards 1981, Oliveira et al.
For the artificial fish experiment where rainbow runner (Elagatis bipinnulata) were particularly abundant, I ran separate analyses for A.
Unidentified jack 59 Decapterus macarellus Mackerel scad 60 Elagatis bipinnulata Rainbow runner 61 Oligoplites saurus Leatherjacket 62 Selene vomer Lookdown 63 Seriola dumerili Greater amberjack 64 Seriola rivoliana Almaco jack 65 Trachinotus carolinus Florida pompano 66 Trachinotus falcatus Permit Coryphaenidae, Dolphins 67 Coryphaena equisetis Pompano dolphin 68 Coryphaena hippurus Dolphin Lutjanidae, Snappers 69 Etelis oculatus Queen snapper 70 Lutjanus analis Mutton snapper 71 Lutjanus apodus Schoolmaster 72 Lutjanus buccanella Blackfin snapper 73 Lutjanus campechanus Red snapper 74 Lutjanus cyanopterus Cubera snapper 75 Lutjanus griseus Gray snapper 76 Lutjanus jocu Dog snapper 77 Lutjanus mahogoni Mahogany snapper 78 Lutjanus spp.
albacares, snoek or 'sierra' (Thyrsites atun), and rainbow runner or 'remo' (Elagatis bipinnulata), with approximately 1,870, 1,400, 510 and 480 ton, respectively, over the 1950-2010 time period (Fig.